Sunday Reading

Written By: - Date published: 9:30 am, December 16th, 2012 - Comments Off on Sunday Reading
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My regular Sunday piece of interesting, longer, deeper stories I found during the week. But this week it’s mainly your chance for you to share what you found this week, as I’m off overseas for a month by the time you read this.

But to get you started:

The Spice Girls were my gateway drug to feminism.

Getting Republicans to care about Women’s Issues through snacks.

The War on Drugs is a War Against Human Nature.

Could you survive on less than $US2/day – like 1.4 million US households do?

Jean-Luc Mélenchon: ‘Socialism [is] a concrete answer to concrete problems’

When should photographers drop their cameras and help?

How doctored images affect our memories

and because it’s the silly season:

Bike Porn: 7 Awesome Innovations


How tall can a lego tower theoretically get?

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