You’ll want to devour Sally Rooney’s sophomore novel, ‘Normal People,’ in one sitting

Youth, love and cowardice are unavoidably intertwined in the book, which is anchored in campus life

I had my tubes tied at 20. People told me I’d regret it, but 10 years later, I still don’t.

Like many of my child-free friends, I just wasn’t interested in parenthood

This app claims it can improve your marriage. But can compatibility be programmed?

‘Remind me to express appreciation at 9 a.m.’ is a setting users can choose in Lasting

My fiancé tried to convince me I’d be happy as a housewife

But did I want to be one?

Amy Schumer spoke about her husband’s autism in a way that made me weep. Here’s why.

She destigmatized the broad spectrum disorder by discussing it in such a sensitive, thoughtful way

The case for grown-up slumber parties

The rituals of the childhood sleepover can prove rewarding for adults, too

No, Tinder isn’t really creating a ‘height verification tool.’ But why should we care if the man is taller than the woman?

Even as other gender norms change, height continues to be associated with masculinity

Can black women and white women be friends? Not until this changes.

When I ask black women why they have so few white female friends, their answers center on power and invisibility

These women care for their ailing husbands. They say dating other men is how they take care of themselves.

‘Unless someone has lived my life, they have no idea what it’s like’