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Straight Talk: We Don’t Know Anything About Heterosexuality

The study of sex should belong to the social sciences, not the physical sciences.

In centuries past, it was not uncommon for adults of the same sex to share a bed. It was a way to keep warm, save money, and maximize quality time between friends. These people were sleeping together, but they were not, in a modern sense, “sleeping together.” And yet, as Hanne Blank writes in her new book Straight: The Surprisingly Short History of Heterosexuality, “some of you are probably secretly telling yourselves that it doesn’t matter what some silly historian says, those sentimental gentlemen sleeping in one another’s arms were clearly gay.”

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Dealbreaker: He's Anti-Abortion Rights

“You think I’m a baby killer, I think you’re a misogynist” isn’t exactly a strong foundation for a relationship.


In our Dealbreakers series, exes report on the habit, belief, or boxer brief that ended the affair.

“I’m pretty attracted to you,” I told my friend Jack not long ago.

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