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On Louis C.K., bad men, and burning it all down

The Spanish sexual misconduct scandal roiling soccer, explained

Nikki Haley was the only woman on the debate stage. She capitalized on it.

The risks of sex-based drug dosing recommendations

The downfall of Armie Hammer, explained

Why is it still so hard for us to use the word “rape”?

The danger of Trump’s ugly attacks on E. Jean Carroll

Trump has been found liable for sexual abuse. Will it change anything?

What is misoprostol? Crucial questions about the other abortion drug.

The stubborn sexism of American politics

J.K. Rowling’s transphobia: A history

R. Kelly has received his second jail sentence for sex crimes. Here are all the sexual misconduct allegations against him.

Brad Pitt was the only winner of the Aniston-Jolie tabloid battle

Why Pamela, a Love Story works where Pam and Tommy failed

The mounting, undeniable Me Too backlash

Johnny Depp, Amber Heard, and their $50 million defamation suit, explained

Angelina Jolie alleges Brad Pitt physically abused her and their children

How the world changed its mind on Tracy Flick

The true physical and mental costs of pregnancy

A pregnancy turns deadly in an anti-abortion state. What happens next?

Who overturning Roe hurts most, explained in 7 charts

Under Obamacare, birth control pills are free. Why aren’t vasectomies?

You shouldn’t have to ask your boss for an abortion

Being a good father means rethinking masculinity

Johnny Depp’s legal victory makes it clear the Me Too backlash has arrived

Why the Depp-Heard trial is so much worse than you realize

In an uncivil age, calls for “civility” are about squashing effective protest

When celebrity nudes were everywhere

Sex and the City said it would stand for friendship over men. It didn’t.

Looking back at the ’90s has meant reexamining the decade’s toxic diet culture

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Every version of the Monica Lewinsky story reveals America’s failure of empathy

Twenty-three years later, the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal is a tale of cultural sadism.

Still Mad is a sweeping, thrilling survey of the writers who built second-wave feminism

Astronomers were skeptical about dark matter — until Vera Rubin came along

How Gossip Girl broke the fantasy of being the world’s most special girl

For women, remote work is a blessing and a curse

It’s incredibly hard to get a rape conviction. Bill Cosby’s release makes it feel pointless.

Why Democrats are voting on bills that have no chance of passing

Justice Kavanaugh hands down some surprisingly hopeful news for women’s equality

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The bubblegum misogyny of 2000s pop culture

How we destroyed girls 20 years ago — and why we’re just starting to second-guess it.

Can sports ever really be “fair”?

Anti-trans bills, women’s sports, and the misguided pursuit of an even playing field.

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