The Friday Five

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This week’s roundup of our favorites from across the interwebs to help you make sense of men and women.

1. Why Stay-at-Home Moms Should Demand Postnuptial Agreements by Keli Goff of The Daily Beast says it’s no surprise that Rupert Murdoch and Wendi Deng had a prenup. But a postnup? That’s what some attorneys recommend for spouses who put their career on hold to have kids.

2. Dating In A Push-Up Bra by Tammy Delatorre of Salon says: I finally found the solution to a lifetime of shame about my small breasts. But then, it was time for the reveal.

3. Coming Out As A Modern Family by Maria Bello of The New York Times says life partners need not be narrowly defined; they can be exes, children, best friends, or lovers.

4. Male And Female Brains Really Are Built Differently by Olga Khazan of The Atlantic says the hemispheres of women’s brains are more interconnected. Does that matter?

5. Women Hate Sexually Explicit Ads, Unless They’re Selling Something Expensive by Katy Waldman of Slate says: According to researchers led by the University of Minnesota’s Kathleen Vohs, women find erotically charged ads less distasteful when they promote very expensive items. We like our objectification classed up, thank you.

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