Modern Science (and the New York Times) Needs Your Help

We expect the front page of the New York Times to inform us of breaking news.  Obviously.  But today’s front page contains an article at which, I’m sorry, I just have to laugh.

“In Women’s Tears, a Chemical That Says, ‘Not Tonight, Dear'”

Even better, the description tag:  “Researchers studying the effects of women’s emotional crying found it to dampen arousal in men.”

Really?  You don’t say?  And all this time I’ve been sobbing into my cosmo at the local bar wondering why men aren’t flocking to my side to ask me for a roll in the hay.  Hmmm.  These researchers might just be on to something…

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