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A couple years ago in the state of Ohio, lawmakers approved a bill that allowed bible study in science classes. Since these lawmakers are allowing bible studies in the students’ science classes, they decided to reject a change in law to allow faith-healing parents to be prosecuted when their children die of a treatable illness. […]
A former Scientologist was forced to spend three years performing hard labor after she was caught kissing another women. Nora Crest was a life counselor, where she mentored the children of Tom Cruise and John Travolta, before she was caught becoming attracted to women. After Nora was caught having same sex relations, she was put […]
This article discusses how Latin American singer and gender studies degree holder, Francisca Valenzuela, is working to raise awareness of Latin America’s stereotyped gender role of women by creating an all-female musical festival in Chile. Women in Chile are perceived as props and objects to many of the male performers, but Valenzuela is working against […]
Drug Enforcement Agents (DEA) stationed in Colombia had illegal “sex parties” with prostitutes, which were bank rolled by drug cartels. Colombian police officers have allegedly provided protection to the DEA agents with guns and property to have the “sex parties.” These parties have also included the prostituting of young girls and the sale of pornographic […]
Since 1925, the St. Lucie River in Florida has been connected to Lake Okeechobee by the St, Lucie canal for the purposes of flood control for the communities of the lake’s shores and boating traffic across the state via the lake. For 87 years, when heavy rains cause the lake to rise to high levels, […]