Dianne Feinstein detailing an event in which she accuses Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. CNN was not provided a copy of the letter sent to Feinstein, but a source who had the letter read the contents of a redacted version to CNN. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger.
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Standing behind a podium ironically flanked by crosses, the tall redhead delivered a presentation so spellbinding that the audience seemed to breathe and gasp in unison. Her story of brutal rape, of slavery, of dungeons, of "50 Shades of Grey" bondage gone horribly awry, was so dark and harrowing that one wondered how she had even survived, much less summoned the strength to stand before us. As I came to know her over the years, to enjoy her dry sense of humor, her keen intelligence, her blunt manner of speaking that forces you to take off every mask, I learned the other side of her story too.
By Ronan Farrow. In the course of a ten-month investigation, thirteen women interviewed said that, between the nineteen-nineties andWeinstein sexually harassed or assaulted them. This story was first published on newyorker.
A handsome gay couple discussed the rules — nearly broken after some day-drinking — of their open relationship. A young Bulgarian woman lamented to a friend that she hated her summer job, and wondered whether she could make more money webcamming for lonely men instead. And, after the bars let out, some gay and bisexual men biked, skipped and stumbled to a notorious cruising spot where strangers and couples looking to spice things up meet under the moonlight for an orgy on the beach.
My professional writing career began as a book reviewer for Time Warner Publications. To qualify for the job I had to review a pot boiler about sleeping your way to the top in Hollywood. I know, right?
The book is an uprorarious take on the sex manual, replete with embarrassing illustrations, shameful confessions, and contortive positions that could be achieved only by a trio of Thai ecdysiasts. Brett Berk: Hey Mike and Ted. So I had the pleasure of reading your book yesterday on a flight from New York to Denver. And I highly recommend it as a tool for avoiding those tedious conversations people are always trying to start on long airplane trips.
Examining the political activities of the period betweenwhen women gained the right to vote, and the mids, when the women's movement revived, Cynthia Harrison illuminates a long-neglected but vital chapter of women's history. Cynthia Harrison received her Ph. From toshe was managing editor of This Constitutiona journal published by the American Historical Association and the American Political Science Association.
Ernaux was pushed on by her mother, who had left school aged 12 but was a voracious reader and believed books and learning were the ticket to a different future. In France, Ernaux, who for many years taught literature at secondary school, is seen as perhaps the greatest chronicler of French society in the last 50 years — a kind of guardian of collective memory. In a deceptively succinct, factual style, she lays bare troubling secrets and bodily experiences often hidden away: illegal abortion, dementia, cancer, sex.