Dec. 10 2013 2:39 PMHow to Talk to Republican CongressmenA guide for women.
Dec. 3 2013 8:15 AMInto the WoodsAmerican kids don’t know how to explore. Maybe what they need is forest kindergarten.   
Nov. 21 2013 11:28 PMHow Jackie MournedWith poise and elegance, Jacqueline Kennedy helped America grieve. She also showed us the reality of death.
Nov. 20 2013 6:45 AMStop JuicingIt’s not healthy, it’s not virtuous, and it makes you seem like a jerk.
Nov. 18 2013 2:13 PMLessing Is MoreLessing was right to deny that The Golden Notebook was a feminist masterpiece.
Nov. 13 2013 3:42 PMFinally!Anti-choice activists have been gunning hard to outlaw abortion. Today, the Democrats pushed back.
Nov. 8 2013 9:15 AMLife Is a Series of DeadlinesFor the first time in 15 years, I got off the clock.
Nov. 5 2013 11:15 AMThe Upside of InfidelityCan an affair save your marriage?
Oct. 31 2013 7:15 AMWhy First-Born Kids Do Better in SchoolParents focus on disciplining their first children, and then … they give up. 
Oct. 24 2013 4:41 PMWhy Do We Insist That Only One Woman Can Run for Office at Any Given Time?
Oct. 22 2013 5:42 PM“Were You the One Who Did the Entry for Cunnilingus?”A conversation with Book of Jezebel editor Anna Holmes.
Oct. 17 2013 12:06 PMDon’t Be a CreepLessons from the latest terrible, sad, fascinating scandal in the science blogging world.
Oct. 10 2013 5:24 PMToo Much HappinessAlice Munro's Nobel Prize win moved me in unexpected ways.
Oct. 8 2013 8:08 AMEscape From New YorkLeaving the city was a great life decision. Guess where I ended up.
Oct. 3 2013 5:47 AMWhat Do You Call the Person You Are Probably Never Going to Marry?Your fiancé.
Dec. 3 2013 2:21 PMThe PISA PuzzleThe lessons of the big test for our school reform movement aren’t as simple as they might seem.
Nov. 25 2013 8:15 AMWhat Happens When Great Teachers Get $20,000 to Work in Low-Income Schools?Results.
Nov. 20 2013 11:43 PMSelfies Are Good for GirlsThink of all those photos they post of themselves as tiny bursts of pride.
Nov. 19 2013 11:19 AMWe’ve Been Measuring Rape All WrongThe Justice Department survey that tracks instances of sexual assault has been vastly undercounting.
Nov. 13 2013 11:52 PMMeat Is the First Thing to GoWhat it’s like to have your food stamps cut.
Nov. 9 2013 11:30 PMHana's StoryAn adoptee's tragic fate, and how it could happen again.
Nov. 6 2013 4:07 PMWhen It’s Your Kid in the Locker RoomWhat parents and coaches can learn from the NFL bullying scandal.
Nov. 1 2013 4:13 PMThe Fight to Criminalize Early-Term AbortionsNew rulings in Texas and Oklahoma could challenge the last remnant of Roe v. Wade.
Oct. 29 2013 11:26 AMIndia’s Man ProblemIn a country rife with sexual assault, too many “good men” look the other way.
Oct. 24 2013 11:26 AMLadies’ ChoiceVoter ID laws might suppress the votes of women. Republican women.
Oct. 21 2013 11:55 PMAxes of EvilWhat happens when a grown woman wears Axe fragrance for an entire week?
Oct. 15 2013 11:55 PMCollege Women: Stop Getting DrunkIt’s closely associated with sexual assault. And yet we’re reluctant to tell women to stop doing it.
Oct. 10 2013 5:07 PMWhy Are Male Marsupials Dying From Sex?Because the women in their lives can't get enough.
Oct. 4 2013 8:48 AMDoubleX Gabfest: The “What the Heck Is Dry Shampoo?” EditionListen to Slate’s show about how the government shutdown affects women, fall TV, and what BuzzFeed thinks about women in their 30s.
Oct. 1 2013 11:22 AMInterview From the “Chick Lit Dungeon”Elizabeth Gilbert on Happiness Jars, Jonathan Franzen, and the most patronizing word.