Laura Kipnis

Ideological safe spaces make those on the left and the right more extreme.
This past year will be remembered as the year that freedom of speech (or the lack thereof) on U.S. campuses became international news.
Perhaps the greatest threat to academic freedom may be the Department of Education, which has promoted a definition of harassment so broad that cases like Laura Kipnis's are all but inevitable.
The student, who didn't want her name publicly revealed, said part of the reason she withdrew her complaint against Eisenman
"It doesn't serve the institutions and the entire academic community if they feel like they have to talk about the issue
In the wake of Kipnis' op-ed most folks, Schapiro included, have leapt to defend the overarching values of free speech. But, when Northwestern students marched in protest of Kipnis' op-ed (an act itself in the spirit of freedom of expression) Kipnis took to social media.
It is unfortunate that an opportunity for real conversation has been lost. How we can retain valuable aspects of sexual liberation
AMBIVALENCE IS RARELY, if ever, cast as a positive attribute in our culture. It's associated with indecision, a lack of commitment, weakness.
"Femininity" is women's past, and "feminism" is our present. What I mean by this is not what you might think -- I'm not pitting family and children against career and culture, or wanting a push-up bra versus wearing no bra.
If the seemingly serious and cerebral world of politics brings about all these scandals, why shouldn't the fun and fatuous circus of popular media lay them to rest?
Marriage is not for everyone, and people who want to stay single should not be targeted with singlism because of it.