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Kathleen Walsh

Kathleen has been writing about entertainment, politics, and gender for over six years. Her op-eds and reported work have been published in outlets such as New York Times, The Cut, Cosmopolitan, and Marie Claire, among others. Kathleen also has experience as an editor, managing the TV vertical at Bustle Digital Group's Romper. Over the course of her freelance career, Kathleen has built a niche covering the intersection of pop culture, relationships, and emotional abuse, in addition to political analysis and celebrity news coverage.
Her involvement in Britney’s conservatorship has been called a betrayal. But what if Jamie Lynn was a victim of her family’s abuse, too?
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Nothing says “doing me” like an uninhibited — unclothed and unretouched — photo shoot.
Kendall Roy and his hashtag resistance is the perfect example of a certain kind of guy — and the end of them.
The teen sobbed on the stand at his own trial, pulling a page out of the Brett Kavanaugh playbook — and I hate it.
Talking about their mental health: Good.
Is there anything more intimidating than a popular high school girl with a smirk?
What to know about the lieutenant governor who will be the first female governor of New York.
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He served two years after being found guilty of sexual assault.
What to know about the lieutenant governor who will be the first female governor of New York.
He served two years after being found guilty of sexual assault.
When a diagnosis feels both validating and like an undeserved free pass for your “flaws.”
The latest allegations against Gov. Cuomo show kissing is an often overlooked form of sexual assault.
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FKA Twigs has a point — it's the abusers who should have to explain themselves.
Claudia Conway’s accusations against her mother have opened discussions about the many forms child abuse can take.
To me, Love, Actually, is perfect.
Our collective thirst for AOC and Jon Ossoff is a welcome side-effect of 2020.
You can have it all — that is, if you conform to the patriarchal definition of "all."
Here's where Georgia and other swing states stand as the votes roll in.
It's possible to critique — and even mock— her words and ideas without relying on sexist tropes.
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Yes or no: Should the Squad run every congressional hearing? (The answer is "yes.")
Claudia Conway is the tip of the iceberg.
The parallels are so specific it's hard to imagine they were not drawn intentionally.
With drama this gripping the cast may seem like paid actors — but they usually aren't paid at all.