Chances are, you know someone who has misgivings about technology. Perhaps this person quit Facebook or downgraded from a smartphone. In Uncanny Valley: A Memoir, these same misgivings are voiced by a former Silicon Valley foot soldier.
Anna Wiener, now a writer for The New Yorker, draws on her anxiety-addled experiences working at several startups during her mid-20s. Her bosses were very young, hoodie-clad men. They ran companies fattened up with venture capital, eager to “disrupt” something...
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The toxic effect of verbal harassment in the office.
Abigail Hitchcock teaches residents of a Manhattan shelter to cook healthy dishes they can make cheaply and easily on their own.
“The problem is when you turn to an online community, you have no idea what information you’re really getting.”
Real women share their stories of struggling with sex addiction.
Elijah Stephens always knew something was different about him.
It was just as weird as it sounds.
You can see when you’ve successfully taught your daughter how to tie her shoes or make scrambled eggs. But knowing that you’ve raised her to make smart sexual choices and respect her body isn't quite so obvious.
An interview with the filmmakers behind the documentary "Audrie & Daisy."
Not only can your daughter handle honest, forthright communication about sex, experts say she's eager to learn. Here’s how to talk about sex with your teen, with minimal awkwardness for you both.