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The Jo March Effect: Should Classic Heroines Bow to Convention?

Little Women’s Jo March set her writing aside to become a mother and wife – and so many classic heroines followed suit. But should they have?


Gender and Development: Why They Matter, Together, Today

Dr. Leonard Sax on the evolution of our understanding of gender over the past thirteen years that necessitated a revision of his book, Why Gender Matters.


The Man Who Doesn’t Read Women

After confessing that he had never read a book by a woman, my doctor asked me for a book suggestion. “Which woman writers should I read?”


Christian Rudder on Men’s Blindness to Their Age Bias Online

Christian Rudder, author of Dataclysm, reveals that men may say they're looking for women their age, but their online dating behavior says otherwise.


Gender Outlaw Kate Bornstein Explains Why LGBT Demands the ‘Q’

Kate Bornstein, author of Gender Outlaw, dives headlong into terms like "non-binary" and "genderqueer," and explains why LGBTQ needs that Q so badly.


Gore Vidal and the Surprise (Literary) Album Drop of 1968

The release of Gore Vidal's Myra Breckinridge in 1968 was the equivalent of today's surprise album drop. Its subject, of course, was also ahead of its time.