As the debate about a future global development agenda to succeed the Millennium Development Goals in 2015 gathers pace, there is broad agreement that gender equality and women’s empowerment are crucial components
200 guests and several members of the press turned out to witness 38-year-old Tin Ko Ko and 28-year-old Myo Min Htet exchange nuptials at Excel Tower in Yango on March 2. It was the first-ever public same-sex commitment ceremony in the conservative Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar. Show More Summary
Mark Zmuda, forced out at a Catholic school near Seattle after marrying his partner, is filing a wrongful-termination suit. Featured Image: read more
Fri March 07, 2014 1st Female Cartoonist Wins Herblock Prize, But Why So Long? By Maggie Freleng There have been 100 editorial cartooning awards given since 1922 and only two women got a mention before 2014. If you add Jen Sorensen,Show More Summary
Barbara Ernst and Barbara Supeno have been together for 21 years and have lived at their lakefront property in Addison, Vermont for 10. However, residents of the town have never fully welcomed the Barbaras, many of them instead treating them...
While not as impressive as the other transforming apartments we’ve seen, the residences in De Rotterdam show how we can make the most out of our homes through thoughtful planning and space-saving furniture.
When Elliot was introduced to "Smorfia", the mystical belief that dreams, numbers, and luck could be intertwined, he decided to test it out. The post When Dreams Make Cents appeared first on The Good Men Project.
"They told me, 'No woman climbs. No woman builds.' That women can't do a lot of things." These are the types of observations that followed Anne Marie Nyiranshimiyimana wherever she went when she first began working with us on the Ministry of Health's district hospital construction in Butaro, a northern province in Rwanda in 2009. Show More Summary
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When we think of one impoverished child, the camera of our minds pan back further, and further, and further. There are so, so many, we think. What can we possibly do? It all feels too big, and too sad, and so often, we ignore it and try to focus on what's in front of us. But the people who change the world, in ways both big and small, don't. Show More Summary
After criminal charges were filed by the Lebanese state against a transgender woman who had a same sex relationship with a man, the court ruled that homosexual relationships do not “contradict the laws of nature” and therefore cannot be considered a crime. The Lebanese penal code states that sexual relations that contradict the “laws of […]
The boys on the yard are gonna treat this guy real good when he gets to prison Ohio Pervert Arrested For Sex With 11-Year-Old Via ChronicleTelegraph A Lorain man was charged Tuesday for allegedly raping an 11-year-old girl he met
We asked a doctor to identify the possible origins of some movie “mystery pills” on the chance we can score something relatively close to NZT.
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Cone suggests songs based on your listening habits. The portable player has simple controls and taps into your streaming music subscriptions and other online sources. It’s also an AirPlay speaker. Drops this summer for $399.
The one where the writer's were like, "Meh, let's just accuse random people of being A from now on. Who cares if it makes any sense?"
In today’s news, Blue Ivy makes a (questionable) guest appearance on “Drunk in Love,” Heart of Darkness – which this correspondent keeps accidentally writing as Heart of Drankness, which sounds like something worth getting involved in – gets a makeover, and Orphan Black gets more elusive. … Read More
Jason Helveston believes spiritual literacy is a part of what we need to teach our children. The post Why I’m Teaching My Children to Pray appeared first on The Good Men Project.