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Considering Consent: A Twitter Chat Round-Up

When we stop talking about consent, we also stop thinking about it — and that's how we got to this point in the first place! Let's keep the conversation going.

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Witchcraft 101: A Wonderfully Witchy #RavChat Round-Up

We took to Twitter with a “Witchcraft 101” chat to introduce our readers to some awesome real-life witches and talk about ways to make everyday life a little more magical.

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Golden Globes Illustrate Everything Wrong (And Right) With Women's Role In Comedy

Last night's awards ceremony both challenged and highlighted comedy's enduring gender gap—a problem female comedians are speaking out about.

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Art Cannot Be Stopped: "Je Suis Charlie" French Illustration To Be Published By Charlie Hebdo 

Acclaimed children's book illustrator Benjamin Chaud has crafted this indelible image that will be published next week by the satirical newspaper.

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We've pooled together all our very favorite goodies to help you with your holiday shopping this year!

Ravishly's 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

We've got a little bit of everything: candles that smell like your favorite books, family pajamas that will last for years to come, and organizations to pick when giving the ultimate gift of a donation in your loved one's name to a cause they care about.

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Website We Love: Women's Rights News

For the latest on all things women's rights, check out this handy news portal.

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Martin Luther King Jr.'s Views On Gay People

Openly gay African American organizer Bayard Rustin opens up about King's views on homosexuality in a 1989 interview.

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Ravishly's Top 5 Reads Of The Week

Left Shark musings, an analysis of "plus-size," and why women should pop the question . . . among other treasures. You know what to do. Ravish it.

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Shit You Left Behind Turns A Sharp Lens On Break-Ups 

We get a sneak peek at photographer Stacia Grossman's sharp, witty and relatable look at a relationship gone awry.

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