Sexting: do men and women do it differently?

When you think of sexting, you usually think of men sending unsolicited pictures. But what about the relationships that thrive on it – and the women who love it? Elle Hunt  - The Guardian Jeff Temple:...

Doctor Room: The counsellor helping digital sex crime victims

By Hyung Eun Kim, Julie Yoon and Mark Shea BBC World Service BBC.COM-Image copyright Jilla Dastmalchi/BBC "Thank you for putting a brake on the life of a devil that could not be stopped." That is how one...

‘This is unholy’: Twitter aghast as red Trump yarmulkes sported at Jewish event

Russia Today Trump-branded yarmulkes were spotted at the Republican Jewish Coalition in Las Vegas on Saturday, sparking a wave of reaction on Twitter, with some expressing anger at the perceived lack of respect to the...

US State Department Cheers Facebook Ban on ‘Inauthentic’ Pages

The US State Department applauded Facebook's decision to remove pages "orchestrated from abroad, that foment division and violence inside the United States," according to a Wednesday statement. Anti-fascist organizers in Charlottesville, Virginia and local activists in Washington,...

Armenia’s #metoo aims to break silence on sexual violence

The campaign also has sparked a backlash against some who believe it is a European-backed effort intended to get Armenia to sign on to international conventions on preventing sexual violence. Ani Mejlumyan-  eURASIANET Hundreds...

Haigazian University, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE) and the UNICEF Celebrate...

Beirut, 19 February, 2020 – Haigazian University was designated as the official consultants of the “Inclusive Education Program”, a program launched by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE), and supported by the...

Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk Take the Power Suit Into Couple’s Territory

by Janelle Okwodu-Vogue Gwyneth Paltrow has been setting fashion trends since the mid-90s, so when the actress and Goop founder debuts a new look, it commands attention. Yesterday in Hollywood at the Walk of Fame...

Why can’t male ‘intellectuals’ leave Emily Ratajkowski’s breasts alone?

Arwa Mahdawi  -  The Guardian A creepy, condescending magazine profile of the model went viral over the weekend. But it’s far from the first time a famous woman has been slavered over by a pompous...

Son sells 28 years of birthday whisky to buy first home

BBC.COM-Image caption Matthew Robson was given a bottle of 18-year-old whisky every year for his birthday which is now worth £40,000 A man whose father gave him 18-year-old whisky every year for his birthday is...

Netizens Troll Pakistani News Channel Flashing Indian Flag in Epic Hack

New Delhi (Sputnik): The incident occurred just days before the Independence Day of Pakistan (14 August) as well as that of India (15 August). Pakistan’s leading news channel Dawn has issued a statement saying...

Al Gore warns Germany risks being left behind on climate change

"If I were a citizen of Germany, I would be concerned about Germany being left behind," the former US vice president has warned. His solution would see Germany phase out coal as a major...

Worsening world hunger affects 821 million, aggravated by climate change and war, U.N. reports

AFP- JIJI UNITED NATIONS - More than 821 million people suffered from hunger worldwide last year, the United Nations reported Monday — the third year in a row that the number has risen. After decades of...

Meghan Markle Chose a Givenchy LBD for Her First Solo Appearance as a Royal

by Edward Barsamian - Vogue Earlier this evening, Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, made her first solo appearance since joining the royal family, arriving alone to the opening of the Oceania exhibition at...

In daytime discos, South Korea’s elderly find escape from anxiety

Cynthia Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - A discotheque hidden among the back alleys of eastern Seoul is packed with hundreds of grey-haired couples on a Monday afternoon, dancing to local hits from the 1960s in a...

And the least feminist nation in the world is… Denmark?

A poll of more than 25,000 people in 23 major countries found that just one in six Danes consider themselves a feminist Richard Orange in Copenhagen and Pamela Duncan -  The Guardian It is one of...

Looking for Rohmer challenges China’s cinematic gay taboo

By Beijing bureau BBC News A low-budget film has made headlines in China, not for its glowing success at the box office or critical acclaim, but simply because it made it into cinemas at all. Looking...

German philosopher Jürgen Habermas at 90

Renowned for his analysis of democracy and rule of law, he is one of the most influential thinkers alive. As he turns 90, Jürgen Habermas is not about to stop getting involved in the...

Science Says You Should Embrace Hugging

By Jamie Ducharme -TIME Health. When a loved one has a tough day, you probably give them a hug without a second thought. And a new study says that simple act may have a larger...

Before the internet broke my attention span I read books compulsively. Now, it takes...

Josephine Tovey   -The Guardian My brain on a good book is a better place. But carving out space for one requires carefully devised strategies ‘Even with a cracking book, I can find my hand wandering for...

Are you in a ‘ships in the night’ marriage?

By Rowan Pelling -  Brisbane Times Narratives exploring human relationships were once largely concerned with the quest for love. This meant two sweethearts having to overcome the hurdles that stood between them and the altar,...