MSNBC Author Emma Gray
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Emma Gray

Emma Gray, a freelance journalist focused on the intersection of gender, culture and politics, is the author of "A Girl's Guide to Joining the Resistance." She is a co-host of the Webby Award-nominated podcast "Here to Make Friends." She spent the last 10 years as a senior reporter and editor at HuffPost.

Emma Gray, a freelance journalist focused on the intersection of gender, culture and politics, is the author of "A Girl's Guide to Joining the Resistance." She is a co-host of the Webby Award-nominated podcast "Here to Make Friends." She spent the last 10 years as a senior reporter and editor at HuffPost.

Latest from Emma Gray

5d ago

The 'Bad Art Friend' group chat drama is too real

What shame would we each carry if our own private, catty correspondences were made public?
25d ago

Amazon's 'LulaRich' perfectly explains the demise of the girl boss

Even as girl bosses have gone out of vogue in elite feminist circles, LulaRoe has hung on tightly to its #bossbabes.
39d ago

Monica Lewinsky gets her say in 'American Crime Story: Impeachment'

'American Crime Story: Impeachment' tells Monica Lewinsky's story and puts us on trial.
57d ago

'Jeopardy!' host Mike Richards is exactly who you think he is

Frankly, I’m tired of these men taking up useful space in our collective brains.
87d ago

This Norwegian beach handball bikini debacle is absurdly archaic

In sports, rules are supposed to make sure that there is as much parity among competitors as possible. The width of a bikini band has no bearing on these terms.
107d ago

Bill Cosby's out of jail. That doesn't make him innocent.

Take all that rage you feel and use it to change the system that couldn’t bring 60 women justice.
112d ago

Britney Spears' testimony validated #FreeBritney — and condemned the 2000s

This is a potentially horrifying legal failing, but it’s also a collective societal one.
128d ago

'Bachelorette' Katie Thurston didn't need Chris Harrison. And neither do we.

If a reality show can’t keep up or evolve with the culture it’s anchored in, then the only inevitable conclusion is that it will end up relegated to the footnotes of TV history.
136d ago

In HBO's 'Mare of Easttown,' Kate Winslet show us the pain and power of caretaking

HBO’s "Mare of Easttown" gives us a healthy dose of the reality of female friendship, motherhood, and intergenerational trauma.
155d ago

Are Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez dating again? Honestly, the answer isn't even important.

As we re-emerge from our year of isolation, who can blame us for being drawn to the fantasy of turning back the clock?
164d ago

Blake Bailey upheld Philip Roth's legacy in the worst way

A best-selling biography of a misogynist, written by an alleged abuser, is almost too apt a metaphor.