In "God of War," being a mother will end your life, either literally or metaphorically.
You can’t miss them: The spots are marked with pink borders, painted figures in mini-skirts, and overhead signs declaring “Female Parking First” in both Korean and English.
Chris Spies had big dreams for Kaycie Allen. He originally hoped to write for the site for six months to a year, fully forming a character "that was completely unlikeable and easy for the internet to hate."
Women make up one-quarter of computer scientists. But in the field of artificial intelligence those numbers are likely much lower.
Scott W. Stern’s book documents a decades-long program to incarcerate “promiscuous” women.
After #MeToo, an anonymous letter spread explosive allegations about Gopal Balakrishnan. Some called it vigilante justice — but it worked.
What's the secret to completely transforming your face? Nose contouring.
He says there's a crisis in masculinity. Why won’t women — all these wives and witches — just behave?
In 2015, the last bookstore in the Bronx, a Barnes & Noble, announced it would be closing. That was the last straw for Saraciea Fennell.
How the godfather of "fratire" went from chronicling his drunken sexual conquests to ghostwriting Tiffany Haddish's memoir.
"The Cosby Show" and "Black-ish" uncritically depict black fathers' often caustic "coaching" to prepare their sons for an inhospitable world. I know, from my own family, that cruelty isn't the way to make a man.
Producer Marti Noxon has two shows about women's pain and rage debuting this summer — and the timing couldn't be better.
It is a horrible thing to feel unwanted — invisible, inadequate, ineligible for the things that any person might hope for. It is also entirely possible to process a difficult social position with generosity and grace.
Anecdotal evidence points to a male aversion to bitter greens, but pinpointing the reason behind this is a little bit trickier.
It's a balancing act.
Having kids after 40 can ease some pressures of parenting — but only for women who can afford to wait.
Lopped off hair is seen as unsexy, unfeminine and a marker of motherhood.
My ambivalence toward having a baby is not uncommon, judging from a spate of new motherhood books this year — but as a gay woman, I won't be able to have one without wanting one desperately and consistently.
"Play like a man, look like a lady."
Women make up less than 10% of firefighters nationally, but a gutsy few are paving the way for more to follow in their footsteps.
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