Football doesn’t debase our campuses—it holds them together.
Dan on educating yourself about polyamory, fucking your partner while fantasizing about someone else, and reconsidering the #NotAllMen hashtag.
A conversation with feminist author Kate Harding about the power of #YesAllWomen
A 20-year-old aspiring artist visited a zoological museum. Four years later, Emily Graslie is working at the Field Museum.
Dan on slut self-shaming, a misplaced cock ring, and a misleading online lesbian
Are the changing circumstances of women journalists changes for the better?
The author will read at Women & Children First on Sunday, April 21.
‘The Invisible Worm,’ a collection of provocative paintings on view at the Thompson Center
Life, Above All looks closely at the sexism and superstition that runs through poor South African Life
How extreme metal makes gender irrelevant
To satisfy the public expectation of shock value without truly offending American sensibilities, Superbowl ads deal in mild racism, sexism, and homophobia.
Men who hate women share tips on how to dress to attract them.
So when you write something critical about Tucker Max, the queen bee notices and the drones attack, as Eric Zorn and Amanda Hess have discovered. The Tucker Max cult is a strange one, but I found this illuminating:
Predicting outrage over CTA ads for Tucker Max’s new movie.
I was hoping to be able to pretend that the Erin Andrews voyeur tape didn’t exist after the Sun-Times alerted me to its fetid existence this morning–can’t find the link, but the gist was that if you try to download the video you’ll get whatever horrible computer virus you deserve–but this post by Creative Loafing […]