BEIJING (Reuters) - China aims to curb worsening soil pollution by 2020 and stabilize and improve soil quality by 2030, the cabinet said in an action plan published on Tuesday.
Knowing that these A-Camp All-Stars live parts of their lives off the mountain and reading comics, I decided to ask some of them what their very favorite comics are. The post Drawn to Comics: A-Camp All Stars Recommend Their Favorite Comics! appeared first on Autostraddle.
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Hi Dr. Buckingham, I have been married for six years, and my husband and I grew up in different countries (I in the U.S. and he in the Caribbean). He was very honest with me from the beginning about his extensive sexual past. I was a virgin when we married. He keeps in contact with Keep Reading ?
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A quick story to help you deal with negative people who are trying to kill your vibe. The post Why Negative Feedback is the Best Feedback appeared first on The Good Men Project.
It’s the one fact everyone’s one climate change-denying friend likes to seize on: if global warming is real, why are temperatures in the Antarctic holding steady? Now, finally, we may have an answer. Unique currents around the South Pole pull deep waters up to the surface–very cold...
In an open letter to The Advocate, a woman working to keep LGBT youth safe in Provo, Utah, explains why these young people are especially imperiled.
Outsports cofounder Cyd Zeigler illustrates the struggle of out athletes in his new book, Fair Play. In this exclusive excerpt, Zeigler takes on the thorny issue of gay-straight relations.
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Hey, guys. Remember when I said y’all should be watching “Wynonna Earp?” Y’ALL SHOULD BE WATCHING WYNONNA EARP! The show has become my Friday night treat. It’s a heavenly little slice of hot (and Haught, but more on that later) lady bad-assery in a sea of shows with mediocre males believing in their own exceptionalism. Show More Summary
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Finally, unflashy is recognized. The post And the Oscar goes to…plodding investigative journalism! Yeeeahh!! appeared first on Culture Mulcher.
A brief bush Bildungsroman: indefatigable reader Jim Morgan traces his evolution as reader. The post A reader’s progress: Blyton, the bush, Randolph Stow and Oxford appeared first on Culture Mulcher.
When did Steven Speilberg become Norman Rockwell? When did Tom Hanks become Jimmy Stewart? The post A Little Defence of Bridge of Spies appeared first on Culture Mulcher.