Callie Schweitzer

Chief content officer @thrive global. Formerly @time, @timeinc. Founder @motto. Love news, tech and pop culture. Proud nerd.

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Callie Schweitzer

2 days ago

"I definitely think that for a silver job women always have to be gold. As a woman I never felt I could wing it. And I was always envious of men who could wing it. I can’t wing it."

Tina Brown Talks Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein and the Future of Media

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Callie Schweitzer

3 days ago

We are turning over incidents that don’t fall into the categories that have been established — a spectrum that runs from Weinstein-level brutality to non-rapey but creepy massages to lurid-but-risible pickup lines — and wondering whether or how any of it relates to actual desire for another person.

We Are All Implicated in the Post-Weinstein Reckoning

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Callie Schweitzer

12 days ago

When a young woman is in a workplace where she feels replaceable, it is particularly dangerous for her to work with someone who is treated as utterly irreplaceable

When You Are Replaceable and He Will Never Be

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Callie Schweitzer

12 days ago

Despite the fact that we have officially entered the age of oversharing—documenting anything and everything on social media from children's births to family deaths—there are still things women are not supposed to feel, and certainly not to openly discuss. Regretting motherhood is the biggest to date.

Inside the Growing Movement of Women Who Wish They'd Never Had Kids

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Callie Schweitzer

14 days ago

Shame, after all, is pain with a twist: It shows us more about the communities we live in and the stories we tell than about ourselves.

Is There Something Odd About Being Single?

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14 days ago

These 3 German Words Sum Up How You Feel About Manafort's Indictment

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14 days ago

Alice + Olivia looks to lure Bumble users looking for first-date outfits

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14 days ago

The $140 productivity app that’s managed my life for the past decade

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14 days ago

CNN Plans to Offer Subscriptions for Digital News Next Year

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15 days ago

This Psychological Term Helps Explain Why We Believe Fake News

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15 days ago

Here's What Political Stress in America Looks Like a Year After the Election

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Callie Schweitzer

17 days ago

Lord & Taylor, WeWork and the Death of Leisure

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Callie Schweitzer

18 days ago

More women die of childbirth-related causes in the US than they do in Iran (20.8), Lebanon (15.3), Turkey (15.8), Puerto Rico (15.1), China (17.7), and many more.

What’s killing America’s new mothers?

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Callie Schweitzer

20 days ago

Weinstein was a gatekeeper who could give actresses a career that would sustain their lives and the livelihood of their families. He could also give them fame, which is one of few ways for women to gain some semblance of power and voice inside a patriarchal world. They knew it. He knew it. Weinstein could also ensure that these women would never work again if they humiliated him. That’s not just artistic or emotional exile—that’s also economic exile.

Harvey Weinstein and the Economics of Consent

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Callie Schweitzer

20 days ago

It is a rich irony, perhaps lost on Wieseltier, that the history of America has been one of wholly mediocre white men wielding unearned influence, often building their power by stoking resentments against non–white men via belittlement, vilification, and derision.

Our National Narratives Are Still Being Shaped by Lecherous, Powerful Men

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Callie Schweitzer

20 days ago

We routinely underestimate what it means that our political system has been constructed and interpreted by men, that our expectations for politicians have been set by generations of male politicians and shaped by generations of male pundits

Political journalism has been profoundly shaped by men like Leon Wieseltier and Mark Halperin

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Callie Schweitzer

21 days ago

This is "the beginning of a big moment,” says Kantor. “And that's really inspiring to us, as mothers, because we want our daughters to know they can stand up to bullies and fight for what's right."

How These Two Women Finally Exposed Harvey Weinstein

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Callie Schweitzer

22 days ago

But his behavior affected me; it undermined my ability to do my job well. He treated me like a sex object. He made me feel like less of a journalist, that I was a nobody, that my thoughts mattered less than my body. He took advantage of my anxieties and amplified them at a vulnerable moment in my career.

Me Too, I Think? When Sexual Harassment Feels All Too Normal

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Callie Schweitzer

23 days ago

How we date online is about to change. The future is brutal and we’re halfway there.

The Future of Online Dating Is Unsexy and Brutally Effective

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Callie Schweitzer

23 days ago

Really interesting take

What’s Apple Up To?

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Callie Schweitzer

24 days ago

By 2036, the amount of people who report having no religion could be the largest “religious” group in the U.S.

Americans are Getting Less Religious

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24 days ago

meaningful

Publishers might have to start paying Facebook if they want anyone to see their stories

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Callie Schweitzer

29 days ago

How Lawyers Protect the Harvey Weinstein in Your Workplace

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Callie Schweitzer

30 days ago

It’s clear because the cultural malfunction that allows Allen to feel comfortable issuing that statement is the same malfunction that gave us Allen and Weinstein in the first place: the smothering, delusional, galactic entitlement of powerful men.

Yes, This Is a Witch Hunt. I’m a Witch and I’m Hunting You.

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Callie Schweitzer

30 days ago

Red, Yellow, Green: Bringing Personal Check-Ins to the Office

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30 days ago

The Matchmaker Who Flirts on Dating Apps for You

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Callie Schweitzer

30 days ago

Barbaro serves, in effect, as the voice of the Times’ readers — more curious about the why and how than the what and when, seeking the deeper story behind the headline. Barbaro maintains both his and the Times’ journalistic cred, but shortens the distance between it and us. He’s managed to reveal a new kind of Times in ways that have surprised not just him, but hundreds in the Times newsroom as well.

Newsonomics : The Daily’s Michael Barbaro on becoming a personality, learning to focus, and Maggie Haberman’s singing

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Callie Schweitzer

30 days ago

I never talked about these things publicly because, as a woman, it has always felt like I may as well have been talking about the weather. Stories like these have never been taken seriously. Women are shamed, told they are uptight, nasty, bitter, can’t take a joke, are too sensitive. And the men? Well, if they’re lucky, they might get elected President.

All the Other Harvey Weinsteins

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

The 1 Rule You Need to Follow to Get Way More Done

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31 days ago

My Life as an Unhappy Overachiever

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

But it’s hard not to consider the circumstances, the years, the risks, and the work put in by so many to convince so many others to be able to come forward, and the fact that perhaps only a weakening of Weinstein’s grip permitted his expensive self-crafted armor to finally be pierced.

Why the Harvey Weinstein Sexual-Harassment Allegations Didn’t Come Out Until Now

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

Tomorrow, perhaps, the rise of that U-curve will come for us at last.

The New Midlife Crisis for Women

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie and Others Say Weinstein Harassed Them

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31 days ago

The beat reporter behind BuzzFeed’s blockbuster alt-right investigation

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

The Times Issues Social Media Guidelines for the Newsroom

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

Knowing when to step away from work is an actual skill, and in the long run, it’ll keep your mind fresh and creative.

Rosa Heyman, Social Media and Video Strategy at Marie Claire

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

How The New York Times, BuzzFeed and others stack up in video

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31 days ago

Facing Down the Network That Protected Harvey Weinstein

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31 days ago

How Top NBC Executives Quashed The Bombshell Harvey Weinstein Story

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

Whether it’s Donald Trump or Roger Ailes, Harvey Weinstein or the myriad “devils in pussy hats,” the message remains: We trust men at our own peril.

Here's Why So Many Women Knew The Rumors About Harvey Weinstein

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Callie Schweitzer

31 days ago

So true

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Is One of TV’s Richest Ongoing Achievements

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31 days ago

I let Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson run my life for a week

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Callie Schweitzer

32 days ago

Facing Down the Network That Protected Harvey Weinstein

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Callie Schweitzer

33 days ago

The Weinstein Break

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36 days ago

Harvey Weinstein and I at The Hotel Du Cap

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Callie Schweitzer

37 days ago

A Legendary Harvard Professor On How to Craft Goals You’ll Actually Achieve

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Callie Schweitzer

38 days ago

“Isn’t it comforting to put yourself in a box that others occupy as well? Doesn’t that assure us of our normalcy?

Whatever Happened to Just Being Type A?

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Callie Schweitzer

42 days ago

She was the rare feminist, possibly the only feminist, with an unabashed commitment to male supremacy.

How Cosmopolitan’s Helen Gurley Brown taught women to prize skinniness above all else

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Callie Schweitzer

43 days ago

Getting networked is worse than being put in the friend zone. At least in the friend zone you’re being used for your personality. When you get networked, you’re being used for your job.

Stop Trying to Network On Dating Apps, You Goons!

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Callie Schweitzer

43 days ago

“We’re hoping we can show you storytelling that proves that Them is about all of us.”

BoF Exclusive | Condé Nast To Launch New LGBTQ Media Brand

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