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More Gender Policing for Shiloh from Life & Style Magazine

Tweet After receiving some backlash (plus a response from Angelina Jolie herself) for gender policing celebrity child Shiloh Jolie-Pitts, it looks like Life & Style Magazine wanted to follow up for more attention by implying that Angelina Jolie is the one gender policing her child — to wear boy’s clothes. And what is the proof [...]
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Travel Diaries from the Nobel Women’s Initiative in Israel and Palestine: Part Two

TweetWe are really excited to have Jaclyn Friedman share with us her travel diaries from her current travels to Israel and Palestine with the Nobel Women’s Initiative. This is part two, you can check out part one and an introduction to the initiative here. Friday, Oct. 1 Hebron. Sorrow. We toured Hebron this morning. It’s [...]
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New sex study has good news for youth and people of color but gender gap in sexual satisfaction persists

TweetOur friends over at Indiana University are living up to Alfred Kinsey‘s legacy. Today marks the release of the largest, nationally representative sexual health survey in almost 20 years. It is also the first study to survey youth as young as 14-years-old and older people aged 96. This is a radical moment in sexual health [...]
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For What’s It Worth: Misnomer(S) Break Down Hip-Hop Stereotypes

Tweet Pic Via. Earlier this week, I went to check out Bondfire, a monthly New York underground hip-hop showcase created and hosted by always entertaining TastyKeish and Bronx Uber Villian. Though the crowd was overwhelmingly male, there were some fierce women in the building, a couple of ladies were doing live painting, and some were blessing [...]
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Notes from a bitch…pondering the ramifications…

TweetShall we? My beloved maternal Grandmother did not trust doctors, hospitals or The Man.  She had good reason – she came of age in pre World War II Mississippi, where black women entered the hospital for medical care and left having been given a Mississippi Appendectomy…a hysterectomy that was neither medically necessary, legal or ethical.  [...]
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