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To change your name or not to change your name? That’s the question faced by many women who struggle with the decision to take—or not take—their spouse’s surname after marriage. Howard’s essay considers tradition, identity and love as she navigates the decision whether to keep her name.
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Q: How do you know if someone’s vegan? A: Don’t worry, they’ll tell you. Vegans get a bad reputation, but why? Reynolds’ article explores how vegans came to be portrayed as preachy and sanctimonious. It’s a necessary read for anyone who’s ever rolled their eyes at another person’s dietary choices (or ever been the subject of said eye rolling).
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In order to ensure a stable population from generation to generation, women need to have at least two children each. In the 1960s, the fertility rate was five live births per woman. By 2017, it had fallen to 2.43 births per woman. As birthrates fall, this Bloomberg piece explores how countries will be forced to adapt or fall behind.
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