‘She Said’ explores how male and female collaborators helped Hollywood’s ‘warthog from hell’
For Avremi Zippel, getting a guilty verdict against the nanny who abused him as a child was only the beginning. Now he’s an advocate for other survivors of sexual assault.
#MeToo spawns a literature
Is there room in the culture anymore for nuance?
How should we handle Holocaust victims who also suffered sexual violence—at the hands of other Holocaust victims?
How campus Title IX courts’ guilty-until-proven-innocent subversion of due process is a harbinger of a dangerous wider shift in liberalism
White liberals are leading a ‘woke’ revolution that is transforming American politics and making Democrats increasingly uneasy with Jewish political power
Flesh, set free by a ‘despicable genius,’ or ensnared in the male gaze?
FICTION: Four seasons in academic hell
Why are millennials so afraid to get it on? Sex, power, gender, and swiping right, in Kristen Roupenian’s first collection of short stories.
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?
A response to Rabbi Avi Shafran’s claims that Jewish law protects Orthodox women from sexual abuse
If the bar for misconduct is lowered when it comes to male feminists, are we rooting for them to fail?
‘Do we really imagine that true respect for women can survive, let alone thrive, in a world where standard “entertainment” is saturated with their objectification and all too often actual abuse?’
The sordid history of famous feminists shaming victims of sexual abuse
Why the story of Coleman Silk’s epic struggle to escape his roots is still the most-loved Philip Roth book in France