A longtime smoker reflects on the cultural history, appeal, and vilification of the cigarette—and why so many of us still light up, whether publicly or in secret, despite knowing its risks.
For once, women and girls can watch a superhero movie and revel in the glorious pleasure of having something wonderful that wholly belongs to them.
The two female sports writers in the #morethanmean campaign demonstrate that it’s way past the time to recognize the difference between trash talk and gender-based abuse.
The scholar could better use his platform at 'The New Republic' to engage in a meaningful dialogue about the unjust treatment of Black men and women than for kvetching about Dr. Cornel West.
OUR Walmart is pushing the chain store for better working conditions. But now, due to “plumbing problems,” many employees are not working at all.
We lost one of the greats today. Back in June, she told us how she endured her hardest heartaches and why she was always happiest in the present. Joan, we will really miss the crap out of you.
Ferguson has blown open the conversation about police brutality. But we need to understand that "Black" does not only refer to men.
Hundreds found dead in a septic tank, dozens stolen by a Catholic priest. Done “for their own good,” it’s the same excuse society uses to strip women of choice—and power—today.
What Slate writer Mark Joseph Stern doesn't get about being a gay pro-lifer
The skin care brand wants another viral success. And they’ll get it at the expense of women’s dignity.