Filed Under: “Psychology”

Meritocracy is a harmful myth that encourages selfishness and indifference


The belief that merit rather than luck determines success or failure in the world is demonstrably false

Society is still judging women who have casual sex


New research finds that regardless of their religious views, people are more likely to condemn women having casual sex than men

‘Leaving to sin’ is more about evangelicals’ obsessions than the desires of those who leave


People who leave high-demand religions do so for many reasons, it’s very telling that their critics think it’s all about sex

What is the best way to help people sucked into QAnon?


Many families and friendships have been negatively impacted by belief in QAnon conspiracy theories, but can their delusions be treated in the same way as a religious cult?


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