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Millennial Dreams: Housing, Education, Jump Rope, and Tattoos
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Shelf Help: 'Women After All: Sex, Evolution, and the End of Male Supremacy'
Melvin Konner makes the case for female dominance.
Since We Last Spoke: Counseling Biblical Counselors
Updates to past Pacific Standard print stories.
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Can We Train Teenage Girls to See Less Darkness in the World?
Girls with depressed mothers are much more likely to develop depression themselves—but there might be a solution.
There's a Name for Why the Simplest Questions Sometimes Seem Like They're the Trickiest to Answer
And it's called the Moses Illusion.