DoubleX Gabfest: The Bechdel Test vs. the Jiggle Test EditionListen to Slate’s show about Arianna Huffington, NFL cheerleaders, and The Other Woman.
When Men Are RapedA new study reveals that men are often the victims of sexual assault, and women are often the perpetrators.
"I Feel Particularly Bad About That Last One"When using friends and family to make an argument feels right, and when it feels wrong.
The XX Factor
Fear Over Online Predators Is the New “Stranger Danger.” When Will Parents Stop Panicking?
Sex Talk FailI have been trying to talk to my daughter about sex since September, but I can’t get it up.
The XX Factor
At Evangelical College, Woman Who Was Assaulted Is "Responsible for What Happened to Her"
Arianna Huffington Is Just Like UsIn Thrive, she accurately diagnoses what ails our workplace culture. But like the rest of us, she hasn’t found the cure.
Alone, Alone, All, All Alone, Alone on a Wild Wild SeaBarbara Ehrenreich searches for transcendence.
DoubleX Gabfest: The Conscious Uncoupling EditionListen to Slate’s show about Gwyneth Paltrow’s conscious uncoupling from Chris Martin.
The Audio Book Club
Is Slaughterhouse-Five a Rambunctious Countercultural Lark or a Document of Severe Depression?
DoubleX Gabfest: The Blinded Me With Science EditionListen to Slate’s show about the science of relationships, the Washington Post’s Date Lab, and whether an equal marriage means less sex.
Less Romance, More DataA new breed of research is trying to Moneyball the least logical of all human endeavors: love.
DoubleX Gabfest: The Triple Package, Triple Axel EditionListen to Slate’s show about Dylan Farrow’s open letter, Amy Chua’s new book, and the women of the Olympics.
First Principles Clinton began her campaign by denouncing the big money flowing into politics. That just got a lot harder for her to talk about.
The Most Hated Merger in America Customers, companies, and even regulators mistrust Comcast. No wonder its deal to buy Time Warner Cable fell apart.
Harvard Students Are Clueless About Fighting Fossil Fuels. They Could Learn a Thing or Two From Stanford.
Tab Roulette! Slate’s business and tech writers share what they’re reading, whether they want to or not.