Conservatives and liberals do not smell the same to potential mates. According to a study published this month in the American Journal of Political Science, people can literally sniff out ideology — and this may explain why so many couples share political beliefs. Or, as the study’s title says, “Assortative Mating on Ideology Could Operate Through Olfactory Cues.”
More than half of people in the United States are single for the first time since the government began tracking data in 1976, led by states as diverse as Mississippi, New York and New Mexico.
Call it brusque, boorish or downright barbaric. Whatever you call it, weaving in and out of traffic, laying on the horn and saluting with an upright digit is universally regarded as rude. [Let Insure.com help you find affordable car insurance now.] So who is most guilty of this offensive behavior?
Gallo Nero has been promoting “The Big STRAIGHT Ice Cream” in a stand against the double standard of sexuality in American. Their competitors who work down the street, Big Gay Ice Cream, snapped a photo of the sign and tweeted it to the world asking patrons to stop into the store and let them know how they feel.
Gay rights advocates are upset about two heterosexual men marrying to win a contest, because they say it trivializes the right to marry they’ve worked so hard for.
During the first half of 2006, there were 124 network news reports on former President George W. Bush’s approval rating, according to conservative watchdog group Accuracy in Media. Accordingly, there were just nine reports on President Barack Obama’s low approval rating in the first half of 2014.
A Fayetteville junior high made a teenager girl change T-shirts at school because they said it contained sexual content. She said it expressed her Christian beliefs.