Scientists are coming to a consensus that men in America and Europe are experiencing a worsening decrease in fertility. They disagree, however, about why.
The “Red Pill” community online frequently appropriates ancient classic literature as justification for their beliefs.
Rebecca Traister's Good and Mad touches on a key point about female rage: It's more palatable when it’s framed as a maternal instinct.
A conversation with the writer Nicole Chung on a complicated question for adopted people: Who are my ‘real parents’?
Parties. Binge drinking. Sex. Beach Week is a beloved high-school tradition across the East Coast—but where are all the adults?
What’s black and white and read all over? This article, hopefully.
Thousands of North Carolina residents are still displaced after Hurricane Florence, but research suggests evacuees who stay with family or friends are less likely to develop PTSD symptoms.
For many parents, ensuring that the kids are out of harm’s way is only half the battle.
A favorite anecdote about the origins of the vibrator is probably a myth.
Abstaining from the breadwinner role offers fathers an opportunity to redefine manhood for themselves.
Five hundred twenty-eight kids are still in U.S. government custody.
The CDC found that reported cases of three STDs hit an all-time high in 2017, suggesting that while sexual activity is decreasing in the U.S., it’s getting riskier.
In an age where such tragedies are increasingly common, a shared blueprint is emerging.
Unhyphenated double surnames used to be somewhat rare, but the desire to be searchable online is bringing them back.
Four Atlantic staffers discuss the film’s particular power, and the movie moments they’re still thinking about.
Making a baby “the old-fashioned way” is a two-person job, but many apps aimed at heterosexual couples assign all the work of getting pregnant to women.
Physicians have long dismissed or downplayed women's sexual- and reproductive-health concerns—but in 2018, stories about "health-care gaslighting" are consistently breaking through to the mainstream.
Conservatives and liberals, feminists and anti-abortion activists have teamed up to advocate for pregnant women’s rights in the workplace—but their reasoning is very different.
An immigration lawyer outlines the logistical challenges of family reunification, and why some detainees still face uncertain futures.
The documentary Far From the Tree argues against holding parents responsible for their kids’ cognitive or mental-health struggles.