Her son’s comments opened up a conversation that we all need to have.
My right hand felt like a tumbleweed drifting through the desert of the car.
Is this the society men want their daughters to grow up in?
How did leaving a note in a 7-year-old’s lunchbox become so tricky?
Instead of imposing society’s toxic expectations of masculinity, Paget Norton works on developing in her son these more useful qualities.
A car ride, a meltdown, and an opportunity for unexpected connection.
I’m not searching for the One. The Ones are everywhere.
Alleged killer Alek Minassian has broken open the Pandora’s box of alt-right sexism. What can we do now?
Do you have more emotional closeness with men than with your wife or girlfriend?
Can someone “accidentally” make a person feel crazy?
What do you do with a partner who seems too attached?
How to navigate consent in a world that trains men to be creepy.
How do you navigate the complex landscape of appearance in a culture that places so much focus on looks?
We know what toxic masculinity looks like, so what is the alternative?
In this age of #MeToo, what courting rituals need to change?
In the #MeToo era, how can public figures apologize effectively while being authentic?