Kat Rosenfield is a culture writer and novelist. Her next book, No One Will Miss Her, will be published by William Morrow in October 2021.
Big corporations like Apple have long claimed to hire misfits and freethinkers. In today’s hyperpolitical workplaces, with their zeal for conformity, these promises have never been more destructively hollow.
In her new book, sex therapist Bat Sheva Marcus looks at monogamy, with a special focus on women’s sexual satisfaction
Lauren Oyler’s debut novel of millennialist self-regard ‘reads like a dispatch directly from the bowels of Internet Hell’
Thirty-year-old lawyers throwing bombs are ‘just kids,’ while 12-year-olds are prosecuted for ‘racism.’ How youth went from a stage of human development to a protected political class.
Daphne Merkin’s seductive, self-referential new novel, ‘22 Minutes of Unconditional Love,’ plays the ballad of the voyeur
Why social justice feels like self-help to privileged women
A new translation of Max Brod’s early 20th-century novel ‘Jewish Women’ echoes to today’s confusing and awkward romance scene
It’s not about celebrities. It’s about us losing trust in each other.
Celebrity profiles have become an excuse for fawning over celebrities or attacking political targets, but it’s time for journalists to get back to seeking the truth
What lies beneath the surface of his performative feminism?
Why can’t young feminists seem to acknowledge their agency, or fathom that they experience desire at all?
In providing some context about her friend Louis C.K., is she making a useful reintroduction into the public realm of a forgotten version of femininity?
An outcry over a new show’s alleged fat-shaming may be more a crisis of criticism in the age of Twitter