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Claudia Is Intersex, Let's Talk About It -- "We're comfortable with the fact that there aren't just two heights, or two weights, or two skin colors that people come in. Why should sex be any different?"

Claudia Is Intersex, Let's Talk About It -- "We're comfortable with the fact that there aren't just two heights, or two weights, or two skin colors that people come in. Why should sex be any different?"

I Sat In on My Son’s Sex-Ed Class, and I Was Shocked by What I Heard - Features - The Stranger

I Sat In on My Son’s Sex-Ed Class, and I Was Shocked by What I Heard - Features - The Stranger

Wonder why TV wives are always hotter than their husbands? Hint: It starts before the show is even cast

Hollywood’s hidden sexism: How casting notices keep beauty standards alive

Wonder why TV wives are always hotter than their husbands? Hint: It starts before the show is even cast

To fight income inequality, tell your friends how much you make

To fight income inequality, tell your friends how much you make

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7 TED Talks That Will Lift You Out of Your Work Rut #professionalwomen

7 TED Talks That Will Lift You Out of Your Work Rut #professionalwomen

How to explain gay marriage to kids  - funny pictures #funnypictures

12 Hilarious Comics That Nail The Reality Of Parenthood

A 13 year-old-girl in Afghanistan who was wed and subsequently tortured celebrates justice in the courts: her three in-laws who are responsible for her abuse will serve ten years in prison each. The case highlights advancements in Afghan women's rights in the past decade -- but are these advances there to stay?

Wed and Tortured at 13, Afghan Girl Finds Rare Justice

A 13 year-old-girl in Afghanistan who was wed and subsequently tortured celebrates justice in the courts: her three in-laws who are responsible for her abuse will serve ten years in prison each. The case highlights advancements in Afghan women's rights in the past decade -- but are these advances there to stay?

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