And how teachers can respond
Susan Patton's argument that college women should be looking for husbands doesn't square with the reality of today's marriages.
An interview with the filmmakers who put Edith Windsor in the national spotlight
Back in the 1920s, the jewelry industry made a botched attempt to market pre-wedding bling for men. But with today's egalitarian marriages, the time may be right for another try.
Admit it: You don't want to go out tonight, specifically. You're doing it because you're expected to, and that's making you resentful.
Yes, she behaved badly. But under the circumstances, how many people would've managed better? And how is it relevant to the job she may seek?
Traditional matrimony—he brings home the bacon, she cooks it—is dying. But college-educated couples are pointing toward a new model with children at the heart of the union.
According to the data, at least
The attack on Republicans worked in 2012, and Democrats will use it again in 2016. Will their frontrunner's husband weaken its efficacy?
A course at Northwestern University teaches students about what makes a healthy relationship.
Women are a fast-growing portion of the incarcerated population. In New York, a new yoga program focused on prenatal care is fostering courage, control, and mental health among inmates.
Women are more likely to have mental health diagnoses, more likely to be unable to afford healthcare, and more likely to experience healthcare-related "marriage lock."
"Woman" is the most commonly searched term on Getty. The agency is trying to use that fact as a force for good.
It doesn't matter whether the NFL wants to accept an openly gay player like Missouri defensive end Michael Sam. He's arrived, and the league will have to adjust accordingly.
When an alleged victim of abuse tells her story to the world, it's not any more virtuous to ignore the controversy than it is to take a side.
One human-resources expert says it's hard to imagine how company structured like AOL could ever pay $2 million for two pregnancies gone wrong.
The Pulitzer Prize winner and former U.S. poet laureate, who died today at age 88, revealed to The Atlantic in 1992 and 2002 the ways education had influenced her work.
Vacuums of reliable information and sexism in popular culture can have serious consequences for women's health.
Forced to give up her child for adoption as a teenager, the woman who inspired the Oscar-nominated film starring Judi Dench talks about forgiveness and keeping her faith.
Workers with kids are just as productive as those without, according to a new study.