Planned Parenthood worried it's the target of a new undercover sting – "Clinics in at least 11 states have reported two dozen or more "hoax visits" over the past several weeks, in which a woman walks into a clinic, claims to be pregnant and asks a particular pattern of provocative questions about sex-selective abortions, such as how soon she can find out the gender of the fetus, by what means and whether she can schedule an abortion if she's having a girl."
Cryptidillated – Hijinks Ensue describes a woo show I would totally watch. From Mark.
jtradke You just seem really defensive of Jaclyn's success. You also seem to label anyone who doesn't agree with her as petty or jealous. – Jul 25, 10:09 AM
Rei Malebario Yeah, it's good thing we had that proper, Manly man Florence Nightingale to pioneer the use of graphic visualisation of statistics! – Jul 25, 5:37 AM
Will I would again recommend the article I linked because it specifically addresses how both bipedality and encephalization in humans are biocultural, not simply biological traits.... – Jul 25, 1:51 AM
Cerys Gruffyydd Genius. I especially love the translation of male and female baby cries. How could I have failed to understand them properly for so long? Thank... – Jul 25, 1:51 AM
Daniel Copeland How could human paternal investment predate human culture, if one of the traits of being human is culture? Here's an analogous question: "How could human... – Jul 24, 10:39 PM
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