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Where the bars are

Are rainbow-festooned events full of glitter, sequins, and boas signs of progress? Strides made by LGBTQ+ people are increasingly under fire in the forms of violence, rhetoric, and quasi-legal attacks on the rights of the community. Has the LGBTQ+ community unwittingly played a role in this by seeking assimilation? Some might say that the idea […]

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Who gets up when the baby cries?

Tom Godber Working mothers are still “substantially” more likely than working fathers to answer the night-shift call of duty for a child who needs care, a University of Michigan study indicates. Mothers in the study were twice as likely to report sleep interruptions for caregiving as fathers who worked the same number of hours.