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Why Lesbians and Gay Men Don’t Share Space
The Most Common Job in Every State, 1978-2014
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Children, Chores, and the Gender Pay Gap at Home
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Unkind Architecture: Designing Against the Homeless
From Manly to Sexy: The History of the High Heel
Beliefs About Brilliance and the Demography of Academic Fields
Beyond Bossy or Brilliant: Gender Bias in Student Evaluations
Power and the Gaze: What Does Resistance Look Like?
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Why Do the Japanese Draw Themselves as White?
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Irish Dance and the Evolution of Race
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The Secret Life of Vintage Lysol Douche Ads
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Who Kills Themselves Binge Drinking? It’s Not Who You Think
Republicans to Democrats: Keep Your Walkable Communities!
Gender and the Body Language of Power
Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development: Experiments with Kids
The Truth About Gender and Math
Just For Fun: The Secret to a Perfect Body…
Racist Antics at Colleges and High Schools (Trigger Warning)
Irish Apes: Tactics of De-Humanization
Southern States Lead Nation in Consumption of Gay Porn, But Why?
Re-Thinking the Famous Dolce and Gabbana Gang Rape Ad
Where Do Negative Stereotypes About Feminists Come From?
Defining Women’s Oppression: The Burka vs. the Bikini
Where Do Young People Get Knowledge About the Clitoris?
1980s Game Show Host Kissing Young Girls
Negative Stereotypes of the Irish
Torches of Freedom: Women and Smoking Propaganda
Lost in Translation: Tattoos and Cultural Appropriation
Sexual Objectification (Part 1): What is It?
U.S. Racial/Ethnic Demographics: 1960, Today, and 2050
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What Do Women (Seeking Men) Want?
The Manly Origins of Cheerleading
Myth-Making and the “We Can Do It!” Poster
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