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Repeal the Eighth
Repeal the Eighth

What It's Like to Travel to a Foreign Country for an Abortion

Every year, thousands of Irish women travel to the UK to access safe and legal abortion. These are their stories.
Not At Home
4 days ago
astro guide
astro guide

Daily Horoscope: May 20, 2018

Gemini season is here!
Annabel Gat
a day ago
Culture
Culture

Discussing the Royal Wedding with the Only Queens That Matter (Drag Queens)

"The Queen literally owns one-third of the world. Drag kings and queens? We’re just here owning our gender."
Zing Tsjeng
3 days ago
reproductive rights
reproductive rights

Trump Has an 'Unconscionable' New Plan to Defund Planned Parenthood

The Trump administration is expected to announce a new rule barring federal funding from going to any organization that provides abortion or abortion referrals, which will defund a litany of life-saving services.
Leila Ettachfini
3 days ago
dating
dating

Why Do Men Always Assume You're in Love with Them? An Investigation

Evolution says it helps their mating odds; psychology says they have attachment issues. I think they just aren't very humble.
Sara David
3 days ago
history
history

The Amazons Were Based on Real-Life Women Warriors Who Were Cool as Hell

The Amazons aren't just the stuff of Greek myth and "Wonder Woman" movies. New evidence suggests that they had living counterparts in nomadic Scythian warrior tribes.
Siobhan Ball
4 days ago
Beyoncé
Beyoncé

Becoming a Believer at Beyoncé Mass

At Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, Beyoncé Mass includes everything from a choir's rendition of "Survivor" to sermons inspired by Queen Bey's lyrics.
Broadly Staff
4 days ago
Repeal the Eighth
Repeal the Eighth

I Was Forced to Carry an Unviable Fetus to Term. This Is My Diary

When doctors told Claire Cullen-Delson that her pregnancy wasn't viable due to a chromosomal disorder, she requested a termination—but was denied it under Ireland's abortion laws. She documented her experiences in a diary, which she shares here.
Claire Cullen-Delsol
3 days ago
sexual harassment
sexual harassment

Your Contract at Work Might Prevent You from Suing Over Sexual Harassment

Over 60 million Americans have signed contracts with mandatory arbitration clauses, which prevent them from suing their employers over illegal treatment—many without realizing.
Sejal Singh
4 days ago
My First Time
My First Time

Sex After Childbirth Wasn't At All What I Expected

After having two children, Amy Cooper developed a new relationship with sex, but not the one post-pregnancy rumors had led her to fear.
Amy Cooper
4 days ago
My House
My House

Watch a Mesmerizing Combination of Vogue and Contemporary Dance on 'My House'

On this week's episode of "My House," cast members explore their options outside the ballroom scene.
Brent Thomas Whiteside
5 days ago
The Scarlet Letter Reports
The Scarlet Letter Reports

Six Years After Being Cast as a 'Lying Slut' for Reporting a Rape, Daisy Coleman Speaks Out

Daisy Coleman sits down with host Amanda Knox to discuss how she was villainized by the media and her community when she was 14, and how she is helping other survivors today.
Amanda Knox
5 days ago
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