Fidel Castro Put Gay Men in Labor Camps. His Niece Mariela Is Leading Cuba’s LGBTQ Revolution.
Getting the Women’s March on Washington on the RoadAfter the election, a hastily made Facebook event attracted the passion of thousands. Now, seasoned organizers are trying to turn it into something real.
This Frozen Tunnel in Central Alaska is Both an Engineering Feat and a Valuable Climate Classroom
Insult to InjuryPrudie counsels a woman whose father called her an “idiot” for not reporting her rape at the time.
The Remains of This Religious Colony, Along With Its Amusement Park, Zoo, and Baseball Empire, Are Now Mostly Abandoned
Inside Higher Ed
Berkeley Students Are Challenging How Faculty Harassment Is HandledColleges don’t tell students that professors are being investigated for—or have even been found guilty of—harassment.
Meet Smith Wigglesworth, an Early Preacher of Pentecostalism Whose Healings Could Be Incredibly Violent
How Trump Could Gut Public EducationHe wants to redirect federal funds toward school vouchers—and his choice of education secretary shows he’s serious.
The San Antonio Four, Lesbians Wrongly Convicted of Child Abuse, Have Finally Been Exonerated
Parenting Advice for the Trump EraMany moms and dads are nervous about the America their kids will grow up in. Here’s how to prepare them.
America Has Been a Beacon for LGBTQ Activism Around the World. Under Trump, That Will Change.
I Before WePrudie advises a letter writer whose sister’s refusal to spell correctly is having deleterious family effects.
Help! My Mom Turns Pleasant Holidays Into Emotionally Charged Sympathy Sessions.Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Stress-Cleaning, Gilmore Girls Therapy, and the Wordplay of Post-Election Coping Strategies
Uncle Howard Explores the Short, Spectacular Career of a Gay Filmmaker Who Died of AIDS at 34