Christina Cauterucci
Christina Cauterucci Christina Cauterucci

Christina Cauterucci is a Slate staff writer.

The Waves
Aug. 16 2018 5:19 PMThe “Omarosa-esque” EditionThe Waves on Omarosa, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, and the NFL’s first male cheerleaders.
Relationships
Aug. 15 2018 7:06 PMIt’s Indeed Hilarious That Don Jr. and Kim Reportedly Call Each Other “Junior Mint” and “Pooh Bear”But we shouldn’t mock their couple talk—because we all do it too.
Relationships
Aug. 14 2018 9:00 AMWhy Is It So Creepily Powerful to Watch Women on The Bachelor Adjust Their Hair and Clothes?The filmmaker who made a whole video about it explains.
The Goods
Aug. 10 2018 2:50 PMCrocs Are Awful. We’ll Miss Them When They’re Gone (if They Ever Leave).
Sports
Aug. 8 2018 5:49 PMBro Boom BahThe real reason NFL teams are bringing on male cheerleaders.
Politics
Aug. 5 2018 8:41 PMMake-Believe MutinyThe real reason Ivanka and Melania publicly contradict Donald Trump.
The Goods
Aug. 2 2018 3:43 PMPaul Manafort’s Ostrich Vest and Cashmere Jeans—Crimes Against Fashion or Just Plain Crimes?
Life
Aug. 1 2018 6:01 PMRihanna’s New Thin Eyebrows Will Cause a Nationwide Follicular Emergency
Relationships
July 30 2018 7:43 PMLes Moonves and the Limitations of “No Means No”This phrase was once a feminist rallying cry. It’s become something much darker.
Life
July 25 2018 7:38 PMThe Far Right’s Pedophilia Smear Campaign Is WorkingHow Mike Cernovich and his troll army are manufacturing outrage to take down Hollywood liberals.
The Slatest
July 23 2018 3:06 PMStormy Daniels Is Getting Divorced, Which Means Stormy Daniels Was Apparently Married
Politics
July 19 2018 5:16 PMWhy Anti-Abortion Groups Love Arizona’s New Frozen-Embryo LawPro-lifers are thrilled. Infertility advocates think it’s a portent of a dystopian future.
Downtime
July 19 2018 5:57 AMIncel Memes Aren’t a JokeHow playful propaganda can mask a dangerous and toxic culture.
Brow Beat
July 13 2018 6:49 PMAriana Grande Straddles Earth, Pleasures a Hurricane In Her “God Is a Woman” Video
Brow Beat
July 13 2018 3:12 PMMust We Continue to Suffer Through The Handmaid’s Tale?We discuss the series’ second season in spoiler-filled detail.
Outward Podcast
Aug. 16 2018 1:37 PMThe “Our Queer Roots” EditionIntroducing the Outward podcast.
Politics
Aug. 14 2018 2:30 PMDonald Trump Called Omarosa a Dog. Is That Racist, Sexist, or Both?
Politics
Aug. 13 2018 8:15 PMThere Is Nothing Omarosa Can Say or Do That Could Possibly Matter
Politics
Aug. 9 2018 4:16 PMDemocratic Women Are Winning House Primaries in Record Numbers. Republican Women—Not So Much.
Life
Aug. 6 2018 8:00 AM“We Saw the Enemy Before Pearl Harbor Did”Meet Eleanor Tom Jaynes, 91, who lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, and was born in Wahiawa, Hawaii.
Politics
Aug. 3 2018 6:24 PMLaws Banning Catcalling Won’t Stop Street Harassment in France, the U.S., or Anywhere Else
The Waves
Aug. 2 2018 11:11 AMThe #SayHerName EditionThe Waves on Sorry to Bother You, the criminalization of motherhood, and the killing of Nia Wilson.
Relationships
Aug. 1 2018 5:55 AMGoop’s “Relationships” Coverage Is AbsurdWhat a perfectly Paltrow-ian trove of New Age–y mush.
The Slatest
July 27 2018 1:55 PMGlass Ceiling Broken! Kimberly Guilfoyle Shows Women Can Be Alleged Fox News Sexual Harassers, Too.
The Slatest
July 25 2018 6:49 PMBrock Turner Insists He Never Wanted Sex, Only “Outercourse”
Sports
July 20 2018 5:45 AMKick Her OffBy giving Jaelene Hinkle a roster spot, U.S. Soccer sold out its LGBTQ fans and players for a better shot at the Women’s World Cup.
The Waves
July 19 2018 11:13 AMThe “Live From D.C.” EditionThe Waves on litigious men’s rights activists, Ellen Stofan, and sexist romcoms.
Politics
July 17 2018 4:02 PMAnti-Abortion Ballot Initiatives in Alabama and West Virginia Offer a Preview of Our Post-Roe Future
Sports
July 13 2018 4:04 PMThe Subtle, Insistent Feminism of Working Mother Serena Williams
Politics
July 12 2018 3:29 PMMade to Suffer for Her SinsThe Trump administration’s policies on family separation and abortion are driven by one view: A woman’s pain is fitting punishment.

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