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jd Forte’s ‘The Up and Comers’ & A September 11 Women’s Rights Reflection

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Scandinavian Women Lead the World in Equality & Governing | Anne Sends Big Hugs to Helsinki, Finland

French Roast News

Why Philadelphia Women Need the Earned Sick Days Bill

Izabel Goulart in Sign from Lilith That Anne Has Religious Morals After All

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First Lady Michelle Obama in Jason Wu | The Feminine Feminist

Cameron Russell Says Privilege & Insecurity Make Modeling A Bad Career Choice

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Sailing Towards Ithaca As A Sensual Journey

Australian Ballet Jubilee | Will Davidson | Vogue Australia November 2012 | ‘Heavenly Creatures’

Fashion’s Hippie Love Trend Is Tied to Womanly Cultural Creative Values

50 Years Later, Marilyn Monroe Remains the Ultimate Smart Sensuality Blonde

Alfred Hitchcock’s Obsession: Sienna Miller As Tippi Hedren in ‘The Girl’

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer: Female, 30-Something, Glamorous & Pregnant | Women’s IQs Now Higher Than Men’s

Cosa Bella’s ‘La Dolce Vita’ | Women of Harlot Babylon

Our Jewelry Expresses the Eroticism of Nature & Beauty of Woman

Louis Vuitton’s Yayoi Kusama Celebration | David Austin Roses | Kate Scott Photography

Eve Ensler’s ‘The Vagina Monologues’ Will Be Read With Eve Ensler At Michigan Capitol June 18th

Small Town Aryanna Strader Voters Like Cupcake Liners, Too

Catholic Bishops Hats Inspire Coconut Shrimp Recipe

For Sister Margaret Farley Responsible Pleasure Is Not a Sin

UniteWomen.org Calls Out PA (R) Congressman Joseph Pitts, Sponsor of HR 358 ‘Let Women Die’ Bill

Bye Bye to UniteWomen.org, Karen Teegarden & Anita Doll Fiouris

Tabea Koebach | Seiji Fujimori | The Ground #2 | ‘The Throne’

Elephants are Matriarchal and Kind to Females in the Animal World | Stop the Republican Disgrace of Elephants

Believing in Birth Control Doesn’t Make Me Un-American | 2 Ps in a Pod by Anne

Franca Sozzani: Living Simply and Thinking Big | We Call It Cultural Creative Wisdom

Marloes Horst | Will Davidson | Harper’s Bazaar Australia March 2012 | ‘Wanderlust’

Research Review: Are Kids of Gay Parents Better Off With Mom & Imprisoned Dad?

Bro. Dennis on Ultra-Orthodox, Fundamentalist, Extreme Moralists as ‘Evil Incarnate’| 2Ps in a Pod

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Thursday
Oct022014

Half Of Earth's Wildlife Lost in 40 Years Reports WWF & Zoological Society of London

A devastating new report by the World Wildlife Federation and the Zoological Society of London concludes that the number of wild animals on earth has halved in the past 40 years.

“If half the animals died in London zoo next week it would be front page news,” said Professor Ken Norris, ZSL’s director of science. “But that is happening in the great outdoors. This damage is not inevitable but a consequence of the way we choose to live.” He said nature, which provides food and clean water and air, was essential for human wellbeing.

The study analyzed 10,000 different populations, accounting for 3,ooo species. The researchers then used the data to create a first-ever ‘Living Planet Index’ (LPI), which gives a snapshot of all known 45,000 vertebrates.

Summarized in The Guardian, a second index in the new Living Planet report calculates the “ecological” footprint of the world’s nations. The repport concludes that humans are

— cutting down more trees than we replace

— catching more fish in our oceans than we restock

— pump more water from rivers and aquifer than rainfall can replenish

— emitting more climate-warming carbon dioxide with fewer forests and oceans to absorb them

In a shocking conclusion, the report concludes that at the current rate of global consumption, Earth needs 1.5 of itself to sustain our futures. In the case of US rate of consumption, 4 Earths are required to sustain our futures. The UK weighs in at 2.5.

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Thursday
Oct022014

Vanessa Axente & Michiel Huisman By Mario Testino For Vogue October 2014

Vanessa Axente & Michiel Huisman explore their inner arty, lensed by Mario Testino for Vogue’s October issue. Tonne Goodman styles an eclectic of modern geometry, bohemian-inspired separates for ‘Performance Pieces’.

 

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Thursday
Oct022014

Natalia Vodianova In 'The Fall Classic' By Annie Leibovitz For Vogue October 2014

Model Natalia Vodianova tends her flock and enjoys the country air in ‘The Fall Classic’, styled by Camilla Nickerson. Annie Leibovitz makes the quiet, autumnal capture for Vogue October 2014.

 

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Wednesday
Sep172014

Stella McCartney's 2014 Green Carpet Collection At London Fashion Week

Environmentalist Stella McCartney was center stage this week as she launched her Green Carpet Collection at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in Mayfair. Co-hosted by BFC chairman Natalie Massenet, Anna Wintour and GCC founder Livia Firth — who launched last year’s event — the evening gave McCartney the chance to unveil four ball gowns made of left-over fabric from McCartney’s studio; a range of shoes and accessories made from sustainably recycled materials; and  a collection created from a brand-new organic cady that McCartney has developed.

Vogue writes:

“This is a fabric that I am definitely going to incorporate into my own collection,” she told us at the event. “I’ve been coming away from fittings over the last couple of weeks thinking ‘Wow’ - these are all recycled materials. In the fashion industry they burn all these thousands of metres of fabrics, which to me is crazy, so I’m recycling it.”

Stella McCartney has a long history of walking her talk on the subject of sustainability. The Fashion Globe writes that all Stella McCartney stores, offices and studios in the UK are powered by wind energy. 45% of McCartney’s total operations are run on 100% renewable energy.

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Saturday
Sep132014

Clinton Global Initiative Honors Leonardo DiCaprio, Atifete Jahjaga, Hayat Sindi, Greg Asbed & Lucas Benitez

The Clinton Global Initiative will convene its 10th Annual Meeting on Sunday, September 21 with the Clinton Global Citizen Awards which honor outstanding individuals in civil society, philanthropy, public service, and the private sector who exemplify global citizenship through their vision, leadership, and impact in addressing global challenges.

Seth Meyers, of NBC’s ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’ will be the evening’s host. The evening’s honorees include Leonardo DiCaprio, Founder of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation; Atifete Jahjaga, President of the Republic of Kosovo; Hayat Sindi, Founder and CEO, i2 Institute; and Greg Asbed and Lucas Benitez, Co-founders, Coalition of Immokalee Workers.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo Dicaprio Foundation

Leonardo currently serves on the board of the World Wildlife Fund, Oceans 5, Pristine Seas, The Natural Resources Defense Council, and International Fund for Animal Welfare.

Grants from the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation focus on protecting tigers from extinction; saving the last rainforests; protecting our oceans; saving sharks, protecting Antarctica; and providing access to clearn water.

In May 2014, the Foundation issued a $1 million grant to the Elephant Crisis Fund, a joint initiative created by Wildlife Conservation Network and Save the Elephants.

Atifete Jahjaga

President of the Republic of Kosovo


Atifete Jahjaga is the fourth President of Kosovo. She is the first female President of the Republic of Kosovo, the first non-partisan candidate, the first female head of state in the modern Balkans and the youngest to be elected to the office.

Her Excellency Madam Atifete Jahjaga of Kosovo at TEDxAmsterdamWomen 2013

Hayat Sindi

i2 Institute

Dr. Hayat bint Sulaiman bin Hassan Sindi is a Saudi Arabian medical scientist and one of the first female members of the Consultative Assembly of Saudi Arabia. Writes National Geographic:

Something the size of a postage stamp, costing just a penny a piece, could be a medical breakthrough that will save millions of lives. According to Hayat Sindi, when this tiny piece of paper enters an impoverished African village, the power of an entire diagnostic lab has arrived.

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Wednesday
Sep102014

Jourdan Dunn Consumes Everything, Lensed By Benjamin Lennox For Garage #7 Fall/Winter 2014

Garage Magazine #7 Fall/Winter 2014 makes an undeniably critical statement about global consumption trends, as Anders Solvsten makes a major style statement about the prevalence of pop brands in fashion. Model Jourdan Dunn is lensed by Benjamin Lennox in this blatantly tacky style statement.

Global think tank Trendwatching has seven key trends for 2014. Leading the list is GUILT-FREE STATUS.

Growing numbers of consumers can no longer escape an awareness of the damage done by their consumption: to the planet, society, or themselves. But a mixture of indulgence, addiction and conditioning mean that most can’t substantially change their consumption habits. The result? A never-ending guilt spiral.

The success of Tesla Model S is a great example GUILT-FREE STATUS. especially now that it has opened up technology patents to competitors with hopes of widely expanding the market for electric cars by making them more affordable. Tesla recently announced plans to create 6400 new jobs in Nevada, building an electric battery plant to supply electric car technology to mass market car makers.

Trendwatching also cites high status, chic or fashionable products that are visibly sustainable, ethical and/or healthy as products that deliver GUILT-FREE STATUS. Nudie rugs,a range of limited edition rugs created from woven strips of second-hand or donated denim from the Swedish denim brand’s own jeans, get a call out.

Also cited is US based Liberty United jewelry created from decommissioned guns and bullets. Liberty United aims to help take firearms off the streets, working with local governments to source guns no longer needed for evidence or collected in buy-back programs. These firearms “are then recycled into jewelry by established designers, with each piece including the serial number of the gun used to make it. Prices range from USD 85 to 695 and a portion of the proceeds goes to nonprofits working to reduce gun crime.”

Also important in the GUILT-FREE STATUS trend is an authentic storyline that is verifiable and helps customers stay connected to the brand’s mission. Read on for more TrendWatching key trends for 2014.

 

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Wednesday
Sep032014

Madagascar's Lemur Lady Dr. Patricia Wright Fights Their Extinction

Kevin Rice As Peter Beard, Lensed By Blair Getz Mezibov For Out Magazine

Madagascar: The Eighth Continent

When one thinks of Madagascar, lemurs (one is pictured above with model Kevin Rice) come to mind immediately. These often but not exclusively nocturnal, insectivorous primates are recognized by their small body, a long nose and intense, very large eyes.

It is only because of the island’s isolation, that lemurs remain alive in Madagascar, the only place they inhabit on earth. “It’s believed that around 160 million years ago, Madagascar was attached to the African mainland as part of the super continent Gondwanaland (formed of Africa, South America, Australia, Antarctica, India and Madagascar,” writes WildMadagascar.org.

According to Russell Mittermeier in ‘The Eighth Continent’, although Madagascar “is only one of 92 countries with wild primate populations, it is alone responsible for 21 percent (14 of 65) of all primate genera and 36 percent (five of 14) of all primate families, making it the single highest priority” for primate conservation. “Madagascar is so important for primates that primatologists divide the world into four major regions: the whole of South and Central America, all of southern and southeast Asia, mainland Africa, and Madagascar, which ranks as a full-fledged region all by itself.”

One of the World’s Most Endangered Primates

Because of its island isolation, most of its plant and animal species on Madagascar are found nowhere else in the world. The island has existed as a hotbed of biodiversity, a subject I wrote about previously.

Today, 79 percent of Madagascar’s original rain forest habitat has already been cleared by humans, leaving the future of nature’s laboratory in grave danger. This bleak reality includes the future of lemurs.

In 2012, the Union for the Conservation of Nature described 91 percent of the 103 known species and subspecies of lemurs as threatened with extinction; making it one of the highest levels of threat ever recorded for a group of mammals.

How smart is a Lemur? CNN

Lemur Lady Dr. Patricia Wright

Weeks ago IMAX movie viewers were treated to ‘Island of Lemurs: Madagascar’, a spectacular journey into this magnificent country narrated by Morgan Freeman. Far more than a travelogue, the documentary follows Dr. Patricia Wright’s mission to help lemurs. Dr. Wright is considered to be one of the world’s foremost experts on lemurs, based on her work in Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar, an integrated conservation and development project that she spear-headed in 1991.

Dr. Patricia C. Wright in Madagascar. Credit Drew Fellman/Warner Bros. Entertainment

An August 2014 New York Times article profiled Dr. Wright and her fight to prevent what she calls a “lemur holocaust.”

The Park protects 43,500 hectares of forest, including rain forests, and 12 lemur species. In addition, Wright is the founder of the Centre ValBio Research Station located on the edge of the Park. Centre ValBio, which is partially funded by the National Science Foundation, is a pivotal hub for researching rainforest biodiversity  and conservation and for conducting outreach to the community and policy makers.

Island of Lemurs: Madagascar Official Trailer #1

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