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By the time I was working as a model at 15, I was deeply conditioned to ignore harassment and related behaviors.
“If I can get up and walk away from it, yeah, I’ll probably keep playing,” one player said.
The Queen of Crime made her wishes very clear: less wrinkles, less pink.
"I was the only girl I knew practicing her flow, and internal rhyme, and not just listening to rap but studying it."
If we're to accept George Santayana's dictum that those who forget the past are "condemned to repeat it," the U.S. should be extremely cautious about who we're arming and the deadly long-term effects that could easily blowback to the American homeland.
Harper's new line of books is tailored toward spiritual explorers of all sorts.
Years from now, are you going to think about that internet video that got a million views your friend sent you, or that film that changed your life?
Since its release earlier this month, Aspen Matis' debut memoir has been making headlines as yet another spotlight on the horrors of campus sexual assault. But those expecting a lurid cautionary tale will find something else entirely.
Fetch? Balls and sticks capture my attention seconds at a time. Catch? I don't think so. Bunny, tumbling leaf, a squirrel