The Adele in the video has no relationships other than her "team" at work and her financial advisor. She fills the void with the endless emptiness of a self unchained.
Suzanne Kahn offers a fascinating, thorough, and highly readable study of divorce in the history of 20th Century U.S. feminism.
I had the privilege of interviewing Judith Stacey for the Annex Sociology Podcast. Joseph Cohen asked me if I had any ideas for guest hosting the podcast, and this had been on my mind for a while -- the cohort of women who brought feminism into academia in the 1960s and 1970s. In the ongoing…
Bruce Stokes / https://flic.kr/p/dMG983The other day, in response to the Naomi Wolf situation, I tweeted in response to Heather Souvaine Horn, an editor at the New Republic: https://twitter.com/familyunequal/status/1132340372024246272 After which she invited my to submit an essay to the site. It's now been published as: Learn the Right Lessons from Naomi Wolf’s Book Blunder: Expertise…
Something I never got around to checking in the General Social Survey before.
To help improve my Twitter-degraded attention span, I read 40 books.
UPDATE: I am disappointed to report that the American Sociological Association did not follow this advice, and announced Kimmel as the winner of this award at their annual meeting award ceremony -- while falsely claiming that he was "unable" to be there. How the American Sociological Association can stop Michael Kimmel from winning the Jessie…
Abortion rights don't depend on fetuses not being human at all.
But why can't women embrace gender difference in things like speech patterns, and wield them in the service of equality?
When White women start saying things like “To every woman who gave birth to every taxpayer and citizen of this nation,” racism is often lurking nearby.