If you yearn for the heady days of fall 2012, when Hanna Rosin led us in a national conversation about the imminent demise of the male race, you may want to check out a similar debate playing out in the U.K. this week. In a speech at the Demos think ... More »
No, The Onion. No, Hanna Rosin. A joke about beating a woman to death is not funny.
There’s been a lot of recent discussion recently about feminism’s supposed public relations problem. Both Hanna Rosin at Double X and Abigail Rine at the Atlantic have suggested we might want to abandon the “f-word” altogether. People like our ideas, they argue, but have negative associations with feminism. I appreciated Samhita’s recent intervention about creating [...]
Slate’s Mad Men TV Club writers Hanna Rosin and Seth Stevenson were on Facebook on Monday to chat with readers about the season six premiere. The following transcript has been edited for length and clarity.
As reported by Hanna Rosin in the Atlantic back in September (and blogged about here!) researchers who actually bothered to spend time with students on college campuses have discovered that the traditional narratives about the "hook-up culture" have it all wrong. Show More Summary
Parents end up treating tablets like precision surgical instruments, gadgets that might perform miracles for their child’s IQ and help him win some nifty robotics competition—but only if they are used just so. -- Hanna Rosin in "The Touch-Screen Generation"
Hanna Rosin recently chatted with developers of apps for children: I decided to ask some of the other developers who were also parents what their domestic ground rules for screen time were. One said only on airplanes and long car rides. Another said Wednesdays and weekends, for half an hour. The most permissive said half [...]
Here's an interview segment that I found embedded in Hanna Rosin's new Atlantic Magazine story, The Touch-Screen Generation, which will probably engage or appall you depending on your predisposition towards technology and your income level. Show More Summary
Nerd alert! I feel very “Lord of the Rings” whenever I read about the “fall” of men: dramatic, old fashioned, and spoken in Cate Blanchett’s voice. And the conversation (like the trilogy) seems never-ending. From Hanna Rosin’s book The End of Men to Charles Murray’s Coming Apart, everybody must add their two cents about why [...]
I know, I’m a little late to the game in reviewing Hanna Rosin’s “The End of Men”, which came out on September 11, 2012. That’s what happens when your day job is coaching smart, strong, successful women and your night job is being a good husband and father. And so it goes. As you may [...]Show More Summary
DoubleX co-founder and The End of Men author Hanna Rosin took to Reddit to answer reader questions and confront an ambush of angry dudebros on Wednesday. This transcript has been edited for clarity.
Hi. I’m Hanna Rosin, a writer for the Atlantic and an editor at Slate. I wrote The End of Men because I hate men. I really do. Of course I'm just saying that so that the angry commenters out there won't have to! (Who am I kidding, they're going to say it anyway.) I host Slate’s DoubleX Gabfest with Allison Benedikt and Noreen Malone. Show More Summary
Slate’s Editor David Plotz responded to questions on Tuesday about his favorite magazines, his marriage to Hanna Rosin, and his hatred of pandas during an “Ask Me Anything” on Reddit. This transcript has been edited for clarity.
Hanna Rosin criticizes Liza Long for writing about her mentally ill son: We have of course gotten used to mommy bloggers embarrassing their children, saying which child they like best or how much they drink while stuck at home doing...
Turns out The Atlantic was publishing conversation-starting (and Halloween-costume-inspiring) articles about women and gender centuries before writers like Hanna Rosin and Caitlin Flanagan were born. To celebrate the launch of the magazine's new gender issues vertical, the Sexes, Ashley Fetters has rounded up excerpts of dozens of Atlantic articles about ... More »
Even Slate Magazine’s feminist blog, Double X, which was co-founded by Hanna Rosin, who recently authored The End of Men, thinks the “binders full of women” meme is stupid. Amanda Hess wrote on October 17 that she “agree[s] that Romney’s...Show More Summary
We recently solicited your questions for Hanna Rosin, author of the new book The End of Men (and the Rise of Women). Here now are her replies, which include an explanation of the book's title and possible solutions to the wage gap. Thanks to everyone for playing along, and especially to Rosin for fielding so many of your good questions. Q. Show More Summary
Hanna Rosin's 'The End of Men' celebrates women's enormous strides in education and business. Why I can't don my party hat yet.
Black n Blue Boys/Broken Men, written and performed by Dael Orlandersmith (pictured) and directed by Chay Yew, runs September 29 - October 28, 2012 at Goodman Theatre. Hanna Rosin caused a storm of controversy with her book The End of...
A new book has come out, trumpeting men's demise. The End of Men, by American author Hanna Rosin, lists the many areas in which men are either useless or are trailing women: conception, education, the workplace. Who needs them now that we have IVF? Who needs them now that women outnumber them at universities and [...]