Many parents are concerned with their child’s seemingly obsessive video game play. Fortnite, the most recent gaming phenomenon, has taken the world by storm and has parents asking whether the shooter is
By Braden Bell In my work as a teacher I’ve noticed in recent years that parents frequently default to the term “bullying” to describe a lot of undesirable interactions their children have with peers.
We interviewed award-winning feminist adult film maker Erika Lust about the impact of FOSTA/SESTA on porn, the problem with age verification checks and the value of education over regulation. When we're
Also to blame: Democrats and liberals. It might be hard to imagine, but there was a time not that long ago when capitalism looked really, really good, at least in America. Not just in the sense that rich
It’s not that we’re eating more, that we exercise less, or that we lack willpower. The shaming of overweight people has to stop When I saw the photograph I could scarcely believe it was the same country.
When we interpret animal behaviour as humanlike, we risk simply seeing ourselves – which demeans us and them And so, the killer whale known as J35 is back to her old self. She is no longer carrying the
'Pence Rule' supporters see it as a shield of honor for powerful men. But if high-ranking women tried to deploy the rule? They'd get ridiculed. Glenda Ritz never thought about adopting the "Mike Pence
Judging from Shakespeare, the very sight of a modest woman pushes men into extravagant fantasies of matrimony. “I burn, I pine, I perish,” cries Lucentio in The Taming of the Shrew, “If I achieve not young
Feminist writer and activist John Stoltenberg believes we need to give up manhood for good if we want to live morally sound and love-filled lives. If you take a cursory look around, it seems like manhood
Academics and media personalities like Jordan Peterson, Robin Hanson, and Ross Douthat are putting a respectable-seeming face on ideology that stems from vitriolic, male-entitlement fueled forums in the
It’s often called the optic that best approximates human vision, but approximation is relative. An Object Lesson. It was the curved shape of the lens that led to its name being borrowed, in the late 17th
Viral stories of teen girls getting “dress-coded” reveal our sexist ideas about women’s bodies. A gray, baggy, long-sleeved, and, as her mother put it, “unflattering” Calvin Klein shirt — that’s what Lizzy
Inside the controversial—and often confusing—'tending instinct' of women. 'Stop that', she says. 'You’re trembling,' he says, walking closer. There’s a wall behind her. She has no way out. Since I was
“I can’t hear you.” When the Line Hotel opened in Washington, DC, last December, the cocktail bars, gourmet coffee shops, and restaurants that fill its cavernous lobby drew a lot of buzz. Housed in a church,
Everyone's looking for the keys to improved productivity and a way to dramatically improve performance. There are few industries more in need of such secrets than retail, which typically operates on razor-thin