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Having sex is completely normal. I have it, you may have had it (and it’s totally okay if you haven’t), and the person sitting next to you probably has too. You’re probably thinking, “Yeah, Samantha, it’s the 21st Century, duh it’s normal.” Unfortunately, sex is still as taboo as it was when we were growing up. Don’t believe me? Watch John Oliver dish about sex ed classes in schools right now:   The negative stigma around pre-marital intercourse dates back to prehistoric times, and though all Neanderthals are...
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Starting my period the night before a marathon would absolutely lead me to withdrawing from the race and eating several pints of Ben & Jerry’s instead. This is exactly why Kiran Gandhi is a hero and deserves all of the gold medals. Gandhi is a Harvard Business School Graduate, drummer (playing along side M.I.A.), and all around badass. Instead of reaching for chocolate, she woke up, put her running shoes on, ditched the tampon, and finished her race in 4 hours, 49 minutes and 11 seconds. Did...
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Transgender lives are rising to the forefront in mainstream media. A new film starring Elle Fanning, titled About Ray, continues this trend. The film explores a family’s dramatic journey as daughter Ramona, played by Elle Fanning, begins the process of transitioning to Ray. About Ray does not just focus on Ray’s personal journey. It takes a deep look at how Ray’s mother (Naomi Watts), father (Tate Donovan), and grandmother (Susan Sarandon) are impacted by Ray’s identity. Even after Ray has discovered who he truly is, he must...
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Last Thursday, award-winning actor and producer Salma Hayek spoke to host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani on HuffPost Live. Hayek discussed her new animated film The Prophet and why movie studios “don’t want” her. Hayek explained that it has always been the case that studios don’t want her. Because of her multi-ethnic background, studios don’t know what to do with her. “They go by stereotypes,” she said, “and sometimes it’s hard to put me in a box. I am so many things -- specifically and proudly -- [but] in...
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There are some nights when the thought of dragging your tired little tuchis out the door is more painful than walking away from an all-you-can-eat chocolate buffet. Especially when the weather outside is frightful, the fire is so delightful, and there’s a little herb involved. What follows are some madly marvelous munchies to help you camp out on the couch. Now, quit bogarting the remote! Barbecue Popcorn There’s no better munchie food than popcorn, but why not bump it up a notch with some zingy barbecue flavoring?...
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