Friday, January 14, 2011

Friday Links: Long Weekend Edition

  • Ashton Kutcher doesn't understand why sex ed doesn't focus more on sexual pleasure for women. [The Frisky]
  • An ugly reminder that your health has a lot more to do with racial inequality than we'd all like to admit. [New York Times]
  • Ever tried closing your eyes and walking in a straight line? Can't do it, can you? [NPR]
  • As I suspected, assassins almost always have three names to prevent mistaken identities. [Slate]
  • Marshmallow is a plant. Really. [Food & Think]
  • Maybe those widely accepted stages of grief aren't all they're cracked up to be. [Brainiac]
  • Turns out when you elect a bunch of anti-choice state legislators, you get the possibility for some serious anti-choice legislation. [Women's eNews]
  • Beer batter is the best. Obviously. [Food & Think]
  • Long Read: This is mad old, but Zadie Smith's review of The Social Network is a really beautiful piece of writing. [New York Review of Books]

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