Since Last We Spoke, MLK Day Edition

We’re off today because of the MLK holiday, and we’re getting the most out of this 3-day weekend checking off a whole lot odds and ends from our to-do list. Our house is under construction right now, so we’re limited in what we can do at home. But Internet access hasn’t been interrupted, and therefore much time has been spent online since last we spoke. Here’s what’s caught my eye:

I was so saddened to hear about the passing of Shelley Botello. I didn’t know her well, but I had the pleasure of working a court martial with her as opposing experts. I remember her being both lovely and gracious. She will be missed.

Nice when politicians get it

The calming powers of to-do lists

The perils of being a female refugee

I really like this theory

Please, please, please

Maybe you just need a new perspective

The link between family acceptance and LGBT youth well-being

Newly published study examines access to abortion and increased morbidity and mortality associated with unwanted pregnancy (PDF; FULL-TEXT)

Another reason sexual assault is underreported

A better anti-drug campaign?

And finally, to commemorate MLK Day, definitely. not. this.

Maybe this instead:

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