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An Iraqi woman captured as a sex-slave killed her captor, ISIS commander Abu Anas, three months after she was given to him as a "gift." The woman, whom little is known about, was forced into marriage with several ISIS militants. Kurdistan Democratic Party spokesperson told independent Iraqi network Al Sumaria that the woman is believed to be a member of Yazidi-Kurdus origin, an ethnic and religious minority which is highly persecuted. The woman’s status as a minority would have made her subject to the worst varieties of...
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As women, many of us are not taught the fundamentals of our vaginal anatomy, let alone socially permitted to explore the far-reaching gradient of the female orgasm. It’s a jungle of female pleasure out there, and there are a million ways to have a good time. One of those ways is vibrators! Two Bust Interns took a handful of shiny new toys for a spin. Isabel and Elizabeth tested and reviewed the Tango WeVibe, the Silhouette S17 by Calexotics, the Vibratex Princessa, the Eroscillator Top Deluxe Ultimate...
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On October 14th, Sundance Selects' documentary, A Ballerina's Tale, will hit theaters and VODs nationwide. The film follows Misty Copeland's journey as the first African-American woman to join the American Ballet Theater, and it promises to be "more than just a ballet success story." Take a look:  Copeland made headlines on June 30, 2015 after the prestigious ABT promoted her to the principal dancer spot. In its 75 years of operation, never once had a black woman headlined a performance.  Although she isn't a rookie, having danced...
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It seems like epic envy over celeb female friendships has been a major theme for me this summer. When I saw the recent video of Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer dancing on a piano at a Billy Joel concert, I could barely keep it together. And my desire to be part of the "Bad Blood" squad got even more out of hand when I saw T-Swift and all her ladies at the VMAs last weekend. But I don’t think I’ve ever experienced as much jealousy as...
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YouTuber Nicole Arbour caused quite a ruckus after posting a video titled, "Dear Fat People," where she spends six minutes making statements like, “Fat shaming, who came up with that? That’s fucking brilliant.” You know who doesn’t think it’s fucking brilliant? Women like Whitney Way Thore, Meghan Tonjes, Kendall Rae and Grace Helbig. The emotional response from these vloggers demonstrates how one video can be such a harmful trigger. Star of TLC's My Big Fat Fabulous Life, Whitney Way Thore, breaks down the facts, shuts down Arbour’s...
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