Skip to content
where news meets its scholarly match
Arts & Culture
Art & Art History
Film & Media
Language & Literature
Business & Economics
Politics & History
Politics & Government
Science & Technology
Plants & Animals
Sustainability & The Environment
Education & Society
About JSTOR Daily
Contact The Editors
Support JSTOR Daily
A Short History of the Condom
Dating back to at least medieval times, the condom has taken a winding path to social acceptance.
The Stigma Around Older Woman-Younger Man Relationships
A recent study found that 34 percent of women over 40 are dating younger men, yet these relationships continue to face social disapproval. Why?
The Ongoing Practice of Female Genital Mutilation
Female genital mutilation seems totally foreign to the U.S., but versions of the long-outlawed surgery have seen a recent resurgence.
Sign up for our weekly newsletter
Get your fix of JSTOR Daily’s best stories in your inbox each Thursday.
You may unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the provided link on any marketing message.