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The Cut looked at the downfall of pioneering period-underwear company Thinx.

BBC News noted that even though thrifting seems more popular than ever, it’s hard to find pre-owned clothing businesses that turn a profit.

Harvard Business Review explained what to do when a new boss makes you hate a job you once loved.

The Washington Post (gift link) observed that dating apps have gotten so bad that speed dating has returned.

The Wall Street Journal (gift link) looked at how women are making various decisions about their everyday lives by tracking their menstrual cycles with wearable devices and apps.

The Wall Street Journal (gift link) also listed four relatively low-risk ways to take advantage of higher yields in the face of likely interest rate cuts later this year.

NPR reported that the first over-the-counter birth control pill, Opill, is heading to stores.

BuzzFeed asked three generations to interpret popular emojis and got very different answers. (Let’s just ignore that the writer places “a 57-year-old” and “a late-50s” person in different generations. )

Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “FAQs About Our Extremely Confusing and Unhelpful Sizing Guide.”

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We shared ways to preserve your kids’ artwork.

We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.

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