Saturday Link Love: White Nationalism, Sexual Taboos, and Millennials’ Murder Spree

Saturday Link Love: White Nationalism, Sexual Taboos, and Millennials’ Murder Spree December 3, 2016

Saturday Link Love is a new 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.

Why I Left White Nationalism, by Derek Black—“People have approached me looking for a way to change the minds of Trump voters, but I can’t offer any magic technique.”

How Marital Fidelity Became America’s Last Sexual Taboo, on the Atlantic—“While this same poll showed growing acceptance of divorce, pre-marital sex, and having babies out of wedlock, the 91 percent disapproval rate for cheating is nearly twice what it was 40 years ago, when similar surveys showed that only half of American adults believed that having an affair was always wrong.”

29 Things Millennials Killed This Year, on Buzzfeed—“The millennial murder spree started off slow in January 2016 with the American wine industry.”

The Real Reasons the U.S. Became Less Racist Toward Asian Americans, on Washington Post—“Between 1940 and 1970, something remarkable happened to Asian Americans. Not only did they surpass African Americans in average household earnings, but they also closed the wage gap with whites.”

Trump’s Breezy Calls to World Leaders Leave Diplomats Aghast, on New York Times—“The breezy tone of the readout left diplomats in Washington slack-jawed, with some initially assuming it was a parody.”

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