A love letter to our favorite American Olympic figure skater, who's been glitter-bombing his queer brand of wit and wisdom all over Pyeongchang.
In this elegy to Twitter, the writer reflects on the platform she first joined a decade ago—once a place to network with her literary idols—and the troll-laden, gladiator-like arena it is today.
They flirt with you as you pitch your stories. Your meetings feel like dates. How can a female journalist feel good about her work when newsrooms are predominantly controlled by men?
In OUR first-ever ranking of the ages, we found that this year's most alluring is not what you'd expect. It's not 27 or 39 or 86. This year it's 42. Because Esquire says so.
Last month, Tricia Romano wrote about Amazon's horrible impact on the dating scene in Seattle. Whoa, it's not all male commenters. But it's male commenters.
DAME talks with the "Orange Is the New Black" star about the feminist writers who rocked her world, and the pressures of being the trans movement's most visible spokeswoman.
The comedy’s lack of women is shamefully true to life. Would adding a female coder help or hurt the show’s ability to satirize the tech industry?
The tech boom in Seattle is bringing in droves of successful, straight single guys. And as any woman will tell you: You don't want to date any of them.
Firing Jill Abramson reverts the ‘Times’ to a passively sexist environment—like nearly every other business.
'Moms' Night Out' may be a Christian movie, but it's part of a long cinematic tradition portraying men as useless louts. And that's not good for anyone.