Share If You Agree: Fake News is Inside the Walls

We live in a pics-or-it-didn’t-happen, #breaking, news-of-the-moment society—one in which the long view has become unfashionable. Read more »

Risk/Reward: What if Sex-Ed Taught Teens About the Positive Parts of Sex, Too?

How different would sex-ed be if it talked about pleasure? A new psychology study shows that many teens benefit from having sex. Read more »

Tuning In : How a New Generation is Schooling Itself on Sexuality

In a society where the quality of sex education in schools is hodgepodge at best and shifts depending on political whims, YouTube is a dynamic, democratic space for discussions of gender and sexuality.   Read more »

Electric Youth : Eight Activists Who Are Sparking Change Right Now

Young activists, artists, and changemakers to look out for. Read more »

The Kids Are Not All Right: Ideas for How Our Next President Should Fix Our Screwed Up Childcare System

Childcare is a reproductive justice issue. Right now, it’s not affordable for many Americans.  Read more »

Middle School Students Push for a Gender-Neutral Dress Code—And Win

Policing the length of shorts and skirts takes girls out of class. But Portland Public Schools just passed a student-written dress code they hope will be a model for the nation.  Read more »

At Southern Colleges, Students Challenge History and Tradition as They Demand Change

For students torn between love for their home and the toxicity of “Southern pride,” rebellion is by no means new.  Read more »

Thanks Obama: The Future of American Sex-Ed May Not Include Abstinence-Only Funding

One of the president's legacies will hopefully be making sex-ed funding based on evidence, not abstinence. Read more »

Redefining Required Reading: Where Are Trans Women Writers in the Classroom?

Trans women writers are rarely part of the academic canon in either literature or gender-studies classes, despite publishing numerous ground-breaking books over the past decade.  Read more »

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