The soothing instructor is the only thing getting me through all this.
In her 70s, she’s as eager as ever for sex and adventure.
My night in with Vin Armani
What do we talk about when we talk about love? How hard and boring it is to be faithful.
How the new gender economics has more and more professional-class women looking at their mates and thinking: How long until I vote you off the island?
Why caring for my aging father has me wishing he would die
Are menopausal women mad, bad, and dangerous? Yes—but they’re really just returning to normal.
The national convulsion over Amy Chua’s parenting has lead people to hate or fear mothers like me. They should feel sorry for us instead.
How to survive—and even thrive—in the new age of austerity
A new crop of books suggests that for women, obsession with real estate is replacing obsession with love and marriage.
The author is ending her marriage. Isn’t it time you did the same?
A new status anxiety is infecting affluent hipdom
A clutch of books suggests they can’t rule like men. But there are other ways to run the world.
The fruits of the feminist revolution? Sisterhood, empowerment, and eight hours a day in a cubicle
How a pushy, Type A mother stopped reading Jonathan Kozol and learned to love the public schools
Women prefer food to sex with their husbands—and that’s OK.
Hey! Leave those kids alone!
A story of American women in financial jeopardy
One woman’s conscientious objection to the “mommy wars”