In NBC's Peter Pan Live!, Allison Williams continues the long history of women playing the boy—or "boi"—who never grew up.
An electrically charged fabric makes for a quick-dissolving delivery vessel for drugs that kill HIV.
The social network is trying to balance openness and the prevention of abuse.
How limiting male representation, rather than creating a floor for female participation, might shake up government
Of course men can be raped. And of course performance art isn't the issue here.
Released in 1981, Softporn was controversial, cheesy, and earnest to a fault. It also presaged today's ongoing debates about who computers and games are for.
Ironically, the socially conservative pro-life movement has made its peace with unwed parenthood as an alternative to abortion.
A new leader at the American Museum of Natural History talks about motherhood, goals, and having fun in your career.
Even though the burden of cultural expectation still generally falls on mothers, fathers now spend almost five more hours on childcare each week than they did in 1965.
Hungary's "You can do something about it, you can do something against it" campaign blames women for inviting sexual violence.
Would serial offenders have a harder time if more men and women felt personally responsible for stopping them?
Does race influence whether girls pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math?
The comedian thinks people should have "the integrity not to ask" about the allegations against him. The institution apparently agrees.
Around 30 percent of rape victims suffer from PTSD. Now, some are adapting the four-legged treatment used by military veterans to ease their trauma.
Why Millennial women will make more than their mothers, but less than their brothers
Digital norms are making the culture wars worse.
Movies like The Hunger Games imagine society's present problems getting worse—except for sexism and racism, which magically disappear in the future.
Declining to seriously reckon with the rape allegations against him is reckless. And I was once reckless.
Stone Butch Blues was a gateway for me to understanding love, gender expression, and my girlfriend. It should be up there with the classic coming-of-age novels.
The gynecological device may have an ethically fraught history, but it's hard to improve on the design.