Harassment fears as students post extreme pornography in online lectures

Switch to remote learn during coronavirus lockdown shown in shortcoming in UK universities online security Students are announcing extreme pornography in online teaches, spurring professors to warn that the switch to digital learning in the coronavirus pandemic further increase persecution…

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People opened up because I’m the Beavis and Butt-head guy’: Mike Judge on his new funk direction

The writer-directors humors from Office Space to Silicon Valley always sum up the spirit of their terms. So why has he made an LSD-soaked cartoon about George Clinton and Bootsy Collins? Few writer-directors have been as consistent and ruthless at…

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California’s food banks grapple with ‘tsunami of need’ as pandemic grows

Facing motions of first-time tourists, laborers say they had prepared for earthquakes or wildfires but not this On a luminous springtime afternoon, hundreds of cars snaked up and down the parking lot in front of a community college in the…

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Sex, porn and toxic masculinity: the struggle to bring up better boys

Two new records and a film propose young men need sorrow and support to tackle their adolescent alienation Dominance. Aggression. Rugged good looks. Sexual prowess. Stoicism. Athleticism. These are attributes of “the ideal guy” according to the young American men…

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Shakespeare in a Divided America by James Shapiro review the Bard and the culture wars

Interracial marriage, cross-dressing and Trump as Caesar the culture politics of Shakespeare in the U It is perhaps unsurprising that Shakespeare, the most canonical of dead white males, should feature in America’s culture fights. But why so prominently, both now…

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Harvey Weinstein sentence should reflect ‘lifetime of abuse’ prosecutors

Court filing says farmer plowed others with savagery as governments aim prison time that wonders more than crimes for which he was convicted Harvey Weinstein’s record of sexual strikes and persecution against women times back to the 1970 s in…

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‘I photographed 35 women, 10 are still alive’: tragedy of the Isle of Women

It is thought to be Europes last-place matriarchy, a tiny Baltic island where women are in charge and nuptials can last three days. Photographer Anne Helene Gjelstads sketches of Kihnu are a lament for a dying way of life A…

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‘Like going back 40 years’: dismay as Bolsonaro backs abstinence-only sex ed

Brazilian presidents plan to cut teenage pregnancies inspired by a Christian pressure group and Trumps approach in the U Brazil’s government plans to push abstinence-based sex education to help chipped youthful pregnancy proportions, in a contentious shake policy in the…

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Forget the nanny state, here comes the nanny employer | Arwa Mahdawi

Companies are increasingly offering wellness programmes for employees but there is a thin line between helpful and intrusive U smoke? U vape? Then good luck getting a job at U-Haul; the US moving and storage fellowship Scotts Miracle-Gro in no…

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How we live together: the father and son

We watch a superhero movie together formerly a few weeks and oblige pizza Dave Barker, 67 Matthew has Down’s syndrome and has lived with me and his mother all their own lives. As we’re now separated, he lives with me…

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