RH Reality Check is about bringing the latest news, facts, and opinions in regards to reproductive rights and health. If you are an undecided person when it comes to the US presidential race, they even have a section that follows the election in the context of where politicians stand on reproductive rights and health.
They update regularly and cover issues from sex education to abortion to AIDS. You can leave comments, and there is plenty of discussion if you want to agree or disagree. Here are a few links to interesting articles:
Four Abortion Myths Expelled
America Wins in New Hampshire
Potshots of Righteousness
On Ramen Noodles and Birth Control
I got a childfree Google alert about an article from the American Chronicle about getting back into the dating game and some questions to ask yourself. The article isn’t about the childfree, but she did acknowledge those who don’t want kids. It’s pretty interesting and will definitely help those CFers out there who aren’t sure how to approach dating–especially if you’ve just come out of a relationship. She tells the reader to discover your wants and needs, to know your non-negotiables (for us CFers, one of those issues is no children), and to know what kind of relationship you want. Check it out here.
Want to contribute to our January issue of Unscripted? Let us know!
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We look forward to working with you.
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Black Friday is one of the craziest days of the year. It’s probably the worst time to be an employee, especially if you work at some of the hot spots (Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Frys, etc). I know some people do not enjoy Black Friday, while others get a thrill from it. No matter your stance, I thought I’d post some crazy Black Friday videos from the past (all from YouTube). You can either laugh or shake your head at the craziness of it all.
Mob forms outside of Best Buy posted by Juleek
Crowd of people running into Circuit City posted by DeadMethany
Black Friday: Target (The Untold True Story) posted by glassvideos. Couple of guys are first in line at Target (waited 7 hours) but have no plans to actually buy anything.
Frys posted by Jesus4KungFu
Best Buy Preparations posted by turboawwyeah. Apparently made by a Best Buy employee showing employees and managers getting ready for the crowds. This person must have used store cameras to watch the crowds.
Wal-Mart Madness posted by amorris72200. This one shows some of the consequences of crowds during Black Friday and is the most serious. Definitely be careful if you are going out that day.
It’s great to get good deals and all, but be careful. For store sales try here. Or, try shopping online (lots of online stores have good deals).