Most of the rest of the world has it. Why doesn’t America?
She's stylish and sassy and, it seems, "breaking through plastic ceilings."
Why has the state taken so long to catch up in its sexuality morality laws?
A problematic argument for getting married
A conversation with Megan Abbott, whose new novel, The Fever, chronicles a hysteria outbreak at a modern high school.
A new study finds adolescent girls and boys are equally likely to sext, but girls face harsher repercussions from their peers.
Women without college degrees who have children in wedlock are now the exception, not the rule, a new analysis shows.
Dads reflect on the unexpected moments that defined them as parents.
Karen DeCrow served as president of the National Organization for Women, but she often broke with feminist orthodoxy.
A new report looks at the devastating lengths single moms go to when they have neither employment nor cash assistance.
From Frederick Douglass and John Stuart Mill to today's scholars, there are plenty of men who, despite their flaws, have helped advance women's liberation.
He doesn't quite look like a superstar, but talent, unconventional features, and the power of the Internet have made him into one.
Fathers who get involved in their kids' education have a big effect on the health, academic success, and happiness of their sons and daughters.
A dangerous misunderstanding of sexual assault
Both fans and skeptics of Nashville need to hear her excellent new album, Platinum.
Taking cues from family and media, young boys teach their peers how to perform masculinity, to their detriment.
Misogyny affects people of every gender.
There are more dads taking care of their kids now, but most are at home because they have few other options.
Female college graduates earn less than their male counterparts.
Mark Joseph Stern and Matthew Schmitz debate gay rights and religious liberty.