Our inherited biases about who should write what live deeper than most of us realize or want to acknowledge.
Historically pushed toward softball, Baseball for All keeps young girls in the game.
The internet does not hate women. People hate women, and the internet allows them to do it faster, harder, and with impunity.
After taking over from George Plimpton, Brigid Hughes was pushed out as the editor of The Paris Review and omitted from the magazine’s history.
Rebecca Traister looks below the surface of this moment in which so much sexual misconduct has been coming to light, and finds at the root of it troubling, longstanding, gender-based workplace power dynamics.
An recent interview with Patricia Resnick, author of the screenplay for the 1980 film “9 to 5,” on how little had really changed for women by 2015.
An interview with Patricia Resnick, who wrote the original screenplay for the painfully-still-relevant 1980 office comedy featuring Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton and Lily Tomlin. It ran in December 2015 on the 35th anniversary of the film’s release. Still relevant and radical in 2017.