The Truth Behind 'Men's Body Wash' And 'Women's Body Wash' Will Make You Feel Dirty. Jimmy Carter may have recently been diagnosed with brain cancer, but the dude has already won life.
Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images. Despite his many detractors, Carter is straight-up one of America's most effective statesmen and all-around good guys of the 20th and 21st centuries. Press: Bigotry in the bathroom. There are a lot of Bruce Springsteen fans in North Carolina.
A lot of disappointed Springsteen fans, perhaps, but also proud Springsteen fans. They are proud that their favorite music hero made the decision to cancel a sold-out concert in Greensboro, N.C., scheduled for April 10 rather than perform in a state that has chosen to discriminate against LGBT Americans. Yes, extreme and ignorant “religious” fanatics are at it again, with a new wave of legislation to allow discrimination against certain Americans in the name of religion, just as earlier generations of Christians used the Bible to justify the practice of slavery. 64 Percent of Women Scientists Say They've Been Sexually Harassed Doing Field Work. Most women working in the sciences face sexual assault and harassment while conducting field work, according to a study released Wednesday that is the first to investigate the subject.
The report surveyed 516 women (and 142 men) working in various scientific fields, including archeology, anthropology, and biology. Sixty-four percent of the women said they had been sexually harassed while working at field sites, and one out of five said they had been victims of sexual assault. The study found that the harassers and assailants were usually supervisors. Ninety percent of the women who were harassed were young undergraduates, post-graduates, or post-doctoral students.
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Photograph: Ken McKay / Rex Features Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Laurie Penny's "dissection of modern feminism" is a rollercoaster of a book, taking in poverty and prejudice, rioting and mutiny, slut-shaming and cybersexism. Forget Sex and the City, Penny doesn't give a damn about the politics of waxing or how small your pants are.