Clutch Magazine

Justice Scalia: 14th Amendment protects everyone, not ‘only the blacks’

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Outspoken conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has been on a tear lately. In a recent interview with New York magazine he assailed society for being too vulgar, the press for being too liberal and women in particular for not being ladylike enough. Now, according to a tweet from New York...

White Women With Black Hairstyles: Does It Miss The Mark?

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Photographer Endia Beal wanted to find a way to open up a dialogue on race, gender and expression, so she pulled out her camera and enlisted the help of various white women from Upstate New York. What resulted was Beal’s series called, “Can I Touch It?”...

Scientist Says She’s Not Willing To Work For Free Then Is Called An ‘Urban Whore’

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A female scientist who writes about biology online was called a “whore” by an editor at Biology-Online, a science website and message board. Danielle N. Lee, a postdoctoral fellow in zoology at Oklahoma State University, published a series of emails between herself and an editor...

‘American Idol’ Alum Plus-Size Model Reveals Cancer Battle

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Joanne Borgella, “American Idol” alum and Wilhemina model, revealed over the weekend that she is battling cancer.  On Saturday, Borgella posted a video on Facebook informing friends and fans that she was diagnosed a couple of weeks ago. The video was apparently shot while Borgella...

Teens With Down Syndrome Crowned Homecoming King & Queen

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Seniors Travjuan Hunter and Semone Adkins made history in Orange County, Florida when they became the first two students  with Down syndrome to be crowned homecoming king and queen. The two students were among 12 students who were vying for the coveted position.  After competing in...