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InDaily : December 8th 2011
THURSDAY 8TH DECEMBER 2011 PARTNERS While some parents fret over the perfect recipe to raising a golden child, others, like Kate Hunter, look at it more like throwing together a stir fry. THERE’S a lot of hand-wringing over raising kids... Read more “KISS another bloke? You must be joking!” Well, maybe not. Recent research by Flinders University has found that same-sex kissing by heterosexual Australian males is on the increase, suggesting that there are changes to the way attitudes to masculinity are constructed and also signalling a possible reduction in homophobia. The research study I led comprised a questionnaire interview with 90 white, Australian, self-identified heterosexual men aged between 18 and 25. (The sample was deliberately limited so that the collected data could be used to extend a study conducted in the United Kingdom in 2010.) For those men who had kissed another man, the researcher also... Read more VIEWS INDAILY WELCOMES LETTERS Indaily welcomes letters to the editor. Email us at indaily@ solsticemedia.com.au. The editor reserves the right to edit letters. firstname.lastname@example.org Mogul in waiting: Lachlan Murdoch SHAUN FILIAUT/FLINDERS UNIVERSITY POWER INDEX POLITICS PARENTING INSIGHT IT’S A puzzle why Rupert Murdoch remains so keen for his eldest son to take over the family business, because Lachlan has never really looked like he would make a great fist of it. But, considering his lack of brilliance, the 40-year old enjoys remarkable power and influence. And, thanks to his money and connections, he remains a mogul in waiting. The Sun King’s son was recently asked by Rupert to take over the family’s Australian newspapers, although we doubt this would have been allowed under Australia’s... Read more More men are kissing Trump’s strange new power HE’S meeting with Newt in New York, moderating a GOP debate— and, of course, hawking a book. And at the moment, his might be the most coveted endorsement in the Republican race. No, not Herman Cain—he’s damaged goods. Not George W. Bush—also damaged goods, although for different reasons. Not elder statesmen George H.W. Bush, John McCain, or Bob Dole—too moderate, too heterodox, and too far removed from the spotlight, respectively. It’s the Donald. Read more on the Donald at The Daily Beast. Eight reasons why stir-fry parenting works PAUL BARRY The stereotypical Australian gives a good firm handshake – man to man. However, as a new study reveals more blokes are leaning in for the kiss; Shaun Filiaut looks at the meaning of masculinity. SPONSOR OF THE DAY CODE OF ETHICS CODE OF ETHICS Read more INSIDE TODAY Any insider information? HOME PAGE NEWS NATION | WORLD BUSINESS SPORT VIEWS REVIEWS ISPY PROPERTY WEATHER
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