Why Are There No Female Sheldon Adelsons?
July 23, 2014
The real reasons for the absence of free-spending women political donors.
I Don't Care If You Like It
July 16, 2014
Women are tired of being judged by the Esquire metric.
How web culture learned to celebrate powerful female politicians.
Paid Family Leave in America Is a Disgrace
July 01, 2014
The state of family leave in this country is abysmal. But we are making progress.
For the very first time, there are four Democratic women who could plausibly run for president—and three of them are disqualifying themselves, on behalf of Hillary.
The Lonely Life of an Outlaw's Daughter
June 25, 2014
Maria Venegas’s debut book is a stunning mash-up of genres and themes—part personal memoir, part non-fiction account of a father’s violent life as a gun-slinging criminal.
Sure, it's carefully packaged and unsurprising. But Hard Choices is also, like Clinton herself, workmanlike and funnyish.
The Slenderman Stabbing Shows Girls Will Be Girls, Too
June 04, 2014
We need to move beyond the (hetero)sexual framework we’ve come to accept as the defining norm of adolescence.
Let's reboot it, tweak it, and teach it to BOTH genders.
And so did her hiring, as well as most other parts of her tenure. Why we always ask the wrong question about sexism.