BY LAURA HOOBERMAN
Hibernating from the cold last month, I binge watched the excellent new docu-series Lorena. The series tells the story of Lorena Bobbitt, a domestic violence survivor…
BY MARISA RAGONESE
I had a baby three summers ago, and she’s been hanging around me a lot ever since. One of the best parts about this whole kid thing, at least for me, is the radical shift from how men used to look at and treat me, and the way they do now.
In April 2018, a New York Times article entitled “Sex, Sport and Why Track and Field’s New Rules on Intersex Athletes are Essential” was published, reporting on the IAAF’s new rules: only those with testosterone levels capable of being produced by ovaries can compete as women.
Sara McClelland, Associate Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies at University of Michigan talks to SGL about what could be possible if we allowed intimate demands to guide the political.