A new app gives college students the option to only report a sexual assault if someone else is raped by the same person.
It’s time to get beyond the idea that a child has one parent who is more responsible than the other.
If you are just joining me here on the World Wide Web, you might have missed the emotions-and-interruptions-fest that was…
Men, by contrast, market themselves by brandishing their professional bonafides.
From condescending bosses to the perceived illegitimacy of catering and cleaning jobs, a notion of the workplace conceived nearly 100 years ago still influences how Americans interact with their superiors.
Leisure and domestic bliss never seemed to materialize as promised. But over the years people have found ways to break down the standard designs and craft spaces of their own.
In the world of Roland Emmerich’s ahistorical drama, LGBT liberation was not merely started by a “straight-acting” white man—it could only have been started by one.
For a rich country, the U.S. has an unusually high child-poverty rate—and spends unusually little on children and families.
Is it cruel to make products out of tiny glowing ocean creatures?
On social media, admitting effort is taboo.
Hormone therapy is a tangled mess of risks, benefits, and side effects that even doctors have difficulty unraveling.
“It’s good that they’re talking about it,” says Natalie Portman of the controversial term she’s become a symbol of.
Using birth control to eliminate menstruation isn’t unsafe, even if some worry it’s “unnatural.”
After publishing my memoir, I learned firsthand how the simple act of being a woman who writes about sex can lead to vicious shaming from strangers.
Heather Armstrong’s Dooce once drew millions of readers. Her blog’s semi-retirement speaks to the challenges of earning money as an individual blogger today.
A brain-imaging study suggests the hormone might play a role in differences in how men and women speak.
The tennis player is arguably the era’s greatest athlete, but she has fewer endorsements than other less-successful players.
Oxford Dictionaries, the hip, young cousin to the Oxford English Dictionary, announced its newest additions last week. One item in…
Paul Weitz's new film achieves what few movies have before: It assumes that a woman can be old and interesting at the same time.
A look at the grueling training soldiers must complete to receive the coveted black-and-yellow tab.
The drug's controversial approval yesterday comes on the heels of two previous unsuccessful attempts, lingering questions about safety, and uncertainty about whether or not it really works.