USA Today published She Wanted a Hollywood Career. Her Agent Wanted Sex.
“If a woman decides that she needs to have sex with a Hollywood producer in order to advance her career and actually does it and finds the whole thing offensive, that’s not rape,” Brafman said. “You made a conscious decision that you’re willing to do something that is personally offensive in order to advance your career.”
USA Today published Norway is Dominating These Winter Olympics With a Unique Approach to Sports.
Unlike the U.S., where we keep score of everything all the time, Norway puts kids in sports but doesn’t let them keep score until age 13. The idea is to make sports part of their social development so that the motivation to stay involved is to have fun with their friends, not winning.
USA Today published Australia Hasn’t Had a Fatal Mass Shooting Since 1996. Here’s What it Did.
The country made sweeping gun control measures after a man killed 35 people with a semi-automatic weapon in a popular tourist area of Port Arthur, in Tasmania. Weeks after the April 1996 tragedy, the country and its states began banning rapid-fire guns to tamp down on mass shootings and then offered to buy the prohibited firearms.
USA Today published an article titled Are you disrespecting women at work? How to be an ally. The article lists several “dos” and “don’ts” for men to “avoid social hiccups”. What are your thoughts on the points made?