How do you write such strong female characters? – “…Those attempting to defend their mistreatment of women within the industry have revealed a staggering lack of understanding, empathy, and self-awareness, while seeming to rejoice in an arrogance that is near heart-stopping in its naked sexism and condescension. To say there are those who don’t get it is an understatement; it would be like describing the Japanese tsunami as ‘minor flooding.’” From Chris.
Amanda is a science grad student in Boston whose favorite pastimes are having friendly debates and running amok.
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
bcmystery Thanks, Julia. The last few weeks my brain has been running on fumes, which makes it extra hard for me to know whether I'm being... – Jul 24, 9:14 PM
John the Drunkard Something LIKE 'evo-psych' may linger, or even turn into something closer to a science. At present though, phrenology or psychoanalysis are better comparisons than any... – Jul 24, 7:59 PM
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