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Essays:

  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “Why Trolls Spammed a College’s Rape Reporting System.” Salon, December 19. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “American Men’s Hidden Crisis: They Need More Friends!” Salon, December 7. (link, re-printed at Alternet)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “Four Things that Lower Your Testosterone.” Salon, September 19. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “Sex Shocker! Men and Women Aren’t that Different.” Salon, September 18. (link, re-printed at Alternet)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “Seven Surprising Discoveries about Sex.” Alternet, September 18. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “Yes, Let’s Talk about Race and IQ.” Politico, August 22. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013.  “5 Reasons Your ‘Sexual Peak’ Might be Fake.” Salon, August 14. (link; re-printed at Alternet)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. The Hookup Elites. Slate, July 19. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. The Hookup Culture Bogeyman. Los Angeles Times, May 30. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “The Growing Cost of Having Kids Is Tipping More Women Towards Ambivalence about Motherhood.” Alternet, May 6. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “The Orgasm Gap: The Real Reason Women Get Off Less Often Than Men and How to Fix It.” AlterNet, April 3. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “High Heels Hurt Like Hell: Do Women Wear Them to Signify Class and Status?” AlterNet, February 28. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2011. Sex on Campus: As Bad as Sex Anywhere Else. The Mark. July 9. (link)

 

Radio and Podcast:

  • Daugherty, Sandra. 2014.  “Hookup Culture and History.” Sex Nerd Sandra, July 16.(link)
  • Wolfson, Carl. 2014. “Untitled.” Carl in the Morning. July 3. (link)
  • Peterson, Jesse Lee. 2014. “Untitled.” The Jesse Lee Peterson Show. April 16. (link)
  • Bennett, Jill. 2014.  The Weekend Morning News. CKNW AM980, April 6.
  • Boston Public Radio Staff. 2014. “More Bromance Needed.” Boston Public Radio, January 13. (link)
  • Mendes, Pedro. 2014. “A Man’s Best Friend.” Canadian Broadcasting Company’s Man Up: Being the Best Man You Can Be, January 10. (link)
  • Gross, Gil. 2013. “Untitled.” KKSF’s Gil Gross Show, December 19.
  • Prescott, Virginia. 2013. “Sociologist to Dudes: Man Up and Make Some Friends.” Word of Mouth on New Hampshire Public Radio, December 18. (link)
  • Cardin, Joy. 2013. “Male Friendships Not Close Enough.” The Joy Cardin Show on Wisconsin Public Radio, December 12. (link)
  • Mantle, Larry. 2013. “GoldieBlox Aims to Build a New Generation of Girl Engineers.” KPCC Airtalk, November 26. (link)
  • Davis, Katherine. 2013. “On Halloween, Some Women Seek Alternatives to Super Sexy Costumes.” Annenberg Radio News, October 31. (link)
  • Green, Kyle. 2013. “Lisa Wade on Sociological Images.” The Society Pages Office Hours, October 14. (link)
  • Ballen, Lynn. 2013. “Why Are a Bunch of Colleges Being Sued and Reported to the Federal Government under Title IX.” KPFK Feminist Magazine, April 30. (link)
  • Ferrett, Rob. 2012. “At Issue with Ben Merens.” Wisconsin Public Radio, December 18. (link)
  • Roope, Jim. 2012. “The Teenage ‘Pressure Cooker.’” CNN Soundwaves, August 16. (link)
  • Lageson, Sarah. 2012. “Lisa Wade and Gwen Sharp on Public Sociology.” The Society Pages Office Hours, June 11. (link)
  • Mantle, Larry. 2012. “Booted from Children’s Section of Barnes & Noble for Being a Man?” KPCC Airtalk. June 5. (link)
  • Cooper, Blake. 2012. “Sex, Death, and Morals in Horror.” Sounds Familiar, June 1. (link)
  • Good, Bill. 2012. “The Bill Good Show.” CKNW, January 3. (link)
  • Good, Bill. 2011. “The Bill Good Show.” CKNW, August 18. (link)
  • Johnson, Kjerstin. 2010. “Use Your Imagination: An Interview with the Women of Sociological Images.” Bitch Media, September 7. (link)
  • Szekely, Les. 2010. “Les in the Morning.” WEOL AM 930, March 16.
  • Hout, Michael. 2009. “Higher Education Today.” The Society Pages Office Hours, June 7. (link)
  • Smajda, Jon. 2009. “Sociological Images and the Epidemiology of Highways.” The Society Pages Office Hours, January 19. (link)

 

Television/Documentary/Livecasts:

  • Vaaz, Shaheen. 2014. “Dirty Talk.” DVD. Los Angeles: World Kin Ensemble. (link)
  • Pivot TV. 2014. “Superstimulus.” Take Part Live, April 17. (link)
  • Pivot TV. 2013. “Millennial Behavior.” Take Part Live, November 26. (excerpt)
  • Pivot TV. 2013. “Modern Sexuality and ‘The Square.’” Take Part Live, November 4. (link)
  • Pivot TV. 2013. “Pinkwashing and the Greatest Bad Movie Ever.” Take Part Live, October 7. (link)
  • Bloomberg News. 2013. “Colleges Under Fire for Sexual Assault Procedures.” Bloomberg Businessweek Videos, June 13. (link)
  • Taboo. 2013. “Strange Bonds.” National Geographic Channel, June 11.
  • Huffington Post.  2013. “Farm Bill Provides Massive Subsidies to Wealthy.” Huffington Post Live, June 6. (link)
  • Huffington Post. 2013. “The ‘Do What You Love’ Sham.” Huffington Post Live, May 30. (link)
  • Metzler, Ryan. 2013. “New”clear Family.” Documentary, April 24. (link)
  • Santa Monica City TV. 2013. No Title. Broad Topics, April 22, re-aired June 17.
  • Huffington Post. 2013. “I Have ‘Evolved.’” Huffington Post Live, April 9. (link)
  • NBC Southern California. 2012. “Expert: Too-Sexy Costumes Send Wrong Message” NBC4 News at 5p.m., October 29. (link)
  • MTV. 2011. “Hook Up Culture on Campus.” Impact, September 26. (link)

Interviews:

  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “What Do You Use to Get Stuff Done?” UseThis, October 3. (link)
  • Styles, Ruth. 2013. “Still Frisky at 50! Age-Related Sexual Peaks a Myth That Just Hold Us Back in the Sack, Says Leading Sociologist.” The Daily Mail, August 23. (link)
  • Wade, Lisa. 2013. “Lisa Wade, PhD.” What Are All the PhDs? June 9. (link)
  • Mclaughlin, Claire M. 2012. “15 Questions with Lisa Wade.” Harvard Crimson, March 7. (link)
  • Martin, Ben. 2012. “Harvard University Sex Week, Interview with Sex Week Speaker Lisa Wade.” February 1.  (link)
  • Privot, Ben. 2011. “Lisa Wade And Consensual Narratives.” The Consensual Project, June 27. (link)
  • Megginson, Tom. 2011. “Five Pointed Questions: Dr. Lisa Wade & Dr. Gwen Sharp.” Change Marketing, March 7. (link)

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Instances Used as a Source in Print and Online News and Opinion:

  • Dahl, Melissa. 2014. “White pickup drivers are paying $5,000 to pollute more.” Science of Us at New York Magazine, July 24.
  • Demby, Gene. 2014. “Dress Codes are Open to Interpretation — And a Lot of Contention. NPR, July 10.
  • Kingston, Anne. 2014. “Stick Family Feud.” Maclean’s, May 30.
  • Waldman, Katy. 2014. “What’s So Lame about ‘Girly’ Drinks?” Slate, May 1.
  • Lallanilla, Marc. 2014. Misleading Gun-Death Chart Draws Fire. Livescience, April. 23.
  • Spencer, Kyle. 2014. “Free to Be Mean: Does This Student Satire Cross the Line?” New York Times, April 10.
  • Harris, Misty. 2014. “Why Gendered Products Not Only Persist, but Thrive.” The Star Phoenix, April 3.
  • Harris, Misty. 2014. “Little Boy Blue: Why Gendered Products Not Only Persist but Thrive.” Vancouver Sun, April 2.
  • Holohan, Meghan. 2014. “Barbie on Her Swimsuit Cover: Don’t Dismiss ‘Pretty’ Girls.” Today, February 19.
  • Grinberg, Emanuella. 2014. “Barbie Strikes an ‘Unapologetic’ Pose.” CNN, February 15.
  • Robertson, Adi. 2014. “Barbie’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Campaign is #Unapologetic Trolling.” The Verge, February 12.
  • Oliveira, Graziele. 2014. “A Nova Luta das Mulheres” [The New Women’s Struggle]. Época, February 6.
  • Lieberman, Charlotte. 2014. “Why is College Dating so Screwed Up?” Cosmopolitan, February 3.
  • Manfred, Tony. 2014. “Why There’s Almost No Difference Between Men and Women in Ski Jumping.”  San Francisco Gate, February 3.
  • Shire, Emily. 2014. “People Who Have Had Rebound Sex Tell Us Why It Is Awesome.” The Daily Beast, January 31.
  • Tam, Ruth. 2014. “Activists Applaud White House Effort to Fight Campus Rapes.” The Washington Post, January 25.
  • Brown, Elizabeth Nolan. 2014. “Girls Toys Have Gotten a Whole Lot Girlier Since Your 1980s or 1990s Childhood.” Bustle, January 18.
  • Abraja, Magdalene. 2014. “The Dreaded Question: What Do You Want to be When You Grow Up?”  The Independent, January 15.
  • Blow, Charles. 2014. “Sex is Not Our Problem.”  New York Times, January 10.
  • Shanahan, Morgan. 2014. “Putting on the Pounds, in Photoshop: Airbrushed Deception Works Both Ways. Babble, January 10.
  • Stampler, Laura. 2014. “Advertising’s New Favorite Demo: The Horny Mom.” Time, January 8.
  • Kotz, Deborah. 2014. “Reality Check: Models are Photoshopped to Make Them Look Fatter.” Boston Globe, January 8.
  • Weinstein, Adam. 2013. “‘Men’s Rights’ Trolls Spammed Us with 400 Fake Rape Reports.” Gawker, December 18.
  • Kamm, Rebecca. 2013. “The Male Friendship Crisis.” New Zealand Herald, December 18.
  • Waldman, Katy. 2013. “Society Causes Men to be Friendless.” Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel, December 15.
  • Waldman, Katy. 2013. “Misguided Notions of Masculinity Leave Men Friendless.” Press of Atlantic City, December 13.
  • Waldman, Katy. 2013. “Perspective: Why Men are Friendless.” The Chicago Tribune, December 11.
  • Sullivan, Andrew. 2013. “Straight, Male, and Lonely.” The Dish, December 11.
  • Basu, Rekha. 2013. “Basu: U.S. Men Must Embrace Their Friends, Literally.” Des Moines Register, December 10.
  • Waldman, Katy. 2013. “Men Suffer from Social Taboo Against Guy Friendships: Slate Opinion.” The Oregonian, December 10.
  • Waldman, Katy. 2013. “Society Tells Men that Friendship is Girly. Men Respond by Not Having Friends.” Slate, December 9.
  • Hayoun, Massoud. 2013. “GoldieBlox: Engineering Toy for Girls ‘Not that Radical.’” Al Jazeera America, November 22.
  • Gianatasio, David. 2013. “Hunkvertising: The Objectification of Men in Advertising.” AdWeek, October 7.
  • Marcotte, Amanda. 2013. “Why Are Girls Losing Self-Esteem During College?” The Daily Beast, September 29.
  • Leão, Gabriel. 2013. “Mudanças Para as Mulheres das Lutas” [Changes in the World of Fighting Women]. Terceiro Tempo, August 28.
  • Tate, Ryan. 2013. “Google Glass Reborn as Something You’d Actually Want to Wear.” Wired, August 19.
  • Hatcher-Mays, Meagan. 2013. “Great News for Ladies Who Like Sexing: ‘Sexual Peaks’ are Nonsense.” Jezebel, August 15.
  • Alpert, Emily. 2013. “Study Dispels Notions of ‘No-Holds Barred’ Sex on Campus.” Los Angeles Times, August 12.
  • Young, Cathy. 2013. “Hookup Culture – Great Publicity, but Not That Popular.” Minding the Campus, Reforming Our Universities, August 4.
  • Robertson, Adi. 2013. “How Feminism and Commercialism Combined to Make ‘Camp Gyno’ a Viral Hit.” The Verge, August 2.
  • Dockterman, Eliana. 2013. “What Everyone’s Getting Wrong about the Ivy League Hookup Culture.” TIME Ideas, July 23.
  • Staff. 2013. “Black College Kids Less Likely to ‘Hook-Up.’” Ebony, July 23.
  • Dries, Kate. 2013. “Hookup Culture is a Thing Rich White Kids Do.” Jezebel, July 22.
  • Abad-Santos, Alexander. 2013. “Hooking Up in College is Only for the White, Rich, and Drunk.” The Atlantic Wire, July 19.
  • Sullivan, Andrew. 2013. “The Badass Flight Attendants of Asiana 214.” The Dish, July 9.
  • Ogilvie, Jessica. 2013. “Rape at Occidental College: Official Hush-Up Shatters Trust.” LA Weekly, June 27.
  • Leopold, Todd. 2013. “What’s So Funny About Rape Jokes.” CNN, June 26.
  • Dolan,Eric. 2013. “Professor: ‘Follow Your Dreams’ is Cruel Advice.” The Raw Story. June 2.
  • Manes, Heather. 2013. “Occidental Professor Lisa Wade Thinks Telling Graduates To Follow Their Dreams Is Cruel Advice.” Opposing Views, June 2.
  • Doctorow, Cory. 2013. “Excellent Advice for Grads.” Boing Boing, June 2.
  • Staff. 2013. “Occidental Faculty Stands Up for Victims of Sexual Assault.” VitaminW, May 7.
  • Kingkade, Tyler. 2013. “Occidental Faculty ‘No Confidence’ Vote Rebukes Administrators for Handling of Sexual Assault.” The Huffington Post, May 6.
  • Bonar, Samantha. 2013. “Study: Women Don’t Choose STEM Careers Despite Their Skills.” Tech Page One, May 3.
  • Seltzer, Sarah. 2013. “Campus Rape Horror Stories Persist: How Can We Change the Status Quo?” Alternet, April 23.
  • Hess, Amanda. 2013. “Hooking Up Isn’t Hot or Bothering” Tampa Bay Times, April 6.
  • Hess, Amanda. 2013. “Hooking Up – Or Down?” Winnipeg Free Press, April 6.
  • Hess, Amanda. 2013. “Abstinence is Not the Radical Solution to Hookup Culture.” Slate, April 1.
  • Mirk, Sarah. 2013. “How Not to Handle a College Sexual Assault.” Bitch Media, March 12.
  • Minor, Nate. 2013. “Nature vs. Nurture, Continued: Throwing ‘Like a Girl.’” MPR News, February 21.
  • Sullivan, Andrew. 2013. “Profiting Off Prisoners, Ctd.” The Dish, February 1.
  • Morse, David. 2013. “In a Culture of Mass Shootings, the Ad Industry Shares the Blame.” Ad Age, January 3.
  • Staiti, Chris. 2012. “Ivy League Cracks Down as Students Spiral Out of Control.” Bloomberg Business News, December 6.
  • Molin, Anna. 2012. “In Sweden, Playtime Goes Gender-Neutral For Holidays.” The Wall Street Journal, November 28.
  • Akl, Aida. 2012. “Stereotypes Deter Women From Becoming Scientists” Voice of America, November 18.
  • Hoffman, Adam. 2012. “Hookup Culture Not as Prevalent as Believed, Study Shows.” The Brown Daily Herald, November 16.
  • Delgado, Valeria. 2012. “Halloween Costumes and Defining the Line Between Playful, Offensive.” USA Today, October 31.
  • Frauenfelder, Mike. 2012. “Sociological Images Annual Halloween ‘Sexy What!’ Post.” Boing Boing, October 31.
  • Samakow, Jessica. 2012. “Girls’ Halloween Costumes, Then And Now: The Evolution From Silly To ‘Sexy.’” Huffington Post, October 28.
  • Reyes, Julian. 2012. “In Search of Balance: Can Families Both Embrace and Overcome the Internet?” Deseret News, September 9.
  • Sullivan, Andrew. 2012. “The Gender Revolution For Boys.” The Dish, August 15.
  • Sullivan, Andrew. 2012. “The Creation Of Color.” The Dish, August 7.
  • Sloan, Jacob. 2012. “The Real Threat Posed By Counterfeit Goods.” Disinformation, July 24.
  • Staff. 2012. “Women Deserve Spankings According To Old ‘Daily Mirror’ News Clipping.” Huffington Post, July 10.
  • Doctorow, Cory. 2012. “Mitt Romney Doesn’t Know How Venn Diagrams Work.” Boing Boing, July 6.
  • West, Lindy. 2012. “More Than Half the Country Has “No Doubt” That God Is Real.” Jezebel, June 25.
  • Doll, Jen. 2012. “The Summer of Objectification Has Apparently Begun.” The Atlantic, June 25.
  • Gutierrez, Lis. 2012. “Across Pop Culture, it’s the Summer of Lust by Women.” Kansas City Star, June 25.
  • Streep, Peg. 2012. “Finding Anastasia Steele.” Psychology Today, May 14.
  • Streep, Peg. 2012. “Looking for Christian Grey.” Psychology Today, May 7.
  • Newitz, Annalee. 2012. “Doctors Say Fat People Can Live as Long as Thin Ones.” IO9, April 17.
  • Quenqua, Douglas. 2012. “On Campus, Opening Up Conversations About Sex.” New York Times, April 16.
  • Staff. 2012. “Professor Reports that Focusing on Our Flaws is Ruining Sex.” Sun Herald, March 31.
  • Shkuratoc, Marina. 2012. “Wade Discusses Pitfalls of Hook-Ups.” The Dartmouth, March 30.
  • Gong, C. C. 2012. “Expert: Anxiety Ruins Sex.” The Harvard Crimson, March 29.
  • Molarsky-Beck, Marina. 2012. “Students Flock to ‘Hooking Up on Campus’ Event.” The Harvard Crimson, March 27.
  • Nielson, Sorrel L. 2012. “Hook-up Culture Leaves Students Wanting.” The Harvard Crimson, March 27.
  • Urban, Annie. 2012. “From Toddlers and Tiaras to Sext Up Kids: A Dangerous Path.” PhD In Parenting, March 20.
  • Edwards, Jim. 2012. “Three Decades of Thin: How The Fashion Business Promotes Anorexia.” Business Insider, March 7.
  • Armour, Shannon. 2012. “Is Disney’s Princess Candy Packaging Insensitive?” Phoenix New Times, March 6.
  • Staff. 2012. “Disney’s Black Princess Selling Watermelon Candy: ‘Racist’?” The Week, March 6.
  • Chou, Jessica. 2012. “Disney Places First Black Princess on Watermelon Candy Packet.” The Daily Meal, March 5.
  • Forsyth, Jim. 2012. “”Sleeping Mexican” Proposed Mural Draws TX Protest.” Reuters, March 3.
  • Cleverly, Bill. 2012. “Hunters Touted as Answer to Farmers’ Deer Troubles.” Times Colonist, February 28.
  • Grenier, Anya. 2012. “Panel Discusses Body Image, Sex.” Yale Daily News, February 7.
  • O’Neill, Claire. 2012. “A Lens On Life In The Kentucky Hollows.” National Public Radio, January 26.
  • Polo, Susana. 2012. “Legos for Girls: A Reprise.” The Mary Sue, January 10.
  • Considine, August. 2011. “Giving Santa a Bad Name.” New York Times, December 22.
  • DelVecchio, Marina. 2011. “Becoming a Wife.” Her Circle, December 21.
  • Khan, Misha. 2011. “Hooking Up in College.” Navigator, October 13.
  • Walsh, Susa. 2011. “89% of College Students Hate Hookup Culture.” Hooking Up Smart, October 7.
  • Sagers, Aaron. 2011. “Nerds and Hipsters: The Yin and Yang of American Subcultures.” CNN, August 31.
  • Golden, Serena. 2011. “Sociologists in Sin City.” Inside Higher Ed, August 26.
  • Heldman, Caroline. 2011. “A Cheerleader’s Rape in Silsbee, Texas: The Victim on Trial.” Ms. Magazine, August 15.
  • Angyal, Chloe. 2011. “Quick Hit: Lisa Wade on the Real Problem with Hooking Up in College.” Feministing, July 27.
  • Fly, Jessica. 2011. “Australian Supermodel With a Twist?” Newsy, June 1.
  • Feran, Tim. 2011. “Abercrombie’s Padded Bikini for Preteens Stirs Up Fuss.” Columbus Dispatch, March 29.
  • Braiker, Brian. 2011. “Born This Way: Childhood Photos of Gay Adults.” ABC News, February 25.
  • Hare, Breeanna. 2011. “Parents: Disney’s ‘Princess’ is a Hop Toward Progress.” CNN, February 1.
  • Walker, Rob. 2010. “Stats Appeal.” New York Times, November 7.
  • Zerbisias, Antonia. 2010. “Is Vogue Italia’s Oil-Themed Fashion Shoot Slick or Crude?” The Star, August 10, 2010.
  • Abdelkader, Rima. 2010. “What Sex Is Your Crossing Light? Check the Mural.” Women’s News, March 16.
  • Blake, Heidi. 2010. “Walmart Under Fire for Selling Black Barbies at Half Price of White Dolls.” Telegraph, March 11.
  • Gomstyn, Alice. 2010. “Black Barbie Sold for Less Than White Barbie at Walmart Store.” ABC News, March 9.
  • Yang, Jeff. 2009. “Monkey Business: Defenders of Controversial Chimp Cartoon Walk Familiar, if Dubious, Line.” San Francisco Chronicle, February 29.
  • Myron, Galia. 2008. “Not a Sex Kitten, Yet Not a Cougar.” Demo Dirt, December 15.
  • Staff. 2007. “Just Don’t Say the A-Word.” The Guardian, November 22.
  • White, Tanika. 2007. “No Disguising Their Anger.” Baltimore Sun, October 31.
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