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Long way to go before Hudud can be debated as a Private Member’s Bill

Not many people realize that the process of getting a private member’s bill to be put, literally, on the table of each MP is a long and arduous one.

From the outside looking in

Trying to see ourselves the way others see us has its own benefits.

Freezing fatherhood

Sperm banking allows for the preserving of paternal genetic material for future use.

Cell phones and fertility

Can cell phones cause a loss of fertility?

On depleting sperm and sperm whales

I admire the people who devote their lives to saving the planet. My daughter recently got me interested in Sylvia Earle, an American Marine Biologist, who is also the “Explorer-in-residence” for National Geographic. Apparently, Earle was the first female Chief Scientist for the United States National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (Did not even know the existence of such organization, Shame on me!).

The last fish listeners

A unique traditional fishing method in which fishermen tune into the catch is in danger of dying out.

Of men & menses

It is ridiculous to suggest that a woman should not occupy public office because of their menstrual cycles.

Venturing into the unknown

The co-founder of the London School of Economics, George Bernard Shaw, once said: “Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”

Underground Industry

A storage facility in Finland is being built to last longer than the span of recorded human history.

Living with genital herpes

Herpes is not curable but treatable.