(Jeffrey Folks) Ever since its founding in 1883, the Modern Language Association has been considered the leading professional group for college faculty in language and literature. Each year, it holds a meeting — this year virtual, but featuring the same weary dissection of liberal issues as in all recent years.
(Blaire White) In one of the most disturbing instances yet of a biological male assuming the label of “transgender” in an attempt to gain closer access to female victims, meet “Barbie Kardashian.”
(Ryan Saavedra) Democrat Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (HI) slammed critics of her bill to protect women and girls in female sports, saying that some of those who were attacking it were doing so because they don’t like Title IX, which recognizes the “biological distinction between men and women.”
(Ben Bartee) As Aldous Huxley said it would be, the Brave New World is foisted upon us.
(Nika Shakhnazarova) A NEW range of plastic cups by McDonald’s featuring a boy and girl “falling in love” has gone viral after customers spotted that the couple could be forced into MUCH more racy poses.
(Aletheia Luna) As poet Walt Whitman once wrote: “I am large, I contain multitudes.”
(Paul Joseph Watson) A clip from the Steven Universe show made in partnership with the Dove Self-Esteem Project was uploaded to Twitter in which one of the characters says, “Let’s talk about social media, this is my page.”
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(Exploring Your Mind) How has technology influenced sexuality? Technology and new forms of communication are some of the factors that have most influenced today’s society. They’ve gradually and consistently taken center stage. Furthermore, practically no areas or fields have evolved indifferent to its presence. Thus, they’ve also become protagonists in the field of sexuality. Related Global Mind […]
(The Vigilant Citizen) A professor at the University of Alberta was fired from her administration role because her views on gender (based on the fact that one’s biological sex is real) made some students to “feel unsafe”
(Neuroscience News) University of Kent research suggests that men can distinguish between the scents of sexually aroused and non-aroused women.
(Exploring Your Mind) Within Greek mythology, Tiresias played the role of clairvoyant, in contrast to his physical blindness. He was very important in the development of several myths, such as that of Narcissus. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at this interesting figure.
(Edsel Cook) Competition tends to bring out the best in people. Turns out, that saying applies to sperm as well. Spanish and Swedish researchers found that spermatozoa can alter themselves to compete with rival sperms from another male of the same species.
(Ralph Flores) Having an active lifestyle is important, especially for maintaining great overall health. According to the latest physical activity guidelines published by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), a person should have at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic exercises. It’s too bad that most Americans aren’t physically active. The HHS reports that only five percent of adults engage in 30 minutes of physical activity every day. Even worse, only one in three adults gets his recommended weekly amount of physical activity.
(Science Daily) Neurobiologists have made a series of discoveries about fruit fly fertility and smell. The findings solve a long-standing puzzle of whether and how courtship-promoting signals are amplified by olfactory receptor neurons, or ORNs. The researchers found that a channel known as PPK25 amplifies courtship signals in the ORNs of male flies. Biologically, PPK25 heightens males’ sensitivity to their mates’ odors at the age of peak fertility, thus promoting courtship when flies are most fertile.
(Ralph Flores) One health issue that’s rarely talked about, despite its prevalence, is erectile dysfunction (ED). In the U.S., the condition affects over 30 million men – most of whom are older adults. While ED is commonly seen in older men, it’s important to note that it’s not due to the normal aging process.