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From friends of the Court: overseas voices

Have courts in all LGBT-friendly countries held that same-sex marriage is a human right? Nope.
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What parents ‘produce’: a case study

The value society places on raising children is diminishing.
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100 years of Turkish amnesia

You cannot apologise for what you cannot remember.
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Artificial news for virtual selves?

But offering future news based on past news interests has serious limits.
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Boy travels through time to find parents

Inoffensive but uninspiring.
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What about same-sex attracted men who have happy marriages with women?
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The essence of the man was a humble, missionary spirit devoted to truth and the shared identity of humanity.
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From the mouths of parents: you’ll love like never before.
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Penguins of Madagascar

The ever-close team of penguins is looking for new adventures, and succeeds in entertaining.
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Statistics show that birth rates fall.
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Users can post computer-composed messages after death.
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The hard lessons of legal marijuana

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