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A writer poses an important question: Does Wall Street do anything useful?; researchers are befuddled by some people's love of chilies, fruits that were "made to repel"; meanwhile, technology has created a crisis of masculinity similar to that of the industrial era. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Going solar could represent a no-brainer for some companies looking to cut costs; activists are using dildos to protest a new Texas law that would allow guns on college campuses; meanwhile, a writer explores what our ideas about gender have to do with mass shootings. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Picture this. A man bursts into a living room not his own. He confronts an enemy. He barks orders. He throws that enemy into a chair. The invader isn’t an American soldier leading a night raid on an Afghan village, nor is the enemy an anonymous Afghan householder. This warrior is just a guy in Ohio named Shane, and he’s doing what so many men find exhilarating: disciplining his girlfriend.

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Ladies -- especially you, feminists -- listen up: If you want to know the real reason men don't want to get married these days, you have only yourselves to blame. That's according to anti-feminist and ardent Michele Bachmann defender Suzanne Venker.

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The first quarter of 2011 has ushered in the year of the “mad man.” Sadly, this idea is being turned into a commodity that can be consumed repeatedly across a range of media outlets. The first quarter of 2011 has ushered in the year of the “mad man.”

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"I felt very defiant when I saw these comments," U.S. figure skater Johnny Weir said at a press conference Wednesday in response to two Canadian sports announcers who questioned his masculinity and suggested he was a bad role model for his sport. Weir added, "I think masculinity is what you believe it to be."

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