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  • Fate of 'pink Viagra' should be determined by science, not politics

    Fate of 'pink Viagra' should be determined by science, not politics
    There's nothing feminist about a drug that isn't very effective and can have negative side effects in the women who take it. That's something for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to keep in mind as it reconsiders the so-called little pink pill or...
  • Palm Beach County woman takes reins of Florida League of Women Voters

    Palm Beach County woman takes reins of Florida League of Women Voters
    Online, people have Twitter and Facebook. On cable, a range of information comes from MSNBC and Fox. But even with access to every imaginable bit of information about public affairs, the new president of the Florida League of Women Voters says citizens...
  • McArthur High bans lady pants, it's about time

    McArthur High bans lady pants, it's about time
    McArthur High School has reminded us of an old school lesson: Men wear pants. Girls don't. It's about time someone said something. First women got the right to vote. Then they started wearing man pants. Now they want equal pay? Where does it stop?...
  • Champions of the middle class in Springfield

    Champions of the middle class in Springfield
    With Gov. Bruce Rauner and House Speaker Michael Madigan willing to wage war on behalf of the middle class, those of us in that group ought to feel like the prettiest girl in school being coveted by the most popular boys. By that I mean you ought to...
  • Are meat-eaters more likely to be racists?

    Are meat-eaters more likely to be racists?
    According to a new study by an international team of researchers, your thoughts about marriage equality and racial justice could be linked to your affinity for steaks and sausages. In other words, if the idea of killing another living being for dinner...
  • Wandering Eye: Baltimore's deadliest month in 40 years, changes at the Department of Natural Resources, and more

    Wandering Eye: Baltimore's deadliest month in 40 years, changes at the Department of Natural Resources, and more
    "Four top leaders at the Maryland Department of Natural Resources were let go Friday, sending a combined 98 years of fisheries, land conservation and communications experience out the doors of the Tawes building, the department's headquarters in...
  • Ask Carnac how 'Tonight Show' host Johnny Carson's stuff ended up in Fullerton

    Ask Carnac how 'Tonight Show' host Johnny Carson's stuff ended up in Fullerton
    Long before Jimmy Fallon and David Letterman, there was a king of late night TV. Johnny Carson, who helmed "The Tonight Show" on NBC for 30 years, successfully combined comedy, celebrity interviews, music and opening monologues, establishing a format...
  • 'White marriage' a growing trend for young couples in Iran

    'White marriage' a growing trend for young couples in Iran
    Nina and Ahmad have lived happily together in their small one-bedroom apartment for years. They share the cost of groceries; they split the rent. But in Iran, where Islamic teachings are woven into all aspects of life, theirs is a delicate — and...
  • Hartford Town & County Club Celebrates 90th Anniversary

    It was 1925 when a group of Hartford's most prestigious women were denied membership to some of Hartford's most exclusive private clubs, all deemed "men only." Armed with women's rights and a new sense of independence and tenacity, they banded...
  • East Aurora High students take on Islamic State, women's rights in children's books

    East Aurora High students take on Islamic State, women's rights in children's books
    On a recent Friday morning at Gates Elementary School in Aurora, about a dozen East Aurora High School sophomores fanned out to classrooms to read to the younger students. But this wasn't a typical story time. The high school students were reading...
  • Book report: Literary-ish things you might have missed this week, May 23-29

    Book report: Literary-ish things you might have missed this week, May 23-29
    • New Gloria Steinem book coming in October The activist and feminist icon's "My Life on the Road" will be her first book in 20 years. According to Entertainment Weekly, the memoir will detail her experiences and the people she's met in her nomadic...