Colorado’s Vague Sexual Assault Sentencing Laws Led To A College Rapist Avoiding Jail

The 22-year-old former University of Colorado student pretended to be helping a drunk woman get home safely from a party in 2014 when he raped her. More »


Belize’s Supreme Court Struck Down The Country’s Anti-Gay Law From Colonial Days

LGBTQ rights group Unibam, which first challenged the ancient law, made the initial announcement on Twitter, writing, “We won on all counts. Speechless. Omg. Speechless.” More »


What It’s Like To Be Obsessively Nostalgic — And How I Broke Free

I’ve started to realize that while looking back and remembering the things that matter to us is important, there’s a definite line between being sentimental and getting stuck.    More »


My Love Letter To Sporty Spice, My Queer Idol Before I Knew I Needed One

Once I was out as someone who liked girls, I was outThe emotions gushed out of the floodgates and the little girl who used to be there found a home in me again. She was still sporty. And she liked girls now. More »


It’s Officially Unacceptable To Call Women “Honey” Or “Darling” In The Courtroom

No one should be called “honey” by anyone other than a great aunt or grandma. More »


This Woman Announced Her Job Offer Like An Engagement With Hilarious Photos

Because, seriously, a lot more hard work and skill goes into finding an amazing job than finding a spouse, and it deserves to be celebrated. More »


The Justice Department’s Report On The Baltimore Police Could Foster Change

Let’s hope. More »


Former Olympic Gymnast McKayla Maroney Wants To Be A Pop Singer Now

In an interview with Us Weekly, Maroney described her music as “vulnerable pop” because it’s “all melody and lyrically driven and heart driven” and very focused on love. More »


An Alabama Chief Justice Will Face Trial For Telling State Judges Not To Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

The Alabama Court of the Judiciary decided Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore will go to trial in September for violating judicial ethics by rejecting his motion to dismiss the charges. More »


Fox News Reportedly Discusses 8-Figure Settlement With Gretchen Carlson

The sexual harassment lawsuit between former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson and former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes continues to heat up as details about other women’s allegations and Ailes’ alleged tendency to spy on reporters come to light. More »


Kim Kardashian Tries Cupping For Pain Relief, Just Like Olympian Michael Phelps

It’s not what you think. More »


NYC Nail Salon Owners Reinstated Protests Over Last Year’s New York Times Article

In May 2015, Sarah Maslin Nir wrote a two-part article about nail salons in New York City, detailing many issues concerning how staff at salons gets paid, the amount of insane hours they work, how they don’t get to keep the cash you leave, and just generally bad labor conditions.More »


Sia Is Headlining A Free Concert To Advocate For Better Abortion Access

Other celebrities appearing at the concert will include Ghostbuster’s Leslie Jones, ex-Daily Show correspondent Jessica Williams, and singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade. More »


Senator Susan Collins Denounces Trump Like The Rest Of GOP Congress Couldn’t

We’re looking at you, everyone. More »


‘Game Of Thrones’ Is Taking Its Concert Tour Across The U.S. And Canada

Game of Thrones wouldn’t be half as great without its epic soundtracks. More »


Female Olympians Are Dealing With So Much Sexist Bullshit At The Games

Seriously so much. More »


Donald Trump Saying “Titties” In A Speech Is The Best Mistake He’s Ever Made

Leave it to the billionaire-turned-politician to be bring boobs into the presidential race. More »


Oksana Chusovitina Is The Oldest Female Olympic Gymnast To Ever Compete

Chusovitina, who’s vaulting for her native Uzbekistan, has been competing in the Olympics since 1992 and won a silver medal at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. More »


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