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Sexting and Gender

November 18, 2014. Posted by Jay Livingston I Much of Hanna Rosin’s recent Atlantic article “Why Kids Sext” plays on the generational divide. Parents get understandably upset about something that kids see as just another part of social life. Show More Summary

Revisiting Stephen Glass

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In 1998, it was revealed that The New Republic writer Stephen Glass had fabricated many of the stories he had written for the magazine. Sixteen years down the road, Hanna Rosin, a colleague and friend from the New Republic days, writes...Show More Summary

The New Republic Turns 100

The New Republic is 100 years old and yet it doesn’t look a day over 23. The first TNR was published November 7, 1914. To celebrate its birthday, TNR has published a special centennial issue featuring content from Hanna Rosin, Hendrik...Show More Summary

Twitter chat: Should teen sexting be a felony?

Photo by Getty Images. In a cover story in this month’s The Atlantic, Hanna Rosin tackled the question of “Why Kids Sext.” According to Rosin’s article, surveys have found that approximately one-third of children in their upper teens...Show More Summary

"The men who are sitting in their offices or in cafes watching this video will... be able to comfortably assure themselves that they don’t have time to sit on hydrants..."

"... in the middle of the day and can’t properly pronounce 'mami.' They might do things to women that are worse than catcalling, but this is not their sin." Says Hanna Rosin, analyzing the racial politics of that woman-walking-down-the-street viral video.

PBS NewsHour and The Atlantic Partner to Broadcast Cover Stories

The Atlantic and PBS NewsHour announced this morning that they are collaborating to bring stories from the magazine to the news broadcast. The first premieres tonight with NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff and The Atlantic‘s Hanna Rosin, whose...Show More Summary

The Atlantic Partners with PBS NewsHour

3 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

The Atlantic is partnering with PBS’ NewsHour to produce broadcast adaptation’s of the magazine’s work. The series begins tonight, with NewsHour co-anchor Judy Woodruff and The Atlantic’s Hanna Rosin discussing Rosin’s cover story on...Show More Summary

Abortion Rights Without Apology

Katha Pollitt has a fantastic looking new book about abortion rights coming out. This, in turn, has led to some excellent writing from Laurie Abraham, Hanna Rosin, Lindsay Beyerstein, and Jill Filipovic. I liked Rosin’s open in particular: I had an abortion. I was not in a libertine college-girl phase, although frankly it’s none of […]

Rosin: Abortion is a Positive Social Good

Hanna Rosin, Slate: I had an abortion. I was not in a libertine college-girl phase, although frankly it's none of your business. I was already a mother of two, which puts me in the majority of American women who have abortions. Six out...Show More Summary

Hanna Rosin on her book’s cameo in “Orange is the new Black”: It’s really funny to see it distorted in this paranoid world

"The End of Men" makes a brief appearance in the Netflix series. Rosin, needless to say, got quite a kick out of it

Healy Laments 'The End Of Men' On 'Orange Is The New Black,' As Only A Prison Guard Can

"Orange Is The New Black" is nothing if not culturally relevant. Two years after the book's publication, Hanna Rosin's The End Of Men has made it to prison -- specifically into correctional officer Sam Healy's office at Litchfield penitentiary. (Minor...Show More Summary

Watch the Men’s Rights Rant on Orange Is the New Black

5 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Maybe it's only logical that long hours in a women's prison would turn a guy into a lesbian-conspiracy theorist. But it's still delightful to watch Orange Is the New Black guard Healy pull out a copy of Hanna Rosin's The End of Men in order to prove his point. Watch... More »

Why Parents Are So Afraid: The Overprotected Kid Syndrome

Last month Hanna Rosin penned a much-discussed article entitled "The Overprotected Kid," lamenting how parents have worked mightily to strip virtually every perceived risk from childhood without actually making childhood that much safer. Show More Summary

HANNA ROSIN DEMONSTRATES what feminist “rape culture” looks like. What do you mean, “victim?” He g…

HANNA ROSIN DEMONSTRATES what feminist “rape culture” looks like. What do you mean, “victim?” He got attention from “pretty girls!”

Who defines what is victimhood... when the target of sadistic pranks is somewhere on the autism spectrum?

Hanna Rosin describes a teenage boy and the pretty girls who are being prosecuted, whom he would still like to see as friends.For a boy like Michael, wooing a girl, winning her trust and then trying to participate in her pranks, even while they made him uncomfortable and put him in some danger, took courage. Show More Summary

The End of Men, in one chart

A few years ago, journalist Hanna Rosin wrote a seminal book and cover story in Atlantic magazine about how women are faring better in the modern economy than men. The main reason: Women are disproportionately represented in service professions, which are less vulnerable to automation and offshoring than male-dominated industries like manufacturing and construction. Rosin […]

"Today, female infidelity is the biggest challenge to the male-dominated status quo"

8 months agoOdd : The Hairpin

by Jia Tolentino This conversation between Hanna Rosin and therapist Esther Perel (who "accepts only patients who are involved in affairs, and the vast majority of them, she says, are 'content' in their marriages") is fascinating. "Very often we don’t go elsewhere because we are looking for another person," says Perel. Show More Summary

Lord Of The Slides

by Katie Zavadski Hanna Rosin doesn’t remember being under constant surveillance as a kid, but today’s children are rarely away from watchful adults when it comes to the outdoors: It’s hard to absorb how much childhood norms have shifted in just one generation. Actions that would have been considered paranoid in the ’70s—walking third-graders to […]

To Play or Not to Play? It’s a Management Question, Really

This week we're going to talk about play, in three takes. Seriously. First is the aforementioned Atlantic feature by Hanna Rosin that's less a diatribe about helicopter parenting (my fear, given the title) and more a historical and organizational look at how kids spend their free time. Rosin notes

"A preoccupation with safety has stripped childhood of independence, risk taking, and discovery—without making it safer."

That's the subhead of a new Atlantic article by Hanna Rosin — head: "The Overprotected Kid" — which is actually mostly about a playground in North Wales that's really not the sort of thing Americans would accept in their towns:The ground...Show More Summary

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