Now that Brown has gotten involved in a situation that is truly disturbing, everyone is putting their hands in the air. But just one week ago, we couldn’t get enough of his antics.
"Hustlers" is not the beginning of a “Showgirls” redux. Rather, it is a thesis statement about conspicuous consumption at the height of the Wall Street bubble.
The Kurbo Health app suggests to teens that there's a right and wrong way to look and that restricting food is the primary response to body dissatisfaction.
The premise that marriage and having children with disabilities are incompatible has its roots in ableism, but can become a self-fulfilling prophesy.
It’s clear to everyone that she did something wrong. It's a lot harder to see the iniquity when looking at your own life.
Mavericks with Ari Melber
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