Lauren Sandler

Lauren Sandler writes for Slate, Time, the New York Times, and other publications, and is the author of One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child, and the Joy of Being One.

June 11 2013 7:15 AMWhy One Child Is Enough for Me—and Might Be for YouA smaller family means all of the joy, less of the crap.
Oct. 17 2011 4:34 PMThe Mother MajorityWomen with children have more abortions than anyone else, and by an increasingly wide margin. So why is the topic taboo?
The XX Factor
Aug. 17 2011 7:04 PMCohabitation Is Only a Problem Because it’s Not Normal Yet
Aug. 20 2008 5:49 PMSkirting the IssuesReading between the economic hemlines of September's fashion mags.
The XX Factor
June 21 2012 5:03 PMFine, Women Can't Have It All. Isn't That Called Compromise?
Sept. 21 2011 5:39 PMBooks By Men Who Like Big Families Jeffrey Kluger's The Sibling Effect is part of an emerging canon that fetishizes large broods.
The XX Factor
Oct. 5 2009 5:57 PMAn Elegy for Gourmet Magazine
Hey, Wait A Minute
July 3 2008 6:58 AMGut InstinctWhat health benefits, exactly, is Activia yogurt supposed to offer?
  News & Politics
Jan. 28 2015 2:33 PM When Jeb Bush and Bill Belichick Were High School Classmates The young Jeb wasn’t always straitlaced. There were his Andover years, when he and classmates (like the future Patriots head coach) cut loose.