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It's their life

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A 29 year-old female made national news with her decision to partake in medically-assisted suicide.After weighing all possible courses of action, Brittany Maynard decided that rather than treating her inoperable brain tumor, she will end her life through prescribed medication, known as “dying with dignity.”The subject of doctor-assisted suicide is clearly controversial.The practice of dying with dignity is only allowed in a few states.


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The real GMOs

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The experimental cultivation of genetically modified foods for commercialization is a hot topic boiling within a thick soup of social and political controversies.


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Not all gone girls

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If you have yet to see David Fincher’s new movie "Gone Girl," or read the book by Gillian Flynn , you need to stop reading this column


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Not on my turf

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On Friday, HuffPost Women blogger Carol Bysiek published her open letter to the NFL online.


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Playing to win

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Every person has the natural born right to a healthy body and mind. Unfortunately, sports culture has reached such a fever pitch in this country that it has begun to hurt these prospects.




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No room for debate

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In a representative democracy, such as the one we currently have in the United States, it’s of the utmost importance that our representatives stand as engaged with the voting populace.


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Misogyny in gay men

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Misogyny among straight men is nothing new in our culture. It’s existed for as long as straight men themselves have existed.But what if I told you that there’s misogyny among gay men?


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Jen's nude moment

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Jennifer Lawrence has finally spoken out about the release of her nude photos back in August.The 24-year-old “Hunger Games” and “X-Men” star broke her silence in an interview with Vanity Fair.“I was just so afraid,” she said.


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Empathize with the empathizing

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When the Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal broke, many were quick to throw their opinions and thoughts into the fray, including yours truly.






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Nice girls finish last

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It’s nothing surprising or new to hear that only 15 of the Fortune 500 companies are led by women CEOs.


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Hong Kong's time for choosing

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In what is becoming a common trend against undemocratic regimes in our changed world, protests have engulfed key parts of Hong Kong, calling for true democratic elections in the former British Colony.