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Sexism and the Single Murderess

Sexism and the Single Murderess | Frank Bruni | Scoop.it
Amanda Knox’s story is just one example of our continued quickness to heap scorn and slurs on women seen as sexually bold.
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Fashion, Fairness and the Olympics

Fashion, Fairness and the Olympics | Frank Bruni | Scoop.it
The clever Principle 6 campaign for gay rights catches fire and the attention of the fashion designer Alexander Wang.
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Bruni speaks up  about the discrimination against L.G.B.T in Russia during the Olympics and gives options on how to support the movement.

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Panic in the Locker Room!

Panic in the Locker Room! | Frank Bruni | Scoop.it
Let me get this, um, straight: Some N.F.L. players can withstand crushing tackles but not an openly gay teammate?
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Another column by Frank Bruni that discusses being an openly gay professional football player. Speak up against those that say changing in front of a gay teammate should not be ok.

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A Clever Solution to an Olympic Problem

A Clever Solution to an Olympic Problem | Frank Bruni | Scoop.it
LGBT advocates think they’ve found a safe way for athletes to stand against Russia’s anti-gay laws.
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A Taste You Hate? Just Wait

A Taste You Hate? Just Wait | Frank Bruni | Scoop.it
Are there really foods that we don’t like, or just foods that we haven’t liked yet?
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The Cruelest Pregnancy

The Cruelest Pregnancy | Frank Bruni | Scoop.it
A Texas law has turned a brain-dead woman into an incubator. How does that honor life?
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Frank Bruni speaks up about an issue that came up in keeping a women alive as a mere vessel for an unborn baby. The family of the woman had other wishes but there were laws that went against it, therefore they really had no choice.

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