In the lead up to the 2018 US mid-term election, Oprah Winfrey campaigning for Georgia Democratic Gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, while delivering a fiery, impassioned speech, recounted a voter suppression story of how one man was denied and robbed of his right to vote.
On October 6, 2018 at 8:15 am for about 40 minutes Twitter user, author A. R Moxon AKA Julius Ghost inspired by the Kavanaugh hearings, in a series of viral tweets used a really brutal analogy to inform and educate men on how women face being sexually harassed, the way our paternalistic society treats them and their resulting justifiable anger and rage towards men.
Yes that's right, it was accidentally discovered hanging in the White House. And you can thank Leslie Stahl, the 60 Minutes crew and Josh Billinson for it.
During their stroll through the White House, on their way to U.S. President Donald "Douchebag" Trump's interview with Leslie Stahl on “60 Minutes”, the cameras caught a glimpse of a painting ...
President Donald Trump apologizing to women? When I first heard this, I was almost sure it was Fake News. But believe it or not, President Donald Trump has finally seen the light of day, come to his senses and has begun to change his disgusting and despicable ways.
He has finally, officially apologized to women. He didn't do this all by himself though. He had some help along the way ...
Maggie Doyne is an incredible and truly remarkable person who built a children's home, school and women's shelter in Surkheet, Nepal. She is the mother and legal guardian to 50 childern.
Maggie also started BlinkNow a non-profit organization to support her cause. In November 2015 she won the CNN Hero of the Year Award.