Why Write-In Votes Are Insulting to Bernie’s Campaign

ON JULY 12, Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential candidate. The endorsement provoked outrage in Sanders supporters, many of whom vowed to write in the candidate’s name at the polls in November.

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NPR Invisibilia Host Hanna Rosin’s Success is Clear

While some people are more concerned with squad goals, Hanna Rosin should be envied for her accomplished goals. Rosin is the critically acclaimed author of two books, and has written hundreds of articles for magazines like The Atlantic and Slate.

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Jennifer Aniston Just Proved She’s All of Us

It’s been ten years since Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston split and Brangelina rose from the ashes, but media coverage of Aniston’s life and relationships continues to draw on the circumstances surrounding her high-profile breakup. In a recent Huffington Post op-ed, Jennifer Aniston proved she’s all of us, and we need more of it.

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Melania Trump, wife of Donald Trump, addressing the 2016 Republican National Convention, at which delegates of the United States Republican Party chose the party's nominees for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States in the 2016 national election, held at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.

Featuring: Melania Trump
Where: Cleveland, Ohio, United States
When: 17 Jul 2016
Credit: Dennis Van Tine/Future Image/

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Melania Trump’s Plagiarism: Par for the Trump Course

Well, no one’s shot each other yet, but the Republican National Convention has already taken aim at Hillary Clinton, but in a pretty circuitous way. Apparently, Melania Trump’s plagiarism of Michelle Obama’s 2008 DNC speech is all Hillary’s fault.

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Heroine Complex & Its Asian American Superheroines

AMERICAN CULTURE has an obsession with its superheroes.

Since the days when Superman first flew onto the scene, they’ve draw the biggest appeal at the box office, held our attention week after week on TV, and populated the pages of novels and comic books alike.

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“The Mask You Live In” Explores Toxic Masculinity

Jennifer Siebel Newsom, creator of the 2011 documentary Miss Representation, which delved into the objectification of women in media, turned her focus to masculinity in The Mask You Live In.

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Childcare Costs: Negative Impact on Women’s Health?

Since the recession came and “went,” we’ve grown accustomed to hearing just how expensive subsistence has become. Housing, education, and other basic expenditures have increased faster than the rate of inflation, putting stress on individuals and families — Millennial households in particular.

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On My Journey to Accepting That I Have Stretch Marks

So I’m coming clean, voicing the forbidden, talking that talk: I have stretch marks. To many, this won’t seem like anything worth noting or maybe just a hand up for attention, but becoming a woman comes with all the pros and cons.

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