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1. More pandering for the women vote. Obama embarks on the “1 is 2 Many” campaign while Biden throws around the “1 in 5 women are sexually assaulted in college” lie.
2. Chad Ochocinco in as alpha a move as possible when proposing marriage to a woman. Ochocinco proposed to his girlfriend while playing Call of Duty. But Business Insider also shows a jealous/doting side. This poses the question: when does jealousy break from being a beta male trait to being an alpha male type trait in the mold of this Christian Grey that we keep hearing about?
3. An inside look at welfare office fraud. (Just realized that I’ve linked to Business Insider in my first three bullet points; the site has consistently interesting content).
4. I agree with about half of these. Office work sucks; men get a rush from male camaradarie; sometimes men want to just get in a fight; men are instinctively drawn to numbers and statistics. I’m curious about the title though. How does one learn something from being straight? We typically learn things about particular aspects of life when we have something to compare it to. If you’re statically straight, I don’t think you just “learn” something from being straight. You just know what you know.
5. I nod to pretty much everything Walter Russell Mead is writing nowadays.
6. I’ll read anything about generational decline.