Tonya L. Brito (Wisconsin): What We Talk About When We Talk About Matriarchy. Laura Rosenbury (WUSTL): Work Wives. Bryce Covert on the radical movement to close the gender wage gap that you’ve never heard of. Louise O'Shea on Marxism and women's liberation. Tired of capitalism? Try ecofeminism — economies undervalue “women’s work”, but are men to blame? You’re a woman, I’m a machine: Haley Mlotek on how self-help for the “working woman” isn’t helping. Nitasha Tiku on how to get girls into coding. Kat Stoeffel on closing Wikipedia’s gender gap — reluctantly. Amanda Hess on why women aren't welcome on the Internet. Virtual brutality: For many women, the Internet has become a pit of sexual harassment and death threats; government — and tech companies — can do something about it. Let’s be real: Online harassment isn’t “virtual” for women. Katie Heaney on what men don’t know about being a woman online. Jessica Valenti on the end of hisses, whistles and stares: we need to walk the streets without fear. Amanda Marcotte on how what's really happening with rape isn't “brainwashing”. Zerlina Maxwell on the insane (and hopeless) logic of #YesAllWomen critics. Chris Osterndorf on Lena Dunham and the history of calling women “sluts”. Are you a slut? That depends — are you rich? There's no such thing as a slut: A new longitudinal study examined how college students slut-shame — and found that the practice is as illogical as it is damaging. Who is a feminist now? Marisa Meltzer wonders. Kat Stoeffel on why it’s great that women say “I don’t know”. Feminism has just started (and it’s not stopping now): An excerpt from Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit (and more and more).