A new generation of kick-ass heroines has experts worried about a rise in teen girl violence. But are their fears overblown?
Dr. Peggy Drexler is the author of Our Fathers, Ourselves: Daughters, Fathers, and the Changing American Family. She is an assistant professor of psychology at Weill Medical College of Cornell University and a former Gender Scholar at Stanford University.
Critics are wrong to call out the New York Times for writing a piece about the temper of the women aiming to become the city’s first female mayor, writes Peggy Drexler.
Sheryl Sandberg cries at work. So do a lot of people—even men! Peggy Drexler breaks down the do’s and don’ts of getting weepy with your coworkers.
Blame the worker bees, too. Intolerance among women is entirely mutual, writes Peggy Drexler, and it isn’t getting us anywhere.