Leaving Neverland asks an uncomfortable question: where are the parents? (Rolling Stone)

The problem with Ted Bundy (other than, like, the obvious one) (Romper)

Where are the children on Marvelous Mrs. Maisel? (Vox)

Penn Badgley is hot on “You” — and that’s the point (The Cut)


The enigma of Toodles, the disembodied head from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Romper)

What, exactly, is a “Mom Bod” anyway? (Elle [print issue], Nov. 2018)

Why we hate everyone on Succession — and why we can’t stop watching (Elle)

How Sharp Objects is a map of suppressed female rage (Elle)

The uber-depressing takeaway of Sheila Heti’s Motherhood (Elle)

Young women are convinced motherhood is going to suck — and they’re right (Bustle)

In the Age of #MeToo, Anthony Bourdain Proved How to Be a Male Ally (Men's Health)

Eric Schneiderman and men who use kinky sex to justify abuse (Men's Health)


On Georgina Chapman, Harvey Weinstein, and the Huma Effect (Refinery29)

How Tiffany "New York" Patterson is the godmother of memes (Vice) 

On The Handmaid's Tale and the dangers of well-meaning men (Bustle)

On Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's feminism problem

On Ivanka Trump's "Cool Girl" Feminism (Bustle)

On becoming a mom in your 20s (The Cut)


On Westworld and the terrifying trend of sex robots (Washington Post)

On the covert feminism of Grease, and being a Rizzo in a Sandy world (Mic)

On the enduring fugliness of maternity clothes (Racked)


On Jessica Jones and why we don't talk about sex after sexual assault (Mic) 

On Taylor Swift's #squadgoals, and why they're so disturbing (Mic) 

On the art of menstrala, or period art (Guernica Magazine)

On why we should all stop saying "how are you" (Mic) 

On why we need to decriminalize sex work (The Daily Dot) 

On why all millennials hate Bruce Springsteen (Salon)