Olympiërs Vivianne Miedema en Femke Bol strijden tegen taboe op menstruatie in de sport: ‘Het codewoord voor doorlekken was pineapple’

Het overgrote deel van de vrouwen ervaart dat menstruatie nog steeds een taboe is in de sportwereld, blijkt uit nieuw onderzoek. Olympiërs Femke Bol, Vivianne Miedema en Dafne Schippers zetten zich in om daar iets aan te doen. ‘Als ik moet huilen, helpt het om te kunnen zeggen dat het door mijn ongesteldheid komt.’ Het…

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Fran Lebowitz: ‘Trans rights is affecting no one except the people involved. So why do you care?’

t’s rare that Fran Lebowitz is stuck for an answer. “It’s really pleasurable knowing everything,” the author, speaker and New York iconoclast said in Public Speaking, a 2010 documentary exploring her life and work directed by her close friend, Martin Scorsese. “Now, I’m sure that people think, she doesn’t know everything. But they’re wrong. I…

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Alex Scott and Jess Glynne pack on the PDA as they share a passionate kiss following first red carpet appearance together at the amfAR Gala

Alex Scott and Jess Glynne packed on the PDA after finally make their red carpet debut at Cannes on Thursday after months of attending events separately. The sports commentator, 39, and the singer, 34, couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they shared a passionate kiss while posing for pictures at the amfAR Cinema…

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Lesbique

De volgende editie van La Vallade’s zondagmiddag brunch X Lesbique staat alweer voor de deur! Aanstaande zondag gaan we weer lekker het terras op. @special.ke4you staat klaar om de bingo ballen een flinke slinger te geven. Prijzen worden verzorgd door de meiden van LEKKERBLIJVENLIKKEN. (Dat alleen al is een rede om de bingo niet te…

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Bishop Yvette A. Flunder on LGBTQ Inclusion in the Black Church: ‘We Have to Have the Courage to Create Something of Our Own’

At the bottom of the first page of the program for Spelman College’s Baccalaureate Service held on May 18, 2024, at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park, a southwest suburb of Atlanta, is the last sentence in baccalaureate speaker Bishop Yvette A. Flunder’s bio, and perhaps for some the most jarring. It reads:…

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Billie Eilish at Stephen Colbert

Billie Eilish Perform ‘Lunch,’ Discuss Her New Album on ‘Colbert’ The singer explained that Hit Me Hard and Soft is “truly is the most genuine thing I’ve ever made” Billie Eilish took over The Last Show last night with a performance of her recent single “Lunch” and a lengthy interview with host Stephen Colbert. The…

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Cate Blanchett program announces first 11 women, trans, and nonbinary filmmakers to support

T he Proof of Concept accelerator program, designed to support women, transgender, and nonbinary filmmakers, has announced its first 11 grantees. The program is spearheaded by Cate Blanchett, along with her producing partner, Coco Francini, and Stacy Smith, founder of the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative at the University of Southern California. Additional support comes from the…

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Colourful Pride 2024

Hi everyone! One of the highlights this year is the Colourful Pride x Ms. Jones Pride boat during the Canal Parade 2024. With this, we celebrate love and diversity, giving extra visibility and space to bi-cultural queer women. Colourful Pride is proud to collaborate with Ms. Jones, a community and party organization focused on all…

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Cate Blanchett Is Pushing for More Funding for Women and LGBTQ Filmmakers, but She Wants to Know Why Nobody Asks Men How to Fix It

When Cate Blanchett starts shooting a new movie or show, it’s always the same story. “It’s like Groundhog Day,” Blanchett said at the Kering Women in Motion Talks at the Cannes Film Festival on Monday. “I do the head count, and I’m back in the same place, working with men who I love working with…

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