Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Unbearable Lightness of Mattress Feminism

“After an allegedly brutal attack, she refused to press criminal charges, saying it would be “too draining”—strange, given that she had the raw and obsessive energy to cart a mattress around all day for two semesters—and sent intimate and cutesy texts to Paul Nungesser, the young man she accused, in the months following the alleged assault.” Continue reading

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Gender Differences Explain Death Rates Following a Heart Attack

“When women have a heart attack they are sicker, older, and have more risk factors, which explains the mortality difference,” Dr. Pamela Douglas said. “With our analysis we’ve learned that there is not some mysterious black cloud following women around.” Continue reading

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