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The Photos That Ended Child Labor in the US: See the “Social Photography” of Lewis Hine (1911)

The average person believes implicitly that the photograph cannot falsify. Of course, you and I know that this unbounded faith in the integrity of the photograph is often rudely shaken, for, while photographs may not lie, liars may photograph.  —Lewis Wickes Hine, “Social Photography: How the Camera May Help in the Social Uplift” (1909) Long before Brandon Stanton’s wildly popular Humans of New York project tapped into the public’s capacity for compassion by combining photos of his subje...
Tags: Google, Photography, New York, College, Kentucky, Life, Massachusetts, US, History, Pennsylvania, United States, Maine, Louisiana, Baltimore, Dorothea Lange, Tony


Mike Pence’s Track Record With The HIV Outbreak Makes Him Unfit To Tackle Coronavirus

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shutterstock (10545203o) United States Vice President Mike Pence listens as United States President Trump delivers remarks in the East Room of the White House, prior to signing an Executive Order to combat human trafficking and online child exploitation. White House Summit on Human Trafficking and Online Child Exploitation, The White House, Washington DC, USA – 31 Jan 2020 On Wednesday, President Trump appointed Vice President Mike Pence to tackle the coronaviru...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cdc, White House, Indiana, United States, Trump, Northern California, Mike Pence, Mike, Centers for Disease Control, Pence, Scott County, East Room, UC Davis Medical Center, Wuhan China


How HR Managers Can Cultivate a Friendly Work Environment

Studies show the U.S. is the most overworked country in the developed world. All across America, managers, employees, and entrepreneurs are pushing everyone to “hustle.”   Some of the most common jobs in the United States are:   Retail Salespersons. Cashiers. Office Clerks. Food Preparation and Serving Workers. Customer Service Representatives. Registered Nurses.   Most Americans work around 40 or more hours per week. But what some might not know is that little productive work occurs after ...
Tags: Careers, America, HR, United States, Workplace Organization, Workplace Impacts Employee Health, Justice Offer, Brand Union Every


Everything You Should Know About Amy Klobuchar’s Boyfriend Loophole Bill

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 19: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is interviewed on MSNBC inside the spin room at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino after the Democratic presidential primary debate on February 19, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Six candidates qualified for the third Democratic presidential primary debate of 2020, which comes just days before the Nevada caucuses on February 22. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) All eyes were on seven Democratic ca...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Minnesota, Joe Biden, United States, United Nations, Amy Klobuchar, Nevada, Bill, Biden, Msnbc, South Carolina, National Rifle Association, Klobuchar, Las Vegas Nevada, Gayle King


The South Carolina Debate Was A Hot Mess — Here’s What Happened

It’s debate time again, and all eyes are on South Carolina for what should be another heated battle between the seven remaining Democratic candidates. Since the Nevada debate less than a week ago, candidates have been gearing up with receipts — Sen. Elizabeth Warren forced former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg’s hand when he agreed to release women from his company’s NDAs. Meanwhile, former vice president Joe Biden came under fire after saying that he was arrested trying to see Nelson ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Cdc, New York City, Israel, Elizabeth Warren, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, America, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, United States, Nelson Mandela, Iowa, Warren


Conservatives are gunning for gay Trumpster Richard Grenell. Cue the eye rolls.

Just days after the appointment of openly-gay former ambassador Richard Grenell to the role of acting head of national intelligence, conservative critics have gone on the attack. Though openly gay, Grenell has a long history of defending Trump and conversion therapy proponent Mike Pence. That record had done little to assuage far-right homophobes who see Grenell as a “gay activist.” Tony Perkins, head of the Family Research Council, a group which once said Washington was under the control of ga...
Tags: Feature, Politics, Supreme Court, Obama, Washington, Lifestyle, United States, Truth, Donald Trump, Family Research Council, Ad Friendly, Trump, Mike Pence, Peter Labarbera, Perkins, National Intelligence


Naturally conservatives are furious at gay people for Utah decriminalizing polygamy

Via Flickr The state Senate of Utah voted this week to reclassify polygamy from a felony to a misdemeanor crime. In an oh-so-predictable twist, conservatives have already blamed marriage equality. To be clear: polygamy is not legal in Utah, even under the new statute. That hasn’t stopped conservative publication The Federalist from a hyperbolic attack on LGBTQ rights, in essence blaming legalization of polygamy which hasn’t even happened on queer visibility and marriage equality. Author David...
Tags: Utah, Feature, New York Post, Polygamy, Life, Senate, Lifestyle, United States, David Marcus, Marriage Equality, Marcus, Ad Friendly, Robert E Lee, Jefferson Davis, The Federalist


Social media makes breakups worse, study says

According to a 2017 study, 71% of people reported feeling better (rediscovery of self and positive emotions) about 11 weeks after a breakup. But social media complicates this healing process.Even if you "unfriend", block, or unfollow, social media algorithms can create upsetting encounters with your ex-partner or reminders of the relationship that once was.Researchers at University of Colorado Boulder suggest that a "human-centered approach" to creating algorithms can help the system better unde...
Tags: Programming, Facebook, Technology, Media, Internet, Sex, Relationships, Love, Social Media, Mental Health, United States, Innovation, Machine Learning, Emotions, Meyer, Interface Design


Transitions, Training, and Birkie Preparation: A Q&A with Riitta-Liisa Roponen

To view Riitta-Liisa Roponen’s complete FIS profile requires a lot of scrolling and selecting “show more.” The 41-year-old raced her first World Cup in Munio, Finland on November 28th, 1998. More than 20 years later, she raced her final World Cup event, helping the Finnish relay team to 3rd in Ulricehamn , Sweden on January 27th, 2019.  She went on to race at the World Ski Championships in Seefeld, Austria, placing 22nd in the 30-kilometer mass start skate , then ended her season racing...
Tags: Usa, Sweden, Colorado, Interviews, US, Lifestyle, Sport, United States, Skiing, Community, Finland, North America, Fis, Hayward, Fischer, Sun Valley


Use the “Eisenhower Matrix” to Manage Your Time & Increase Your Productivity: The System Designed by the 34th President of the United States

"What is important is seldom urgent," said Dwight D. Eisenhower, "and what is urgent is seldom important." Or a t least many believe Eisenhower said that, even if he might have been quoting someone else. Whether or not the 34th President of the United States of America ever spoke those exact words, he must have had a highly effective method of dealing with life's tasks. During Eisenhower's two terms in office, writes Atomic Habits author James Clear, "he launched programs that directly ...
Tags: Google, Productivity, Facebook, Europe, College, Life, White House, Germany, Nasa, United States, Seoul, Eisenhower, Richard Feynman, James Clear, United States of America, Facebook Twitter


Child Sexual Bullying

I have a 32yr old special needs daughter. she doesn’t walk or talk.. she’s in diaper…I also have custody of my 12yr old grandson. He belongs to my other daughter I’ve had him for about 6yrs.. I can barely bring myself to say the words.. But I caught my grandson touching my daughter inappropriately…very inappropriately.. Please help me..I don’t want my daughter at risk..I also don’t want my grandson removed from my care.. Does it mean that he has extreme issues? He said he hates himself for it an...
Tags: Family, Sexual Assault, Sex, US, Therapy, Teen Issues, Abuse, Trauma, United States, Violence, Sexual Abuse, Inappropriate Sexual Behavior, Juvenile Sex Offender


‘And Then We Danced’ Director Levan Akin on when a movie gets you death threats

Director Levan Akin on set with Levan Gelbakhiani “Can we sit outside? I need to smoke.” Levan Akin makes the request when we greet him outside a bookstore in Park City, Utah. The two of us find a cafe table nearby overlooking the street, where we watch a light powdering of snow begin to fall as the mid-week lull of the Sundance Film Festival begins. Normally we might object to Akin smoking, but in his case, it somehow makes sense. His Sundance entry, And Then We Danced, has incited protests ...
Tags: Google, Feature, UK, New York, Sweden, Entertainment, Scotland, Russia, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Georgia, Spain, United States, Belgium, Catholic, Lgbtq


Some Thoughts on Coronaviruses and Seatbelts

Hope is not a strategy. — James Cameron A prescient article titled “Body Count” by Epsilon Theory/Ben Hunt (@epsilontheory) was recently sent to me by one of my smartest and most connected friends.  It paints a spooky picture of the Chinese reports of what has been informally referred to as “Wuhan coronavirus.” Per the WHO this week, the official virus name is SARS-CoV-2, and the disease it causes is COVID-19, much like HIV causes AIDS. Here is one portion from this essay (edited for leng...
Tags: China, US, Lifestyle, Risk, Risk Management, United States, Who, James Cameron, Wuhan, Risk Taking, Annie Duke, Ben Hunt, Cronkite, Writing And Blogging, Risk Mitigation, Coronavirus


Let’s talk sex: The science of your brain on dirty talk

One in five people in a new study admit that they have stopped sex cold because of the dirty talk.90% of the participants felt aroused by the right erotic talk with their partner.Dirty talk activates the erogenous zones of the brain: the hypothalamus and amygdala. By electrifying our most powerful sex organs, our brains, research has shown that provocative conversation has the ability to add serious sizzle to our sex lives. Yet, it's a highly subjective form of bedroom art that comes in many...
Tags: Europe, Sex, Relationships, Women, Communication, Vulnerability, United States, Innovation, Men, Medical Daily, Superdrug Online Doctor, Daryl Cioffi


CNN anchor rips into homophobe on live TV

CNN host Jim Sciutto was not having any of conservative pundit Ben Ferguson’s homophobic nonsense when he appeared on his show this week. While talking about Rush Limbaugh’s recent remarks on Pete Buttigieg’s sexual orientation, Ferguson defended the right-wing radio host by implying Buttigieg’s “masculinity” was inferior to Donald Trump’s. “I don’t think it matters that he’s gay,” said Ferguson. “I think that the thing that you are talking about here is two different issues. One, is anyone goi...
Tags: Politics, Lifestyle, Joe Biden, Cnn, United States, Ferguson, Homophobia, Donald Trump, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Poppy Harlow, Ben, Pete, Rush Limbaugh, Jim Sciutto, Ben Ferguson


Why Exposing Kids to Nature is so Important

We live in such different times; further away from our inclinations towards the natural world and all the health, wellness and environmental benefits that a close connection with nature can provide. Sadly, this opposition to a stronger relationship with Mother Nature doesn’t just affect us adults but our children and future generations. We are still learning about how being more immersed in nature can benefit our health and the evidence is overwhelmingly positive. With the increase of tech...
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GOP politician insists Constitution says it’s OK to murder socialists, ignores calls to resign

An antigay lawmaker from Montana is refusing calls from his own party to resign after he falsely claimed the U.S. Constitution demands that socialists be murdered in cold blood. Rep. Rodney Garcia made the inflammatory remarks at a Republican party organizing meeting last Friday. The 66-year-old warned his fellow GOPers that socialists were “everywhere,” calling them “enemies of the free state” and saying the founding fathers wanted them all killed. “So actually in the Constitution of the Unite...
Tags: Politics, Montana, Senate, Lifestyle, Gop, United States, Violence, Associated Press, Republican Party, Republican, Donald Trump, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Rodney, Garcia, Socialists


LVMH's Successful Year: A Record-Breaking $59 Billion in Revenue in 2019

LVMH  (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton), the world’s leading luxury products group, recorded a revenue of €53.7 billion in 2019, an increase of 15%. One year after the company reported record sales of $53.4 billion in 2018, it managed to top that figure by nearly $6 billion in 2019. Organic revenue growth was 10%. Europe and the United States experienced good growth over the year, as did Asia, ... Read full article: LVMH's Successful Year: A Record-Breaking $59 Billion in Revenue in 2019 from Fra...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, United States, Lvmh, Fragrantica Perfumes, Asia Read, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton the world


Crazed pastor says coronavirus is God’s revenge for gays

Screenshot And today in nutbag news… Pastor Rick Wiles, a noted far-right broadcaster and conspiracy theorist, has announced his latest crackpot hypothesis: that the deadly coronavirus, which has already killed more than 300 people, is God’s plan to cleanse the world of queers. Really. Wiles, while covering Donald Trump‘s visit to the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, made the announcement on January 27 as part of his commentary. What the coronavirus has to do with economics, we’re still n...
Tags: Feature, Life, China, Lifestyle, Barack Obama, United States, Switzerland, John F Kennedy, Donald Trump, Conspiracy Theory, Elizabeth Ii, Great Britain, Ad Friendly, Wiles, Rick Wiles, Coronavirus


How to Move to a New City Alone: 15 Tips to Make Moving Easier

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - SPONSORED — This article is brought to you by Common though it’s written from my personal experience. Common provides private bedrooms within beautiful shared homes in six cities across the United States and expanding every month. The apartments are great options for expats and those moving to new cities looking for a co-living arrangement to make the move simpler. Learn more at common.com. Moving to a ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, NYC, New York City, Lifestyle, Brooklyn, United States, Seattle, Travel Tips, Brooklyn Bridge, New City


Averr Aglow Review

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting up to 50 million people, from teens to adults. While some people have success with drugstore products, for others it can feel like a never ending battle. Entrepreneur Camille...
Tags: Uncategorized, United States, Beauty, American Academy of Dermatology


Vispi Speaks: How Much Water Do You Really Need To Drink

Hydration is important, especially in hotter regions where people lose more water from sweating and exhalation. There are plenty of clear associations between hydration and metabolism, skin health, and general fitness.  But too much of anything isn’t good. Even water. So, how much is the right amount of water you should drink? A couple of human studies have suggested that individuals who drink very, very small amounts of fluid, significantly less than 800-900 mL/day, may be at higher risk for ...
Tags: Life, Unilever, Health and Wellness, United States, Mayo Clinic, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Parsi Khabar, Ahmedabad India, Vispi, Happi, Vispi Kanga, Brooklyn College of Pharmacy Vispi, Personal Care Ingredients Technology, Health Beauty America, Graduate School of Natural Sciences, U S Food nutrition Board


Sam Zell — Strategies for High-Stakes Investing, Dealmaking, and Grave Dancing (#407)

“If I can’t run it, then I don’t want to own it.” — Sam Zell Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show , where it is my job to sit down with world-class performers of all different types to tease out the habits, routines, favorite books, and so on that you can apply and test in your own life. This time, we have a slightly different episode. I will not be the one doing the deconstructing. Instead, we have a takeover by my very good friend, Peter Attia. As longtime listeners o...
Tags: Japan, Real Estate, China, Russia, Negotiating, US, Lifestyle, Chicago, United States, Poland, WTO, Bob, New York Stock Exchange, Sam, Negotiation, Gucci


Happy MLK Day!

Happy MLK Day! Image Credit: Σταύρος This week in the United States we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King. Just in case you’ve forgotten who he was, he is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience. On Oct. 14, 1964, King received the Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through nonviolence. To honor his memory, the U.S. has a federal holiday this week. This blog is taking the week off and we’ll be back...
Tags: Uncategorized, Careers, United States, Martin Luther King


Conservative college lifts ban on same-sex couples competing in annual dance competition

Each year, Brigham Young University, a private college in Utah owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, hosts the United States National Amateur Dancesport Championships. Now, for the first time ever, the school will allow same-sex couples to compete beginning this spring. Roughly 3,000 couples are expected to show off their ballroom dancing skills in this year’s competition, which will be held March 10-14. Under the old rules, dance partners had to be male and female, with the...
Tags: Utah, Life, Lifestyle, United States, Salt Lake City, BYU, Wilson, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Inclusion, Tribune, Brigham Young University, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, Ballroom Dance, National Dance Council of America, NDCA


Your Body Matters as it is: Self Care and the Christian’s Body

Touch has become a theme with polar extremes: inappropriate or abusive touch on one end of the spectrum and complete avoidance of touch on the other. Yet, over and over again in the life of Jesus, we find Him ministering through touch. The blind see, the sick are healed, and the lame walk. Lore Ferguson Wilbert believes there’s power in touch and God has called us to minister to others in the way Jesus did: through touch. It’s a grace to welcome Lore to the farm’s front porch today… guest post...
Tags: Books, Religion, Guest Posts, United States, Beauty, Faith, Dallas, Humility, Jesus, God, Lewis, Lifeway, Ferguson Wilbert, Ethics Religious Liberty Commission, Saint Augustine, Lee University She


Stephen Dunn explores the broke hearts of LGBTQ refugees in ‘Little America’

Stephen Dunn on set of ‘Little America’ After years of laboring directing and writing short films, Stephen Dunn’s debut feature Closet Monster premiered in 2015, earning him notice for its story of a small town gay teen yearning for a better life. The film helped Dunn land the job of rebooting Queer as Folk for Bravo. With the show in development, Dunn also took on directorial duties for the new immigration-themed Apple+ series Little America. As an anthology series, Little America focuses on...
Tags: Apple, Feature, UK, Entertainment, Iraq, Russia, Africa, US, Lifestyle, Syria, Canada, United States, New Jersey, Manchester, Catholic, Montreal


Paul Rice went underground to meet Russia’s LGBTQ population. ‘A Worm in the Heart’ is the result.

Director Paul Rice It’s one thing to stage a film on a set. It’s another to actually live it. Paul Rice did just that. The Irish-born director, who, at 30, now lives in San Francisco, felt a moral calling to after hearing stories of the suppression of queer people in Russia. Rice grabbed his camera, his boyfriend Liam, and set off to document the lives of LGBTQ Russians. His three-week trip consisted of stops in some of Russia’s largest cities via the Trans-Siberian railroad. The resulting fi...
Tags: Europe, Feature, UK, New York, Entertainment, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, US, Lifestyle, America, San Francisco, Eu, Society, Austria, United States


Kanye West to headline antigay hate conference with nation’s leading Christian extremists

Rapper-turned-born-again-Trump-devotee Kanye West will reportedly perform at Awaken 2020, an antigay prayer rally being held in Arizona over the weekend. The newly saved rapper is expected to perform with his traveling gospel choir sometime during the 10-hour event, which is being held at the Sun Devil Stadium in Phoenix on Saturday. Evangelical leaders and ring-wing celebrities alike will gather to preach about the “spirit of lawlessness” also known as homosexuality and strategize about ways t...
Tags: Life, Lifestyle, Kanye West, United States, Arizona, Donald Trump, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Antigay, Homophobic, Trump, Phoenix, Christian Extremist, Cindy Jacobs, Jesus H Christ, Sun Devil Stadium


More Libido, Less Ego: A Reparative Journey with Fray Ardens

Marfa, Texas is a desert destination in the westward facing southern United States. It draws visitors curious about the phenomena known as the ‘Marfa Lights,’ and since Minimalist sculptor Donald Judd began making monumental outdoor works there, it’s become a remote hub for the arts. In the late 1970s, supported by the Dia Art Foundation, Judd began renovating a military fort’s facilities ... Read full article: More Libido, Less Ego: A Reparative Journey with Fray Ardens from Fragrantica Perfum...
Tags: Fashion, United States, Donald Judd, Judd, Marfa Texas, Fragrantica Perfumes



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