According to Economist, Parents now spend twice as much time with their children as 50 years ago: “One analysis of 11 rich countries estimates that the average mother spent 54 minutes a day caring for children in 1965 but 104 minutes in 2012. Men do less than women, but far more than men in the past: their child-caring time has jumped from 16 minutes a day to 59.” (Last night I spent 59 minutes trying to get my son to put down his iPad…)

+ “He says he has three daughters and a young son and clarifies that he does not hump mannequins.” Rick Scott consultant denies he used ice penis to hump mannequin. (Florida…)

+ FiveThirtyEight: The Complicated Legacy Of A Panda Who Was Really Good At Sex. (I don’t find anything particularly complicated about that legacy.)