From Tom’s Blog
With these five apps, you’re not cheap, you’re thrifty.
Gregory Clark, a researcher at the University of California, Davis, found that social mobility had diminished significantly in the past 100 years.
“Pro-family” activist Phyllis Schlafly founder 44 years ago of the Eagle Forum, a conservative interest group that, among other things, opposes abortion, vaccines and working mothers argues, women prefer to marry men who earn more than they do while men prefer to marry women who earn less.
But do they? Or is it that neither gender has had very many choices to the contrary?
A body of established research suggests that when two-earner couples move for job reasons, it’s usually for the sake of the husband’s career. It often hurts the wife’s work ambitions and her paycheck. And it typically strains the marriage.
New Canadian research suggests that women understand the dynamics in casual sex more than men who tend to muddle the terms.
You probably already know that women in high heels are generally perceived as more attractive than their ballet-flat-wearing counterparts. But according to a French study, women who choose high heels might be more likely to get a helping hand, too — from men, anyway.