March 21 2016 9:08 AMBeyond MarriageThe fourth season of House of Cards is a fascinating portrait of polyamory.
March 16 2016 4:40 PMOverheard at YaleYale’s history-making basketball team is at the center of a campus debate over free speech and sexual assault.
March 14 2016 1:58 PMIvanka Trump Makes Donald Even Scarier She is gracious, capable, and not crazy. What is she doing helping her father?  
March 8 2016 7:30 AMWhen Cool Turns CreepyIn stories of classroom sexual harassment, popular teachers are often the perpetrators.
Feb. 26 2016 1:04 PMDonald Trump’s Planned Parenthood HeresyHe gets away with it because he’s so good at making his supporters feel exonerated.
Feb. 23 2016 8:00 AMNot Just TexasAnti-abortion TRAP laws affect women in big progressive cities, too.
Feb. 19 2016 10:15 AMA Vote for Bernie Is a Feminist ActWhy young women overwhelmingly support Sanders over Clinton.
Feb. 16 2016 2:27 PMWomen Who Wear Pants: Still Somehow ControversialJust ask a flight attendant. Or Hillary Clinton.
Feb. 13 2016 6:01 PMThe Kink-a-natorFind out which sex fantasies you and your partner share.
Feb. 10 2016 2:22 PM“Formation” Exploits New Orleans’ TraumaBeyoncé’s blockbuster video isn’t advocacy. It’s appropriation.
Feb. 9 2016 9:51 AMLaws to Protect Women Often Do Just the OppositeTexas’ draconian abortion laws are rooted in a distressing history.
Feb. 5 2016 3:46 PMIs Catcalling Ever OK?Sofia Vergara never wants men to stop wolf-whistling her. She’s not alone.
Feb. 3 2016 4:17 PMShould Women Be Required to Register for the Draft?They can serve with valor in combat roles, but feminists have clashed on the issue.
Jan. 28 2016 11:48 AMWhat Should Be the Fate of a Spare Frozen Embryo?There’s one good answer, but anti-abortion activists won’t like it.
Jan. 21 2016 1:07 PMShopping at Whole Foods in an Open-Carry StateIt’s a little less stressful than it used to be, thanks to a few moms in Charlottesville, Virginia.
March 17 2016 3:00 PMLong Road AheadA volunteer group in Texas is trying its best to drive around TRAP laws. 
March 15 2016 12:55 PMTesting Title IXPaul Nungesser’s Columbia case is the most recent attempt to turn the law from accuser to accused in cases of sexual assault.
March 9 2016 1:50 PMGet Home SafeHow much sexual assault is happening on ride-hailing services like Uber?
March 1 2016 5:16 PMChoosing Their ChoiceRebecca Traister’s All the Single Ladies, reviewed.
Feb. 24 2016 5:15 AMOpen SecretsThe social media–obsessed teens of Nancy Jo Sales’ American Girls never quite come into focus.
Feb. 22 2016 10:16 PMThe Kesha–Dr. Luke Court Battle: A Comprehensive GuideEverything you wanted to know about an ugly, complicated case.
Feb. 17 2016 3:37 PMWant Viagra? You’ll Need a Rectal Exam First.Deep thoughts on a delightful, feminist, and probably unhelpful legislative trend.
Feb. 15 2016 5:00 PMIs a Surrogate a Mother?A battle over triplets raises difficult questions about the ethics of the surrogacy industry and the meaning of parenthood.
Feb. 10 2016 4:51 PMHard ChoicesI used to hate Hillary. Now I’m voting for her.
Feb. 9 2016 10:39 AMCracking Down on Anti-Vaxxers May Be Easier Than We ThoughtCompulsory vaccination laws may soon become the rule, not the exception.
Feb. 8 2016 4:56 PMFeminism’s Generation GapGloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright are the latest to expose the divide.
Feb. 3 2016 5:11 PMOne Weird Trick to Bernie Sanders’ SuccessHe’s not a woman.
Feb. 2 2016 2:39 PMUnequal PartnershipWe both have jobs. Why am I the one who remembers the preschool snack?
Jan. 25 2016 5:52 PMThe Instagram Hoax That Became an Art-World SensationHow one savvy artist found a new format for an age-old line of feminist critique.
Jan. 19 2016 12:52 PMBrandeis Students Are Lobbying to Get Their Professor on the Tenure TrackIt should work. Here’s why it likely won’t.