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For her first essay collection, Jamison mined the wounds of her restless twenties. Now she’s sober, married and successful – and her work is better than ever.
The people declaring themselves #truecrimeaddicts or #murderinos., downloading podcasts with names like My Favorite Murder or True Crime Girl Time, are overwhelmingly female. Why?
Such dreams can provide a high as intense as psychedelics, and even deliver sexual gratification.
Studies show that we often ignore the advice of others even when we've asked for it.
When Larissa MacFarquhar told people she was working on a book about extreme altruists, she was asked the same, telling question again and again: “But aren’t they mentally ill?”
With record numbers of us choosing to stay single, Bolick's new book explores what it means for a woman to build a rich life alone.
They’re less likely to divorce and they do an extra hour of housework each week.
Alice Robb talks to sociologist Sarah Diefendorf about what it’s like to be a secular woman at a virginity support group for religious men.
If “best friendship” is on the rise, what does it mean?
A new book by newscasters Katty Kay and Clare Shipman argues women’s timidity is holding them back at work – but does it perpetuate the idea that confidence is a masculine trait.