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Marvel has made the last of the three Wolverine solo films. Set in what seems to be a post-apocalyptic future, Logan is much older and beginning to deteriorate. While taking care of the — now fragile and old — Professor X, Logan (aka Wolverine) comes across a young and powerful mutant girl in a world where many mutants have died off and the X-Men have disbanded. The trailer shows Logan, while visibly older, returning to his fierce Wolverine state to protect the young mutant girl. We also...
Does Trump's election, and the uprising of hatred that has followed, have you considering purchasing a gun to protect yourself? As someone who has been both a feminist and a gun owner her entire adult life, I'm here to offer some friendly advice. Please know that I am not an expert, and that I can only begin to scratch the surface of what you will need to know in order to be a responsible gun owner. I can, however, give you an overview of what...
A war on foreign soil. Dashing heroes in uniform. Plucky heroines who keep the home fires burning. Sound familiar? It should. The very things that lend richness to romances set in Regency-era England are also the backbone of the 1940s romance novel. Yes, I know. 1940s America lacks that particular gentility of manners that we love in the Regency romance. Also missing are the complex social rules, the titled lords and ladies, and the amusing turns of phrase (“I say!” and “To the devil with...
Our favorite show is on its way to making their fourth season, and it’s looking classier than ever. In a tweet yesterday, the Broad City stars showed themselves in elegant gowns announcing the start of filming season four. Via Twitter/@broadcity While the show has been thriving on Comedy Central and has a strong fanbase, creators and stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson say they’re not so sure they want to keep the show going for too long. Jacobson told Entertainment Weekly,  “I would never want it to go on too...
Are we seeing the beginning of the end of IUDs, diaphragms and hormonal-rollercoaster-inducing birth control pills? Maybe. A new method of birth control has proven effective on a group of 16 monkeys in a trial at The California National Primate Research Center. The birth control, Vasalgel, takes the form of a gel that is injected into the vas deferens, two ducts that bring sperm from each testicle to the urethra. Similar to a vasectomy, Vasalgel blocks sperm from traveling out of the testes, and its success in...
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