Writer and activist Feminista Jones talks about street harassment against black women and the #YouOKsis campaign.
The dull sexual document of our age becomes a lot more interesting once Beyoncé's involved.
The stereotype that only men want to read superhero stories is wrong—but just how wrong?
Jason Aldean and Ludacris, Florida Georgia Line and Nelly, and on and on: a conversation with sociologist Tressie McMillan Cottom on the recent wave of cross-genre party music.
A scholar of gender studies on reconciling feminism with the reality of gender bias against men
He didn't invent rock and roll. He didn't steal it from black people, either. What did he do?
The victims of the prison system the Netflix show satirizes are overwhelmingly male. Leaving them out reinforces old stereotypes that hurt both genders.
Internet speech is protected under the First Amendment, for better and worse.
Barry Posen's new book calls for a radical rethinking of U.S. foreign policy.
From Frederick Douglass and John Stuart Mill to today's scholars, there are plenty of men who, despite their flaws, have helped advance women's liberation.
Comics tend to lose their charm when turned into films, and no comics character has more charm to lose than Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's nutso 1960s superhero.
Taking cues from family and media, young boys teach their peers how to perform masculinity, to their detriment.
To use just one example, Stacey Donovan's Dive neatly dismantles the argument that fiction for teens can't also be serious, messy, thought-provoking literature.
Misogyny affects people of every gender.
Jonathan Demme's Caged Heat, 40 this year, showed the radical political potential—and, yes, sexually exploitative side—of the women-in-prison genre.
The Great Greene Heist, the target of a campaign to promote kids' books with non-white heroes, isn't a great work of art. But neither was The Hunger Games.
He videotaped misogynistic rants about women before killing himself and at least six others at UCSB. But his hatred of femininity is tangled with hatred of other men—and himself.
Wesleyan's president thinks students question their readings too much. Which raises a few questions ...
By condemning the pop star, both Bill O'Reilly and bell hooks profit off her body while ignoring her art.
Haters have a point: Lucas's movies are shoddily made. But that's part of why they're great.