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There is outrage in Morocco after a local television program ran a segment instructing women on how to cover up evidence of domestic violence using makeup. The show, Sabahiyat, brought on a woman with fake bruises on her face and had a makeup artist explain the best cover-up plan as if it were any other YouTube tutorial. From what face powder to use so that bruises don't show later in the day, to the best application to a sore face, the artist feeds right into the notion...
Kim Seung-hee, a lawmaker from South Korea’s ruling Saenuri Party, is backing a bill to increase the statutory rape age in Korea from 13 to 16. She hopes that raising the age of consent will help combat child trafficking of minors, which has been on a five-year rise.  According to the Korean Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the reported number of sex trafficking victims doubled between 2011 and 2014, with 48% of victims between the ages of 13 and 15. The average age of the victims...
While Barack Obama may have made history as the first President to have an active Twitter account, Trump may be the first President to have his account banned. From sexism to Islamophobia, Trump has shown that he has no filter when it comes to posting — and this Sunday’s tweet about election fraud is no exception. Trump’s tweet came after a firestorm of posts which referred to the Clinton campaign saying it would participate in a recount of the states that were headed by Green...
Searching for the perfect holiday gift for the girl who has everything? Well, look no further: Artist Orien O’ Neill has created a line of clit-themed jewelry that’s both elegant and anatomically correct! Inspired by the internal clitoris, the Clitoring is hand-crafted in Bushwick, New York to be a fun conversation piece as well as a gorgeous accessory. If its wishbone-like shape is unfamiliar to you, that’s because it wasn’t until 2009 that French researchers Dr. Odile Buisson and Dr. Pierre Foldès gave the medical world it’s...
  I watched the entire new season of Gilmore Girls on Saturday, and to be honest, I’m still processing. A Year In The Life definitely felt like the old Gilmore Girls....but the most frustrating parts of the old Gilmore Girls. Like when Rory stole a yacht or stopped speaking to Lorelai for an entire season. Or when the show implied that Rory was the “good kid” and got into Harvard because she was a virgin, while Paris was the “bad kid” and didn’t get into Harvard...