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Trump Mocks Teen Climate Change Activist Greta Thunberg and His Campaign Tweets Image of His Face on Her Body

It appears that the Trump campaign’s re-election strategy is to use Photoshopped images of the president’s orange face on the bodies of every successful white person, both fictional and real. As it stands, Trump and his team have shared images of the president’s face on fake great white hope Rocky Balboa and

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Because #TheChickening Knows No Bounds, Popeyes’ Chicken Sandwich Jumps the Shark—Onto an Ugly Christmas Sweater

‘Tis the season to be eatin’—and wearing hideous sweaters to holiday gatherings. Now, the chicken sandwich that kept America in its clutches has yet again put its indelible stamp on the culture, lending its image to the ugly Christmas sweater craze, now available at—no, not Popeyes—but the aptly named UglyChristmasSwea

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How the Internet Killed Feminism
Soraya Roberts
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You would think the most important blogger of the early feminist internet would be famous. Or that she would at least have a recognizable name. Or even face. But all I had to go on after talking to 14 women who were part of the same blogosphere as her at the same time as her, was a pseudonym: brownfemipower (bfp for

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Dec 12
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If You Piss Off My Youngest Kid, the Way His Petty Is Set Up, You Are Absolutely Not Coming to His Birthday Party

You know, as I watch my kids grow, I’ve come to the realization that, in life, the 3-5 age range is really the sweet spot. For kids, it’s the age before they are required to know better and thus do better so they can pretty much say anything they want (short of curse words around grandparents); they have no bills and

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Dec 12
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<i>Purple Rain</i> and <i>She’s Gotta Have It</i> Among 5 African American Films Added to National Film Registry

The Library of Congress has announced 25 new films to add to its National Film Registry for 2019. Of the 25 films that are “selected because of their cultural, historic and aesthetic importance to the nation’s film heritage,” five of them are created by and/or centered around African Americans. Those black films are Pu

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