Don’t come for me, Jezebel, unless I send for you
You gonna learn today.
On Oct 7, 2015 by Ziwe Fumudoh
The one scene in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ the Internet isn’t talking about
It's even worse than you think.
On Feb 18, 2015 by Harris O'Malley
Why it’s dangerous to call Rolling Stone’s UVA frat rape exposé a hoax
A blog war has erupted over questions in Rolling Stone's reporting. But the story still matters.
On Dec 4, 2014 by Lucia Peters
Webisode gives the bird to cooking a solo Thanksgiving Day dinner
Webisode gives the bird to cooking a solo Thanksgiving Day dinner.
On Nov 26, 2014 by Allen Weiner
Why sexist attacks on Hillary Clinton won’t fly on the Internet
That might have worked in 2008, but 2016 is a different ballgame.
On Nov 12, 2014 by Matthew Rozsa
Lena Dunham didn’t rape her little sister—but why did she joke about it?
Making light of sexual assault is not OK.
On Nov 7, 2014 by Beejoli Shah
The 5 types of ‘Gone Girl’ essays you never need to read
We've had quite enough of these, thanks.
On Oct 10, 2014 by Miles Klee
What’s the matter with Anna Wintour’s flip phone?
The persistence of tech-shaming says a lot about our weird relationship with our phones.
On Sep 9, 2014 by Chris Osterndorf
5 simple rules for commenting on a woman’s appearance in public
Men, if Playboy can learn a thing or two, so can you.
On Sep 2, 2014 by Samantha Allen
The problem with Internet comments is that we just don’t care enough
The Internet simply needs to do better.
On Aug 14, 2014 by Beejoli Shah
The dark roots of Internet pornography trolling
I was one of the first victims of Internet pornography trolling—or at least one of the first versions of it.
On Aug 13, 2014 by Beth Elderkin
I offended Melissa McCarthy so you don’t have to
If you write on the Internet long enough, eventually you’re going to end up feeling like an a-hole about something.
On Jun 27, 2014 by Nico Lang
Yes, the ‘Maleficent’ rape scene matters for all women
Fairy tale or not, 'Maleficent' is reflective of the experiences of #YesAllWomen.
On Jun 17, 2014 by Alicia Swiz
The Internet has a content diversity problem
The problem is with a palpable lack of creativity—and perhaps even effort.
On Jun 11, 2014 by [email protected]