Daily Archives: July 18, 2014

The United Nations (UN) Human Rights Committee has asked Japan to use the phrase "enforced sex slaves" instead of euphemism ‘comfort women.’ Unprecedentedly, the Japanese government made counter-argument.

I wrote about the increase in the numbers of “queen bees” in the workplace, women who aim to undermine or push aside their female employees out of insecurity, competitiveness, or some inherent unwillingness to help other women. As more and more females rise to management positions, their same-sex employees are reporting with greater frequency incidents of bullying, verbal abuse, and job sabotage …

But he still faces other serious chargess.

From hedonic reversal to fear of boredom, these psychological concepts offer insight into why that dilapidated warehouse is so appealing. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously said of pornography , "I know it when I see it," but ruin porn–the name for photos of abandoned buildings and ravaged landscapes –feels tougher to discern. Is an image of Michigan Central Station in Detroit a …

Farrah Abraham has revealed that she would like Sandra Bullock or Jessica Alba to play the lead character in the film adaptation of her erotic books.

Veronica Linares NEW YORK, July 18 (UPI) — Farrah Abraham's erotic novel was released earlier this month, but the reality star is already thinking about the possible film adaptation of the book.

COLDWATER — At first glance, the home of Korean War veteran Charles Martin appears to be an abandoned house.

The University of Connecticut will pay nearly $1.3 million to settle a federal lawsuit filed by five women who claimed the school responded to their sexual assault complaints with indifference, the two sides announced Friday. The bulk of the settlement, $900,000, will go to Silvana Moccia, a former UConn hockey player who joined the Title IX lawsuit last December, a month after it was originally …

STORRS, Conn. (AP) — The University of Connecticut has settled a federal lawsuit filed by five women who claimed the school responded to their sexual assault complaints with indifference.

The University of Connecticut will pay nearly $1.3 million to settle a federal lawsuit filed by five women who claimed the school responded to their sexual assault complaints with indifference, the two sides announced Friday.

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