You've Come a Long Way, Baby

You've Come a Long Way, Baby

But gender gaps in work, home, and social life remain. How can men and women get on equal ground? Cover image: Wikimedia Commons

The Rise of the PhDiva

By Goal Auzeen Saedi Ph.D.
Is it time for a new wave of feminists?

Sexism is Alive and Well in Your Workplace

By Ronald E Riggio Ph.D.
Differential treatment? There's no male equivalent of "bitch."

AA’s Male Culture

By Stanton Peele
Does the dominance of men and male thinking in AA hurt women?

Is It Really the "End of Men?"

By Sherrie Bourg Carter Psy.D.
Women have made great gains, but on many levels significant inequalities remain

Why Women are Undercut in the Workplace

By Susan Newman Ph.D.
Strong cultural bias makes working women’s progress difficult.

A Madman's Revolutionary Misophonia Treatment Solution

By Wendy Aron
Is today’s greatest behavioral health app innovator in our midst?

Why We Have to Listen to the #YesAllWomen Movement

By Michael Friedman Ph.D.
And how discrimination against women should be a top public health priority

Sexist Women Bosses

By Peggy Drexler Ph.D.
Sexism is damaging to the idea of gender equity

When Dads do housework, girls have higher career aspirations

By Michael Ungar Ph.D.
It's not what dads say, it's what they do

Did Second-Wave Feminism Neglect the Single Woman?

By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
Where was the vision for a fulfilling life outside of marriage and motherhood?

Do Temporary Fixes Offer Lasting Change?

By Gregg McBride
Are we fooling ourselves and hindering our efforts with temporary changes?

Grief Shaming: Who Made You the Grief Police?

By Pamela Cytrynbaum
Mourn at your own pace. Whether your grief is 'complicated' or not, it's YOURS.

The Art of Getting Hubby to Do Half the Work

By Susan Heitler Ph.D.
Diplomatic ways to share household work and still preserve domestic tranquility.

Both Men and Women Prefer Working For a Male Boss

By Peggy Drexler Ph.D.
Do I want to work for a woman?

Why Do We Say Women Nag but Men Request?

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
So why are there no nagging husbands?

Leaning into Parenting Breaks Down Gender Stereotypes

By Kate Roberts Ph.D.
Parents who role model non-gender stereotypes raise less biased children.

The Way We Talk About Gender Can Make a Big Difference

By Christia S. Brown Ph.D.
Surprising findings about how we unknowingly build stereotypes

Can't See Eye to Eye? Here's Why

By Suzanne Degges-White Ph.D.
Eye contact may matter more to you than to your partner.

My Husband Resents My Higher Income

By Carl Alasko Ph.D.
How can I deal with his bitterness?

Gender Bender

By Aaron Cooper Ph.D.
What our kids can learn from us about gender role stereotypes

A Woman and Her Shoes

By Mark Borigini M.D.
Sexuality and pain courtesy of Bruno Frisoni and Walter Steiger.

Why Women Are the Superior Gender

By Clifford N Lazarus Ph.D.
In a Battle of the Sexes, Bet on the Women!

The Man in Your Life May Be Intimidating You to Be Pain-Free

By Mark Borigini M.D.
What a choice for some: a man, or an Advil. Move over post-coitus endorphins.

The Myth of Absentee Orgasms at the Top of the Org Chart

By Mark Borigini M.D.
Chronic gynecologic pain that impacts sexual relations, career or no.

Why Boys Belong in the Kitchen and Girls in the Garage

By Melissa Kirk
Gender stereotypes are outdated and harmful

Will We Ever Care About Boys?

By Mark Sherman Ph.D.
Years of attention to girls, but not boys, have left boys lagging.