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Sunday Reads: Ty Mitchell’s New Column, the Problem With Remorse and Prison Sentencing and the Forever Come/Cum War

In case you missed it, this week marked the launch of our new after-hours content block, which we’re calling MEL@Dusk. Hot, right? There were lots of stories to choose from. Such as: 

They’re all great, but that last one in particular shouldn’t be missed. Here’s just a taste of Mitchell’s dreamy prose (the column itself will riff on queer culture and past hookups to help us all better understand relationships and intimacy):

Must Read

Remorse Is a Terrible Way to Decide How Long Someone Should Go to Jail

The Week in Features

The Unbelievable True Story of Bane the Nazi Hellhound, ‘Cornfed’ Schneider and the Dog-Mauling Case That Made Kimberly Guilfoyle Famous

Frozen in Exile

The Trailblazing Doctor Who Helped a Mob Boss Cheat Death — And Changed History

What You’ll Inevitably Be Bingeing This Weekend

What Aaron Hernandez’s Documentarian Still Doesn’t Know About the NFL Star’s Life and Death

More From The Etymology Beat

All the Ways Dick Became a Word

From the Service Dept.

Real People Money Diaries: Living With Garnished Wages

Ranking Veggie Chips by How Healthy They Are

Are You Actually Parting Your Hair on the Wrong Side?

The Best of the Rest

How This Completely Silent Song From the 1950s Became a Meme

The Nine Celebrity Jurors Who Caused the Most Courtroom Drama

How Imposter Syndrome Holds Back First-Generation College Students

Tweet of the Week 

But Don’t Just Take Our Word For It…