Day: July 10, 2022

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‘Big Brother’ Alums Slam Houseguests’ Treatment of Taylor Hale

They have her back. After Big Brother Fans noticed that several season 24 Houseguests were targeting contestants. Taylor HaleFrom outside, other franchise alums have shown their support for her. “The treatment of Taylor in #BB24 is a prime example of why The Cookout was formed,” season 23 winner Xavier Prather tweetedSunday, July 10 – referring to […]

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Who Is Chris Hemsworth’s Daughter In ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’?

Mark Baker/AP/Shutterstock All in the Family Thor: Love and ThunderThere are many roles that children can play, but Chris Hemsworth‘s daughter India HemsworthPotentially, could have a future in Marvel Cinematic Universe. [Spoiler Alert: The end of Thor: Love and Thunder is revealed below!] India, 10, plays Love, who initially dies in the film’s opening. Gorr the […]

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Florence Pugh Slams Anti-Nipple Body-Shamers, Rege-Jean Page Reacts

It’s not here! After Florence Pugh stunned in pink while attending the Valentino Couture fashion show, she was criticized because her nipples were visible through the sheer fabric — but she’s not standing for it. “Listen, I knew when I wore that incredible Valentino dress that there was no way there wouldn’t be a commentary […]

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A 15-year-old decided his hometown needed a veterans memorial, so he raised $77K to build one

Dominique Claseman (Olivia, Minnesota) came to the Olivia City Council when he was 15 years old to discuss his plan for a veterans memorial. He even had his own architect drawings and space already selected. Although it was a large project, he was confident that the community would be willing to contribute to something similar. […]

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Kate Mara Is Pregnant, Expecting 2nd Child With Jamie Bell: Details

Jamie Bell and Kate Mara NIGHTVISION/MEGA Baby on board Kate MaraHer husband, Jamie Bell, announced that they were expanding their family once again. “There are three of us in this pic,” the House of Cards alum, 39, teasingly wrote via Instagram on Sunday, July 10, sharing a snap of the married couple walking hand-in-hand outside Claridge’s Hotel […]

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Politics

Grassroots Defense Committees Support Criminalized Survivors of Violence

Bayley Pitts believed she would be helped when she reported to the police that she was a teenage victim to sexual violence at her biological father. She did not — and now, Pitts faces the prospect of losing her mother, Wendy Howard, to the same system that failed to protect either of them. In an […]

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Mutual Aid Groups That Arose During COVID Gather to Build Power Regionally

Nearly two years after the pandemic, ad-hoc collective care networks emerged from the cracks in state neglect. This July, mutual aid organizers from all over the U.S. meet in Indiana to plan for survival and crisis management. “To the extent that we engage in this work only as an emergency response, it’s doomed to stay […]

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Khloe Kardashian Takes ‘Kamp KoKo’ Birthday Vacation: Family Pics

Greetings from “Kamp Koko!” Khloé KardashianShe celebrated her 38th birthday by taking a dreamy vacation on the beach with her famous family. “Wheels Up on Kylie Air 💕 Kamp KoKo is underway,” the Good American founder, 38, teased the trip via Instagram on Saturday, July 9, sharing footage as she and daughter True, 4, posed on her […]

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A New Play Imagines the End of Isolation for All Incarcerated People

“The Box,” a play about solitary confinement in prison, is going on the road this summer as part of the “End of Isolation” tour. Sarah Shourd, one the three American hikers imprisoned in Iran between 2009 and 2010, wrote and directed the play. It features formerly incarcerated actors, including John Neblett, who plays “Jake Juchau” […]

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Experts Fear That Backsliding on Abortion Rights Will Go Beyond US Borders

The overturning Roe v. WadeAfter a major equality conference in Spain last week, activists and academics warned that the U.S. will support fringe anti-abortion movements across Europe. One told openDemocracy: “Now they will be able to crawl out of marginality and point to a major democracy having moved in their direction.” Neil Datta was the […]

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