The ethics of looking away
At a time when same-sex marriage and gay equality are on the march, a new poll of LGBT Americans shows women lagging in several disheartening respects.
Consumers say they want to shop ethically, but how many of them actually do?
The radical feminist movement struggles to survive in France.
One epicenter is South Carolina, where all 46 counties have at least one animal shelter—and only 18 have domestic abuse shelters.
And dads, a study finds, are typically granted more leeway than moms.
Playing accessory to an awards-show nominee is an inherently awkward task. Add in society's gender expectations, and it gets more so.
A new study challenges previous conclusions about how parenthood changes politics.
Safety has always been a huge barrier to entry for cabbies, but the ride-finding app's features seem to reduce the risk of a driver being victimized.
As it considers revising its rules, the company must decide which users it really values.
Surprisingly, this effect was strongest for technology-oriented projects.
For the last six decades, presidents have treated the treasurer position as a low-risk, high-visibility job that promotes the appearance of diversity while rewarding a loyal supporter.
When both mom and dad have jobs, the cultural default is that mom will be the one to take the day off and stay at home.
This summer, a flock of tech companies released numbers on the diversity of their employees. But others have been doing it for years, and little has changed.
Our word-fumbles offer subtle clues about our personalities and intentions.
The field is nearly two-thirds female. Is it because of a lack of better options—or is it, in fact, the best possible option?
How sexism contributes to the cycle of violence between Israelis and Palestinians
The college is about to welcome its most diverse incoming class. But its social scene is still dominated by highly exclusive all-male groups.
It's not just macho Bible thumpers who treasure their Second Amendment rights.