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#WomensMarch "A woman's place is in the rebellion. May the force be with you," at the Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017 Photo credit: Lester Howard Andrist

LGBTQ teens are more likely to suffer from depression and to have suicidal thoughts. Words do kill and awareness needs to be raised. This article talks about emotional distress among LGBT youth.

LGBTQ teens are more likely to suffer from depression and to have suicidal thoughts. Words do kill and awareness needs to be raised. This article talks about emotional distress among LGBT youth.

Every woman is an amazon(including the women who weren't born women), no matter their body type. Wonder Woman said so herself.

Every Woman is a Wonder Woman

Every woman is an amazon(including the women who weren't born women), no matter their body type. Wonder Woman said so herself.

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| A Great Day to be Alive  Finally gay/lesbian people were "given" their human rights... still proud and congrats to Karen and Sharon

| A Great Day to be Alive Finally gay/lesbian people were "given" their human rights... still proud and congrats to Karen and Sharon

Can Saudi Arabia's first anti-domestic violence advert make a difference? Last month, thousands of people in Saudi Arabia opened up their newspapers to find a full-page picture of a woman with a black eye clearly visible underneath her burqa. Below the image ran the slogan in Arabic, "Some things can't be covered", and a list of phone numbers for local domestic abuse shelters. In a culture that tends to turn a blind eye to the issue of violence towards women, it was a shocking and powerful…

Saudi's anti-abuse campaign is just gearing up

Can Saudi Arabia's first anti-domestic violence advert make a difference? Last month, thousands of people in Saudi Arabia opened up their newspapers to find a full-page picture of a woman with a black eye clearly visible underneath her burqa. Below the image ran the slogan in Arabic, "Some things can't be covered", and a list of phone numbers for local domestic abuse shelters. In a culture that tends to turn a blind eye to the issue of violence towards women, it was a shocking and powerful…

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