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One contemporary analysis links the increase in gender equality in a society with increased sexual empowerment of women and less sexual coercion. But there's more to it than that. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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What Does 'Sexual Coercion' Say About A Society?

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Students associated with the group Brown Divest Coal protested in front of the Brown University president's office during a rally May 3. The group is demanding that the university stop investing in certain oil and coal companies. Courtesy of Brown Divest Coal hide caption

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College Divestment Campaigns Creating Passionate Environmentalists

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Carol Kirsch and her daughter, Rebecca Posamentier, visited StoryCorps in 2008. Posamentier visited again recently. StoryCorps hide caption

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Preserving The Motherhood Advice And Memories Of A Mom

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Some of the cast members of the reality show Duck Dynasty find themselves handcuffed to one another. A&E hide caption

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On 'Hicksploitation' And Other White Stereotypes Seen On TV

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A kitchen renovation revealed some unusual items Laurel Ruma had picked up while traveling: chickpea flour, harissa and chia seeds. Laurel Ruma hide caption

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Unpacking Foreign Ingredients In A Massachusetts Kitchen

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