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.
The Trump administration is going full-on Handmaid’s Tale dystopia. But the writer has an idea for revolt that might just enrage the Right and boost morale on the Left.
When writer Carrie Borzillo's new boyfriend moved in, she was excited for a new man in her bed. Her cat Aidan had other ideas.
Social media could be the ideal space to discuss our collective rage against an increasingly terrifying world. So why have we turned it into a boxing ring where we’re fighting each other?
There's a limit to how much the horrors exacted on the “gender traitors” of Gilead can suppress them because, as sexpert Tina Horn explains, queer sexuality inherently rejects the patriarchy.
As it turns out, the sanctimonious evangelical Commanders are just as hypocritical and corrupt in dystopic Gilead as their evangelical GOP lawmaking counterparts in present-day U.S.A.
The star and creator of the HBO series, who earned a Golden Globe last week, is blazing a trail for doing something quite simple: portraying authentic Black sexual relationships on TV.
Many voters elected Trump not for his economic policies, but for the hate and fear he’s stoked in the American people—which this half-Black, half-White writer discovered first-hand.
Helen Gurley Brown encouraged women to sleep their way to the top. Feminist Kate Millett warned that sex wasn't necessarily a weapon. Guess which message endured?
In her desire to love and be loved, Kerry Neville often felt like she had to say yes when she meant no. Until the day she discovered the true meaning of consent.