A young woman across the room nodded enthusiastically as he spoke. “Angela Waters—Angie—endji” was written on the board. “Actually, I was afraid that some country bumpkin would sit next to me.”Luda was about to answer with a sympathetic smile, but the smile died in midair.
Luda headed for the only empty seat, against the wall, squeezing her large body between the flimsy chairs that sagged under the weight of the E. Had the woman just expressed relief or confirmation of her fears?
Apparently, it's written all over your partner's face: Men with short, wide faces have higher sex drives and may be more likely to cheat.
So ladies, stay away from Stewie Griffin when he gets older -- that's according to research from Nipissing University in Canada and published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.
Although many of the white laypeople believed many of the false statements, so too, did many of the white medical students and residents.
Half of the students and residents believe at least one of the false statements was “possibly, probably, or definitely true.”For example, 58 percent of people from the general population believed Black people have thicker skin than whites.
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Researchers conducted two studies about sex and face shape involving over 300 undergrad students.
The first study found men and women with higher facial-width-to-height ratios, or FWHR for short, were more likely to report higher sex drives.
Doctors were more apt to treat Black patients with nonopioid analgesia, such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen.
The authors of the study cited doctors’ racial bias against Black children, surmising that physicians may believe Blacks have a higher threshold for pain, or are more prone to drug addiction, or are less worthy than whites of receiving such treatment.