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What I Learned From Wearing My Dad's Old Denim Jacket

My dad loves clothes, loves them. Though you'll probably never hear him proclaim this himself. I can remember spending Saturday mornings with him, getting haircuts and running errands. At some point, we would always find ourselves in a department store. Show More Summary

South Korea Court Refuses to Recognize Same-Sex Marriage

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Kim Jho Gwang-Soo and Kim Seung-Hwan are suing for recognition of their marriage in 2013.

Two-Year-Old Cries When She Sees Her Sister’s Ultrasound Photo: “I Love Her So Much”

An adorable new video of a little girl watching her unborn sister move on an ultrasound screen is going viral this week. The Daily Mail reports 2-year-old Myla accompanied her mother, Carly Tansley, to her 16-week ultrasound appointment last week; but the British mom did not expect that her toddler would react so strongly to […]

Activists hit roadblock in bid to widen euthanasia bill at Liberal Party convention

'They really don't want grassroots Liberals to embarrass them,' claims the activist spearheading the campaign.

Indiana University Sues to Stop Pro-Life Law So It Can Use Aborted Babies in Research

Indiana University scientists who use tissue from aborted babies in their research filed a lawsuit challenging a new state law this week. The new law will help stop the kind of sale of aborted babies and their body parts that Planned Parenthood facilities in other states have been caught arranging. Although Roe v. Wade prohibits […]

Impeach Obama over transgender rules, Oklahoma legislators urge

The non-binding measure asks the state's Congressmen 'to file articles of impeachment against the President of the United States.'

Rugby Player David Pocock Flexes His Muscle Against Homophobia In Amazing Dove Men+Care Ad

7 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

A new ad promoting Dove’s Men+Care line features Australian rugby player David Pocock addressing his decision in a match last year to approach a referee about homophobic slurs being made by the opposing teams. It’s part of Dove’s “Strength to Care” campaign that promotes redefining masculinity as being thoughtful and inclusive. “What happened in the... Read more »

Michigan Dad Pulls Kids Out Of Elementary School Over Transgender Classmate

7 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

A Michigan father of three sons under age 10 who attend Southwest Elementary School in Howell has pulled all three kids out of school after one encountered a transgender classmate in the boys' bathroom.

‘Roots,’ Peter Thiel, Contemporary Sci-Fi and More: Today’s Recommended Reading

Here at Flavorwire, we pride ourselves on not only writing some of the best content on the internet, but keeping an eye on all of the great writing that other folks on the ‘net are doing, too. Today, there’s a talk with the cast and producers of the Roots remake, Indiewire’s list of the best contemporary sci-fi films, […]

Senate panel shelves bill requiring employers to provide employees their schedules a week early

California politics updates: Bills in Sacramento face a big live-or-die moment, business groups play both sides in Assembly race May 27, 2016, 1:02 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Here's what we're watching: Lawmakers in Sacramento...

Milestone: MNT Eliminated in Indonesia

A country has eliminated the deadly but preventable scourge of maternal and neonatal tetanus — but in 20 more, the battle continues.

The Great Abyss

When you've become a victim of your own success and you face the existential void of having no tasks on the calendar. The post The Great Abyss appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Jurnee Smollett-Bell on the muddy physicality of her 'Underground' performance

Exclusive video interviews with TV stars from your favorite shows May 27, 2016, 1:11 p.m. There can be no doubt that television today offers more high-quality programming than ever before, and now it's not always even on your television. But wherever you watch it, there are so many stand-out performances...

Nepal: The Fight to Rebuild After the Earthquakes

A look at how Nepal is doing a year after two major earthquakes seriously damaged the country.

'Frozen Live' musical heats up at California Adventure

Even by the very high standards set by their Disney-princess peers, the Arendelle royal sisters are the hardest-working women in show business. Weeks before its late November 2013 debut, “Frozen” was already carrying (crystallized) water for the Disneyland resort; Elsa (Idina Menzel) debuted the...

Would you even have bootstraps without a little luck?

Is there anyone more obnoxious than the person who, in the face of gushing admiration over her professional achievements, her perfect family, her lavishly appointed home, responds demurely, “We've been very fortunate”? Yes, there is. It's the person who denies his luck and good fortune, who attributes...

Mystery of Chicago's 'Walking Man' solved, but only after he's beaten and hospitalized

Chicago knows him as "The Walking Man" or "The Walking Dude." A mostly silent wanderer of downtown streets with long wavy hair and a thick mustache who often wears a sport coat, sometimes with a boutonniere. The mystery has fed rumors for decades. He fell from a wealthy family, he once worked on...

New Startup Genetically Modifies Animal Fur

So far they’ve made squares, stripes, and polka dots

Two-Minute Nostalgia Sublime

Kenny Loggins: "Playing with the Boys"And this masterpiece of 1986 music video feminism thus concludes Kenny Loggins week!

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