Have you loved a link lately?

Why measles really is a big deal.  Why the quarantine for measles is critical and the quarantine for ebola was not.

10 abortion myths. 8 women talk about why roe vs. wade has mattered to them.

Standard responses you can use to common comments on feminist blogposts.

Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander

Warning labels on walmart products

Pictures of 1950s segregation.

Peer review.

Unexpected.

May I help you riff

Musings on coaching and advising.

Wandering scientist discusses becoming herself.

Historiann discusses Mount Holyoke College cancelling The Vagina Monologues.

take me to church has a WHOLE different meaning than I thought, and here’s the meaning behind the Hanging Tree song.  Sorry we can’t give you any deep meaning behind Lips are Movin, though it’s interesting the Meghan Trainor only became a pop singer after trying to sell All about that Bass failed, at least according to Wikipedia…

Rebecca Watson is totally cool and I want to be friends with her.

How to tell if you are in a high fantasy novel.  Also Mallory Ortberg columns have the BEST comments on the entire internet.

Yes.  Unequivocally yes.

Not sure how I feel about this trailer.

Sometimes I just have to read the antimustachian wall of shame and comedy.  Also, don’t buy stuff you can’t afford.

Kristin Wong‘s new website.  Walter Updegrave’s new website.

apostrophes matter

dean dad on privilege and a room of one’s own

this made me literally LOL

#2 notes that she really likes the writing over at Mike the Mad Biologist.  #1 has probably been reading that site longer, but thinks he’s a bit unfair in the way he paints all economists with the same brush, especially when he goes on his semi-regular anti-economics screeds.  It’s like saying all biologists believe what evolutionary psychologists believe.

A day in the life of baby groot.

Summer camps for gifted kids and teens

this is adorbs

7 Responses to “Have you loved a link lately?”

  1. No Nonsense Landlord Says:

    Lots of great links there! Some of them show how America has changed quite a bit.

  2. hydropsyche Says:

    In your note about Mike the Mad Biologist, I think you meant to reference “evolutionary psychology” there. All biologists are by definition evolutionary biologists, or they are not biologists. But really hardly any biologists spout the views spouted by people into “evolutionary psychology”.

  3. taylorqlee Says:

    Oh man, The Toast. My fave comment: “If your hair isn’t red, it’s yellow, like the cornsilk your mother used to braid for your only doll before she died tragically in childbirth leaving you to be raised by your father who only ever wanted a son”

  4. delagar Says:

    The dean dad post is great. Thanks for linking it.

  5. Cloud Says:

    Thanks for the shout out! (And all the other great links.)


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