Christina Cauterucci
Christina Cauterucci Christina Cauterucci

Christina Cauterucci is a Slate staff writer.

Politics
Oct. 19 2018 5:37 PMThe Way This GOP Congressman Mocked Sexual Harassment Victims in 2011 Proves Nothing Ever Changes
Outward Podcast
Oct. 17 2018 11:03 AMThe “Radicals” EditionRemember, Stonewall was a riot!
Family
Oct. 15 2018 4:04 PMWhy the World Is So Helplessly Compelled by Meghan Markle’s Pregnancy Announcement
The Waves
Oct. 11 2018 12:05 PMThe “Star Report” EditionThe Waves on #MeToo a year on, A Star Is Born, and a California law requiring women on corporate boards.
Politics
Oct. 5 2018 5:52 PMSusan Collins’ Senate Speech Was a Cruel Attack on Christine Blasey Ford
Politics
Sept. 28 2018 7:26 PMA List of Everyone the FBI Could Interview About Brett Kavanaugh if They Really Want to Find Out How Credible He Is
Politics
Sept. 27 2018 1:21 PMChristine Blasey Ford Shows the Power of Letting Survivors of Sexual Violence Tell Their Own Stories
Politics
Sept. 26 2018 8:52 PMToxic Bro Culture Finally Found a News PegIt never should have needed one.
Politics
Sept. 23 2018 10:16 PM#WhyIDidntReport and #MeToo Have Higher Aims Than Converting SkepticsSwaying people who believe sexual assault is rare or no big deal may be hopeless—but these campaigns herald a different sort of power.
Politics
Sept. 20 2018 5:42 PMChuck Grassley Says the Real Victim of the Kavanaugh Sexual Assault Allegations Is … Chuck Grassley
Outward Podcast
Sept. 19 2018 12:50 PMThe “Orientation” EditionBeing queer doesn’t come with a guide.
Relationships
Sept. 17 2018 7:40 PM“There Is Something Oblivious About Him”The worst part of New York magazine’s Soon-Yi Previn profile is the way it portrays Woody Allen as a helpless, childlike lunk.
Politics
Sept. 14 2018 1:08 AMWhat Cynthia Nixon Won by LosingHer celebrity didn’t hobble her campaign. It gave her the power to influence the Democratic Party.
The Slatest
Sept. 12 2018 6:41 PMPlanned Parenthood’s Next President: An Immigrant Doctor of Color Who Grew Up on Medicaid
Politics
Sept. 5 2018 6:38 PM“We Won?!’Ayanna Pressley and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez show the power of a spontaneous moment of emotion.
The Goods
Oct. 17 2018 4:49 PMIn Praise of Lady Gaga’s Truly Colossal SuitA political fashion statement that worked.
Politics
Oct. 16 2018 7:39 PMWhy It’s So Uncomfortable for Feminists to Confront Hillary Clinton About BillAnd why they must do it anyway.
Jurisprudence
Oct. 12 2018 7:00 PMDoes Stephen Elliott’s Lawsuit Against Moira Donegan Have a Chance to Succeed?We asked legal experts.
The Slatest
Oct. 9 2018 3:00 PMSexual Harassment Claims Spiked After the Clarence Thomas Hearings. They’re Spiking Again Now.
Life
Oct. 4 2018 6:24 PMChristine Blasey Ford Changed Everything#MeToo was just the beginning. For these women, the Kavanaugh hearings have incited both hotter rage and a deeper personal reckoning.
Politics
Sept. 27 2018 8:05 PMBrett Kavanaugh’s Testimony Made It Easier Than Ever to Picture Him as an Aggressive, Entitled Teen
The Waves
Sept. 27 2018 11:33 AMThe “Horseplay” EditionThe Waves on the Kavanaugh allegations, obesity, and Nappily Ever After.
The Slatest
Sept. 25 2018 5:44 PMAndrea Constand’s Statement on Bill Cosby’s Sexual Assault Is Very Hard to ReadYou should read it anyway.
The Slatest
Sept. 21 2018 2:01 PMDonald Trump May Not Have the Most Advanced Understanding of How Sexual Assault Trauma Works
Relationships
Sept. 19 2018 6:39 PMWhy the Feud Between Asia Argento and Rose McGowan Is So Incredibly Dispiriting
The Goods
Sept. 18 2018 12:11 AMThe Emmys Gold Carpet Brought High Drama to the Small Screen
Relationships
Sept. 14 2018 1:06 PMComing Out as a Business PlanHow cynical should we feel when queer celebrities strategically time announcements about their sexuality to boost their own careers?
The Waves
Sept. 13 2018 11:14 AMThe “Smashing Her Racket” EditionThe Waves on Julia Salazar, women’s comebacks, and Serena Williams.
Sports
Sept. 9 2018 12:00 PMJust Erase ItNike’s Colin Kaepernick campaign ignores the specifics of his revolutionary message.
Politics
Sept. 5 2018 3:56 PMSusan Collins’ ChoiceBrett Kavanaugh will be a vote to overturn Roe v. Wade. If the Maine senator helps confirm him, her political career could be in the balance.

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