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These 10 Celebrities Have the Perfect Response to the Most Common Myths About Feminism

Feminists have debated how to battle the countless stereotypes perpetuated about the movement for decades.

A Dad Took Stunning Photos of His Son With Down Syndrome to Show His Strength Has No Limit

Every year, roughly 6,000 babies are born with Down syndrome in the U.S., or 1 in 691 babies. Down syndrome affects a person's development and certain physical characteristics, but as one father's Instagram project is showing, that doesn't mean it will hold anyone back from becoming the person they want to be.

This Video Shows Just How Absurd Anti-Feminist "Meninists" Actually Sound

As the feminism movement in the U.S. continues to build momentum, there's been the inevitable backlash from certain men's groups, so-called men's rights movement activists and even some self-described "meninists." It might seem like a trivial claim, but one new video from the PR firm called Take It From Us has captured the dire situation of men in the U.S.

Watch the Shocking Video of Abuse Inside New York's Rikers Island

Kalief Browder was 16 years old in 2010 when he was arrested for an alleged robbery and sent to Rikers Island in New York City to await trial.

Watch Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo Flip the Script of Typical Sexist Interviews

As long as there are press junkets and red carpet interviews, there will always be women getting questions about their appearances while men answer more substantive queries.

The Lead Singer of Chvrches Just Destroyed Her Internet Trolls in the Best Way Possible

Lauren Mayberry of the British pop band Chvrches took to Instagram on Wednesday with an important message for her fans — and for the subhuman trolls who lob sexual threats at her every day.  "My band is lucky enough to have some of the most awesome, supportive and respectful fans in the world and we are so excited to be in the studio making an album to share with them.

7 Times We Decided People of Color Don't Feel Pain Like White People Do

Pain is universal. Everyone feels it at some point. But somewhere in the course of history, the world decided that people of color feel less pain than white people.

This Photo of a Police Officer and a Homeless Man Is Going Viral for All the Right Reasons

Finally some good news about police. A photo uploaded to Facebook on Tuesday has gone viral for all the right reasons.

What Happened to the Female Rock Star?

When the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony rolls around, the Hall puts a decent amount of effort into choosing the inductors.

A Gay High Schooler Was Asked to Prom by the Most Unexpected Date

It's promposal season — the time of year when high schoolers ask the guy or gal of their teenage dreams to dance awkwardly with them for four hours.

Native American Actors Walked Off Adam Sandler's New Movie Set, and Here's Why

Today in not surprising news: Adam Sandler movies aren't sensitive to other cultures. A dozen Native American actors walked off the set of Sandler's new movie The Ridiculous Six on Wednesday.

Here Are the Victims of Police Brutality That Everyone's Ignoring

On Feb. 10, 2013, 31-year-old sheriff's deputy Cory Cooper pulled over a 19-year-old woman and her boyfriend in Omaha, Nebraska.

How Male Feminists of the 1970s Helped Women Take A Stand Against Violence

At a Take Back the Night event Nov. 4, 1978, at San Francisco's Galileo High School, the handful of men in the audience were rallied to action by the most unlikely of cheers.

Long After Her Death, Selena Is Still the Latina Pop Star We Need

More than 20 years after her death, Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, the larger than life Tejano singer, will take the stage once again.

Loretta Lynch Just Made History as Nation's First Black Female Attorney General

One hundred and sixty-six days after President Barack Obama nominated her to replace outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch on Thursday was finally confirmed as the nation's next top prosecutor.

Scientists Are Building a 3-D Printed Eyeball That Can Record Your Vision

If you could swap the eyes you were born with for 3-D printed upgrades, would you? What if they had 15/20 vision, photo filters and the ability to record what you see?

How One Town in Washington State Is Proving a $15 Minimum Wage Can Work

Last spring, Seattle was the first major American city to approve a $15 minimum wage. The law, which will be phased in incrementally over the course of several years, has caused a great deal of pushback from the local business lobby.

Meet the Most Dangerous Pit Bull on Earth

Pit bulls are perhaps the most misunderstood dog in America, and one pit bull and her owner are on a mission to change that.

This 102-Year-Old Woman Watching Herself Dance Proves the Value of Recording Our Lives

Millennials have been criticized for excessively recording every detail of their life — from what they're eating for breakfast to what socks they're wearing today — and some have even suggested the attachment to technology has interfered with their emotional development.

When Is It OK to Say the Word "Fat"?

The stigma that surrounds fat in the U.S. is as American as the apple pie we're all too ashamed to enjoy.  We spend $60.5 billion annually on diets promising to get rid of it.