Rashida Jones tackles the adult film industry in a new documentary, Hot Girls Wanted, warning teen girls against the allure of the porn world.The biggest draw to the porn industry seems to be the promise of fame, but most aspiring porn stars will remain unknown.NEWS: Rashida Calls Out Miley & 'Pornification' Of Women Not to blame pop culture but rappers talk about porn stars, Jones told Yahoo!. There are people who have become really famous from amateur sex tapes and are now well respected.The
One group in particular is suffering (see article). Poorly educated men in rich countries have had difficulty coping with the enormous changes in the labour market and the home over the past half-century. As technology and trade have devalued brawn, less-educated men have struggled to find a role in the workplace. Women, on the other hand, are surging into expanding sectors such as health care and education, helped by their superior skills. As education has become more important, boys have also fallen behind girls in school (except at the very top). Men who lose jobs in manufacturing often never work again. And men without work find it hard to attract a permanent mate. The result, for low-skilled men, is a poisonous combination of no job, no family and no prospects.
An explanation of what UN Peacekeeping is. The history and reform of UN Peacekeeping. In addition the role of the security council and the general assembly, as well as an information on how a new operation is formed, and Peacekeepers day.
Since she published the blog post, Andrea says she has heard from many other women who are also being cyberstalked, and even though she says she hasn't received help from police, she still tells others to call them. "Maybe the more cases they get, the more they will see how serious and widespread this issue is and deal with it," she told me.
So why would Grandma poison us? Well, for some time, my mother has postulated that Grandma has Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a condition that causes caregivers to poison or injure their charges. Me? I'm sure that Grandma wasn't trying to hurt anyone. If she slipped you a Mickey it was because she didn't want you to leave—she loved to make people miss their train. "Stay the night, stay the night," she'd coo.
The app "You Have a Voice" is designed to enable victims to describe the nature of their enslavement or exploitation in their native language by answering a series of questions.
Answering sensitive questions by using the app rather than speaking directly to officers could reduce the shame and fear that often stops victims from speaking out, and help police to arrest traffickers and save other victims, said Dunston, who became a professor at Champlain College in Vermont, USA.
"Cops I've spoken with keep talking about the language barrier, whether it's because the victims don't speak English or don't want to speak to police due to a lack of trust," he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by phone.
SWERF stands for Sex Worker Exclusionary Radical Feminist.
You know her. She calls herself a feminist and her life work revolves around eliminating sex work jobs.
She thinks men should all be ashamed for being men (naturally visual beings).
The name explains itself, but it is interesting to note that the SWERF mentality IS slowly dying like causes steeped in hatred usually do.
How To Identify If You Are a SWERF
Perhaps you are wondering if YOU are a SWERF. Perhaps you hang around with people in the rescue industry, or you have a good friend who has been saying a lot of things about "prostituted women" lately.
Perhaps you have been CALLED a SWERF and you're wondering
There is still an urgent need to refocus attention on integrating gender perspectives and involving women in peacekeeping and SSR reform processes. This article considers some of the key reasons why this matters.
It's a striking juxtaposition, to say the least. In the news this week we've seen photos of hundreds of girls and young women, many of them pregnant, recently rescued from captivity and sexual slavery at the hands of Boko Haram , the militant Islamist group in Nigeria. We've also seen photos of young women, smiling in their robes and mortarboards on graduation day at Columbia University in New York City, helping a classmate carry her mattress to the podium as a symbol of the trauma she says s
Zainab Bangura, the U.N.'s special representative on sexual violence in conflict, recently conducted a tour of refugee camps in the shadow of the conflicts in Syria and Iraq, war-ravaged countries where the Islamic State commands swaths of territory. She heard a host of horror stories from victims and their families and recounted them in an interview earlier this week with the Middle East Eye, an independent regional news site.
Crime & Justice Father of woman slain in apparent South Anchorage murder-suicide speaks out Jerzy Shedlock May 21, 2015 Share on emailEmailPrintText Size-A+A
Edwin Gonzalez lost his daughter Desiree Gonzalez and grandchildren Zaiden Young, 4, and Zarielle Young, 17 months, in a murder-suicide that took place May 13, 2015 in Anchorage. Curtis Young III also died in the incident, which police have described as a domestic-violence-related murder-suicide. Erik Hill / ADN An Anchorage man who found his only child and two grandchildren dead in their apartment last week in what police are calling a domestic-violence-related murder-suicide remembered his daughter Thursday as a hard worker, a good mother and an independent child.
“She was my baby,” Edwin Gonzalez said of his daughter, Desiree Leandra Gonzalez, while sitting on a recliner in his living room Thursday afternoon.
RELATED: Anchorage police: South Anchorage family likely killed in murder-suicide Domestic violence to blame for 4 deaths in South Anchorage, police say The father found the bodies of Desiree and her family on the afternoon of May 13. Even before the deaths, there had been signs of violence in the household, according to court records.
Initial evidence indicates that Desiree, 27; Zaiden E. Young, 4; and 17-month-old Zarielle A. Young were killed by Curtis Young III, Desiree’s boyfriend of six years, the Anchorage Police Department reported Thursday. Young shot his girlfriend and their two children before turning the gun on himself, police said.
The murders are still being investigated, police said.
Edwin said he's been focused on the well-being of his wife since the tragedy struck and that she is having a hard time accepting what happened.
It wasn’t until this week that Edwin shared with his wife what he saw in Desiree’s 74th Avenue apartment, tucked away in a quiet neighborhood near the Old Seward Highway.
A 'catastrophic' scene A mother’s worries prompted Edwin to check on Desiree around noon. Edwin's wife asked him to drive over to the apartment after he called Desiree’s workplace -- Reliant Transportation, where she worked as a bus driver -- and learned she hadn’t shown up that morning.
Edwin remained calm. Initially, he wasn’t thinking anything bad had happened; it was possible Desiree and Young overslept, he said.
When he arrived, the doors were locked, but the couple’s vehicles were outside. He didn’t want to break in, but said his wife insisted he find out where Desiree and her children were.
Edwin grabbed a ladder and leaned it against the home. He climbed it and peeked inside a second-story bedroom window. All four were dead in the room.
Shaking his head, Edwin declined to talk about his discovery in any more detail.
Anchorage police Sgt. Mike Couturier previously called the crime scene “catastrophic.”
An independent daughter Desiree's childhood was fairly typical, her father said.
She spent her free time with friends or with a cousin who was around the same age. The cousins remained close as they got older.
Around middle school, Desiree started taking piano lessons and Edwin eventually bought a piano. He said he’d frequently ask his daughter to play “his song,” and she would plunk out a rendition of "Amazing Grace."
Desiree's classmates at Service High School described her as quiet -- a girl who kept to herself. Edwin’s recollection differs -- she was a bit of a “wild child” at home, he said, quick to assert her autonomy.
She was in her early 20s when she gave birth to Zaiden. She took quickly to being a mother, Edwin said.
Edwin says his daughter and Young were good parents and they both pitched in.
Young had difficulty holding down a steady job, Edwin said, but he appeared to be a caring father.
“I liked the guy,” Edwin said.
‘Young and in love’ Young wasn’t without his problems. He had anger issues, Edwin Gonzalez said, evidenced by domestic violence convictions against him in 2010 and 2011.
Zaiden was still a baby when the young couple got into an argument about Young’s smoking, court records say. Young was charged for attacking Desiree during that argument.
About a year later, Young choked Desiree until she passed out -- twice. He was mad that she was going to a concert, the records say.
A judge ordered Young not to contact the mother of his child in both cases. But by all indications, the couple remained together.
Young also participated in required domestic violence courses. Edwin said he believed Young didn't have a good attitude about the classes and was unwilling to learn from his mistakes.
Edwin said he also encouraged Young to seek private counseling. He suggested this to his daughter too, he said.
Desiree would not respond to his pleas. Neither would Young.
He went as far as to tell Desiree that perhaps she should get away from Young.
“But they were young and in love,” Edwin said. “I told her my opinion, but it was her choice to make … I had to let them live their lives.”
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