This week’s roundup of our favorites from across the interwebs to help you make sense of men and women.
1. The Triumph Of The Working Mother by Stephanie Coontz of The New York Times says those mothers who stay at home report more sadness, anger, and depression.
2. When Women Don’t Take Credit For Their Own Good Work by Kay Steiger of The Atlantic reports on a new study that says women resist calling attention to their accomplishments when they work in groups with men.
3. Women Expect Female Bosses To Be Team Players by Katie McDonough of Salon.com, but according to new research, they don’t have the same expectations for men.
4. How To Live In A World Where Marriage Is In Decline by Philip Cohen of The Atlantic says public policy should catch up with the reality that fewer and fewer children are being raised in homes with two married parents.
5. The (Perceived) Inevitability Of Gay Marriage by Josh Voorhees of Slate.com says for the first time, the majority of Americans say they back same-sex marriage.
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