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1 February 2014

January 2014: traffic on newstatesman.com

What you've been reading.

By New Statesman

In January, 1,713,751 of you viewed 3,496,054 pages over the course of the month.

Five must-read pieces on the website from January:

1. Why patriarchy fears the scissors: for women, short hair is a political statement by Laurie Penny

2. Sherlock and the Adventure of the Overzealous Fanbase by Laurie Penny

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3. Why having a woman’s body under patriarchy is a job in itself by Frances Ryan/p>

4. Scientists can levitate stuff and make it fly around using sound by Ian Steadman

5. We three kings: David Tennant, Jude Law and Tom Hiddleston take on Shakespeare by Helen Lewis