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Behind the 'Bad Indian Coder'
6 days ago by suckitreddit to /s/programming from theatlantic.com
Women Scientists Have the Evidence About Sexism
8 days ago by Happy_face_caller to /s/PinkPillFeminism from theatlantic.com
Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers film is a parody of war, Hollywood war films and the control of a fascist state.
11 days ago by HibikiBlack to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
Power Shortage - Women’s rights are human rights. But rights are nothing without the power to claim them.
18 days ago by notgonnabenice to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
"A New Way to Be Mad" - Reposting this classic!
28 days ago by eddyelric to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
How Trigger Warnings Are Hurting Mental Health on Campus
1 month ago by sproketboy to /s/whatever from theatlantic.com
The Still-Misunderstood Shape of the Clitoris - just to show how even biological women have not been told about their bodies, but now TiM's claim ownership over it with literal ballsacks.
1 month ago by vitunrotta to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
A Newsroom at the Edge of Autocracy: The South China Morning Post is arguably the world’s most important newspaper—for what it tells us about media freedoms as China’s power grows.
1 month ago by 1donteven to /s/China from theatlantic.com
Trump Is Determined to Split the Country in Two
1 month ago by ElifromtheBook to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Dehumanizing Condescension of 'White Fragility'
2 months ago by SierraKiloBravo to /s/books from theatlantic.com
A New Way to Be Mad
2 months ago by Susiesmum to /s/DownTheMemoryHole from theatlantic.com
How J. K. Rowling Became Voldemort
2 months ago by Camberian to /s/GenderCritical from theatlantic.com
30 Years Ago, Romania Deprived Thousands of Babies of Human Contact
2 months ago by Nechama to /s/Psychology from theatlantic.com
The Atlantic in April: "Georgia’s Experiment in Human Sacrifice" shaming people for being in the street. Today: shaming people for not being in the street.
3 months ago by Chipit to /s/ClownWorld from theatlantic.com
How I Became a Poker Champion in Less Than a Year
2 months ago by Drewski to /s/Games from theatlantic.com
The CDC and States Are Misreporting COVID-19 Test Data
4 months ago by Drewski to /s/Coronavirus from theatlantic.com
"The Conspiracy Theorists Are Winning"
4 months ago by Vigte to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
A Biblical Mystery at Oxford: A renowned scholar claimed that he discovered a first-century gospel fragment. Now he’s facing allegations of antiquities theft, cover-up, and fraud.
4 months ago by Vigte to /s/history from theatlantic.com
Small-Business Die-Off Is Here
4 months ago by freespeech to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Atlantic: Hurrah for Pandemic Censorship!
4 months ago by useless_aether to /s/censorship from theatlantic.com
We Are Living in a Failed State
4 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The Technology That Could Free America From Quarantine (The "solutions" are always worse than the "problem")
5 months ago by Tom_Bombadil to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
5 months ago by Tom_Bombadil to /s/Coronavirus from theatlantic.com
Creeping Authoritarianism Has Finally Prevailed
5 months ago by dcjogger to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Books Briefing: If Your Attention Span Is Shrinking, Read Poetry
5 months ago by Drewski to /s/books from theatlantic.com
I don't think this is reasonable at all!
5 months ago by dafadu to /s/conspiracy from theatlantic.com
Left and right agree now is the time to ditch the constitution
5 months ago by jamesK_3rd to /s/news from theatlantic.com
Feminist absolutely outraged that her husband voted his conscience. "Voting for a progressive woman felt like a chance so rare that it caused me to fume at my own husband for making a different decision."
6 months ago by Chipit to /s/politics from theatlantic.com
The Feminist Hero Who Became a Men's Rights ActivistHistory
6 months ago by AliceofX to /s/KotakuInAction from theatlantic.com
Evidence That Conservative Students Really Do Self-Censor. “Political hostility emerges disproportionately from the political left at UNC”
7 months ago by Chipit to /s/news from theatlantic.com
The 2020 Election Will Be a War of Disinformation | The Atlantic
7 months ago by DeWhoDeWho to /s/politics from theatlantic.com