My main concern with BusinessWeek's grossly framed, woman-penned article about the psychology of female 'bitchiness' is that it might deter future research on a worthwhile topic.
Somewhere in the past 25 years, I learned to associate relaxation with indulgence. I am aware that this is ridiculous.
Of lads that wore their honours out: Chelsea Cristene explores the link between jock entitlement and rape culture.
I learned to feel with a sick, sad, intuitive, devastating certainty if a woman I was speaking to was likely to be killed by her abuser.
I believe very strongly that language is a living, responsive thing. We are constantly developing news ways of expressing things because we are thinking of new things, conceiving of new possibilities.
I thought about something my dad told me awhile ago: “When someone violates your boundaries, they forfeit their right to politeness. You get to set the tone.”
When I was raped by a member of a popular fraternity 14 years ago, the sorority sisters I told were upset with me for reporting it because they were concerned about the potential backlash. Imagine if he'd been on the football team.
Here are a handful of ways to placate winter, the season for skiing and weeping in semi-public places.
My job is straight out of '1984,' plus I’m being bullied. Between the cameras and the nepotism and the unwavering fear factor, I’m shocked I’ve made it this long.
You know that thing where you write a word so many times it starts to lose all meaning? I'm doing that with "selfie" right now.
That’s right, my friends, growing vegetables is not a suitable use of, uh, dirt.
Joanna Schroeder explains the horrible and inevitable outcome of using Native images and names as mainstream team mascots, as displayed by an Alabama high school last weekend.