The Washington Post

News and analysis from around the world. Founded in 1877.

Kayla Epstein

Social Media Editor for National @WashingtonPost. Formerly of @GuardianUS. I like to write about politics, digital journalism, and the arts.

Washington Post

News and analysis from around the world. Founded in 1877.

Tanya Sichynsky

Social Media Editor for the Washington Post’s Financial Section.

Amy King

Editor in chief and creative director, The Lily

Latest Posts

Jamal Khashoggi: What the Arab World Needs Most Is Free Expression

The Arab world needs a modern version of the old transnational media so citizens can be informed about global events

Mitch McConnell and the Ancient Metaphor That Created Modern Sexism

How prehistorical developments pushed men to sideline women

He Was the Only Black Boy in His Class. His Life Changed the Day He Found out Why

Joseph VanderWaag was in fifth grade the first time he was called the n-word

As the Climate Worsens, Wealth Inequality Will, Too

Hurricanes are hitting our nation’s “have-nots” harder than anyone else

Transgender as an 11-Year-Old Middle School Student: ‘I. Am. A. Boy. That’s it.’

In a world that sorts kids by male or female, being a transgender middle school student is still difficult

Fact-Checking President Trump’s USA Today Op-Ed on ‘Medicare-for-All’

Virtually every sentence in the president’s op-ed contains a falsehood or a misleading claim

How to Be More Supportive During Sex When Your Partner Has a #MeToo Story

Before you get intimate, ask how you can help if they are triggered, dissociate or have a panic attack

‘Think of Your Sons’: What Parents Can Do About Sexual Assault in the #MeToo Era

Debate over the allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have some parents worried about their sons’ future


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