GOD should sue some of her supposed champions for defamation. Some conservative evangelicals malign God by suggesting that Christians should scorn adoring same-sex couples yet vote for a sexual predator. They seem to slip seamlessly from "love thy neighbor" to acquiescing in the Gospel of Donald: Thou shalt "grab them" by the genitals.
When President Obama made a landmark speech against modern slavery on Tuesday, many of us in the news media shrugged. It didn't fit into the political narrative. It wasn't controversial, so - yawn - it wasn't really news. But women like Sina Vann noticed.
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Is there a double standard for women in politics? Imagine if it were Hillary Clinton who had had five children by three husbands, who had said it was fine to refer to her daughter as a " piece of ass," who participated in a radio conversation about oral sex in a hot tub, who rated men based on their body parts, who showed up in Playboy soft porn videos.
When I've written about sexual violence in Darfur, Congo and, most recently, Liberia, I always get frustrated emails from readers: But what can I do?" It's a question I never have a very good answer to, other than to support the various groups active in the field, such as the International Rescue Committee, Doctors Without Borders, Panzi and Heal Africa hospitals, and so on.
Astonishingly, Donald Trump is right about something! After recently being caught on a 2005 tape gloating about sexual assaults, Trump issued an unapologetic apology in which he focused on the "big difference" between words and actions. And he has a point.But there's abundant ev
Jill Harth's first concern with Donald Trump's hands wasn't that they were small. It's that they were everywhere. Harth and her longtime boyfriend were in meetings with Trump to forge a business partnership. "He was relentless," Harth recalled in an ...
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Selecting a term
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