The 1983 TV film warned us about the consequences of a nuclear arms race. Could we be headed there again?
A white mother of a Black son is like a fly on the wall to other white people, bearing witness to their unconscious, unwitting racism.
DAME talks with the author of ‘White Fragility’ about the real reasons white parents are reticent about discussing race and racism with their kids.
The best-selling author and Princeton history professor decided to go back to school in her 60s to fulfill a lifelong dream to become an artist. This is her story.
Discussing her new book, 'A Marriage In Dog Years,' the memoirist recounts the worst year of her life: the loss of her beloved dog and her troubled first marriage. Spoiler alert: This story has a happy ending.
The best-selling author of 'The Female Persuasion' has published the perfect feminist novel about women's friendships for this moment. Only she wrote it before Election 2016.
The best-selling essayist of the 'Empathy Exams' talks with DAME about her deeply personal new literary memoir—a provocative meditation on addiction and recovery, and its impact on the creative process.
There's a good reason Moira Donegan created a private space like the Shitty Media Men list. So why would another woman seek to violate that trust?
The 'Unscrewed' author talks with DAME about "fauxpowerment" and Hugh Hefner, the fate of Roe v. Wade, and the inevitability of the current brutal backlash.
Our parenting columnist sits down with the 17-year-old author of 'Earth Hates Me' and learns why some girls recoil at the word "feminist" while still embracing its principles.