Saturday Link Love is a feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier.
The War To Sell You A Mattress Is An Internet Nightmare, on Fast Company—“Why did Casper sue a mattress blogger? A closer look reveals a secret, multimillion-dollar battle to get you into bed.”
A national age of consent? After Roy Moore, maybe it’s time, on Salon—“Time to correct this bizarre anomaly: Age of consent should be 18 in all 50 states, with one simple exemption.”
Bill Clinton should have resigned, on Vox—“What he did to Monica Lewinsky was wrong, and he should have paid the price.”
Matilda Actress Mara Wilson: A 13-Year-Old Girl Is Not “All Grown Up”, on Elle—“As I threw Don-or-Doug’s letter in the recycling bin, I laughed to myself. What else could I do?”
Wishful Thinking, Forced Intimacy, and The Nashville Statement, on Warren Throckmorton—“Due to my work, I read a recent article at John Piper’s website by Nashville Statement signer Rosaria Butterfield. In it, she gives some of the worst advice I have ever read to a woman in a mixed orientation marriage.”
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