Sunday Night Reading: March 28, 2010

It seems like Rupert Murdoch was using the Weekend Journal to call Arthur Sulzberger girly. But the point of the

It seems like Rupert Murdoch was using the Weekend Journal to call Arthur Sulzberger girly. But the point of the article was that women in highly developed nations find “feminine-looking” men attractive, so maybe this is not terrible for Arthur Sulzberger?

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Sunday Night Reading: March 28, 2010