Here are a few things from around the web that may interest you:
A movie producer warned Mila Kunis’ career would end if she refused to pose half-naked for a men’s magazine, the A-list actress wrote in an open letter about sexism in Hollywood and society at large.
With four days left until election day here in the US, here are some final — oh, God, please let them be final — thoughts:
“Thinking holistically about pro-life values means thinking beyond the labor and delivery unit. If we don’t address income inequality in this country, and if we don’t support robust plans to improve health care and education, we simply can’t sustain the very lives we’re advocating be protected. […]
By focusing exclusively on the legal components of abortion while simultaneously opposing these family-friendly social policies, the Republican Party has managed to hold pro-life voters hostage with the promise of outlawing abortion (which has yet to happen under any Republican administration since Roe v. Wade), while actively working against the very policies that would lead to a significant reduction in unwanted pregnancies.
So even though I think abortion is morally wrong in most cases, and support more legal restrictions around it, I often vote for pro-choice candidates when I think their policies will do the most to address the health and economic concerns that drive women to get abortions in the first place.”
Election Update: Yes, Donald Trump Has A Path To Victory (Please, God, no!!!).
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