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When 30-year-old Liysa M. was in her late teens and early 20s, sexual harassment became a constant in her life. Like many women, aggressive attention on the street or in a bar made her wish she could just disappear.
“I would physically feel the constant unwanted attention in the very pit of my stomach,” Liysa, who withheld her last name for privacy reasons, told HuffPost. “It made me nauseous, and want to fold myself inward, making myself as invisible as possible.”
Liysa had been sexually ass...
If you suffer from stress and anxiety, odds are someone in your life has mentioned meditation as a way to cope with it.
Feet straight ahead, eyes forward, hands not on podium:
A relatively calm, slow day at the White House. So far no one’s been fired, and the President’s only tweeted twice about not colluding with Russia and once about voter fraud.
After the inaugural meeting for the G7 Summit, young and lithe politicians Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron steal away to a private garden in Taormina, Sicily to have a more intimate conversation.
Matt McGorry, star of Orange Is the New Black and How to Get Away With Murder, is taking a short break from his ongoing advocacy for human rights to promote director Jennifer Siebel Newsom's The Mask You Live In, a stirring documentary about toxic masculinity.
"I can't be perfectly happy," Anne Shirley tells her prospective adoptive father Matthew Cuthbert on their carriage ride to Green Gables. "Nobody could who has red hair. It will be my lifelong sorrow."
“It’s important to remember that abuse is never ever deserved.”
Everyone has bouts of paranoia over their job from time to time. Whether there’s genuine cause for concern or not — an impending merger or layoffs, for example — that feeling can creep over you for any number of reasons.
On Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, more than 2 million people all over the world marched for gender equality rights. Many celebrities were right there with them.
Almost four years ago, Sam Bloom went on a trip to Thailand that changed her life forever.
In defiance of President Donald Trump's gag order preventing Environmental Protection Agency organizations from tweeting about climate change, the Badlands National Park Twitter account began doing just that.
After a restful vacation, Cari and Lauri Ryding returned to a disturbing sight at their home in South Natick, Massachusetts — their porch had been egged, and their rainbow pride flag was gone.