Juanita Broaddrick’s Rape Allegations Are Credible. Her Attacks on Hillary Clinton Are Not.Least credible of all? Trump’s likely use of Broaddrick to argue that he’s the anti-rape candidate.
“My School Punished Me”A high school student accused a classmate of sexual assault. Her school suspended her.
A Cinematic Flood of PleasureI was obsessed with Intervention. Now I know I was looking in a mirror at my own love addiction.
How Does It Feel?Slate staffers sort out their complicated emotions around Hillary Clinton’s history-making nomination.
The Bag of Rocks We Lug AroundWhy one longtime Slate writer misses the feminist exuberance around Hillary Clinton’s 2008 run.
The Tampon as Rainbow-Breathing UnicornCo-working spaces offer endless freebies—beer on tap, catered breakfasts, massages. Why can’t they provide menstrual products?
“Scary and Absurd”A dangerous pregnancy, a mother of four, and the real-life impact of North Carolina’s abortion restrictions.
Fear, Anxiety, and Depression in the Age of TrumpTherapists and their patients are struggling to cope amid the national nervous breakdown that is the 2016 election.
Why Isn’t It a Bigger Deal That Trump Is Being Advised by Sadistic Pervert Roger Ailes?A vicious misogynist and workplace predator is working with the Republican presidential nominee. This is not normal.
Flight RiskAirlines are surprisingly ill-equipped to handle accusations of sexual assault on their planes.
The Myth of the 19th AmendmentIt didn’t establish universal women’s suffrage. It was one important step along a very long path.
Still UnwrittenAfter a quarter-century in the spotlight, Chelsea Clinton has never told us who she is. That could change Thursday night.
1971 All Over AgainHillary Clinton’s family-friendly policy proposals would need bipartisan support. It’s happened before.
“It’s All Me”A new memoir portrays the high pressure, loneliness, and constant uncertainty of life as a military wife.
100 Percent Positive NewsHow Closer magazine creates analog clickbait for celebrity-obsessed older women.
A Second Look at the Second WaveIt’s fashionable to critique the myopia of 1970s feminists. But it’s also wrong.
What’s Wrong With the Brock Turner SentenceIt reveals our broken system for punishing sexual assault.
How Brands Get the Most Out of TrollsWhen bigoted weirdos attack progressive ad campaigns, everybody wins.