Stuff you may have missed: November 3, 2013
Germany will now allow parents of children showing traits of both sexes to refrain from picking a gender at birth, a move which public health advocates say will reduce pressure on parents regarding getting sex-assignment surgery for their children immediately after birth. Intersex advocates suggest the move is a starting point towards acceptance.
Toronto mayor Rob Ford is sorry he got “hammered” on the job.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says he’ll keep blocking Obama’s executive branch nominees until he gets his way on Benghazi.
Signs it’s never too early to start shopping: Wal-Mart already has holiday deals on its website.
Because there’s a study on everything, here’s a study on how texting affects love lives. Hooray.