“We expect women to be primarily responsible for child care. When men ‘help out’ they get brownie points,” —Christin Munsch, a sociologist.
“A 100:1 sex ratio was too good to miss,” —Greg Hurst, an evolutionary biologist, on why he chose to study blue moon butterflies, which are overwhelmingly female.
“What I don’t think people appreciate about farming is that it’s very cerebral,”—Chris Holman, who left academia to become a farmer.
“Please do not assume that you are the sole arbiter of morality,” —an Atlantic reader and comment moderator on the morality of the U.S. drone war.