Adeline Lambert
Adeline Lambert
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Shocking Groupon Porn Tour is New Phase in War on Women

Groupon's new deal-of-the-day, featuring a tour of a company that produces violent pornography, is disturbing and should be removed.

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'Bully' Movie Could Reduce Teen Suicides, Should Not Receive an R Rating

“Bully,” a film that could have an enormous impact on the bullying epidemic in the world, has received an R-rating by the MPAA, preventing teens under the age of 17 from seeing the film.
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Utah's Abstinence-Only Sex Education Bill is Dangerous for Teens

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert must veto new legislation about abstinence-only sex education in public schools. Ignoring the the problems of teen pregnancies and STDs will not make them go away.
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What is 'Kony 2012' and Who is Joseph Kony?

As the KONY 2012 documentary goes viral, a look at who is behind the campaign and what it's all about.
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Homelessness in America: The Problem Of the 'Ignorance is Bliss' Attitude Towards the Poor

While the homeless face enormous hardships every day, their situations are often made worse by being ignored and not respected.

Enterprise and Bank of America Examples Show How Internet Activism Via Online Petitions Can Lead to Change

Examples of online petitions influencing the decisions on rental car company Enterprise and Bank of America's ATM fee show how powerful this sort of activism is.

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In Arizona Republican Primary, Mitt Romney Holds More Appeal Than Rick Santorum Among Women Voters

As Republican-voting women make the critical decision of which GOP candidate to support, they will have to face several issues that Santorum has taken bold stances on.

Oscars 2012: Lack of Diversity Means Best Picture Decided by a Bunch of Old White Men

94% of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is Caucasian and 77% is male. Is it fair that the group deciding on Oscar winners does not represent the diversity of the United States?
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Do Indian Reservations Lack Equal Justice?

A staggering amount of serious crime has been ignored on Indian reservations, and the Justice Department holds much of the blame.
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The Dark Side of Valentine’s Day Flowers and Chocolates: Exploitation of Adults and Children

This Valentine's Day, consumers might want to think twice about their purchases of flowers and chocolate. Much of the world production for these products is made with abusive labor violations.