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Alex Wild About the Author: Alex Wild is Curator of Entomology at the University of Texas at Austin, where he studies the evolutionary history of ants. In 2003 he founded a photography business as an aesthetic complement to his scientific work, and his natural history photographs appear in numerous museums, books and media outlets. Follow on Twitter @myrmecos.

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  1. 1. ejwillingham 11:37 am 11/17/2011

    Thanks for demonstrating the successful use of a stereotype in humor and what “tongue-in-cheek” really looks like. This is great.

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  2. 2. kclancy 12:13 pm 11/17/2011

    I am beside myself with glee. This is delightful. :)

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  3. 3. rahufbauer 12:02 am 11/18/2011

    Brilliant. I was beside myself with frustration earlier today, and am now, like kclancy, beside myself with glee. Now this is humor.

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  4. 4. rahufbauer 12:03 am 11/18/2011

    Next maybe they’ll start a journal for the manosphere, too. Wouldn’t want to leave the guys out, after all.

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  5. 5. S.E. Gould (labrat) 7:30 am 11/18/2011


    Inside: Don’t bother shopping – it’s your wife’s job!

    New tips for avoiding domestic chores

    Universes: why *our* brains understand them

    Plus – a selection of ‘outraged comments’ from women! We know you love to see them!

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  6. 6. Alex Wild 11:31 am 11/18/2011

    LOL @ labrat. Those are hilarious!

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  7. 7. Ed Rybicki 6:08 am 11/19/2011

    Very clever: can I have a big version??

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  8. 8. Alex Wild 12:32 pm 11/20/2011

    Ed- that’s the largest I’ve got. The original image of the woman wasn’t very high resolution.

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