Friday, November 19, 2010

Friday Links: High School Dating, Vagina Facials, and McDonald's No-Rot Hamburger Mythbusting

(Flickr/Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL))
  • Ah, high school dating. [Slate]
  • In many of the closest races across the nation, abortion turned out to be a winning issue. [Politico]
  • Um, anyone want to go get a vagina facial? [Harper's Bazaar]
  • The impact of the recession on reproductive health (audio). [Guttmacher Institute]
  • Top 10 ways to be a feminist in 2010. [Amy Andronicus]
  • Science confirms that gender makes no difference in math ability, so why do women "choose" not to go into math careers? And are they even actively making that choice? [Ms. Blog]
  • A lesbian student is kicked out of high school in Oklahoma because she lived with her girlfriend. []
  • An academic discussion on abortion reveals that even academics can't agree. It might be time to change how we talk and think about this issue, writes Francis Kissling. [Salon]
  • How B-movie cliches are taking over comedy. [The Atlantic]
  • Why the elderly are more susceptible to financial scams. [Scientific American]
  • Remember that happy meal that wouldn't rot? Here's why that happened -- and why it's not just McDonald's that does that. [Serious Eats]

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