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Straight Men Are Part of The Trans Community

I went out with another straight, cisgender man last week. Jason fed me pho, drove me home on his hog, and said goodbye shortly after coming all over my face. As he rode away on his motorcycle, I wondered who he would carefully strap into his spare helmet after me. …

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I Love How Chill Finland Is About Having a Female Prime Minister

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Here’s what women in power think about dating, because finding love shouldn’t have to feel like a chore

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0. 8em)–sm” type=”text” content=”iThe story below reflects the feelings of heterosexual women. Even though this piece highlights their thoughts on this particular subject matter, it acknowledges the kaleidoscope of dating perspectives that fall on the sexual and gender-orientation spectrum. ;/i” data-reactid=”18″>The story below reflects the …

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How US healthcare is failing women

It is nearly 2020, and all around us, the medical world is advancing in new and life-saving ways. Advances in technology may soon make 3D-printed lungs and livers a reality for the millions in need of replacement organs. We are closer to a cure for Alzheimer’s disease than ever before. …

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‘Wonder Woman 1984’s Gal Gadot & Patty Jenkins Talk Superhero Movie’s Cultural Impact And Future Of Franchise: “We Have It All Mapped Out” – CCXP

On Sunday night, Warner Bros. pulled out the gauntlets as they capped CCXP in Sao Paulo with a presentation of the Patty Jenkins-directed Wonder Woman 1984 with Gal Gadot stepping into the boost of the titular iconic Amazon princess from the DC comics. True to form, the Sao Paulo crowd maintained their …

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Aya Kanai Named Editor-In-Chief of Marie Claire — Media News

Aya Kanai (Kathryn Wirsing) Hearst Magazines has named Aya Kanai the new editor-in-chief of the US edition of Maria Claire, succeeding Anne Fulenwider. Fulenwider is stepping down at the end of the year to launch an entrepreneurial venture focused on women’s health. Kanai has been Hearst Magazines’ chief fashion director …

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‘The L Word’ TV show reboot airs on Showtime

Katherine Moennig, Leisha Hailey and Jennifer Beals of “The L Word: Generation Q.” The premiere of the show was Sunday and a new episode will air every Sunday at 9 p.m. Screenshot from YouTube How sexuality is portrayed in various media outlets can be controversial. With the upcoming reboot of …

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‘She Is Boston’ Is The New Girl Power Anthem You Need

Rapper-singer Nancia dropped a music video with help from some of Boston’s brightest femcees last week. “She Is Boston” comes stacked with a blistering beat, uplifting lyrics and a catchy hook sung by Nancia.  Emergency sirens echo in the background. “Dorchester, Roxbury, talking Mattapan. Jamaica Plains, even talking South End,” Nancia sings. Red …

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Female pilots– Golden Triangle women in aviation

GOLDEN TRIANGLE, Miss. (WCBI)- When you fly, you may find yourself peeking into the cockpit to see who’s at the controls. Most of the time it’s a man. That’s because women only make up 4.4% of pilots in the U.S. Guts and gusto. That’s what it takes for women to …

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Are women resigned to rape?

So today gaining the right to enter temples or dargahs or decriminalising the LGBTQ community or adultery, good and progressive steps though they all are, are not likely to speed up India’s race towards true gender equality. Nor can they reduce the number of rapes taking place. Some verdicts have …

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Brenda Meadows of The Lingerie Shoppe: FACES of Birmingham

For 31 years, Brenda Meadows has been at the helm of one of Mountain Brook’s most well-established boutiques. Opened in 1946, The Lingerie Shoppe is a mainstay in Mountain Brook Village, offering high-quality undergarments, sleepwear and lingerie to generations of Southern women. Brenda took over the shop in 1988 with …

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