A Time writer reads her favorite insults aloud.
As the debates over free speech vs. hate speech on the internet gets hotter, a TIME writer shares some of her favorite online insults.
As shopping season heats up, a viral video about an engineering toy for girls has parents questioning whether more toys should be gender-neutral
With summer vacation about to start, kids will inevitably spend even more time online. So here are some tips for making sure they’re only seeing what’s appropriate for them.
“The biggest difference” about being raised by two women, says Wahls, “is that I’m really good at putting the seat down.”
Young girls are asking strangers on the Internet to weigh in on their looks. As one commenter writes, shouldn’t they be busy playing with dolls?
Late-night shows are, by definition, irreverent, but Jimmy Kimmel may have taken it a bit far last week when he challenged parents to record themselves telling their kids that they’d binged on all their Halloween candy.
Much of the nation has spent seven minutes watching slack-jawed as a Texas judge beat his teenage daughter with a belt in a YouTube video that’s burning up the blogosphere. The video, made in 2004, was recorded with a hidden …
First things first: I’m jealous. Katie Clem has a 6-year-old daughter. So do I. Her little girl is earning thousands of dollars for her. Mine is not. This week, The New York Times chronicled the uncanny world we live in, where a …
One of my favorite children’s books, Before You Were Born, recounts the legend of the angel Lailah, whom rabbinic lore has accompanying babies in utero, sharing the history of their souls. When they’re born, Lailah touches …
Cyberbullying is back in the news, most recently because of a so-called “smut list” published online that targeted 100 teenage girls, some as young as 14, for being promiscuous.
Taking a pregnancy test can make a woman’s heart race. Some test-takers are desperate to see two lines or a plus sign — any indication that big changes lie nine months down the road. Others are just as desperate for chemical …
It may be Friday, but it’s doubtful that 13-year-old Internet sensation Rebecca Black is excitedly singing about wanting to party in her car right now.