This week, for the show’s 20th anniversary, Jezebel took over with Sex and the City Week as a dedication to all the Carries, Samanthas, Mirandas and Charlottes out there. This all culminated in Kelly Faircloth’s “Historians Will Be Studying Sex and the City Long After We’re Gone.”

Splinter also published a deep-dive report on a #MeToo story at the University of Texas, “In Academia, Professors Coming On to You Is on the Syllabus.”

Luke Winkie covered “The Struggle Over Gamers Who Use Mods To Create Racist Alternate Histories” for Kotaku.

Gizmodo’s new investigative podcast “The Gateway” released its second episode, Part 2: Origins diving into Teal Swan’s dark past, which you can listen to here.

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Sadly, we also recognize we lost two greats this week. Julianne Escobedo Shepherd reflected on the life and death of fashion designer Kate Spade, and Kevin Pang wrote his own touching remembrance of Anthony Bourdain.

Our team also published a lot of other important and compelling journalism. Below is a round-up of some of the best stories published across the Kinja network during the past week.

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And we leave you with this cautionary tale: