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After a quarter-century in the spotlight, Chelsea Clinton has never told us who she is. That could change Thursday night.

July 28 2016 5:55 AMHow Does It Feel?Slate staffers sort out their complicated emotions around Hillary Clinton’s history-making nomination.
July 25 2016 7:00 PMThe Bag of Rocks We Lug AroundWhy one longtime Slate writer misses the feminist exuberance around Hillary Clinton’s 2008 run.
July 18 2016 12:16 PM“This Boob Is a Good Boob”Is a kid who’s “old enough to ask for it” too old to breast-feed?
July 6 2016 10:15 AMThe Tampon as Rainbow-Breathing UnicornCo-working spaces offer endless freebies—beer on tap, catered breakfasts, massages. Why can’t they provide menstrual products?
June 23 2016 10:45 AMFifty Shades of ShameCan we let up on the scrutiny of women who enjoy reading erotica?
June 16 2016 9:30 AM“Scary and Absurd”A dangerous pregnancy, a mother of four, and the real-life impact of North Carolina’s abortion restrictions.
June 10 2016 11:22 AMLove, and Do What You WillAmy Rose Spiegel writes a sex advice book for a progressive generation.
June 7 2016 11:21 AMWhose Side Are You on? The Johnny Depp–Amber Heard split is creating some strange media bedfellows.
May 17 2016 11:11 AMLouder Than TrollsLindy West’s Shrill skewers sexism, fat-shaming, period stigma, and more.
May 13 2016 7:29 AM“When They Say No, People Won’t Listen”How anti-trans conservatives turn left-wing rhetoric to their advantage.
May 11 2016 12:13 PMAre You a Boy or a Girl?It starts with a gender-reveal celebration, and it culminates at the door of a bathroom in North Carolina. 
April 28 2016 10:00 AMToward a New Theory of the Bad Dad and HusbandAnd a new history of the women whose names and work will never be known.
April 7 2016 9:15 AMConfirmation BiasHow “Women for Judge Thomas” turned into a conservative powerhouse.
April 4 2016 1:52 PMHow “She Just Wants Attention” Became America’s Hottest Sexist InsultThe diabolical potency of a misogynist stereotype.
April 1 2016 5:58 AMWake Up and Smell the CoffeeDon’t be fooled by the scary reports that drinking caffeine before conception causes miscarriages.
July 26 2016 10:48 AM1971 All Over AgainHillary Clinton’s family-friendly policy proposals would need bipartisan support. It’s happened before.
July 18 2016 3:07 PM“It’s All Me”A new memoir portrays the high pressure, loneliness, and constant uncertainty of life as a military wife.
July 7 2016 9:00 AM100 Percent Positive NewsHow Closer magazine creates analog clickbait for celebrity-obsessed older women.
June 30 2016 9:00 AMI Stopped Dieting and Started BudgetingAnd now I can’t stop.
June 21 2016 12:20 PMA Second Look at the Second WaveIt’s fashionable to critique the myopia of 1970s feminists. But it’s also wrong.
June 15 2016 9:15 AM“I’m Not for Everyone”A conversation with comic Tig Notaro.
June 7 2016 3:21 PMWhat’s Wrong With the Brock Turner SentenceIt reveals our broken system for punishing sexual assault.
May 17 2016 2:06 PMHow Brands Get the Most Out of TrollsWhen bigoted weirdos attack progressive ad campaigns, everybody wins.
May 13 2016 12:58 PMWhy Hillary Should Pick Elizabeth Warren for VeepIt would instantly revitalize Clinton’s long slog of a campaign.
May 12 2016 5:55 AMThe Athleisure of UnmentionablesSlate asked lingerie experts about bralettes, the newest trend in undergarments.
May 6 2016 1:45 PM“We’ll Have a Completely Sexless Society”How bathrooms became the new battleground of the religious right.
April 18 2016 9:01 AMThere’s No Good Reason for an “Independent Study”And if your professor suggests one, run the other way. 
April 5 2016 5:45 AMA Workplace, an Ashram, or a Cult?Inside the sexual harassment lawsuit against Jivamukti Yoga.
April 4 2016 12:15 PMBirth Is Not Performance ArtA conversation with Amy Tuteur—the Skeptical OB—about the overreach of the natural childbirth movement.
March 28 2016 9:59 AMMisguided GeniusA new tool wants to annotate everything on the Internet. But at what cost?

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