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10 Things You Never Knew About The Vagina
9 Things to Know About Your Vagina

Fifty percent of the world has a vagina — and yet, so many people know so little about them. Below, check out nine fascinating things you never knew about your vagina: 

MORE: 10 things you didn't know about the penis.


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Chilean Government Stands with Woman Detained for Inducing Abortion
Chilean Government Stands with Woman Detained for Inducing Abortion

The Chilean government spoke out on Thursday in support of a woman who was arrested at a hospital, where she sought medical assistance after completing a self-induced abortion.

MORE: See Additional Details About Chile's Changing Abortion Laws


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Find A Buddy! Loneliness Can Literally Kill You
Find A Buddy! Loneliness Can Literally Kill You

Whenever I think of loneliness, I imagine a solterona confiding in her cats (her only friends) while sobbing like a heartbroken telenovela star. I know what you are thinking: how dare I assume that a single, old cat lady is lonely? True. But there is something to say about isolation and how it affects us negatively.


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New Study Says U.S. Latinos Are English or Bilingual Speakers
New Study Says U.S. Latinos Are English or Bilingual Speakers

As the population of Latinos in the U.S. continues to grow, so does the bilingualism of future generations.

MORE: Study Shows Latino Youth Population is Growing at a Higher Rate Than Non-Latinos


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9 Things To Know About Ted Cruz
8 Things To Know About Ted Cruz

On Monday morning, Ted Cruz announced his candidacy for President of the United States — becoming the first major politician to formally declare their intention of running for the office in 2016. Cruz, a Cuban-American, has served as a Republican Senator from Texas since 2012, and has become a key political player in Washington since his election. 
However, despite his brash speeches, many know little about the 44-year-old politician. Below, learn eight things about the Latino presidential contender: 


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11 Men Dish On What Makes a Woman Wife Material
11 Men Dish On What Makes a Woman Wife Material

By Amanda Chatel for YourTango.com

Men open up about the type of women they'd put a ring on.

In the 1950s, what constituted “wife material” was pretty basic compared to how it is now. “Perfect” wives were women who stayed home to take care of the kids, keep the house in order, and have dinner ready promptly at 6PM when her husband walked through the door. Women’s aspirations became second to fulfilling their “wifely duties.” It sounds terribly depressing, to be honest.


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Mexican Mayor Told Women to Watch "Soap Operas, Not the News"
Mexican Mayor Told Women to Watch "Soap Operas, Not the News"

Javier Garfio Pacheco, the mayor of Chihuahua, Mexico, urged a crowd of women to watch soap operas instead of the news during a speech delivered on Sunday — a statement which (obviously) did not go over well with the women of Mexico.

During an event to mark the Day Of The Domestic Worker, Pacheco led a raffle for a plasma-screen TV. He told the women the TV would be perfect for watching telenovelas during breaks from work. 


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University Texas Students Not On My Campus Campaign
University of Texas Launches "Not On My Campus" Campaign Against Sexual Assault

Students at The University Of Texas At Austin have taken to social media to combat sexual assault and violence on campus. In collaboration with the school's sexual assault counseling resources, they've created a student-led organization called Not On My Campus, which hopes to promote a no-nonsense, zero-tolerance approach to sexual assault at UT.


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