Katie Roiphe

"The entire editorial staff shared a feeling, and it was dismissed,” former managing editor Hasan Altaf said.
It doesn’t matter who compiled the list of sexual misconduct allegations in media. It matters that she had to.
In time, snark will likely run its course. For now snark, as well as the women who wield it, is here to stay.
In response to the hype surrounding Fifty Shades of Grey, Roiphe gained national prominence in 2012 with a Newsweek cover story about why sadomasochism is a feminist dream. The story went viral, and many feminists again called for her to be tied up and gagged.
Friends, this is very simple. If you don't want to go to other people's joyous ceremonies, don't go. If you don't want children, don't have them. If you don't want to get married, great! Save your money for retirement. I'm not judging you, so please do me the courtesy of not judging me.
Here’s a scene in my house: My almost 9-year-old is on the Internet doing something or other, and I am not standing over
1. Think of three to five things that conjure up your summer dream. It's the perfect fitted halter top worn at a summer pool
Today's man has barely earned the right to massage his partner's feet when she gets home from her 12-hour workday at the investment bank or the ER or the particle accelerator.
Why, when the women's movement aimed to liberate us from being sexually objectified and degraded, are so many women objectifying and degrading themselves?
There is no connection between the theme of submission/dominance and women's "possible" discomfort with economic successes and power.