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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"

2 weeks 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

The Atlantic Goes Free-Range!

Here’s the article everyone’s talking about, folks: “The Overprotected Kid,” by Hanna Rosin in The Atlantic. She chronicles all the things we talk about: The lack of free time kids have, the excess supervision, the need for adventure — the whole shebang, including interviews with many of the folks you’ve read about here: Peter Gray, (continue reading...)

Letting Go of Asperger's - not so fast!

John Elder Robison's thoughts on changes to the autism spectrum definition, the place of Asperger's, the value of DSM5, his new book RAISING CUBBY, and Hanna Rosin's recent Atlantic piece - Letting Go of Asperger's read more

New Study Confirms It: Breast-Feeding Benefits Have Been Drastically Overstated

A new study confirms what people like our own Hanna Rosin and Texas A&M professor Joan B. Wolf have been saying for years now: the benefits of breast-feeding have been overstated. The study, published in the journal Social Science &Show More Summary

An Aspie By Any Other Name

Hanna Rosin’s son Jacob was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome four months before it was expunged from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Rosin reflects on what gaining, and subsequently losing, a label for her son’s condition has meant: [A]lmost the minute we got the diagnosis, my resistance to labeling melted, and so did my husband’s. […]

Date Lab Editor Christina Antoniades Talks Culture, Politics and Love

2 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

Big fan of Date Lab? Yeah, we are too! This Thursday (as in two days from today!) Christina Antoniades, editor of The Washington Post’s Date Lab will join Hanna Rosin, editor of Slate’s section for women, Double X; New York magazine’s...Show More Summary

Gender pay gap: when you’ve lost Slate…

3 months agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

“You Know That ‘Women Make 77 Cents to Every Man’s Dollar’ Line? It’s Not True.” The long-refuted canard gave President Obama one of his biggest applause lines in the State of the Union address. [Hanna Rosin, Slate] More from, among many others, Diana Furchtgott-Roth and Cathy Young. Show More Summary

Stephen Glass Should Be a Lawyer

Stephen Glass, the disgraced New Republic journalist, and once my friend, lied to me most of the times we spoke. My wife Hanna Rosin was one of his closest confidantes at the New Republic, and he played her for a fool, too, and even tried to get her to defend his lies to the magazine's editor. Show More Summary

The Rosin Gambit

One-time OT-er-before-it-was-OT Fredrik deBoer weighed in recently on Hanna Rosin’s defense of the title of her book in Time magazine, which New Dealer spotlighted not long ago. His take on her provocative title is exactly what mine has always been, except I’ve never been able to put it to words so exactly: The Rosin Gambit…

How Drivel Like Hanna Rosin’s “Men Are Obsolete” Harms Both Men and Women

Scott Behson doesn't see the advancement of women as the degradation of men, and he thinks framing it that way is dangerous

The End of Men? Not Again!

by New Dealer Hanna Rosin has a piece in a recent issue of Time with five reasons that men are obsolete.[1] The piece seems to be done in response to an essay from Camille Pagila from mid-December arguing that men still are and will always be the dominant forces in the world.[2] However, this is…

The ‘genetic truth’ of Jesus’s (and Hanna Rosin’s) ‘classically Semitic appearance,’ as revealed to Jeffrey Goldberg

Inspired by the Santa-is-white claims of Fox News, Jeff Goldberg spreads his wings and explains that Jesus was, and writer Hanna Rosin is, 'classically semitic in appearance'

Are Feminists Keeping The Patriarchy Alive?

I read and largely enjoyed Hanna Rosin’s book, “The End of Men” last year. I didn’t quite agree with her conclusions that women were going to entirely surpass men in… The post Are Feminists Keeping The Patriarchy Alive? appeared first on Dating Coach - Evan Marc Katz. Show More Summary

"But are men, and the age-old power structures associated with 'maleness,' permanently in decline?"

"Or do men still retain significant control over the workplace, the family and society at large, including women?" A very lively debate on the proposition: "Be it resolved, men are obsolete…"Pro: Hanna Rosin, Maureen Dowd. Con: Caitlin...Show More Summary

U.K. Program Paying Moms to Breast-Feed. Perhaps We’ve Taken This Breast Milk Thing a Bit Too Far?

Four years ago, Slate’s own Hanna Rosin wrote in the Atlantic, “when people say that breast-feeding is ‘free,’ I want to hit them with a two-by-four. It’s only free if a woman’s time is worth nothing.” Well, a British study has now put a price on women’s time: £200. Show More Summary

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