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Instagram Influencer Mom Leaves Kids and Husband in Coach While She Flies First Class 

 

This Instagram influencer mom is not afraid to leave her family in the back of the plane while she flies first class.

Naomi Isted, a fashion blogger and TV presenter from Essex, U.K., who has 94,400 followers on Instagram, told INSIDER that she travels every six weeks on average for work, and if she’s booked in an economy seat, she’ll always “try to upgrade if there’s scope to do so.”

However, if her children are traveling with her, she will upgrade alone because she believes that, at ages 3 and 9 years old, they’re too young too appreciate the amenities of first class.

“I never personally experienced business or first until I was presenting a wine TV show in my 20s,” Isted, 40, told INSIDER, adding that a person shouldn’t fly first class until they are old enough to “appreciate and understand the value of money and hard work.”

People

Tags: Employment, Environment, Family, Finance, Lifestyle, Parenting, Privilege, Self Interest, Social Media, Travel, Treatment, Weird, Women

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31-Mar-2019


A 71-year-old grandmother walked miles to donate to cyclone survivors. Zimbabwe's richest man noticed 

 

A selfless act by a 71-year-old woman has caught the attention of Zimbabwe's richest man, who called the grandmother's several-mile trek while carrying clothing and household items for cyclone survivors "one of the most remarkable acts of compassion I have ever seen."

Plaxedes Dilon is being praised in Zimbabwe and beyond after she lugged the aid on foot to the Highlands Presbyterian Church in Harare, where volunteers have been coordinating relief efforts for thousands displaced since Cyclone Idai struck southern Africa in mid-March.

CNN

Tags: Environment, Humanity, Mama Wrecks, Nature, Support, Sweet, Women, World

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29-Mar-2019


Former kennel owner and wife allegedly had threesome with ‘Demon’ doberman 

 

A former kennel owner was indicted in Virginia this week on multiple counts of bestiality and animal cruelty, according to reports.

The charges include an allegation that Richard Patterson, 48, and his wife, Christina Patterson, 42, both from Suffolk, had the front toenails of a male dog removed so they could more easily have sex with the animal, according to court documents.

NY Post

Tags: Abuse, Animals, Lifestyle, Men, Privilege, Relationships, Sex, Women

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01-Feb-2019


Men at Davos Discover New, Creative Excuse to Justify Excluding Women in the Workplace 

 

Men have found a new way to absolve themselves of the responsibility of mentoring and promoting women in the workplace: fear over the MeToo movement.

The New York Times reports that at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, basically an extended spa retreat for the mega-rich, male executives are afraid of the increasing movement to hold abusers accountable for their actions. As these two sources put it:

“I now think twice about spending one-on-one time with a young female colleague,” said one American finance executive, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the issue is “just too sensitive.”

“Me, too,” said another man in the conversation.

The lesson these men have apparently taken from MeToo is not that sexual harassment is a pervasive institutional issue, but that women are a threat, so best to just leave them behind. One economist found that nearly two-thirds of male executives were reluctant to hold one-on-one meetings with women “lest their motives be misconstrued by their colleagues.” Wall Street, already a boys club, is now reportedly excluding women from work dinners, meetings, and trips. The end result is same as the old result: women’s careers in male-dominated workplaces will continue to stall.

Jezebel

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Employment, Environment, Finance, Irony, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Protections, Punishment, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Treatment, Woman's Rights, Women

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28-Jan-2019


New York passes law allowing abortions up until baby's due date if mother's health is at risk 

 

New York state has enacted strong new legal protections for abortion rights. The new law, signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday, safeguards rights laid out in Roe v. Wade and other court rulings, including a provision permitting late-term abortions when a woman's health is endangered, The Associated Press reports. The state's previous law, which had been on the books for nearly 50 years, only permitted abortions after 24 weeks of pregnancy if a woman's life was at risk.

Governor Cuomo celebrated the passing of the bill in the Democrat-led Senate and Assembly on Tuesday, which happened to be the 46th anniversary of the Roe decision. "In the face of a federal government intent on rolling back Roe v. Wade and women's reproductive rights, I promised that we would enact this critical legislation within the first 30 days of the new session — and we got it done," Cuomo said in a statement. He directed state landmarks like the spire of One World Trade Center to be lit up in pink to "shine a bright light forward for the rest of the nation to follow."

CBS News

Tags: Abortion, All Rights, Choices, Environment, Health, Laws, Overpopulation, Policy, Science, Woman's Rights, Women

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23-Jan-2019


Alcohol Deaths Among Women Are Rising, But This Is Why No One’s Talking About It 

 

While the opioid crisis is rightfully getting attention for the destruction it's caused, alcohol use among women has quietly risen in the background, USA Today reports. Citing a study from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington and published in the journal The Lancet, USA Today says that during a 10-year period, alcohol related deaths among women rose 67 percent. What's more, the study reported that alcohol is the leading cause of death worldwide for people between the ages of 15 and 49.

Bustle

Tags: Alcohol, Death, Environment, Health, Mental Health, Study, Women

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16-Nov-2018


Your Mother’s Romantic Past Affects Your Own Dating Adventures 

 

Some people have their mother’s eyes. And some, it turns out, grow up to have their mother’s romantic history.

People whose mothers have been married multiple times or have lived with multiple romantic partners are more likely to do so themselves, according to a new study published Tuesday in the journal PLoSOne. The longer people are exposed to their mother’s cohabitation, the more sexual partners they tend to have.

Enter an organization driving positive change in its community for the chance to win $20,000 in funding.

The authors looked at data from surveys of thousands of Americans followed for 24 years.

The Atlantic

Tags: Environment, Holidays, Parental Burden, Parenting, Relationships, Science, Sex, Study, Women

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14-Nov-2018


Golden Girls fans will want to snag this limited edition collector’s item 

 

If you’re a fan of The Golden Girls, the much-beloved late ‘80s early ‘90s TV sitcom about four silver-haired ladies living together in Miami, then you may be delighted to know that it now has its own limited-edition blueberry-flavored multigrain cereal. It even comes with a toy inside of the box: a Funko figurine of one of the Golden Girls.

Queerty

Tags: Celebrity, Comedy, Entertainment, Food, Toys, TV Gay Swatch, TV Swatch, Women

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17-Oct-2018


AMERICA’S MOTHERS ARE ISOLATED, ANXIOUS, AND DEPRESSED—HERE’S WHY 

 

New Jersey-based magazine editor Jenny Jones (at her request, we’re using a pseudonym) had the perfect pregnancy. “I was super healthy, I worked out four to five times a week, I felt great,” she tells me. The 32-year-old, established in her career and marriage, felt ready to welcome her new baby girl into her life. “Everything was falling into place,” she says.

Then, she gave birth, and everything fell out of place. Nothing went according to her expectations, beginning with the actual delivery and how exhausted (to put it mildly) she found herself in its aftermath. “I emerged from the hospital feeling like I had been in an underground bunker for a year fighting a war,” she says. Things didn’t get easier from there. Jones struggled with a continued sleep deficit, a constant feeling of overwhelm, and physical pain. Really struggled. “I woke up on day four and was like, ‘The way I’m feeling isn’t normal.’ So, I dragged my husband to my OB and just cried. I was like, ‘I can’t do this. I just want to run away. This is not my life.’”

Well and Good

Tags: Children, Choices, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parenting, Pregnancy, Treatment, Women

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17-Oct-2018


This Instagram Shames Men for Being Absolute Monsters on Dating Apps 

 

It’s a tale as old as the internet: when Alexandra Tweten would log into her online dating accounts, she’d occasionally get messages from random guys that made her uneasy. Sometimes it’d be an unsolicited dick pic. Other times the messages themselves were lewd or creepy right off the bat. “I just wouldn’t respond, or I’d think, ‘No, thanks. I'm not interested,’” Tweten tells VICE over the phone. “And then they got hostile.”

Vice

Tags: Abuse, App, Backlash, Dating, Hostility, Men, Privilege, Social Media, Women

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29-Sep-2018


Suicide By Women Is A Major Public Health Concern In India 

 

In June, M., a 28-year-old woman jumped from the second floor of her home in Madurai, India — 20 feet above a rocky, tar road — after a bitter argument with her husband. He had accused her of having an affair.

This was M.'s second attempt to kill herself. She survived the fall. M. had been prescribed antidepressants after her first suicide attempt seven years before but had stopped taking them. She was admitted to Madurai's Government Rajaji hospital shortly after her second suicide attempt. Three weeks later, doctors recommended that she have surgery using metallic plates to fuse her shattered spine, but her mother, uncertain and fearful about the outcome, refused to let M. go under the knife.

She was discharged a month after her ordeal and remains bedridden in her mother's home, unable to walk. Her two children, an 8-year-old girl and a 5-year-old boy, who last visited her a week ago, still live with their father. Her mother gave us the details of her story and asked that only her daughter's initial be used to protect her privacy.

npr

India strikes down sexist adultery law: 'Husband is not the master of the wife'

Tags: Cheating, Environment, Fear, Laws, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Modernization, Parental Burden, Population, Protections, Study, Suicide, Woman's Rights, Women, World

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27-Sep-2018


Monogamy May Be Even More Difficult For Women Than it Is For Men 

 

It’s a widely held belief that monogamy comes more naturally to women than it does to men. A lot of people subscribe to a narrative that says the sexes are just “wired” differently, with women having evolved to be monogamous and men to be promiscuous.

There’s just one problem with this line of thinking—it’s not true, according author Wednesday Martin’s latest book. In UNTRUE: Why Nearly Everything We Believe About Women, Lust, and Infidelity is Wrong and How the New Science Can Set Us Free , Martin offers a provocative read based on the latest research studies and interviews with experts in human sexuality that challenges us to think differently about women and sex. She sets the record straight on a number of false beliefs about female sexuality in particular, including when and why women cheat.

Tonic

Tags: Cheating, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Inclusion, Interview, Misrepresentation, Opinion, Sex, Woman's Rights, Women

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19-Sep-2018


Activist Dior Vargas Wants to Center People of Color in the Mental Health Conversation 

 

Mental health issues are not the sole domain of white people. Although that should be obvious, the media visibility afforded to communities of color around these issues—or lack thereof—doesn’t always reflect that. But Latina activist Dior Vargas has made it her mission to make people of color dealing with mental health issues more visible. Her voice is an important one as the mental health conversation moves forward in communities of color.

Vargas, 31, grew up in East Harlem, New York. From the age of 14, she’s been diagnosed with various mental health problems including major depression, anxiety, and borderline personality disorder. In 2014, wanting to add further focus to her activism and knowledge to her internal biblioteca, Vargas dug through the internet in search of accurate visual depictions of the multifarious, layered experience of mental health she well knows—but to little avail. Instead, she said, she was met with images of people who “nine times out of ten were white” in historical images, photographs of white women, or both.

Jezebel

Tags: Action, Education, Environment, Inclusion, Mental Health, Service, Social Media, Support, Women, Writing

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28-Aug-2018


The Surprising Reason We Lack So Much Knowledge About Women's Health 

 

One big way that gender bias in research has skewed biomedical knowledge is that a lot of the knowledge we have about diseases that affect both genders and the effects of drugs and other treatments is based on research on men. For decades, a lot of clinical research was done solely or largely on men and the results were extrapolated to women. It’s really only since the early nineties that the research community has begun to recognize the importance of including women and paying attention to the possibility that there may be sex/gender differences. Back then, the National Institutes of Health wasn’t keeping track of whether women were enrolled in its federally funded research. The Food and Drug Administration was prohibiting all women of childbearing age from taking part in early-phase drug trials. And researchers were generally reluctant to include women for paternalistic reasons (a concern for the possible risks to women and/or their future fetuses) and also out of laziness (accounting for women’s varying hormonal states and cycles was thought to make it more complicated and costly to get statistically significant results).

Forbes

Tags: Anatomy, Disease, Environment, Health, Inclusion, Medical, Nature, Sex, Study, Treatment, Woman's Rights, Women

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26-Aug-2018


Three Children, Two Abortions
What a woman chooses to do with her body should not be up for debate in 2018. 
 

Abortion should be as inalienable a right as life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Supreme Court justices should not be chosen for their opposition to Roe v. Wade. And our country should be pouring its considerable energy and resources into creating the kind of infrastructure that supports the lives of actual babies, once they’re born: universal health care, paid parental leave, subsidized daycare, proper sex education, affordable college, affordable birth control, and easier access to that birth control to keep unwanted pregnancies from happening in the first place (should the women who are lucky enough to get their hands on it have better luck than I did in the game of birth-control roulette).

The Atlantic

Who Gets Legal Abortions in America? Mothers.

McDonald's serves pregnant Canadian cleaning fluid latte

Tags: Abortion, Choices, Drink, Environment, Finance, Health, Humanity, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Keep Abortion Legal, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Politics, Pregnancy, Restaurant, Science, Sexism, Toxic, Woman's Rights, Women

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01-Aug-2018




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