Christina Cauterucci
Christina Cauterucci Christina Cauterucci

Christina Cauterucci is a Slate staff writer.

Outward Podcast
Feb. 20 2019 1:38 PMThe “Queer Media” EditionDo we still need it?
The Waves
Feb. 15 2019 3:23 PMWhy Is It So Fraught to Talk About the Klobuchar Bad Boss Reports?
Politics
Feb. 6 2019 6:19 PMNancy Pelosi Has Gained Enough Power to Be Flattened Into a MemeA win for women everywhere?
Politics
Feb. 6 2019 1:27 AMStacey Abrams Showed Democrats How to Win the Fight for Abortion Rights
The Waves
Jan. 31 2019 12:51 PMThe “Subpoena Me” EditionThe Waves on You, the government shutdown, and women’s careers post-#MeToo.
Politics
Jan. 28 2019 7:03 PMHoward Schultz’s Appearance on Gwyneth Paltrow’s Podcast Should Tank His Presidential Candidacy
Politics
Jan. 24 2019 6:15 PMA Horrifying Ethical DilemmaWhat’s the most humane way to treat a pregnant rape victim who’s in a vegetative state?
Politics
Jan. 18 2019 5:03 PMThe Leaders of the Women’s March Are Not the Women’s Movement
Outward Podcast
Jan. 16 2019 10:09 AMThe “Travel” EditionWhere are the good gay spots? Do they still exist?
Life
Jan. 11 2019 6:10 PMI Have Some Updates on Ted Cruz’s BeardIt’s getting stranger by the day.
The Goods
Jan. 7 2019 12:12 AMAt the 2019 Golden Globes, Sparkle and Color Retook the Red Carpet
Wide Angle
Jan. 4 2019 3:14 PMLouis the ReactionaryWhere is the comedian’s angry new material coming from?
Politics
Dec. 27 2018 8:38 PMClaire McCaskill’s Bitter FarewellThe outgoing Missouri senator has no right to take potshots at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other progressives.
The Goods
Dec. 20 2018 3:59 PMAs First Lady, Michelle Obama Dressed Defensively. Now She’s Rocking Gold-Sequined Stilettos.
Food
Dec. 19 2018 4:32 PMSome Suggested Tweaks to Tucker Carlson’s Rant About “Gingerbread People”
Brow Beat
Feb. 15 2019 6:58 PMSex Scenes Didn’t Kill Meg Ryan’s Career. Being a Woman in Hollywood Did.
The Waves
Feb. 14 2019 1:21 PMThe “Minnesota Nice” EditionThe Waves on the glamorization of Ted Bundy, the allegations against Amy Klobuchar, and sex work surveillance.
Politics
Feb. 6 2019 1:54 PMDemocrats Should Not Think Twice About Canceling Racist, Sexist PoliticiansThe temporary losses don’t matter nearly as much as the revolutionary gains we are witnessing within the party.
Politics
Feb. 1 2019 5:56 PMIt’s Both Difficult and Incredibly Important to Make the Case for Third-Trimester Abortions
The Goods
Jan. 31 2019 5:45 AMKyrsten Sinema Is Not Just a Funky Dresser. She’s a Fashion Revolutionary.
The Slatest
Jan. 25 2019 3:27 PMWho Wore the Victory Pose Better: Roger Stone or Richard Nixon?
Politics
Jan. 22 2019 7:08 PM“Big Sister” Barbara Lee’s Advice for the New Women of Color in Congress“You have to break through all of that sexism and racism. You have to really confront that all of the time.”
The Waves
Jan. 17 2019 12:21 PMThe “Grandmother’s Fart” EditionThe Waves on Surviving R. Kelly, millennial burnout, and our changing expectations for older women.
Life
Jan. 15 2019 1:32 PMWhy Everyone’s 2019 Photos Are So Much More Attractive Than Their 2009 Ones
Politics
Jan. 8 2019 1:50 PM“If She Can’t Get Him to Back Off, I Don’t Know How Anybody Can”A new report on sexual harassment in the Oregon Legislature reveals the workplace perils for female politicians.
Brow Beat
Jan. 4 2019 6:45 PMEllen Doesn’t Get to Decide if Kevin Hart Has Apologized for His Anti-Gay Remarks
The Waves
Jan. 3 2019 10:31 AMThe “Winter Call-In Show” EditionThe hosts of the Waves take on listeners’ questions.
Brow Beat
Dec. 22 2018 5:23 AMHow Jackie Fuchs’ Jeopardy! Triumph Helped the Ex-Runaways Bassist Reclaim Her Identity
The Waves
Dec. 20 2018 11:04 AMThe “Whiskey Stones and Stabby Things” EditionThe Waves on Meghan Markle, the gendering of holiday gift guides, and women-led films.
Outward Podcast
Dec. 19 2018 1:33 PMThe “Spirituality” EditionQueers find their religious experiences in the woods and on the dance floor.

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