Hank goes from space to sex and then to motherhood, covering the SpaceX launch, a mission to the moons of Jupiter, intersexual workplace rivalries, the evolution of male homosexuality, the fossil evidence of squishy baby skulls, toddler body bias, and the price of breastfeeding.
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