Such sexual fluidity—being attracted to whomever, regardless of gender—is rising in popularity, in part because those outspoken celebs have increased the acceptability of an ever-widening sexuality spectrum

Jane Ward, Ph.D., associate professor of gender and sexuality studies, on the increasing discussion on fluidity in gender and sexuality

COSMOPOLITAN

If we have another wet winter, invasive grasses will go berserk and flowers will be harder to find.

Andrew Sanders, curator and senior museum scientist at UC Riverside’s herbarium, on long-term effects of the Southern California super-bloom on invasive weed growth

THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

The risk of any poisoning is astronomically low compared to germs from handling.

Jim Adaskaveg, professor of plant pathology, on whether or not pesticides on lemons are dangerous if unwashed

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