[LM1] Millennials are high on the prospect of human-robot relationships.
[LM2] Barbara Ellen is not so worried about sex robots replacing women.
[LM3] Now it appears to be men, rather than women, who want to be in relationships. At least, in the UK.
[LM4] A look at the role genes play in when we lose our virginity.
[LM5] Periodic OT contributor Kave Harveston writes in Tempest about the bad example set by Jim Halpert and other romantic protagonists. Jim obviously wasn’t creepy because she felt the same way. But… there was no way for him to really know that, was there?
[LM6] Is spousal abuse more common in evangelical familiars? It seems to correlate (inversely) with devoutness. There is an interesting parallel here with Trump’s primary support within the GOP: It was rather weak among the devout evangelicals, but really strong among the nominal identifiers.
[LM7] Born from sin: Polygamy begets violence.
[LM9] A rorschachian statististic: Robert VerBruggen writes about how a fall in shotgun marriages helped lead to a generation of children born out of wedlock.
[LM0] “More attractive men use attractiveness to have more partners. More attractive women use attractiveness to have fewer partners.” -Lyman Stone
According to Add Health, probability sample young USA adults (14,276), women pursue more committed relationships, fewer sexual partners, and delayed sexual intercourse compared to men…very attractive men & unattractive women have most sexual partners https://t.co/UCOSyjwxCX pic.twitter.com/hQajcmRy4j
— David Schmitt (@PsychoSchmitt) December 7, 2017