Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.

Emily Bobrow

Emily Bobrow

is a regular contributor to The Economist and 1843, based in New York

Can you really be addicted to sex?

When Harvey Weinstein’s abusive behaviour became public, he reportedly checked into rehab as a sex addict. But does sex addiction exist? As Emily Bobrow found, a growing number of therapists suspect the idea may do more harm than good

The man trap

Traditional ideas of masculinity persist in the workplace, even though men are now expected to do more of the household chores – and work longer hours. Emily Bobrow investigates the trials of modern manhood

What’s wrong with infidelity?

Americans are increasingly intolerant of adultery, but Esther Perel believes they should take a more European attitude. Emily Bobrow met the country’s most celebrated – and controversial – relationship guru

Tiffany’s new edge

The American jeweller’s chief executive tells Emily Bobrow that he is drawing inspiration from its past to sharpen its range

It’s a boy thing

Data suggest that couples who have sons are more likely to stay together than those that don’t. Emily Bobrow looks into why this might be

Pages