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The award show I’d actually watch would be 1,000 times better than the Oscars. Baby Yoda would be in the front row.

No Bad Men would win awards, and whenever one was so much as alluded to, Tom Hanks would be there to soften the blow

From chipper tour guides to unanswered texts, welcome to a haunted house inspired by my actual fears

Highly specific terrors await

The shared Uber, the family dinner, the awkward party: If everyday scenarios were escape rooms, how many could you successfully beat?

A humorous take on real-life escape rooms

Meet Worrier Girl: A superhero defined by impostor syndrome

Marvel at her ability to feel like a fraud at absolutely everything she does

The 13.7 billion-year history of #feminists

We go back to the dinosaurs, and look ahead to a big win coming in 3020

Listen, the only people who enjoy looking at vacation photos are the people who took them

I’ve never seen one I didn’t ‘like’ resentfully and out of spite

Being funny at work can hurt women, new study shows

In a setting where you don’t know your audience, women may want to roll out the jokes cautiously

Texting with Amanda Seales: Black culture, safe spaces and sisterhood

We caught up with the ‘Insecure’ actress ahead of this year’s Bentzen Ball comedy festival

Chatting with Phoebe Robinson: Feminism, reality TV and Michelle Obama

We caught up with the co-creator of ‘2 Dope Queens’ ahead of this year’s Bentzen Ball comedy festival

Texting with Michelle Buteau: Dramedies, rosé and overcoming shyness

We caught up with the host of ‘Late Night Whenever’ ahead of this year’s Bentzen Ball comedy festival