Horror Director Karyn Kusama Thinks We're Living in an 'American Nightmare'
We spoke with the filmmaker about her new short in the 'XX' anthology, parenthood, and the films getting her through these rough times.
Inside the Making of 'XX,' the Horror Anthology Made Entirely by Women
With shorts from St. Vincent and Karyn Kusama, this all-women directed film is an antidote to Trump.
Why Are Sports Researchers So Scared of Menstruation?
We don't know how menstruation affects female athletes' performance, because studies don’t tend to track women throughout their cycles.
An Egg Freezing ‘Pop-Up Store’ Appears in London
A project presenting the facts of egg freezing reveals how little we actually know about it.
A Man and a Woman Sell the Exact Same Item on eBay; Guess Who Gets Paid More
There's a gender pay gap even on eBay.
Ada Lovelace and the Impossible Expectations We Have of Women in STEM
Why are we so obsessed with our female role models' personal flaws?
Memo Decries 'American, White, Male' Culture at Internet Engineering Task Force
If nothing else, it’s at least refreshingly honest.
Ada Lovelace Was the First Person to Understand the Real Potential of Computers
The Victorian mathematician's legacy goes beyond the first published computer program.
Why Is It Sexist to Say Women Are a Mystery?
Stephen Hawking said the mystery he found most intriguing is “women.” It’s a tired sexist trope.
These Computer Scientists Are Making a ‘Global Map of Sexism’
The Oxford Internet Institute launches a computational look at the Everyday Sexism Project.
Why Do Women Perform Worse on Science Questions Than Men?
A Pew survey revealed a gender gap in respondents' knowledge of science questions.
The Sciences Where Women Get as Much Funding as Men