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Nicki Minaj Teams With Fendi For Sexy New Swimwear Line

(AllHipHop News) Nicki Minaj is looking to inspire women to embrace their curves with her sexy new swimwear line. The rapper recently joined forces with bosses at Fendi for the collection and made sure to include pieces that celebrate women of all shapes and sizes. “I want to make clothes …

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Improving Health Outcomes Starts With Trusting Black Women

Black women don’t need data to know what’s happening in their lives. ISHA GAINES FOR CREATEHER STOCK Try going online without seeing at least one story on the maternal mortality crisis or the risks black women face during childbirth. It’s nearly impossible. Now imagine reading these headlines after being ignored—or …

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Sophomore artist confronts women’s issues through art

Sophomore Alexia Sambrano is majoring in neuroscience, a field of study that has informed her art as she highlights the anatomy of the female body. (Photo courtesy of Alexia Sambrano) Alexia Sambrano’s art grapples with a lot. The bold, young artist paints and draws to unpack her views on social …

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Newsletter: Why are so many women dying in L.A. County?

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Friday, Sept. 20, and Julia Wick is on assignment. I’m Shelby Grad. Last year, 114 women were killed in Los Angeles County, the highest number since the beginning of the decade, according to a Times analysis of coroner and law …

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All-Female Crew Sails The Atlantic To Study Women’s Health

A Long Island native will set sail across the Atlantic Ocean in October with an all-female crew of 10 to study the impact that plastic pollutants have on women’s health.  Erica Cirino is an environmental journalist and has done research on plastics at Roskilde University in Copenhagen, Denmark. She will …

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Sexual trauma is a global public health issue | TheHill

A recent study published in one of the premiere journals from the American Medical Association indicates that 6.5 percent of women in the United States experience their first sexual intercourse through physical force or coercion.  Using a population-based sample of over 13,000 American women between the ages of 18 and …

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2019 Emmys predictions from the Daily’s TV beat

As a summer birthday baby, I’ve always felt spiritually connected to the Emmys — the forgotten birthday, if you will, of awards season. Sure, your friends tell you they’ll remember it when everyone is back at school, but you know the truth. In the same vein, everyone pretends that they’ll …

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MAKE UP FOR EVER, in the Presence of the President and CEO Gabrielle Rodriguez, Is Celebrating Its Make Up Artist Collective With the Artists Rock! Event in Paris From September 18th to 20th, 2019

Proud of its symbiosis with makeup artists, the brand wants to celebrate their artistic universe and continue the amplification of co-creation and self-expression. MAKE UP FOR EVER introduces the hottest new international Artists Rock! event putting the spotlight on 21 influential makeup artists of all over the globe, from the Middle …

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Amazon Prime Video to stream Rihanna’s lingerie show

NEW YORK (AP) — Rihanna believes women of all shapes, colors and sizes should be celebrated, and that spirit of inclusion has made her lingerie and beauty lines massive successes. “Women just need a little bit of validation,” the superstar explained to The Associated Press ahead of her Savage X …

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Forced sexual initiation linked to adverse health outcomes in women

Women who were physically forced or coerced into their first sexual intercourse were at increased risk for adverse outcomes in reproductive, gynecologic and general health, according to a study recently published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Researchers said one in 16 women in the United States experience forced sexual initiation. “Discussing …

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WGSS program to debut speaker series next month

Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies program officials are launching a new speaker series next month. Program leaders created the brown bag speaker series to give faculty members and students from departments and schools across GW a platform to share their research on issues like women and incarceration and the intersection …

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