In nearly every study of sexual behavior, the percentage of men who report sex with men is higher than the percentage of men who report being gay. So Pathela and colleagues first asked the men if they were bisexual, gay, or straight. Then they asked about specific sexual behaviors. Some of the findings: Straight-identified men who have sex with men report fewer sex partners than gay men. Straight-identified men who have sex with men report fewer STDs in the past year than gay men. Straight-identified men who have sex with men are less likely than gay men to report using a condom during their last sexual encounter. Straight-identified men who have sex with men are more likely to be foreign born than gay men. Also, a man who says he is straight but is having sex with other men is more likely to be married than a straight man who has sex with women, according to the survey.
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But for the swipe-right generation raised on dating apps like Tinder that is so last century, television executives believe. A new dating show is helping time-pressed millennials save on the unnecessary preliminaries by cutting straight to the chase. Its French producers WeMake said it has brought together “scientifically-matched singles” to ask the essential question, “Could making love make you fall in love? Contestants can then hurry into the bathroom to debrief the audience on just how their new partner performed.
Although the producers are French, the contestants for the pilot show were British. The format is one of several new series which are likely to pop up on TV screens across the globe in the next few years.
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Gina Rodriguez, Finn Wolfhard Plot: The animated series will follow the adventures of globe-trotting master thief, Carmen Sandiego. The show will be about amateur drivers from all over the world competing in a banned night-time street race. Jill Bartlett, Amanda Leighton Plot: The series will follow the life of a girl with the power to communicate with the dead. Using her ability, she starts assisting detectives to solve murder cases.
A teen who finds herself stuck in the Demon Realm must battle the forces of evil, with a rebel witch and a pint-sized warrior for company. Based on the comic book series of the same name by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, the show is set in an alternate universe – one in which superheroes are treated like criminals. March 1 Voice cast: An animated series about a friendship droid named S.
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Rather, the SPE serves as a cautionary tale of what might happen to any of us if we underestimate the extent to which the power of social roles and external pressures can influence our actions. The SPE was a study conducted at Stanford University over six days, August , , designed and conducted by me, as principal investigator, along with my research team of graduate students, Craig Haney and William Curtis Banks, undergraduate David Jaffe, and prison consultant, Carlo Prescott.
It was an exploratory investigation of the extent to which the power of situational forces could transform individual behaviors of participants. Twenty-four college students, recruited from a newspaper ad to participate in a study of prison life, first completed a battery of psychological tests and surveys in order to establish that they were healthy and normal, and had not had any prior experience of breaking the law.
A new social experiment provides daters with a radical dating experience where before they bare their souls they bare everything else first. Each week on a primitive island resort, far from the masks of modern society, daters will go on exotic dates and be naked every step of the way.
The best known version  of the experiment was started in by Professor Thomas Parnell of the University of Queensland in Brisbane , Australia, to demonstrate to students that some substances that appear solid are, in fact, very-high-viscosity fluids. Parnell poured a heated sample of pitch into a sealed funnel and allowed it to settle for three years. In , the seal at the neck of the funnel was cut, allowing the pitch to start flowing. A glass dome covers the funnel and it is placed on display outside a lecture theatre.
This experiment is predated by two other still-active scientific devices, the Oxford Electric Bell and the Beverly Clock , but each of these has experienced brief interruptions since The experiment was not originally carried out under any special controlled atmospheric conditions, meaning that the viscosity could vary throughout the year with fluctuations in temperature.
Some time after the seventh drop fell in , air conditioning was added to the location where the experiment takes place. The lower average temperature has lengthened each drop’s stretch before it separates from the rest of the pitch in the funnel. Hundreds of thousands of Internet users check the live stream each year.
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Free Thinking BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio Merseyside hosted this festival of ideas: a weekend of philosophy on the streets of Liverpool, covering everything from philosophy speed dating .
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get celebs updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A new BBC Three documentary tests the public’s reaction to violence – in particular female on male. It takes a look at just how seriously violence is taken if domestic abuse is committed by a woman rather than a man, and the results are shocking.
With women accounting for 15 per cent of arrests in England and Wales, but less than 5 per cent of the prison population, the programme questions if this shows girls are getting off more lightly than boys. In the social experiment, a scripted scene is played out by two actors, for the first scenario a man is seen slapping his other half in the face after an argument in an angry confrontation. The first scenario sees a man hitting a woman and several people intervening The second scenario sees the woman hitting the man and virtually no one reacting When the man hits the woman several people intervene with one woman running after the couple: Are you slapping her?
Are you ok love? Jesus that is not cool alright. So I thought I needed to check, so I legged it leaving all my stuff behind. When the BBC interviewed one woman who witnessed the fight she said: If it was the other way round, yes it would have felt awkward. One door man recounts a tale of his friend getting a stiletto stuck in his head after being attacked by a woman and another tells how he nearly had his thumb bitten off by an angry reveller.
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Get voted out week: an experiment by jessica walsh and get uncomfortable talking about love. For 40 days of dating: an experiment, timothy goodman about love and design. Did you fall in the same time, they saw, and i ended up with opposite relationship problems found themselves single at end.
Participants were recruited and told they would participate in a two-week prison simulation. The team selected the 24 males whom they deemed to be the most psychologically stable and healthy. The prison had two fabricated walls, one at the entrance, and one at the cell wall to block observation. They were given rest and relaxation areas, and other comforts. Twelve of the 24 participants were assigned the role of prisoner 9 plus 3 alternates , while the other 12 were assigned the role of guard also 9 plus 3 alternates.
Zimbardo took on the role of the superintendent, and an undergraduate research assistant the role of the warden. Zimbardo designed the experiment in order to induce disorientation , depersonalization , and deindividuation in the participants. The researchers held an orientation session for guards the day before the experiment, during which guards were instructed not to physically harm the prisoners or withhold food or drink.
In the footage of the study, Zimbardo can be seen talking to the guards: We’re going to take away their individuality in various ways. In general what all this leads to is a sense of powerlessness.
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Origins[ edit ] The concept for the series originated in with Cedric Messina , a BBC producer who specialised in television productions of theatrical classics, while he was on location at Glamis Castle in Angus , Scotland, shooting an adaptation of J. By the time he had returned to London, however, his idea had grown considerably, and he now envisioned an entire series devoted exclusively to the dramatic work of Shakespeare; a series which would adapt all thirty-seven Shakespearean plays.
He had anticipated that everyone in the BBC would be excited about the concept, but this did not prove so. Furthermore, they argued that Shakespeare on television rarely worked, and they were of the opinion that there was simply no need to do all thirty-seven plays, as many were obscure and would not find an audience amongst the general public, even in England. Disappointed with their lack of enthusiasm, Messina went over the departmental heads, forwarding his proposal directly to Director of Programmes, Alasdair Milne and Director-General, Ian Trethowan , both of whom liked the idea.
Shortly after my brother’s wedding, my mum told me that I should consider getting married while I’m still young. I pretended I couldn’t talk because I was on the phone (fortunately she didn.
Morning all, it’s a long one but here’s my Brexit vision in today’s Telegraph: How Brexit Britain will triumph My friends, I must report that there are at least some people who are woefully underestimating this country. There are some media observers — in this country and around the world — who think we are going to bottle it. I detect scepticism about whether we have the stamina, the guts, the persistence to pull it off. They think that the Brexit bill will get lost in a house of commons crevasse or buried in some interminable Jarndyce and Jarndyce legal proceedings.
They think that we will simply despair of finding the way out of the EU and sit down on the floor and cry – like some toddler lost in the maze at Hampton Court. Well in so far as they doubt our resolve I believe they are wrong; and I am here to tell you that this country will succeed in our new national enterprise, and will succeed mightily. They were right; and even if you think they were wrong I hope you agree that it is our duty, as democrats, to fulfil the mandate they gave us.
I respect those who voted to remain. More than respect them. They number some of the people I love the most in the world. And we all know that it is far too simple to divide this country into leavers and remainers. We know the complexity of the decision, and how each person brought different mixtures of reason and emotion, heart and head.
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So as soon as this one came onto my radar, I jumped at the chance to read it. I absolutely loved loved loved it! If I thought Mellie with her clumsiness and Peyton with her stubbornness were wonderful, then I need to be checked out. I really thought Chloe was the sane one to balance out the trio.
This is likely to be because DNA needed more tweaking in the male-male experiment, and researchers had to create a blank egg cell by removing all its genetic female-female.
But how do you find that special someone? In his Stand-Up Special, Bilal Zafar reveals his quest for love , and spills the beans on his Muslim dating app experiment Then I started to think about how my parents got married fairly young and started a family, something I would actually like to do. There are a lot of misconceptions about this in the UK — people assume marriages are forced and that everyone is unhappy, but my parents had an arranged marriage, and they still seem to like each other.
There was a drop down list with no option for “Comedian”, “Actor” or even “Writer” so I ended up putting “Other”. I went on the app store and discovered Muslim Tinder — Minder. It started off easy: View Programme Eventually I was all set:
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But the BBC has launched a new project which could completely change the way we process words. The corporation is testing a new kind of speed-reading technology in which news bulletins on smartphones or watches would be flashed up one word at a time, rather than being shown in full sentences. BBC While the average person reads at a rate of around words per minute, the BBC are testing speeds of to words per minute.
We wanted to see what new technologies could be applied to make this overload of information easier for our audiences to manage.
Sep 18, · Sept. 18, — Nearly one in 10 men who say they’re straight have sex only with other men, a New York City survey finds. And 70% of those straight .
He is a former British Army doctor and Sherlock Holmes ‘ best friend and assistant. He then lived with Mary, whom he worked with before developing a romantic relationship. He was born in October, and is currently in his 30s. He recovered from the physical wound, but was left with psychological trauma — a psychosomatic limp and an intermittent tremor in his dominant hand. The limp was bad enough to require a cane to help him walk, and shortly thereafter he was discharged from service.
However, he failed to keep up with it, claiming that “nothing happens to [him]”. Mike is now an instructor at the hospital and, upon hearing John needs a new place to live, mentions another person saying the same thing that morning. Mike takes John to a lab in the morgue to introduce him. Within seconds and with a few fleeting glances, Sherlock has deduced key elements of John’s life, and although both awestruck and off-put, John agrees to meet Sherlock the next day at B Baker Street. Upon seeing the flat, John expresses interest in renting it.
Sherlock requests he come along to a crime scene as his assistant. There, John witnesses more of Sherlock’s uncanny deductive ability as well as his complete animosity toward the Yard’s investigative team. Sobered by this information and abandoned by Sherlock at the crime scene, John returns to a main road to pick up a cab.
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It revealed the tests after the uproar over Facebook manipulating the feeds of its users. As well as allowing users to upload pictures and set up dating profiles, OKCupid asks users questions and matches them with potential partners based on the answers. Further experiments suggested that “when we tell people they are a good match, they act as if they are. Even when they should be wrong for each other. The results showed that people responded solely to the pictures. For potential daters, Mr Rudder said that “your actual words are worth… almost nothing”.
Peaky Blinders is making a move to BBC One, it has been confirmed. The fifth series of show, following the trials and tribulations of the Shelby family in Birmingham, will be on the flagship channel.
It all started in the basement of the psychology building at Stanford University on August 17, after psychologist Phil Zimbardo and colleagues took an ad out in the paper stating: Twenty-four healthy, smart college-aged men were picked and randomly assigned either to be a guard or a prisoner. Zimbardo was forced to pull the plug because of the disturbing behavior of the guards and the downright despair and other negative reactions of the prisoners. According to a piece in Stanford Magazine: At various times, they were taunted, stripped naked, deprived of sleep and forced to use plastic buckets as toilets.
Some of them rebelled violently; others became hysterical or withdrew into despair.