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Friday Links

Here are a few things from around the web that may interest you:

“We Expect Too Much From Our Romantic Partners: A new book explores how marriage has changed in recent years, and why that’s made staying married harder.”

Related: A look at who’s happiest in their marriages.

Like all of you, I’m sure, I was sickened and heartbroken by the mass shooting in Las Vegas last weekend that claimed the lives of 58 people. This is most definitely the time to discuss and implement tighter gun control, and it’s also the time to honor those killed. Las Vegas Attack Update: The Ones Who Were Lost

Related: “The N.R.A.’s power is not just about its money or number of supporters or a favorable political map. It has also built something that gun-control advocates lack: an organized base of grass-roots power.” In other words, it’s the relationships and the power of mobilization that sets the NRA and its supporters apart from gun control advocates. — Want Gun Control? Learn From the N.R.A.

Hugh Hefner: liberator of women’s sexuality, or glorified pimp who commercialized the sexualization of women?

11 Women Share Their First ‘Harvey Weinstein’ Moments Of Workplace Sexual Harassment (I, too, had a teacher — in 9th grade — who massaged my shoulders as I typed! I did not realize how common this is. Ugh.)

“The changing reasons why women cheat on their husbands”

Meet the woman who takes selfies with the men who catcall her

“Don’t be fooled: the latest abortion bill is about one thing – hurting women”

Thank you to those who submitted links for me to include. If you see something around the web you think DW readers would appreciate, please send me a link to [email protected] and, if it’s a fit, I’ll include it in Friday’s round-up. Thanks!

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    Jen October 6, 2017, 4:09 pm

    I had a 9th grade bio teacher who slapped me on the butt when I was wearing a mini skirt and alone in the classroom with him once and just about daily put one hand around my shoulder and one hand around the girl who sat next to me’s shoulder then leaned in towards our breasts to talk about his “best students” homework assignments. I mean we were academically good students but looking back it wasn’t meant that way :-/

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