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'A South Carolina mother charged with killing her newborn son by putting him in the refrigerator was expected to appear before a judge on Tuesday.

Angela Blackwell was expected to have a bond hearing at 2 p.m. at the Chester County jail, according to Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Robert Sprouse.

Blackwell, 27, was arrested by State Law Enforcement Division agents on Monday on a charge of homicide by child abuse after a lengthy investigation. She could face life in prison if convicted. Sprouse said he didn’t know if she had an attorney.

Deputies said Blackwell put her 4-day-old son in her refrigerator and shut the door for three hours before taking him out and seeking medical attention on February 27.'

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'Cervical cancer is the most common female cancer in women aged 15 to 44 years in South Africa, and while vaccines will go a long way in protecting women against the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) – the cause of almost all cervical cancer cases – studies reveal that male circumcision too has an important role to play in curbing the incidence of this life-threatening illness in women.
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All women should encourage their male partners to undergo circumcision as it not only reduces a women’s risk of contracting HPV and cervical cancer, but also reduces the risk of genital warts and other common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in men and women. It also reduces a man’s risk of contracting HIV by up to 60%, and lowers his risk of penile cancer,” concludes Rawlinson.'

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'Progressives and feminists alike largely advocate the goal of ensuring that men and women enjoy equal opportunity and treatment under the law, a goal that resonates overwhelmingly with the American public. Modern feminism, however, has strayed from this narrow mission, embracing instead a far more radical agenda. In the name of promoting “equality,” it has become a movement that seeks to promote women’s full autonomy by eliminating gender distinctions and forcing gender parity (statistical proportionality of males and females) in every area of academic, economic, social, and political life. Achieving these ends requires the vast expansion of centralized government, the redefinition of freedom, and the preferential application of the law to women based on their identity as a specially protected class.

On these grounds, the modern feminist movement is interested in fundamental social transformation rather than the mere protection of individual freedom and opportunity. Its agenda is openly hostile to the American constitutional system, which is based on limiting the scope and character of the law in order to protect the individual rights and equal opportunity of both men and women.'

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'Crime has no gender and we cannot reiterate this fact more. While the whole world fights women empowerment, men are increasingly being targeted by women who misuse the law and the feminism. And the only way it can be stopped is if we take it upon ourselves to expose every such woman.

Because, yes, women have been oppressed for ages but in no way does that make it okay for innocent men to be falsely accused of rape and molestation. Something similar happened to this user on Imgur. Here’s what he wrote.

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'Lohfink, who became a popular media personality after appearing on the show "Germany's Next Top Model," said she was forced to have sex with two men, who filmed the act and later posted it online.

A Berlin court on Monday dismissed her rape claims, however, deciding that the sex was consensual and that her objections, heard on the video, were to it being filmed. The model will be forced to pay 20,000 euros ($22,600).

In her final statement to the court, the 29-year-old model repeated her claims that she didn't give her consent to the two men, a soccer player identified as Pardis F. and a former party promoter named Sebastian Pinto.

Lawyers accused Lohfink of defaming the men. "Ms. Lohfink is not the victim of sexual assault. She lied and deliberately misled investigators," said state prosecutor Corinna Goegge.'

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'One of North America’s leading scholars on domestic violence is trying to persuade the B.C. government that it has adopted a failing approach to a serious problem.

UBC psychology professor Don Dutton, who has studied domestic violence for 40 years and written eight books, has told the B.C. Liberal government it has adopted a “false” premise that will do little to diminish partner-on-partner violence.

“It is understandable how an uninformed observer in British Columbia would tend to believe that family violence perpetrators are male and victims are female,” Dutton wrote in a recent letter to Premier Christy Clark.

“But that assumption could not be more incorrect,” Dutton said, objecting to the way virtually all B.C. government documents describe domestic violence as being perpetrated by men, with women as the victims.'

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Article here. This one leaves me speechless. It's the classic man-bites-dog story. Excerpt:

'Hillary Clinton’s top campaign aide, and the woman who might be the future White House chief of staff to the first female US president, for a decade edited a radical Muslim publication that opposed women’s rights and blamed the US for 9/11.

One of Clinton’s biggest accomplishments listed on her campaign Web site is her support for the UN women’s conference in Bejing in 1995, when she famously declared, “Women’s rights are human rights.” Her speech has emerged as a focal point of her campaign, featured prominently in last month’s Morgan Freeman-narrated convention video introducing her as the Democratic nominee.

However, soon after that “historic and transformational” 1995 event, as Clinton recently described it, her top aide Huma Abedin published articles in a Saudi journal taking Clinton’s feminist platform apart, piece by piece. At the time, Abedin was assistant editor of the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs working under her mother, who remains editor-in-chief. She was also working in the White House as an intern for then-First Lady Clinton.

Headlined “Women’s Rights are Islamic Rights,” a 1996 article argues that single moms, working moms and gay couples with children should not be recognized as families. It also states that more revealing dress ushered in by women’s liberation “directly translates into unwanted results of sexual promiscuity and irresponsibility and indirectly promote violence against women.” In other words, sexually liberated women are just asking to be raped.'

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'A 19-year-old BSc student of Maharani's College was arrested by Galta Gate police for allegedly blackmailing a 47-year-old Gurgaon businessman after threatening to lodge a rape case against him. Police also recovered Rs 27 lakh* from the teen, given to her by the businessman following the blackmail.

The girl allegedly was not happy with the Rs 27 lakh given to her and demanded a further Rs 18 lakh or his SUV from the victim. The victim had, meanwhile, recorded the conversation with the blackmailer and her promise to not lodge a rape case against him after receiving the money. Following her new demand, the victim approached the police who finally arrested the girl late on Tuesday for extortion and cheating.'

*About US$40,200.

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'Harrisburg police are looking for a 28-year-old woman they say stabbed her boyfriend in the shoulder early Sunday, puncturing his lung.

Police charged Catherine L. Boykin, 28, with three felonies and a misdemeanor in connection with the 4 a.m. attack in the 2200 block of North 5th Street. Boykin was charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault, burglary of a home with someone present and possession of an instrument of crime.'

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'First, IPV occurs across all age groups and ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds. Secondly, men and women show near-equal rates of IPV perpetration with women perpetrating at slightly higher rates.

It is important to note that counseling for IPV perpetrators is widely available, with well over 1000 programs in the US. Most of these programs, however, predominantly serve court-mandated populations and are focused on men who have assaulted women. While men cause the bulk of physical injury, many men are unwilling to come forward for fear of stigma.

Although clinical approaches based on long-standing models of IPV intervention have modest efficacy, there is a solid conceptual rationale for several alternative strategies for IPV perpetrators.'

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'Now 40 years later, the coalition is under fire amid reports of mismanagement. The Department of Human Services, which has funding oversight of the coalition, earlier this year released the results of an audit that found poor financial controls and questionable expenditures by the organization.

A program that once directed to local programs the money collected in canisters placed in convenience stores, was found by auditors to have hundreds of thousands of dollars in questionable costs. They ranged from inappropriate payroll adjustments to the billing of questionable expenditures, including tickets to a baseball game.

In May, the Department of Human Services extended only a three-month funding stream — out of its $28 million annual allotment — to the organization, pending the resolution of the audit.

The attorney general's office also has launched an investigation into possible criminal wrongdoing, according to a source within the office who asked not to be named because the source is not authorized to speak. A spokesman for the attorney general's office would neither confirm nor deny the investigation.

The DHS report also raised concerns about the coalition work environment, based on frustration expressed by many of the current and former employees interviewed.

"Staff reported management yelling at them, slamming doors, throwing objects and other actions they thought were designed to minimize complaints or pressure staff into actions they felt were questionable," the report said.

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'The first national guidelines for the judiciary on domestic violence has urged judges to look at traits beyond physical violence when granting a restraining order, such as 'mind games'.

The bench guide book states that domestic violence does not just include physical attacks but can include verbal abuse, criticism of their partner's physical traits or refusing to show affection.
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The guide said social abuse could include criticism of their partner's obsessive housework duties and emotional and psychological abuse included 'angry verbal outbursts, staring, silence, ignoring and withdrawal of affection'.

It warned the judiciary to focus on all elements of family abuse, including a 'complex pattern of violent or abusive behaviours' which could be physical or psychological.'

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'A trial court’s findings do not “clearly and convincingly support” its decision to terminate a father’s parental rights to his son based on it being in the best interests of the boy. In fact, the findings show that the father and son have a bond and often spend time together, the Indiana Supreme Court found Tuesday.

Father R.S. had a no contact order between himself and R.S.’s mother and was incarcerated for a Class B felony. While in prison, he stayed in contact with his son by writing him letters on a weekly basis. A year after father was released on probation in 2013, R.S., now 10, was found to be a child in need of services as to his mother and father based on his mother’s drug use and his father’s lack of involvement. R.S. began living with his maternal grandmother.'

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'Kasey Warren, 27, a former tutor within the Carlisle County Schools District, Kentucky, US, allegedly had sexual contact with two pupils aged just 16.

One boy was said to have been attacked at the beginning of June while the other was attacked about two weeks later.

Police say Warren met the pair while working in the district in the latter half of the 2015-2016 term, but did not disclose which school the boys attended.

Officers say the alleged attacks took place in neighbouring McCracken County, but did not give any further details.

Cops say they received a report of the attacks on June 28, and a grand jury indicted Warren on Friday last week.'

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'It is ironic that this female domination of campus comes at time when the feminists are still trying to sell us the lie that there is a ‘rape culture’ on aforementioned campus. I wonder how long they will be able to keep it up as some universities become women-only domains?

Perhaps, just perhaps, young men think they have better things to do with their time than study an arts degree for which they will be made to endure a compulsory consent workshop at the beginning of university. Perhaps young men do not want to be accused of rape before they set foot on a feminist-dominated campus. And all for the princely sum of £40,000 per degree, for which there is no guarantee that you will out-earn your non-graduate friends.
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Mark my words, in 20 years time the feminists will be moaning that somehow, even though women ‘dominate university’, men still out-earn them. That is because men flock to STEM subjects, which do lead to higher paying degrees. In addition, some men will turn down an offer of a degree and accept an apprenticeship at PwC or an engineering apprenticeship with BT.'

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