Hanna Rosin is an American journalist.Hanna Rosin is a co-founder of DoubleX, a women's site connected to the online magazine Slate. She is also a writer for The Atlantic. She has written for the Washington Post, The New Yorker, GQ and New York after beginning her career as a staff writer for The New Republic. Rosin has also appeared on Comedy Central's The Daily Show and The Colbert Report.. A character portrayed by actress Chlo Sevigny in the movie Shattered Glass about Rosin's colleague at The New Republic, Stephen Glass, was loosely based on Rosin.Rosin is writing a book based on her 2010 Atlantic story, "The End of Men." She gave a TED talk on the subject in 2010.
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As 2012 draws to a close, CJR writers brainstormed the year's best reads in their beats. Why Women Still Can't Have it All — The Atlantic, July/August 2012 Who Wears the Pants in This Economy? — New York Times Magazine, August 30, adapted from Hanna Rosin's book The End of Men Breasts, a nonfiction book.
✒Full marks to former toilers on the Times's axed science supplement, Eureka, as it was presumably intentional that their final edition on Thursday was called "Apocalypse – the disaster issue", with a volcano image providing a spectacular fiery cover. Two pages were allocated to the giant headline "Struck Down", and another to "Blown Away".
Time | Forbes | Slate Judging by the discussion about Time’s cover photo of a 3-year-old boy breastfeeding, you’d think that was the subject of the cover story. Well, sort of. The cover story is actually… Read more.
When The Atlantic's article "The End of Men" came out over a year ago, I, like many women, was irritated. But it took me a long time to understand why I found the article so grating.