This week’s roundup of our favorites from across the interwebs to help you make sense of men and women.
1. My Son Wears Dresses; Get Over It by Matt Duron of The Atlantic says: “A lot of marriages don’t survive raising a gender-creative son who is, statistically speaking, most likely going to be gay or transgender as an adult. I wish I could to talk to those men. I wish I could be there for their kids.”
2. College Students Cheer Sex Abuse by Mary Elizabeth Williams of Salon.com reports on a freshman week chant that shows how deep rape culture really goes.
3. No Pill? No Prob. Meet The Pullout Generation by Ann Friedman of The Cut, which reports on a large number of women today who “buy organic kale and all-natural cleaning products, and can’t quite get down with taking synthetic hormones every day.”
4. My Pink-Loving, Princess-Crazy Son by Lori Duron on The Daily Beast discusses the author’s trials and triumphs of raising a gender-nonconforming child.
5. The Six Ways We Talk About A Teenage Girl’s Age by Soraya Chemaly on Salon.com says the idea that a teen can be “older than her chronological age” puts young girls in danger.
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