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NASA engineer tells women in STEM: Don’t be hidden figures

Poppy Northcutt was the first woman to work in an operational support role in NASA’s Mission Control Center. She spoke Wednesday at the Girls in Tech Catalyst Conference in San Francisco. Angela Lang/CNET No one had ever seen a woman in NASA’s Mission Control Center before Poppy Northcutt stepped in …

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‘Casual, yet sexy and modest’: Shop this $29 best-selling tummy control swimsuit

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Letter: Alabama callous to women’s health care

The majority of Americans are outraged at the hatred sweeping across Republican-controlled states. Alabama is the most recent extreme example of denying women health care. The callousness of the legislators is stunning. Women’s lives will be in jeopardy, but they don’t care. If these legislators truly cared about saving lives, …

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Abortion Bans Are a ‘Brutal Form of Oppression’ Designed to ‘Control Women’s Sexuality’

Freshman congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke out in the wake of Alabama’s near-total abortion ban that could see doctors who perform the procedures face 99 years in prison. On Wednesday, Governor Kay Ivey signed a bill to restrict abortion in almost all cases, including rape and incest. The male-dominated Senate voted 25-6 on …

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National Women’s Health Week 2019: Birth Control Primer

News flash: BC isn’t one-size-fits-all for your whole life. “Most women end up switching over the years, either because of side effects or lifestyle changes,” says WH advisor Sheeva Talebian, MD, a reproductive endocrinologist at CCRM NY. Her guidelines can help you decide the best bet for you right now. …

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Local luncheon helps women take control of their health

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) – A local organization is helping woman take control of their health at the annual Go Red for Women Luncheon coming Thursday, May 2 to the Hilton College Station. Each year, the event attracts over 350 women to celebrate healthy living and learn more about the …

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Student group works to combat myths in sexual education

Minnesota is one of 37 states that does not require sexual education to be medically accurate. In fact, there is no current state standard for sexual education. Sexual Health Awareness and Disease Education, the student-led group in Boynton Health, began their Sex Ed 101 presentations this week to help students …

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‘G.U.Y.’ Turns Five: When Gaga Rose From the Ashes

Five years ago, after a preternaturally long reign over the charts, Lady Gaga had arrived at a nadir. Her ARTPOP campaign across 2013 and ’14 had been plagued with problems, and her inner circle was fracturing. Gaga left bleak statements on her fan forum Little Monsters, such as: “Those who …

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Australian Pop Artist Holiday Sidewinder on Owning Her Sound, Sexuality

Yes, Holiday Sidewinder is her real name. Proclaiming “no gimmicks,” the Australian-born singer confirmed the authenticity of her moniker toward the end of her enthralling set at SXSW’s Australia House on Friday afternoon, surely answering at least one question on everyone’s mind. Cloaked in an orange leotard, stilettos and a cheetah print …

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Why White Women Tried to Ban Native American Dances

In the early 1920s, a secret file scandalized white women reformers in the United States. It was known as the Secret Dance File, its contents too shocking (and titillating) to print or even send in the mail. As historian Margaret D. Jacobs writes, the salacious file became the centerpiece of …

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