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Want to reform America’s police? Look to firefighters

Roscoe Scarborough, College of Coastal Georgia Freddie Gray. Eric Garner. Michael Brown. The deaths of black youth and men at the hands of police have sparked...

How male ‘porn superfans’ really view women

Paul J. Maginn, University of Western Australia; Aleta Baldwin, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Barbara Brents, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and...

Women take a hit for reporting sexual harassment, but #MeToo may...

Chloe Grace Hart, Stanford University An unprecedented number of women have come forward to share stories of workplace sexual harassment since the #MeToo movement gained...

Why is it fun to be frightened?

Margee Kerr, University of Pittsburgh ...

For the parents of gender-nonconforming kids, a new approach to care

Tey Meadow, Columbia University Ari had a difficult time talking about his gender. He had always been feminine, insisting on wearing only androgynous clothing, flowing...

For the parents of gender-nonconforming kids, a new approach to care

Tey Meadow, Columbia University Ari had a difficult time talking about his gender. He had always been feminine, insisting on wearing only androgynous clothing, flowing...

Black and biracial Americans wouldn’t need to code-switch if we lived...

Chandra D.L. Waring, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Boots Riley’s new film “Sorry to Bother You” does anything but apologize. In telling the story of Cassius, a...

Do bouncers at clubs enforce dress codes equally across races?

Reuben A. Buford May, Texas A&M University When videotape surfaced of two men being arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks for loitering, some criticized the...

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Megacity drought: Sao Paulo withers after dry ‘wet season’

Leila Carvalho, University of California, Santa Barbara Exceptional drought, extreme temperatures, unprecedented drops in reservoir levels and threatening water shortages for millions of people have...