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Headlines That Don’t Tolerate Both Ways

June’s Atlantic front cover features the headline, “What Straights Can Learn From Same-Sex Couples: Why gay marriages tend to be happier and more intimate.” When I saw it I asked myself a question: what would happen if they published the same headline inverted? “What Same-Sex Couples Can Learn From Straights: Why straight marriages tend to

“How to Land Your Kid in Therapy”

My guess is that almost every parent out there worries about screwing up his or her kids. I’m no certainly no different. In fact, I’d be more worried if someone didn’t share this feeling at least to a reasonable degree. In any case, this widespread concern is one of the reasons we’ve been offering the