The best-selling memoirist talks with DAME about the fascinating lives of her rumored-to-be "man-hating" Romanian-born, New York cousins who inspired her latest poignant work, 'The...
93-Year-Old Tsvetana Dhermanova talks about the "dictatorship of the proletariat" that sent her to a brutal gulag for the "wrong" literature.
A case study of past 9/11 news coverage reveals a press corp stuck in its ways, bound to casting leaders as heroes despite their faults and drawing false equivalencies that fail the...
We don't want masculinity to be toxic, yet we refuse to let go of the capitalistic and emotional limits that support patriarchal behavior. What then is masculinity's place in society?
Growing up in the 1980s, there was little in the way of queer representation on TV. Now we've shattered the celluloid closet. But is this progress restricted to our small screens?
The pandemic ushered in an era of loss. And healing from those losses demands reimagining our social contract to allow for stillness.
After losing her father last year, this writer grapples with the preciousness of life and the callousness of those unwilling to take simple steps to protect it.
From CNN's Chris Cuomo to the Washington Post's Marty Baron, the U.S. newsroom has a long tradition of empowering perpetrators of sexual assault and harassment by amplifying their...
Even when the facts are clear, even when one side is clearly lying, even when the science and truth are obvious, mainstream media still fails to call it like it is.
Can a TV series starring a genuinely kind cis-het man be an antidote to a culture of toxic masculinity? Perhaps not, but it's a welcome fantasy.