Happy Friday everyone! We’ve got lots of great new stuff on the site this week, so be sure to stop by and check it out!

There’s Research on That!:

In “The Politics of Pink,” Sarah Catherine Billups reviews research that complicates the “pink culture” surrounding breast cancer awareness campaigns.


‘Traditional Women’ and Modern Migration” by Allison NoblesAnju Mary Paul finds that, despite what looks to be a break from traditional gender norms, migrant women often frame their movement as a means to fulfill their roles as mothers and wives.

Office Hours:

Joanna Kempner talks to Matt Gunther about the “Gender Politics of Migraine.”


Discrimination Harms Transgender Health,” by Allison NoblesLisa R. Miller and Eric Anthony Grollman talk to US News about the disproportionate discrimination trans people experience and how that relates to poor health outcomes.

Can Being Buried Alive Be a Good Thing?” by Neeraj RajasekarMargee Kerr talks to ABC News about the benefits of overcoming our fears.

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Are Gender Stereotypes A Problem For Female Candidates?” by Nichole Bauer.


Pete Wells: Nytimes Food Critic, Accidental Sociologist,” by Josh Page.

What 5 Disciplines (Not Sociology) Say About Ex-offender Re-entry,” by Brittany Dernberger

And a Few from the Community Pages:

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