Op-Ed columnist, Pulitzer Prize winner, @nytopinion. Author, “Bushworld: Enter at Your Own Risk” and “Are Men Necessary?: When Sexes Collide.”

Maureen Dowd: Be warned, young people have strokes too

irishtimes.com — The thing that's easy to miss about Tara is how competitive she is. In a big Irish family of gabby, argumentative people, my niece is a lovely, willowy brunette with an easy laugh and a quiet manner.

Stroke of Fate - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — EDGEWATER, Md. - THE thing that's easy to miss about Tara is how competitive she is. In a big Irish family of gabby, argumentative people, my niece is a lovely, willowy brunette with an easy laugh and quiet manner.

Feminist fable or misogynistic nightmare?

mysanantonio.com — Even without hair on her head or flesh on her legs, Ava has enough allure and cunning to become a classic film noir robot vixen. Ava is the appealing heroine, or apocalyptic villainess, of "Ex Machina," a stylish sci-fi thriller set in the near future, written and directed by Alex Garland, a 44-year-old Brit who wrote the 2002 zombie hit "28 Days Later."

Maureen Dowd: Beware our robotic mind children

timesunion.com — Even without hair on her head or flesh on her legs, Ava has enough allure and cunning to become a classic film noir robot vixen. Ava is the appealing heroine, or apocalyptic villainess, of "Ex Machina," a stylish sci-fi thriller set in the near future, written and directed by Alex Garland, a 44-year-old Brit who wrote the 2002 zombie hit "28 Days Later."

Beware Our Mind Children

nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - ARE women necessary? Not with Ava around. Even without hair on her head or flesh on her legs, Ava has enough allure and cunning to become a classic film noir robot vixen. Despite being a plastic and mesh gizmo locked in a glass cell, she can enmesh men with frightening ease.

Woman Of Mass Destruction

query.nytimes.com — I've always liked Judy Miller. I have often wondered what Waugh or Thackeray would have made of the Fourth Estate's Becky Sharp. The traits she has that drive many reporters at The Times crazy -- her tropism toward powerful men, her frantic intensity and her peculiar mixture of hard work and hauteur -- have never bothered me.

Hillary Clinton must learn to access her inner bitch

irishtimes.com — The most famous woman on the planet has a confounding problem. She can't figure out how to campaign as a woman. In 2008, Hillary Clinton took advice from two men - Bill Clinton and Mark Penn - and campaigned like a man.

Granny Get Your Gun

nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - THE most famous woman on the planet has a confounding problem. She can't figure out how to campaign as a woman. In 2008, Hillary Clinton took advice from two men - Bill Clinton and Mark Penn - and campaigned like a man.

Hillary Clinton faces fight to charm voters one by one

irishtimes.com — When my brother Michael was a Senate page, he delivered mail to John F Kennedy and Richard Nixon, who had offices across the hall from each other. He recalled that Kennedy never looked up or acknowledged his presence, but Nixon would greet him with a huge smile. "Hi, Mike," he'd say.

Grandmama Mia! - NYTimes.com

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