Psychologist Sarah Murnen talks objectification, gender equality, and Miley Cyrus.
The singer's new foundation supports a good cause, but research suggests the endorsement will do more for Miley than it will for charitable funds.
A clinical psychologist argues that Nietzsche is better than any pop self-health book.
Carolyn Chernoff talks about "The Sociology of Miley Cyrus: Race, Class, Gender, and Media," which she'll be teaching this summer at Skidmore College.
From Madonna to Miley Cyrus, has there been any progress in this conversation about whether it’s feminist or anti-feminist for a women to use sex or nudity to sell her pop music?
Thoughts on femininity, Sinead O’Connor, Amanda Palmer, and the grand patriarchal bargain.
A 16-year-old from New Zealand might've just released the best pop album of the year. For some people, and for some reason, that's a problem.
We're already sexualizing our little ones with strident messages from their (barely) elders, sort of the top(less) down. France now wants to stop the process from the bottom up.