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Confirming what we all knew already, this week in birth control news: free birth control lowers pregnancy rates and actually saves money. 1. Colorado dramatically reduces teen pregnancy For the past six years, Colorado has provided teenage and low-income women with long-acting birth control, such as IUDs. Not only were they low-cost or completely free for many women, they could be obtained confidentially from local clinics. The program has been a stunning success. The New York Times reports, “The birthrate among teenagers across the state plunged by 40 percent...
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It’s hard to tell if you’re a slut, sometimes. Most of us have heard it at least once, to our faces, behind our backs, written in a bathroom stall (do people still do that?). Take a peek at this flowchart to see if you make the cut!   No? Not a slut? Don’t worry, you have so many opportunities to be the lucky winner of this endearing term! Do you wear a bikini? Maybe you masturbate? Do you have sex? Or don’t have sex?  Do you enjoy sex? Are you flat-chested? Busty?...
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Imagine if Paula Deen cared about fixing her racist ways as much as she cares about butter? The former Food Network star posted a photo to social media of her and her son, Bobby, dressed as I Love Lucy’s Lucy and Ricky Ricardo. Ricky Ricardo is Cuban-American. Bobby is not. Just to make sure that this is extra wrong, he dons brownface. Image via Mic “We had so much fun on this episode y’all,” the caption reads, “I just had to share this photo with you.” No,...
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Summer officially started on June 21, which means these warm days are only going to get warmer. To cool down, the obvious way to start is by minimizing layers in our clothes. Unfortunately, this usually means running to the store to buy lightweight clothing, and if you’re anything like me, your budget cannot support the weather. Luckily, there is a way to keep cool, and it starts with our feet! Look to these awesome DIY sandals for a cost-effective way to sweat less this summer: 1) Cut...
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For years, the icons on Facebook have stayed the same. Last year it updated the notifications globe to be less America-centric. Depending on what region you’re viewing Facebook from, you’ll either see an Europe-centric globe, an Asia-centric globe or the original America-centric version. Now, Facebook has finally updated its people icons and it’s all due to one designer, Caitlin Winner. Winner was looking at the icons one day when she realized the female icon had a chip in her shoulder. Literally, a chunk was missing from...
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