In the Atlantic article, "The Rise of the Three-Parent Family" I was quoted saying, "the increasing visibility and legalization of three-parent arrangements 'is one of the signs that our definition of family is opening up.'" That led to an interview with a different journalist. I recorded my end of the interview, and re-enact it here…
There are a lot fewer middle children than there were in the olden days (but not fewer than there were 25 years ago).
How fast can I get to Nazi stuff from “Disney kids” using videos from the first 10 recommended? (Spoiler, I couldn't, but still.)
It's vile and inhumane. No one has to tolerate this system of atrocities, and that includes all of us.
A 20-by-20 breakdown of parental origins of U.S.-born children, in one chart.
Looking for easily-told data short stories.
Did this ubiquitous phrase introduce a new battleground in the gender revolution?
The faces change. Does the heartless cruelty toward children?
Nearsighted parents like to leave night lights on. Spurious correlations ensue.
Updating the adoption data series.