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Judge Admits He Leaked News Online About Charlize Theron’s Adoption

Charlize Adopts!
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Charlize Theron has adopted a baby boy named Jackson. Read More »
Meet Charlize's Son!
Charlize Theron's adorable son can work a pair of baby Uggs. Read More »
Adoption Tale
This woman placed her son up for adoption. Here's her story. Read More »
Charlize Theron's Style
A style retrospective of the supremely gorgeous Charlize Theron. Read More »
  • An Arkansas judge admitted that he revealed on a LSU fan’s online message board that Charlize Theron had adopted a child, two months before Theron herself made it public. “I have a friend that is the judge,” Circuit Judge Mike Maggio wrote, before writing details about her court appearance. In other comments under the same handle, the judge made blatantly racist, homophobic and sexist remarks. [Daily Mail UK]
  • In response to Miley Cyrus’ diss yesterday about John Mayer (or was it Russell Brand?) and where his tongue has been, Katy Perry is gonna give Miley a spanking. Oooh, can we watch? [US Weekly]

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Gay Foreigners Banned From Adopting Russian Children

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  • Russia has banned adoptions by same-sex couples from countries where same-sex marriage is legal. (The United States has already been banned from Russian adoptions for a year now.) Single folks from countries where same-sex marriage is legal are also banned from adopting Russian children now, too, because obviously if you’re single and want a baby, you must be gay/a child molester. Ugh, Russia, UGH.  [CNNLGBTQ Nation]
  • Making sense of Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis’ statements about a ban on abortions at 20 weeks. [RH Reality Check] Keep reading »

Daughter Finds Mother After 71 Years

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It’s not all that unusual for an adopted child to grow up and seek out her biological mother, but the LA Times has the story of one such reunion that’s remarkable on a few fronts—the big one being that this reunion takes place 71 years after the fact. The story begins in 1941, when Brooke Mayo, a California woman about to set off for London with a civilian Army corps, was raped. She decided to have the baby but give it up for adoption. (“You didn’t go to the police,” she says. “Not back then.”) Read more on Newser …

WTF: Pregnant Mother With Bipolar Disorder Sedated, Baby Forcibly Taken From Womb Via C-Section

My Son & Abortion
Avital is teaching her son about reproductive justice. Read More »
Kidnapping Women?!
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Texas Religious Right now basically advocates kidnapping women. Read More »
Tricked Into Abortion
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Boyfriend tricks girlfriend into aborting pregnancy with pills. Read More »
baby forcibly removed by C section

This story is all kinds of fucked up: a pregnant woman in Essex, UK, was sedated and had her baby forcibly taken from her womb via C-section because she was not taking her medication for bipolar disorder. The child is now 15-months-old and in the care of social services. The woman, an Italian who was in the UK for a Ryanair training course, is now trying to get her child back. Keep reading »

Officials Think They’ve Found Roma Girl “Maria”‘s Biological Parents In Bulgaria

Blonde Girl Named "Maria" Removed From Gypsy Couple's Care In Greece

Investigators in Europe say they have found the biological parents of Maria, a young girl living with a Roma couple who claimed the child was given away to them years ago, by successfully matching her DNA to two Bulgarians. Keep reading »

Blonde Girl Named “Maria” Removed From Gypsy Couple’s Care In Greece

Blonde Girl Named "Maria" Removed From Gypsy Couple's Care In Greece

A hot international news story: Greece has taken a young blonde girl called “Maria” away from a Roma, or gypsy, couple, though they claim to have adopted her from her biological mother. Authorities instead have accused the Roma couple of abducting Maria, who is age four or five, and of falsifying paperwork for the child and their other children. The Roma couple are accusing officials of coming after them over anti-gypsy prejudice. Keep reading »

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