March 2018

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"Its a Double Standard on Steroids": Katy Perry Forces Teen Boy to Kiss HerAnd #MeToo Is Silent

ShareTweet With the #MeToo movement taking America by storm since the Harvey Weinstein scandal, it’s no secret that society is starting to take sexual assault against women more seriously. From Weinstein to Matt Lauer to former Olympic doctor Larry Nassar, the allegations of sexual misconduct against people in power have given women of all social classes

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Gina Rodriguez To Play Carmen Sandiego In Live-Action Netflix Film

The “Jane the Virgin” star has been tapped to play the globe-hopping thief Carmen Sandiego in an upcoming live-action feature film for the streaming service based on the beloved character, according to Deadline.  The Golden Globe winner is already attached to voice Carmen Sandiego in an animated series for Netflix that will debut sometime in 2019.

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Obamas To Parkland Teens: You've Awakened The Nation's Conscience

The note said the Parkland, Florida, teenagers had “helped awaken the conscience of the nation, and challenged decision-makers to make the safety of our children the country’s top priority.” In the letter, dated March 10 and obtained by Mic on Wednesday, the Obamas thanked the survivors of the shooting for speaking out against gun violence and for acting

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"Are You Serious, Man?!": Chick-fil-A Cashier Stuns Customer by Keeping His Change for 3 Weeks, Then Returning It

ShareTweet When it comes to crushing it in the customer service department, there’s hardly a company that can contend with Chick-fil-A. From FedEx-ing a forgotten purse back to a customer to opening their doors on Sunday for disaster relief and church service, this fast-food chain sure stays true to its Christian roots. From its CEO all the

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This Bench Absorbs More Air Pollution Than A Small Forest

It’s no secret that London’s air is grimy as hell. Within just one month, “the Big Smoke” reached its air pollution limit set by the EU for the whole of 2018. But a novel piece of urban furniture hopes to serve as a footsoldier in the capital’s big battle to “go green”. Germany-based tech startup