For the first time in 50 years, the rich are buying more free time.
Instead of rigid rules, educators need the freedom to finesse delicate questions about young students’ gender identity.
The ACLU’s Chase Strangio draws the connection between the global antidemocratic movement and rising anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and violence in the U.S.
Netflix’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover updates the book’s treatment of sex, presenting the act as not just an erotic force, but a miraculous one.
303 Creative v. Elenis isn’t about LGBTQ rights, as many people believe it to be, but about what constitutes speech.
Rich and poor women had completely different experiences.
When women in the profession face mistreatment, everyone suffers.
A quiet movement that began in the 1920s didn’t disappear—it just went underground.
“There’s no reason to feel guilty about falling short of an ideal masculinity that has been repeatedly revealed to be less than ideal,” one reader writes.
If horror-film monsters mirror society’s deepest anxieties, embracing them draws attention to who or what is deemed worthy of fear.
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Are protests over Mahsa Amini’s death heralding a new Iranian revolution?
Schools should tell children to be themselves. But some districts say too much—and mistake progressive dogma for established fact.
Why boys should start school a year later than girls
I remember thinking it was exceptional. In retrospect, it’s heartbreaking.
Sophie Gilbert on intimacy, Game of Thrones, American Pie, and more
A new memoir on the unfinished sexual revolution explores the difficulty of enacting one’s political beliefs in intimate spaces.
Public-health officials don’t need to tiptoe around how monkeypox is currently being transmitted.
In her 1963 novel, The Wall, Marlen Haushofer offered a character who has agency and a desire to make the world and herself anew.
Romance novels celebrate female pleasure and aspiration.