Life
Life
Outward
Nov. 26 2016 10:19 AMFidel Castro Put Gay Men in Labor Camps. His Niece Mariela Is Leading Cuba’s LGBTQ Revolution.
Atlas Obscura
Nov. 24 2016 8:30 AMTokyo’s Only Vaudeville–Cuckoo Clock–Steampunk–Victorian Curio Cabinet Timepiece
Outward
Nov. 23 2016 2:55 PMLiberals Have to Talk to Trump Voters. But Some Bear More Responsibility Than Others.
Doublex
Nov. 23 2016 1:07 PMGetting 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.
Atlas Obscura
Nov. 23 2016 12:30 PMThe Dream of the Common Person’s Utopia Was Very Different During Medieval Times
Lexicon Valley
Nov. 22 2016 6:52 PMThere’s No Better Term for the Alt-Right Than Alt-Right
Atlas Obscura
Nov. 22 2016 12:30 PMThis Frozen Tunnel in Central Alaska is Both an Engineering Feat and a Valuable Climate Classroom
Dear Prudence
Nov. 21 2016 4:36 PMInsult to InjuryPrudie counsels a woman whose father called her an “idiot” for not reporting her rape at the time.
Atlas Obscura
Nov. 21 2016 12:30 PMThe Remains of This Religious Colony, Along With Its Amusement Park, Zoo, and Baseball Empire, Are Now Mostly Abandoned
Outward
Nov. 21 2016 11:02 AMPat McCrory Lost the North Carolina Governorship. Now He’s Trying to Steal It.
Outward
Nov. 19 2016 11:33 AMThere Is a Very Specific Reason Why the Hamilton Audience Was Right to Boo Mike Pence
Inside Higher Ed
Nov. 18 2016 1:55 PMBerkeley 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.
Atlas Obscura
Nov. 18 2016 12:30 PMMeet Smith Wigglesworth, an Early Preacher of Pentecostalism Whose Healings Could Be Incredibly Violent
Lexicon Valley
Nov. 17 2016 2:02 PMWhy We Shouldn’t Talk About “Normalizing” Donald Trump
Lexicon Valley
Nov. 17 2016 11:05 AMThe Cowardice of Asking “What Happened” on Election Night
Atlas Obscura
Nov. 25 2016 12:30 PMWhy Didn’t 16th-Century Europeans Like Tomatoes?
Dear Prudence
Nov. 24 2016 6:00 AMPetting SoundsMy brother-in-law tried to eavesdrop on us having sex.
Education
Nov. 23 2016 1:57 PMHow Trump Could Gut Public EducationHe wants to redirect federal funds toward school vouchers—and his choice of education secretary shows he’s serious.
Outward
Nov. 23 2016 12:30 PMThe San Antonio Four, Lesbians Wrongly Convicted of Child Abuse, Have Finally Been Exonerated
The Kids
Nov. 23 2016 9:15 AMParenting 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.
Outward
Nov. 22 2016 5:10 PMAmerica Has Been a Beacon for LGBTQ Activism Around the World. Under Trump, That Will Change.
Dear Prudence
Nov. 22 2016 9:08 AMI Before WePrudie advises a letter writer whose sister’s refusal to spell correctly is having deleterious family effects.
Dear Prudence
Nov. 21 2016 4:35 PMHelp! My Mom Turns Pleasant Holidays Into Emotionally Charged Sympathy Sessions.Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Live Chats
Nov. 21 2016 12:00 PMDear Prudence Live ChatFor Nov. 21, 2016.
Lexicon Valley
Nov. 21 2016 10:54 AMStress-Cleaning, Gilmore Girls Therapy, and the Wordplay of Post-Election Coping Strategies
The Vault
Nov. 18 2016 3:16 PMHow Tragedy Drove a Bellevue Doctor to Become America’s First Illustrator
Outward
Nov. 18 2016 1:53 PMUncle Howard Explores the Short, Spectacular Career of a Gay Filmmaker Who Died of AIDS at 34
Outward
Nov. 18 2016 11:31 AMWhat Iran—Yes, Iran—Can Teach America About the Fight for LGBTQ Rights
Atlas Obscura
Nov. 17 2016 12:30 PMThe Stylish Tragicomedy of Muse, Arts Patron, and Society Darling Lady Hamilton
Outward
Nov. 17 2016 9:41 AMThink the Trump Protests Are Silly? Look Closer at How They Work.

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