Monthly Archives: April 2019

Easter Bunnies are More Deliciously Wicked than You Might Think

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For most of Christian history, those furry little creatures were associated with queer sex, not chocolate. Easter may be a Christian holiday, but many of its most delightful traditions have pagan or pre-Christian roots. Spring equinox has long been celebrated … Continue reading

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One Psychological Reason Democratic Primaries May Serve as a Trump Re-Election Campaign

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From an emotional standpoint, attacking character rather than policies can be a one-way street. More than ever in the age of social media, when political opponents compete they focus on each other’s character flaws, missteps, and past bad behavior rather … Continue reading

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The Complicated Relationship Between Outrage, Virtue Signaling, and Real Social Change

Deep State Conspiracy! Immigrant Concentration Camps! Hate Crimes Up! African Christians Massacred! Xi Snubs Pope! Crowd Shouts Lock Her Up! New York Infanticide! Homeless People in Cages! . . . People who write headlines and create memes get paid to … Continue reading

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