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SiCanFly - Tiger/Bunny, E --- 6,918

"Can you pass me that towel?"
"Sure."
"Thanks babe."

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In which Kotetsu learns that Barnaby maybe likes some nicknames.
Maybe sort of a lot.
ao3  tiger&bunny  tiger/bunny  *e  w.c::5-10k  ;★★☆  sex  first  kink  praise-kink  pet-names 
2 days ago by we.are.golden
Pieces
rainjoyswriting - Roy/Ed, E, past OMC/Ed --- 21,962

Many of my plots seem to involve Ed doing something phenomenally stupid and Roy doing something potentially even more stupid to try to pull him out of it. In this case, something that will make both Hughes and Al set out for his blood . . .
lj-fic  fma  roy/ed  *e  w.e::20-40k  ;★★★  angst  h/c  sex 
2 days ago by we.are.golden
Does gender matter? | Nature
Like many women and minorities, however, I am suspicious when those who are at an advantage proclaim that a disadvantaged group of people is innately less able. Historically, claims that disadvantaged groups are innately inferior have been based on junk science and intolerance6. Despite powerful social factors that discourage women from studying maths and science from a very young age7, there is little evidence that gender differences in maths abilities exist, are innate or are even relevant to the lack of advancement of women in science8. A study of nearly 20,000 maths scores of children aged 4 to 18, for instance, found little difference between the genders (Fig. 1)9, and, despite all the social forces that hold women back from an early age, one-third of the winners of the elite Putnam Math Competition last year were women. Moreover, differences in maths-test results are not correlated with the gender divide between those who choose to leave science10.
science  gender  women  men  sexism  research  sex 
3 days ago by msszczep

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