— Max, Boston, reacting to an article about the comedian Louis C.K. being accused by five women of overstepping professional bounds by masturbating in front of them. 4. As a three-tour combat vet of Iraq I have used semiautomatic and automatic weapons in the defense of my nation to fight the war on terrorism. We shouldn’t have to attend church with a concealed carry just to worship the deity of our choice.
Friday was launch day for “Reputation,” the sixth studio album by the pop singer Taylor Swift. The months long rollout — the album’s first single, “Look What You Made Me Do” was released in August created such anticipation for the record on social media interest that a custom emoji was even created for twitter mentions of the album. It’s an incredibly different world than the one Ms.
But it was not until 1972 that the Amateur Athletic Union, then the governing body for marathons in the United States, allowed women to officially take part in distance road running. The relaxed rules issued by the A.A.U. insisted on a separate but equal start. Women were allowed to run the marathon if they started 10 minutes before or after the men, or if they started in a different area altogether.
.@Aly_Raisman just spoke at Larry Nassar's sentencing. Watch her full statement: "Larry, you do realize that we, this group of women you so heartlessly abused over such a long period of time, are now a force and you are nothing." http://pscp.tv/w/1mnGerRQjwrJX
.@Aly_Raisman's just spoke at Larry Nassar's sentencing. Watch her full statement: "Larry, you do realize that we, this group of women you so heartlessly abused over such a long period of time, are now a force and you are nothing." https://www.pscp.tv/w/1mnGerRQjwrJX
The number of women who have accused Larry Nassar with abuse is approaching 150.
"In competition, these women were majestic to watch ... but when they truly needed support, too many eyes looked away. Too few were willing to listen."
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Selecting a term
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