A new app gives college students the option to only report a sexual assault if someone else is raped by the same person.
“Balance” is a luxury that few will ever attain. There needs to be a way to talk about this problem that captures why it matters for everyone.
Victims of childhood sexual abuse are far more likely to become obese adults. New research shows that early trauma is so damaging that it can disrupt a person’s entire psychology and metabolism.
The country aggressively promotes nursing—in public and at home.
Forty-five years ago, despite some of its members’ biases, the Supreme Court established that gender couldn’t be the deciding factor in most hiring.
Could you raise four children in a homeless shelter without spanking?
An easy, ultimately lacking, way to talk about the messy reality of inequality, discrimination, and corporate culture in America
Attacks on clinics are horrific—and utterly pointless. They don’t deter women from procuring abortions.
Mass-market success often leads critics to dismiss even high-minded novels as overly sentimental.
Managers who believe themselves to be fair and objective judges of ability often overlook women and minorities who are deserving of job offers and pay increases.
Workplaces are (slowly) becoming more equal. Yet many have policies that all but ensure that households will stay stuck in the past.
When it opened in the 1920s, California’s Rockhaven sanitarium took a radically different approach than the other institutions of its time.
Government-run childcare was crucial in enabling women’s employment during World War II, but today the program has largely been forgotten.
Researchers fear DIY pregnancy terminations will become more widespread if clinics continue shutting down.
So far, 2015 has seen a widening of the gender pay gap—the first interruption of a decades-long trend.
She’s waiting for the one, and the one will be a woman.
A new study finds that men who have more stereotypically masculine beliefs are more likely to think energy drinks give them special abilities.
A reader revives the Notes thread on feminism: The reason that a lot of people like myself…
“We started Never Liked It Anyway to make moving on easier. It’s a place to shed the stories and the stuff.”