Christina Cauterucci
Christina Cauterucci Christina Cauterucci

Christina Cauterucci is a Slate staff writer.

Politics
May 25 2018 12:53 PM“I Think Trump Could Be Useful”Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova on transgender inclusion, finding hope in dark times, and what Vladimir Putin has in common with Donald Trump.
Life
May 24 2018 11:08 AMThe Handmaid’s Tale Season 2 Is Gayer, but Not BetterHow four queer fans think writers could fix a show that loves to torture its gays without really understanding them.
Politics
May 23 2018 1:29 PMThe Democratic Nominee for Texas Governor Is a Lukewarm Win for Progressives
Politics
May 16 2018 5:43 PMThe Pennsylvania Primary Was a Big Win for Women
Politics
May 13 2018 9:05 PMWhat Pennsylvania’s Female Candidates Could Tell Us About the MidtermsThe state votes in its primaries Tuesday, and a record number of women are on the ballot.
Politics
May 10 2018 5:17 PMVirginia Woman Given a Jail Sentence for “Concealing a Dead Body” After Her Stillbirth
Politics
May 8 2018 5:54 PMEric Schneiderman’s Absurd Excuses Make an Excellent Argument for Affirmative Consent
Politics
May 7 2018 5:46 PMPennsylvania State Legislator Is Forced to Work With Her Alleged Abuser, Another GOP Legislator
Television
May 2 2018 7:54 PMShow Everything, Reveal NothingHBO’s Being Serena is an all-access pass to the tennis star’s life that provides no access to her heart or brain.
Politics
April 30 2018 4:02 PMSarah Huckabee Sanders Is Fair Game
Sports
April 25 2018 6:06 PMWhy NFL Cheerleaders Are Selling Themselves Short
Food
April 24 2018 1:02 PMA Paean to PB&PWhy a peanut butter and pickle sandwich is the totally not-gross snack you need in your mouth right now.
The Waves
April 19 2018 10:44 AMThe Double X Gabfest “Pee Tape” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on the pee tape, the racial divide in infant and maternal mortality, and how male authors describe women.
Politics
April 17 2018 4:23 PMAnti-Abortion Activists Rush to Praise Cardi B as a “Pro-Life” Icon
Life
April 12 2018 9:30 AM“I Have This Vague Recollection of Standing on the Playground and Having the Boys Make Fun of My Socks”Meet Robert Carlson, 87, from Pasadena, California.
The Slatest
May 24 2018 4:09 PMHarvey Weinstein to Be Arrested in New York on Friday
The Waves
May 24 2018 10:52 AMThe “White Lady Tears” EditionThe Double X Gabfest on Miss America, The Handmaid’s Tale, and the Oakland barbecue saga.
Politics
May 18 2018 4:38 PMNew Trump Administration Rule Will Force Doctors to Stop Saying “Abortion”
Politics
May 15 2018 11:03 AMPlanned Parenthood Is Battling the Circuit Court That Wants to Overturn Roe
Politics
May 11 2018 4:52 PMGeorgia Law Enforcement Is DNA-Testing Fetal Remains Found In Wastewater
Politics
May 9 2018 4:30 PMRepublicans Are Trying to Use Gina Haspel’s Gender Against Democrats
The Goods
May 7 2018 10:44 PMCrowns, Halos, and Rihanna in a Pope Hat: The 2018 Met Gala’s Most Memorable Looks
Politics
May 3 2018 3:13 PMThe Iowa Legislature Has Passed the Country’s Most Severe Abortion Restriction
The Slatest
May 1 2018 3:41 PMReports of Military Sexual Assaults Are Up for the Seventh Year in a Row
The Slatest
April 27 2018 5:39 PMBill Cosby’s Conviction Is Not the Triumph of #MeToo
Politics
April 24 2018 3:10 PMTalking About Sexism Is Not a “Victim Trap” for Female PoliticiansPlenty of politicians talk about their struggles. It’s only a problem when it’s not white men.
The Goods
April 20 2018 7:05 AMWhy Melania Trump Rarely Uses Sleeves As They Were Intended: A Few Theories
Politics
April 18 2018 3:18 PMBarbara Bush Once Told the GOP to Ease Up Its Anti-Abortion Policies
The Slatest
April 13 2018 4:39 PMMichigan State University President Allegedly Offered Larry Nassar Victim a $250,000 Payoff
Life
April 11 2018 6:33 PMWhy People Are Obsessed With Mark Zuckerberg’s Eyeballs

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