The End of Gender

The End of Gender

The differences between men and women are nuanced, complex, and sometimes insignificant.Image from Shutterstock.

Where a Gender Spectrum May Be Taking Us

By Rosemary Joyce Ph.D.
Young people are refusing to be put in two gender boxes. What's next?

Why Mixed-Sex Sports Never Took Off

By Nigel Barber Ph.D.
Does sex undercut competition?

The 7 Worst Things About Being a Male

By Douglas T. Kenrick Ph.D.
The psychological burdens of carrying around a Y chromosome

The Stressed Sex

By Daniel Freeman, Ph.D. and Jason Freeman
Are rates of psychological disorder different for men and women?

Do Women Really Civilize Men?

By Adam Grant Ph.D.
Responding to NYT reader comments on "Why Men Need Women"

Bookshelf: Men Are Not the Enemy

By Lauren F. Friedman, Christopher Given, Matt Huston
First aid for the male reputation.

Finding Fathers

By Bruce Kluger

Why is the prospect of becoming a good father so intimidating?

How Gender Differences Make Decision-Making Difficulties

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Is it bias, negative stereotyping or reality to observe these gender differences

Women’s Intuition: Myth or Reality?

By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D.
Do women have some special ability?

Are Women Really More Compassionate?

By Emma M. Seppälä Ph.D.
Some people argue that women are kinder, but what does the data really show?

Is Sexual Stereotyping Affecting Your Relationship?

By Lisa Firestone Ph.D.
We like to think we've moved past gender bias. That may be wishful thinking.

Misconceptions about a Woman's Sexuality

By Lisa Firestone Ph.D.
Debunking the myths about what women want and don't want

End of Men: The "Feminization" of Psychotherapy

By Stephen A Diamond Ph.D.
Are we witnessing the extinction of male psychotherapists?

A Man's Drive for Muscularity and His Views about Women

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
The surprising ways that a man's body image reflects his attitudes toward women

Communication and Emotional Expression (Part 1): The Female Factor

By Lynne Soraya
Communication differences: Navigating the female world

The Triggers of Sexual Desire: Men vs. Women

By Leon F Seltzer Ph.D.
Part 1—Are Male Brains Hard-Wired to See Females as Sex Objects?

Gender 101

By Laurie Essig Ph.D.
Students come back to school more and less gendered all the time