Lauren Duca, Teen Vogue’s celebrated columnist, caused a firestorm on Twitter yesterday after saying Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot was paid 46 times less than Man of Steel star Henry Cavill. The only problem is that Duca is dead wrong.
The American Medical Association (AMA) is taking an official stance on transgender bathrooms, saying denial of private facilities to people suffering from gender identity issues could cause them “severe mental health repercussions.”
Pphubbing is the newest phenomena of the cell phone culture and it refers to the bad habit of checking your cell phone when you’re supposed to be fully present to your significant other. A new study says this could be hazardous to your relationship!
There’s nothing that Planned Parenthood would like more than to jump on the Wonder Woman bandwagon, but this production is hardly the epitome of the old-school feminism that inspired the story nearly 75 years ago.
Even though Americans enjoy life in a representative democracy with leaders who represent the various constituencies that make up this great nation, Senator Bernie Sanders sparked outrage last week by suggesting that the Christian belief in salvation through Christ alone makes us unfit to serve.
Valerie Huber, a tireless champion of sexual risk avoidance education for teens, has been appointed as Chief of Staff to the Assistant Secretary for Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
The conventional wisdom that teen pregnancy rates are reduced by promoting birth control and “safe sex” suffered a serious blow in a new study by British researchers which found empirical evidence to support the fact that reductions in sex education budgets has resulted in lower teen pregnancy rates.
A district court judge in Illinois has ruled in favor of the Archdiocese of Chicago in a lawsuit brought against the church by a homosexual man who was fired from his position as music director in a parish after he publicly announced his engagement to a man.