How Science has Been Abused Through the Ages to Promote Racism

Racism has no place in science. And science has proven it.

Organizational Culture Is More Than Just Foosball Tables and Free Food

Many organizations get into difficulty working on their culture because they focus on the areas that are the most visible or seem the safest to explore.

Economics and Happiness

Sarah Caouette met a guy six years her junior. Like him, she kept anticipating the worst.

First Crush

When Andy Bodle’s first feelings of love were not returned in kind, he succumbed to desperation.

Show Me the Money

Andy Bodle believes he’s uncovered the real cause of the gender pay gap.

Urinals, Graffiti, and Boys Being Seen

Being invisible in a high price to pay for being a teenage boy.

The Next Life [Book Excerpt: 100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do: How My Brother Disappeared]

My brother Bret started the next life at forty, when he departed from this world by suicide.

The Circle of Life

The Beatles, The Bible, and the Sanskrit word for bliss: Jeff Swain explains how by following our bliss, we find our purpose.

Cockfighters and Poets

What the cockfighter and the artist have in common is what they put on the line.

Hot Sex, Heart Sex, and the Best Sex: 5 Secrets for Having It All

Hot sex is how you got here in the first place. Heart sex is how to stay together.

Sex at Dawn: How We Mate, Why We Stray, and What It Means for Modern Relationships

Why can’t we love one another like we used to?

Why Do We Still Circumcise Boys?

Whether childhood circumcision is acceptable or not is an ethical question, not a medical one. Chuck Ross asks, why did we ever circumcise boys?

Archeology of the Fatherland, in Pink, in Purple

Chantel Tattoli reaches into the colors of her past, present, and future.

Aggressive Males? Give Peaceful Primates a Chance

With some help from bonobos, Heather Norum challenges the argument that male primates are violent by nature.

Man Installs Camera Into Back of His Head

Is modern technology degenerating humanity or supporting it?

The Anthropology of ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’ Fandom

This post was intended to report and analyze yesterday’s release of Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops. But I have failed miserably. You see, Call of Duty is this video game franchise that produces extremely successful, if controversial, war games. Last year’s Modern Warfare 2 was the biggest entertainment launch in history—“entertainment” herein referring to […]