From Tenured Radical, what is our work? A three part series on feminist education. Martha Nussbaum reviews The Feminist Promise: 1792 to the Present by Christine Stansell. A review of Contesting Archives: Finding Women in the Sources. A look at how women are changing the face of philanthropy. Catching up on feminist theory: Bell Hooks. Can feminism thrive in fashion magazines? Despite the doubters, the editors of Flare, Elle, and Fashion believe women’s issues and fashion don’t have to be at odds with each other. Paxton Quigley on her book Armed & Female: Taking Control. Our hypersexual culture: Are sexually active women convincing themselves they are liberated? A look at why women make better politicians. For men and women in leadership positions usually occupied by the other gender, a single mistake is seen as evidence of incompetence. Scars and the mutilation of bodies are challenging and frightening for society, but while scars on men are often viewed as "tough" and "powerful", no such admirable qualities are assigned to the disfigurement of women’s bodies. Satoshi Kanazawa on why girls are more intelligent than boys, but men are more intelligent than women. In Hollywood movies, men and women are never "just friends". A look at what the presence of attractive young women can do to men. A look at 6 (wrong) questions men love to ask about women. New research finds confronting a man about his sexist language can have surprisingly positive results. Real men cry and do laundry: An anthropology of the new male self-improvement mags. An interview with Diane Torr, co-author of Sex, Drag, and Male Roles: Investigating Gender as Performance. A review of Manthropology: The Science of the Inadequate Modern Male by Peter McAllister.