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My parents and I sat down in the Vietnamese restaurant on Clement Street we often went to when they visited me in San Francisco. We ordered spring rolls with peanut dipping sauce, pho — the seafood variety for my parents and tripe for me — and one Diet Coke for my mom. I was feeling as if I was inside a bell jar looking out on an unfamiliar world. An hour ago, my parents had picked me up from the St. Francis Hospital in the...
It was close to 10 p.m. on a spring night in Tokyo in 1912 when Kazuko Mozume heard a dog barking behind her father’s house. It would not stop. At the back gate, she found three men waiting for her: a policeman, and two others. They didn’t say what they wanted; they only asked her if this was the office of Seitō, the women’s literature magazine she had started with four other young women.She led the men through the large house and down a long...
Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, and Lily Tomlin Might Remake “9 to 5” With Rashida Jones Tumble outta bed and pour yourself a cup of ambition! A 9 To 5 remake is in early development stages at 20th century fox, according to Deadline, and the original cast are down for reprising their roles. It gets even better. Rashida Jones is in talks to co-write it.  The story would follow a new group of girls who turn to Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, and Lily Tomlin for advice handling...
Ryan Seacrest Will Host E!’s Red Carpet Show At The Oscars Despite sexual assault allegations leveled against the talk show host by his former personal stylist, Suzie Hardy, E! is not pulling the plug on Seacrest’s red carpet host gig. But while he’ll try to talk to celebs, the question is, will they want to talk to him? Read more over at Jezebel. Mike Pence Continues To Be Terrible Vice President Mike Pence made some troubling comments about abortion access on Tuesday while giving a speech at a...
Talking to friends and family about racism, sexism, and other forms of injustice is hard. But with these tips and strategies, you’ll be better prepared to do this important work Tiki torches used to conjure images of hipster BBQs and DIY backyard weddings. But one year into the most overtly racist political administration in modern American history, they instead evoke memories of Nazis marching through Charlottesville. Nooses, inextricably symbolizing lynching, were used in 2017 to terrorize African Americans in Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, New York, Pennsylvania,...
“‘I’m so sorry you were so alone.’ Those seven words undid me,” Monica Lewinsky writes for Vanity Fair about an exchange she had with a leader of the #MeToo movement. “Somehow, coming from her — a recognition of sorts on a deep, soulful level — they landed in a way that cracked me open and brought me to tears.” Most may know Monica Lewinsky as "the other woman" — she's often framed in the media as a seductive, fame-seeking, twenty-two-year-old intern who pursued Bill Clinton in...
We Agree With Uma Thurman, Again Uma Thurman has been outspoken about Harvey Weinstein for a while now, and she struck back with more comments last night on Late Night with Seth Meyers. “You’ve got to be a citizen, and you can’t leave people alone holding the bag of truth by themselves,” she said. “There’s no one I wish to get due process more than him.” Check out the full conversation: Anti-Semitic Incidents Have Increased By 57% Reports of hate crime increases in 2017 just keep coming: the...
  Jennifer Lawrence’s new film Red Sparrow marks the first time Lawrence has filmed a nude scene since her nude photos were published without her consent in 2014. While promoting the film at an event with jewelry brand OTEM at The Wing in New York on Friday, Lawrence spoke about her decision to do the film. She explained that she had hesitations about doing the film after “what happened to me in 2014 — my nudes got hacked in 2014 — but also, I grew up in Kentucky,...
  Madge Syers dreamed of Olympic gold. A figure skater, she was known around the world as one of the best skaters alive. Surely she was set for the medal podium! Well, she would have been, if women were allowed to compete in figure skating, which in the early 20th century,they must definitely were not. BUT MADGE WASN’T GOING TO LET THAT STOP HER. Madge, refusing to be stopped by physics or patriarchal bullshit. One of 15 children (Madge’s mum definitely deserves a medal!), Madge fell in love with...
Mass shootings are not a symptom of mental illness. Mass shootings are preventable. Arguments stating anything otherwise are deflections out of self-interest and curtail the conversation we need to be having in our country surrounding gun regulations and banning assault weapons. At this point, we’ve all seen the freely available information regarding other countries and their lack of gun violence. We know we don’t have to live like this, but we continue protecting our Second Amendment rights at the expense of innocent Americans. America repeatedly...