National Review Wages a Lonely War on the "War on Women"
September 23, 2013
Last year, to counter the notion that the GOP was waging a "war on women," National Review ran a piece titled "The War on Men," by editor-at-large Kathryn Jean Lopez, who wrote, "I am deeply offended by what is being said about men," and went on to c
What Bustle's Funding Really Shows Us
September 16, 2013
What does it look like when you mix up journalism and the tech-world ethos? That's a question that's been asked a lot lately, when Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post (and when Chris Hughes bought this magazine).
Harvard Business School and the Problem of Social Capital
September 09, 2013
Will helping women get better grades in business school actually help them do better in the real world of business?
Meet the New Anti-Adoption Movement
September 01, 2013
For a long time, Claudia Corrigan D’Arcy thought of herself as an adoption success story. Pregnant at 18 from an affair with her boss, she denied the pregnancy until her coworkers began to notice.
In mid-2001, Johana Cece, a woman in her early twenties, fled her hometown of Korçë, a small city near Albania’s Greek border.
I Know What Chelsea Manning is Going Through
August 28, 2013
I know what Chelsea Manning is going through.
He Is Not Bradley Manning. She Is Chelsea Manning. Deal With It.
August 22, 2013
Bradley Manning, the Army private sentenced Wednesday to 35 years in prison for leaking government files to WikiLeaks, announced Thursday in a statement to NBC's "Today" that he is, as of now, a she:
Don't Be Seduced By This French Author's Argument Against Sex
August 07, 2013
In The Art of Sleeping Alone: Why One French Woman Gave Up Sex, the journalist and editor Sophie Fontanell ... well, the title says it all. The book has been somewhat of a sensation in Europe, and it has now been excerpted in The New York Times.
Beit Shemesh never sleeps.
Please, Pinterest, Stop Telling Me How to Repurpose Mason Jars
August 04, 2013
Nouveau domesticity isn't just anti-feminist.