35 Best Scary Movies on Netflix in 2020

We can’t imagine anything scarier than running out of scary movies on Netflix (the horror!). But thankfully, that’s pretty much impossible because the streaming service is stacked with our favorite titles, many of which are frightening AF. Just in time for the spooky season, am I right?

From campy cult classics like Sleepy Hollow to hidden gems like Gerald’s Game, there’s something for every horror genre lover here. Many of these films will actually make you feel like you’re in a haunted house. As much as we’d love to go to a real one right now, coronavirus restrictions make that prospect a little iffy. So these scary movies on Netflix are the next best thing.

Here are the freakiest, most disturbing horror movies on Netflix right now. Start streaming and start screaming. And when you’re done, we’ve got recs for even more Halloween movies and TV shows, as well as the scariest movies of all time, you can check out.

13 Best Nursing & Pumping Bras for Breastfeeding in 2020

If you’re thinking of breastfeeding, you’ll need 1) a lot of patience and 2) the essentials—starting with the best nursing bras. Aside from accommodating your ever-changing breasts, a supportive and comfortable nursing bra can help provide easy access, catch leaking breast milk, and just help you feel more like yourself. 

Whether you’re nursing your first or your third baby, breastfeeding is anything but easy, or comfortable. But there are plenty of regular and plus-size options—moisture-wicking sports bras that you can pull down, lace bralettes with detachable nursing clips, and T-shirt bras with removable pads, to name a few—that can help you (and your boobs) make the transition.

We know too much choice can be overwhelming, especially if all of it is new to you. So we went to women who’ve been there—13 moms (slash designers, bloggers, podcast hosts, and chefs)—to find out which brands and bra styles worked best for them during breastfeeding. (They also shared their favorite maternity underwear in case you’re looking for other intimate upgrades.) 

Ahead, shop the 13 best maternity and nursing bras—and in the meantime, learn more about what to look for in nursing bras, when exactly to buy them, and how they can make life much easier for breastfeeding mamas.

Why should I buy a nursing bra?

If you’re thinking about breastfeeding, it’s important to have a bra that fits well, protects you from potential leakage, and allows for easy nursing access. New York-based doula and Motherfigure advisor Robin Douthit, explains that a good nursing bra has twofold appeal: It can provide support “[when] breasts become heavier from colostrum (baby’s first milk), increased blood volume, and breast tissue plump with increased body fluids” as well as easy access to your boobs.

What are the benefits of wearing a nursing bra?

“There are so many different benefits you can get from wearing a nursing bra,” the experts at Hatch tell Glamour. For starters, they explain, you’ll be able to breastfeed without having to entirely take off your bra, because most lingerie for nursing moms come with unique features you won’t typically find in non-maternity styles. Think wire-free racerbacks, extra hook and eye closures, adjustable straps, space for extra nursing pads, clip-down cups (or drop-down cups), and seamless, soft fabrics you can easily pull aside.  

Having the freedom to whip out a breast at a moment’s notice to feed a baby is obviously very important, but so is remembering that your breast size will change throughout the day as you build up and release milk supply. Hatch’s experts also point out that buying a bra that can stretch without losing shape is key to accommodate those fluctuations.

What’s up with pumping bras? 

Not every parent has the ability to nurse a tiny human from their breasts around the clock, and pumping bras can be a great solution for lactating mothers who like to keep extra breast milk on deck. They differ from nursing bras in that pumping bras are “designed to accommodate the pumps themselves with inserts or flaps that you can place, hold in, and pump hands-free,” the experts at Hatch say.

Most pumping bras resemble tight bandeaus with slits at the nipples where you insert the breast pumps, so unless you buy a convertible bra, you may need to alternate between your nursing and pumping bras. What pumping bras may lack in style (except if your Rachel McAdams), they make up in convenience by freeing your hands to do other things, like text, type, or take selfies with your little one. 

What to look for in a nursing bra…

Like pretty much everything in this world, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer to what nursing bra will (or won’t) work for you. That said, there are a few things women should consider when shopping for nursing bras. 

  1. Comfort: The appeal of a nursing bra is first and foremost, comfort. Unlike maternity bras and regular bras where you concentrate on support, ob-gyn and pH-D Feminine Health adviser Ruth Arumala, D.O., says you’ll want to be at ease for long periods of time in your nursing bra. Think of it this way: if it’s good enough for napping, it’s definitely good enough for nursing.

  2. Padding: Next up is padding, which Arumala says can help absorb any leaking breast milk. A long-line bralette with foam cups or a strapless nursing bra with molded cups that unhook in front are both solid options if you want to feel free but also supported.

  3. Bra extenders: The number of hooks is also key, Arumala says, “which can expand the bra size to accommodate your breasts as they grow.” Bra extenders, which can give your bra band a few extra inches (and yourself some wiggle room), can help you avoid having to purchase another bra if your cup size stays the same.

  4. Breathable fabric: Pregnant and lactating mamas can experience hot flashes due to fluctuating hormones, so Douthit recommends keeping an eye out for breathable, natural materials like cotton to help you stay cool (and be more gentle on sensitive nipples).

  5. Wireless bras: It all depends on what feels good to you, but most women prefer wireless over underwire nursing bras. Douthit warns underwire “can pinch or compress breast tissue and possibly cause a clogged milk duct or even worse, mastitis (breast infection).” 

  6. Alternative bra styles: A.k.a sports bras and nighttime bras. Arumala specifically vouches for nighttime bras (or nursing sleep bras), which can absorb leaky breast milk while you snooze, and be easily pulled aside for feeding thanks to the soft, stretchy fabric. Board-certified perinatal RN, Tanya Singleton, also recommends considering styles that are supportive and flexible for daytime use, like a spandex sports bra with wide shoulder straps that won’t dig into the shoulders.

When should you buy a nursing bra? 

While nursing tank tops or bras can be purchased during various stages of pregnancy, Singleton suggests holding off on buying a nursing bra until the very end to get an accurate sense of your new cup sizes and band sizes. “Breasts change so much in the first two to six weeks after birth [and] what’s comfortable during pregnancy might not be during that early transition,” she explains. 

Douthit echoes this sentiment, and says that “fit is everything.” She too recommends waiting to add to a nursing bra to cart until the mature milk has come in and your breasts have reached their most “swollen-with-milk-size.” With that, read up on 13 recommended nursing bras from the women who swear by them.

13 Best Nursing and Pumping Bras for Breastfeeding in 2020

If you’re thinking of breastfeeding, you’ll need (1) a lot of patience and (2) the essentials—starting with the best nursing bras. Aside from accommodating your ever-changing breasts, a supportive and comfortable nursing bra can help provide easy access, catch leaking breast milk, and just help you feel more like yourself. 

Whether you’re nursing your first baby or your third, breastfeeding is anything but easy—or comfortable. But there are plenty of regular and plus-size options—moisture-wicking sports bras that you can pull down, lace bralettes with detachable nursing clips, and T-shirt bras with removable pads, to name a few—that can help you (and your boobs) make the transition.

We know too much choice can be overwhelming, especially if all of it is new to you. So we went to women who have been there—13 moms (slash designers, bloggers, podcast hosts, and chefs)—to find out which brands and bra styles worked best for them during breastfeeding. (They also shared their favorite maternity underwear in case you’re looking for other intimate upgrades.) 

Ahead, shop the 13 best maternity and nursing bras—and in the meantime, learn more about what to look for in nursing bras, when exactly to buy them, and how they can make life much easier for breastfeeding mamas.

Why should I buy a nursing bra?

If you’re thinking about breastfeeding, it’s important to have a bra that fits well, protects you from potential leakage, and allows for easy nursing access. New York—based doula and Motherfigure advisor Robin Douthit, explains that a good nursing bra has twofold appeal: It can provide support “[when] breasts become heavier from colostrum (baby’s first milk), increased blood volume, and breast tissue plump with increased body fluids” as well as easy access to your boobs.

What are the benefits of wearing a nursing bra?

“There are so many different benefits you can get from wearing a nursing bra,” the experts at Hatch tell Glamour. For starters, they explain, you’ll be able to breastfeed without having to entirely take off your bra, because most lingerie pieces for nursing moms come with unique features you won’t typically find in nonmaternity styles. Think wire-free racerbacks, extra hook and eye closures, adjustable straps, space for extra nursing pads, clip-down cups (or drop-down cups), and soft seamless fabrics you can easily pull aside.  

Having the freedom to whip out a breast at a moment’s notice to feed a baby is obviously very important, but so is remembering that your breast size will change throughout the day as you build up and release milk supply. Hatch’s experts also point out that buying a bra that can stretch without losing shape is key to accommodate those fluctuations.

What’s up with pumping bras? 

Not every parent has the ability to nurse a tiny human from their breasts around the clock, and pumping bras can be a great solution for lactating mothers who like to keep extra breast milk on deck. They differ from nursing bras in that pumping bras are “designed to accommodate the pumps themselves with inserts or flaps that you can place, hold in, and pump hands-free,” the experts at Hatch say.

Most pumping bras resemble tight bandeaus with slits at the nipples where you insert the breast pumps, so unless you buy a convertible bra, you may need to alternate between your nursing and pumping bras. What pumping bras may lack in style (except if your Rachel McAdams), they make up in convenience by freeing your hands to do other things, like text, type, or take selfies with your little one. 

What to look for in a nursing bra…

Like pretty much everything in this world, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer to what nursing bra will (or won’t) work for you. That said, there are a few things women should consider when shopping for nursing bras. 

  1. Comfort: The appeal of a nursing bra is first and foremost comfort. Unlike with maternity bras and regular bras where you concentrate on support, ob-gyn and PH-D Feminine Health adviser Ruth Arumala, D.O., says you’ll want to be at ease for long periods of time in your nursing bra. Think of it this way: If it’s good enough for napping, it’s definitely good enough for nursing.

  2. Padding: Next up is padding, which Arumala says can help absorb any leaking breast milk. A long-line bralette with foam cups or a strapless nursing bra with molded cups that unhook in front are both solid options if you want to feel free but also supported.

  3. Bra extenders: The number of hooks is also key, Arumala says, “which can expand the bra size to accommodate your breasts as they grow.” Bra extenders, which can give your bra band a few extra inches (and yourself some wiggle room), can help you avoid having to purchase another bra if your cup size stays the same.

  4. Breathable fabric: Pregnant and lactating mamas can experience hot flashes due to fluctuating hormones, so Douthit recommends keeping an eye out for breathable, natural materials like cotton to help you stay cool (and be more gentle on sensitive nipples).

  5. Wireless bras: It all depends on what feels good to you, but most women prefer wireless over underwire nursing bras. Douthit warns underwire “can pinch or compress breast tissue and possibly cause a clogged milk duct or even worse, mastitis [breast infection].”

  6. Alternative bra styles: A.k.a sports bras and nighttime bras. Arumala specifically vouches for nighttime bras (or nursing sleep bras), which can absorb leaky breast milk while you snooze and be easily pulled aside for feeding thanks to the soft, stretchy fabric. Board-certified perinatal R.N. Tanya Singleton also recommends considering styles that are supportive and flexible for daytime use, like a spandex sports bra with wide shoulder straps that won’t dig into the shoulders.

When should you buy a nursing bra? 

While nursing tank tops or bras can be purchased during various stages of pregnancy, Singleton suggests holding off on buying a nursing bra until the very end to get an accurate sense of your new cup sizes and band sizes. “Breasts change so much in the first two to six weeks after birth [and] what’s comfortable during pregnancy might not be during that early transition,” she explains. 

Douthit echoes this sentiment and says that “fit is everything.” She too recommends waiting to add to a nursing bra to cart until the mature milk has come in and your breasts have reached their most “swollen-with-milk size.” With that, read up on 13 recommended nursing bras from the women who swear by them.

All I Wanna Do…Is Listen to Sheryl Crow Talk About Feminism, Aging, and Motherhood

Sheryl Crow calls me from Nashville at 8:30 on a Wednesday morning. By the time we talk, she has already gotten her boys—10 and 13—ready for school, completed drop off, and done a TV interview about her new music. 

“That is the reality of my life,” she says. “I can make a record between school drop off and school pickup.” 

The singer-songwriter has ten studio albums and nine Grammys. She’s very publicly survived cancer and lived out love stories—and their conclusions—under the paparazzi’s relentless focus. She’s sold over 50 million records worldwide with songs that sound like a sun-drenched road trip with your best friend. She’s written a Bond song, performed with the Rolling Stones and Stevie Nicks, and had her songs covered by artists as vast as Johnny Cash to Haim. Her lyrics cut effortlessly, the way an ex can devastate you with a single observation. In August, country star Tim McGraw released “Sheryl Crow,” a ballad that likens life-changing love to the feeling of hearing a Sheryl Crow song.

But in her own mind, she’s “an older person—a single working mom.” Nothing fancy. The 58-year-old is not “an older person” at all, of course, but carving out a place as a woman determined to have a long career in an industry that treats humans like they come with sell-by-dates is a unique path without many role models. Despite all her hits and accolades, Crow has been excluded from the mostly boys’ club of Great Artists. (She has not been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.) And when she hears herself on the radio now, she says, it’s on the classic rock channel.

“By the time you’re 40, you’re not getting played on pop radio anymore because you’re too old,” she says. And that’s okay. “I would be happy for a 13-year-old to enjoy my music, but I’m not writing for 13-year-olds.” 

Crow, whose style has always been a kind of sly, independent swagger, isn’t in the habit of changing herself to please. “I had to decide early on if I was going to alienate myself early on by speaking my truth and not be invited to the party,” she says. It was worth it, of course. But no one likes to miss a party.

But this is a woman who has worked in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. Her first job in the arts was as a public school music teacher in Missouri. She doesn’t give up easily. Crow spent this summer re-reworking her song “Woman in the White House.” Released in 2012, the lyrics, “After 230-something years of waiting / It’s way past overdue” are depressingly just as relevant as they were almost a decade ago. Not deterred, she remade the song for 2020 with a thrumming electric guitar and a driving, decisive beat. 

And she added a new song: a pop-rock, anti-fascist banger called “In The End.” It begins with a classic Sheryl Crow takedown: “His words are a trap while his loyal band of thugs/Cover up all his many transgressions,” she sings, her voice sounding, always, like tires on a classic convertible making skid marks on the Pacific Coast Highway.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Work Out Routine

This story originally was published in 2017. In light of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death in September 2020, it has been updated and republished.

In 1999, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was recovering from cancer. Her late husband urged her to find a personal trainer, and she found me. She was determined as all get-out, and we started building a regimen. After several months of our twice-weekly workouts, her bone density began to increase. 

Her doctor told me: “I’m not sure what you’re doing, but keep doing it.” And keep doing it we have. We work out twice a week, usually in the gym at the Supreme Court. Sometimes we chat, but mostly we just get to it. We listen to PBS NewsHour, and she gives it her all. For example, she’s graduated from doing push-ups against a wall, to doing them on her knees, to full-on standard push-ups. Justice Ginsberg is T.A.N. (tough as nails). 

Try our routine, which you’ll see here, yourself: All you need is a resistance band. Warm up by jogging or marching in place for five minutes. 

(Adapted from The RBG Workout: How She Stays Strong and You Can Too, by Bryant Johnson, illustrated by Patrick Welsh.)

How Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik Are Reportedly Doing at Home With Their New Daughter

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik are the proud new parents of a baby girl whose arrival they announced on social media earlier this week. Now, we’re getting more reported details about how the family is doing. 

“Our baby girl is here, healthy & beautiful,” Malik tweeted. “To try put into words how i am feeling right now would be an impossible task. The love i feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding.Grateful to know her, proud to call her mine, & thankful for the life we will have together x” 

Hadid added, “Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she’s already changed our world. So in love🥺💕”

E! News reports, per a source, “Everything went smoothly [with the birth] and she is recovering at her penthouse.”

Gigi is on a high and can’t believe they created an angel. She’s truly so in love and has had many emotional moments while holding her baby girl,” the source also tells the outlet

Meanwhile, it sounds like the new dad is over the moon too. “Zayn was very emotional when their baby girl was born. It was an emotional and special moment for him,” the source continued. “He expressed that he is forever changed and would never disappoint her or Gigi. He wants to be the best father possible and is so excited.”

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik have also had lots of loved ones around to help. “Their families have been at Gigi’s place making sure she is fed and resting,” the source reveals to E! News, adding everyone is “obsessed and in love” with the new baby. Hadid’s mom, Yolanda, has reportedly been a great source of support for the couple. “Yolanda has been super helpful with the baby already and has been up helping throughout the night,” the source said. “She is planning on staying with them for a while and they all want to head back to the farm at some point.”

This all sounds very blissful and sweet. Now, we just await the Zigi baby’s name and a photo of her surely adorable face. 

Why Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich Reportedly Broke Up

Demi Lovato and her fiancé, Max Ehrich, have reportedly broken up just two months after getting engaged, and new details are starting to emerge about what went wrong in the relationship. 

“It was a tough decision, but Demi and Max have decided to go their separate ways to focus on their respective careers,” a source initially said to People on September 24. “They have respect and love for one another and will always cherish the time they spent together.”

But it’s reportedly a bit more complicated.

Demi and Max were basically together 24/7 for months,” a source tells People in a new report. “They lived in a bubble with zero stress, and everything was just fun. Now they are both working and are on separate coasts.”

“Max shot up in fame, and it’s been hard,” another source added. “He got wrapped up in [Hollywood].”

E! News reports there may have been some trust issues. “There were many red flags she was ignoring and trying to turn a blind eye to,” a source said, with another person adding that Lovato “doesn’t trust him and thinks he’s sketchy.” Apparently, things “started going downhill” after Ehrich went to Atlanta to film a new project. “They were arguing a lot and Demi didn’t want him to go without her,” the first source tells E!. 

“There has been a lot of tension and Demi left him to get a clear head,” the first source continued.

This is all very sad, especially considering how happy Lovato sounded when the couple got engaged in July. “I knew I loved you the moment I met you,” she wrote on Instagram. “It was something I can’t describe to anyone who hasn’t experienced it firsthand but luckily you did too.. I’ve never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life (other than my parents) flaws and all. You never pressure me to be anything other than myself. And you make me want to be the best version of myself. I’m honored to accept your hand in marriage. I love you more than a caption could express but I’m ecstatic to start a family and life with you. I love you forever my baby. My partner. Here’s to our future!!!!”

Here’s hoping Demi Lovato is doing okay and this is all for the best. 

Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich Have Reportedly Split

Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich have reportedly split, sources tell People

“It was a tough decision, but Demi and Max have decided to go their separate ways to focus on their respective careers,” a source tells the publication. “They have respect and love for one another and will always cherish the time they spent together.”

It’s been a whirlwind relationship. The couple only started dating a few months ago and announced their engagement over the summer. 

“When I was a little girl, my birth dad always called me his ‘little partner’ – something that might’ve sounded strange without his southern cowboy like accent,” Lovato originally wrote about the couple’s engagement. “To me it made perfect sense. And today that word makes perfect sense again but today I’m officially going to be someone else’s partner.”

She continued, “@maxehrich – I knew I loved you the moment I met you.
It was something I can’t describe to anyone who hasn’t experienced it firsthand but luckily you did too.. I’ve never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life (other than my parents) flaws and all. You never pressure me to be anything other than myself. And you make me want to be the best version of myself. I’m honored to accept your hand in marriage. I love you more than a caption could express but I’m ecstatic to start a family and life with you. I love you forever my baby. My partner. Here’s to our future!!!!”

The couple faced some bumps along the way, namely when alleged old tweets Ehrich wrote about Selena Gomez surfaced. Demi Lovato slammed the tweets at the time, dubbing them “fake.”

“It’s really sad when people FAKE images to put women against each other,” she wrote on Instagram Stories. “If women have conflict that’s between them NOT YOU.”

This story is still developing. We’ll update this post with more information. 

139 Best Celebrity Halloween Costumes to Inspire Your Own Spooky Look

Celebrity Halloween costumes are always a highlight of the spooky season, because you can always count on the stars to pull out all the stops when it comes to dressing up. Need proof? Just take a look back at the very extra celebrity Halloween costumes over the years, from Kim Kardashian West and Jonathan Cheban (who did a next-level take on Sonny and Cher) to Cardi B. And let’s not forget the Halloween Queen herself, Heidi Klum, who each year somehow tops her costume from the one before.

There are other standout celebs, like Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, who never disappoint. Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, meanwhile, are starting to become perennial favorites. (Their Gomez and Morticia Addams look? Incredible!)

Whatever the celebrity Halloween costume idea, stars are always taking their spooky themes to new heights. Here are the most epic (and in some cases, most over-the-top) celebrity Halloween costumes of all time. We can’t wait to see what celebrity Halloween costumes hit our Instagram feeds this year.

139 Best Celebrity Halloween Costumes to Inspire Your Own Spooky Look

Celebrity Halloween costumes are always a highlight of the spooky season, because you can always count on the stars to pull out all the stops when it comes to dressing up. Need proof? Just take a look back at the very extra celebrity Halloween costumes over the years, from Kim Kardashian West and Jonathan Cheban (who did a next-level take on Sonny and Cher) to Cardi B. And let’s not forget the Halloween Queen herself, Heidi Klum, who each year somehow tops her costume from the one before.

There are other standout celebs, like Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, who never disappoint. Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, meanwhile, are starting to become perennial favorites. (Their Gomez and Morticia Addams look? Incredible!)

Whatever the celebrity Halloween costume idea, stars are always taking their spooky themes to new heights. Here are the most epic (and in some cases, most over-the-top) celebrity Halloween costumes of all time. We can’t wait to see what celebrity Halloween costumes hit our Instagram feeds this year.