Monthly Archives: August 2015
Last June, comedian Aziz Ansari and sociologist Eric Klinenberg wrote a book together called Modern Romance. The book discusses how technology has rapidly changed the way we view love and relationships such as breaking up over texts, emojis as ways of (mis)expressing … Continue reading
Emotion Meditation can help encourage compassion and empathy. Gender A really good essay about how and why gender norms influence our daily social structure and behaviors. Health Adolescents who have sleep problems are more likely to self-harm. Humor Teenage Karl … Continue reading
John Oliver delivers a top-notch video about what’s wrong with sex ed in America.
In a very interesting article, Pennsylvania is considering to base criminal charges not just on what crime was committed, but also whether that person is more likely to commit a crime in the future. How? Judges could receive statistically derived tools … Continue reading
Three new articles came out recently discussing same-sex attraction. What really struck me on both articles is the idea that being “born this way” should be done with. The first article is a short interview of Lisa Diamond. Lisa Diamond, … Continue reading