Online.wsj.com 10/22/2014"... “Yes Means Yes” refers to a law recently passed by the California Legislature that governs the way higher-education institutions in the state adjudicate claims of sexual assault. They are required to employ a standard of “affirmative consent,” which tilts the scale toward a guilty finding given certain fact patterns. “If both people didn’t make it absolutely clear that they consented to their sexual encounter, the college can find that the person who didn’t consent was assaulted,” ..."
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Personneltoday.com 10/22/2014"... HR professionals are used to looking out for the warning signs of potential claims of sex discrimination against women. But what about sex discrimination against men, as seen in the recent employment tribunal claim against Ford Motor Company over its policy on pay for men during paternity leave? Here, we round up 10 examples of how employers’ actions against men can lead to sex discrimination claims in employment tribunals. ..."
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Campusreform.org 10/22/2014"... The topic of the debate, which was sponsored by the the Olympia Academy, was “feminism and men’s rights.” During a heated discussion over the socialization of gender, the students began to argue over whether gender is learned or innate. At one point, a female debater erupted at a male student who had been unsupportive of the socialization theory, exclaiming, “[y]ou were taught to be a boy!” ..."
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Everydayhealth.com 10/21/2014"... There are so many ways to get exercise, from walking and hiking to swimming, biking, tennis, or even ballroom dancing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends engaging in 30 minutes of moderate-intensity activity five days a week. Whatever you decide to do, it’s important to consult with your doctor before you begin. Exercise is a great way to lose weight and maintain a healthy heart. ..."
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