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Gloria Steinem Apologizes For Saying Young Women Support Bernie Sanders To Chase Boys

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Gloria Steinem apologized Sunday for suggesting that young women support Bernie Sanders to chase boys. “In a case of talk-show Interruptus, I misspoke on the Bill Maher show recently, and apologize for what’s been misinterpreted as implying young women aren’t serious in their politics,” the...

White People Want to Boycott Beyoncé Because…They Have Nothing Better to Do

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Whereas most of us were amazed by Beyoncé’s Super Bowl half-time show, there’s a faction of white women who are now calling for a Beyoncé’ boycott. According to sensitive white women, “Formation” is anti-police. And sends a wrong message to people. But never mind the fact...

Actress Aunjanue Ellis Denounces Mississippi State Flag at NAACP Image Awards

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Actress Aunjanue Ellis has been outspoken about the confederate flag in her home state of Mississippi and during Friday’s NAACP Image Awards, she made a bold fashion statement. Ellis wore a white dress emblazoned with the phrase “Take It Down Mississippi,” a reference to ongoing debate...

Professor Put On Leave For Wearing Hijab Has Been Fired

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Last year, Larycia Hawkins, an associate professor of political science at Wheaton College, an evangelical Christian university in Illinois was suspended after wearing a hijab in support of Muslims and saying that Muslims and Christians worship the same god. “I stand in religious solidarity with Muslims because...

Here’s What Happened When a Woman Said a Man Hit Her For Not Giving Him Her Number (Hint: Some Men Are Terrible)

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Over the years Twitter has been an amazing tool to connect with others, organize movements like #BlackLivesMatter, and have a little fun. But often times, the site also has a dark side, especially for women. On Friday, Twitter user @EricaaRaynee learned just how terrible some people...

Ghanaian Artist Reimagines Black Celebrities In Traditional African Dress And Its Pretty Awesome

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When 26 year old Ghanaian New York Artist Dennis Owusu-Ansah witnessed a friend being teased by a group of men for wearing kente cloth, he decided it could be an opportunity to educate. “I figured something must be done to change the perspective of people...