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Life Without Sex: The Third Phase of the Asexuality Movement

Now that he's raised awareness of his lifestyle, David Jay, founder of AVEN, is working to change mainstream beliefs about sex drives. David Jay...

Oil Has Cursed Venezuela

Editor's Note: What follows is an adapted excerpt from a book co-written by Leopoldo López, a Venezuelan opposition leader, and Gustavo Baquero. López...

Where ‘BoJack Horseman’ Season 4 Shone Brightest

The animated Netflix show's two best episodes this year experimented with narrative to bring the private pain of its female characters to light. ...

Why We Should Be Worried about a War in Space

There aren't enoughrules governing military behavior in the upper atmosphere. Reuters On one hand, if the global space powers agreed to put limits...

How Republicans Closed the Deal on Tax Cuts

With late support from Senators Bob Corker and Marco Rubio on a package finalized Friday, the GOP is on the precipice of a major...

Why Everybody Should Be Very Afraid of the Disney Death Star

The first episode of the Streaming Wars is over. The rebels won. Now the empire strikes back. Lucasfilm / Disney If one graph...

The Weaponization of Awkwardness

"Young women say yes to sex they don't actually want to have all of the time. Why? Because we condition young women to feel...

18 Crucial Days

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is authorized to broadly investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, but recent reports suggest he's focusing on a...

The Partisanship of Feminism

This September, Leonie Huddy and Johanna Willmann of Stony Brook University presented a paper at the American Political Science Association. (The paper is not...

Why Do American Schools Have Such Long Hours?

U.S. students spend more time in K-12 schools than their peers in many other countries. In fact, in Japan and South Korea, kids spend...