Ann Friedman

Even Kim Gordon Doesn't Have It All
February 04, 2015

I used to think she did—until I read her memoir.

How the Pill Overcame Impossible Odds And Found a Place in Millions of Women's Purses
October 03, 2014

And they went through hell to get it on the market. 

HBO's 'Silicon Valley' Is a Cynical Show with a Gooey Center
April 04, 2014

Mike Judge's films and shows are comedic versions of “love the sinner, hate the sin,” and “Silicon Valley” is no different. 

Home Ec.
April 11, 2013

DIY culture provides a sense of control in an out-of-control economic environment.

Cupid's Cursor
February 14, 2013

Does online dating make romance more democratic—or does it just invite us to discriminate more precisely?

Hey "Ladies"
January 27, 2013

The evolving way we use the word "Lady" says a lot about feminism in the age of irony.

The Me Meme: How Social Media Works—And Doesn’t
September 24, 2012

Have social media networks ever really been the arbiters of change we think they are?