by Dish Staff
But first, your moment of dog:
Andrew couldn’t do the BOTDT this evening because he’s giving a speech on “The Future Of The Media” at Claremont McKenna College. But there is plenty of Andrew elsewhere on the Dish today; he wondered whether new PrEP drugs will finally bridge the deep divides between HIV-positive and -negative men; he compared the British and American systems of war authorization; he posed questions over sexual fluidity; and his jaw dropped a little over Kevin D. Williamson’s draconian views on abortion, with reader input here. Breaking ebola news here. And don’t miss this kickass video of breakdancing Orthodox Jews.
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