Bill Cosby: Justice For Women Exceeds the #Metoo# Campaign as the Octagenarian Faces 10 years in Prison on Each Count of Assault


The jury in Bill Cosby’s retrial found the TV icon guilty of all three counts of aggravated indecent assault on Thursday for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in a Philadelphia suburb in 2004.

The 80-year-old comedian faces up to 10 years in prison on each count, but would likely serve them concurrently. A sentencing hearing has not yet been scheduled, and he remains out on bail.

Cosby did not have an audible reaction to his conviction, but erupted shortly afterward. Minutes after the verdict, prosecutors asked the judge to revoke Cosby’s bail because they say he is a flight risk and has a private plane. Continue reading Bill Cosby: Justice For Women Exceeds the #Metoo# Campaign as the Octagenarian Faces 10 years in Prison on Each Count of Assault

What Women Really Think About Sex

Many women find sex to be the deepest form of love and connection, and many women are very sexually oriented. While his orgasm may be quicker, hers is often more powerful and her incredible capacity for pleasure could include multiple orgasms. But the ways that women experience and express their sexuality are often very different from their male partners. Continue reading What Women Really Think About Sex

Sex: How Long Is It Expected to Last?


Ever found yourself wondering if there is any stipulated duration for sex? Probably when you are not feeling the whole act or after a long desired “quickie”? In the latter, with your heart thumping, you would wish it didn’t have to be that brief, then the question of duration pops up.


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If you’re a non-scientist, you might have once asked yourself, propped against the bedhead after disappointingly quick intercourse, how long does sex “normally” last? Continue reading Sex: How Long Is It Expected to Last?

Times Most Influential People of 2018: Oprah Winfrey, Marica Branchesi, Tiffany Haddish, Among the Records of women on The List


On Thursday, April 19.Time Magazine revealed her 100 most influential persons of 2018, Interestingly, the list records 45 women who were listed alongside 55 men, who not only wields power but according to Times’ estimation are individuals whose time is now.

Among Times’ 100 most influential people include Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman, President Donald Trump, Barack Obama and  Kim Jong Un,

Parkland shooting survivors and student activists, Jaclyn Corin, , Cameron Kasky, Alex Wind David Hogg,  and Emma Gonzalez , were also listed.

Several people of power wrote short stories about the 2018 Times’ influential people.

The 44th President of The United States, Barak Obama on the Parkland student activists  Seared by memories of seeing their friends murdered at a place they believed to be safe, these young leaders don’t intimidate easily. They see the NRA and its allies—whether mealymouthed politicians or mendacious commentators peddling conspiracy theories—as mere shills for those who make money selling weapons of war to whoever can pay. They’re as comfortable speaking truth to power as they are dismissive of platitudes and punditry. And they live to mobilize their peers.”

Tiffany Haddish on Oprah Winfrey, When I first met Oprah Winfrey, I was an extra on the set of a movie she was producing, Their Eyes Were Watching God. I was telling jokes and making the other extras laugh when Oprah walked by and said, “You’re really funny. What’s your name?” She told me to keep her updated on my career. So I wrote her all these letters, and she never wrote me back.

Then she surprised me on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in February. When she walked onstage, my soul was overjoyed. That was everything. It made me feel like I’m on the right track, and it inspired me to push even harder.

I’ve been watching Oprah since I was 7. In my eyes, she’s my auntie. I call her Auntie O. I remember coming home from school, putting on The Oprah ­Winfrey Show and feeling like I could achieve anything I put my mind to. Oprah had the roughest childhood and has gone through all these difficulties. But no matter what, she stays focused on her goals and achieves them. She made her dreams come true. And because I watched her, I did too”

This is Oprah 10th time on the list.

Yara Shahidi on Maxine Waters, “Congresswoman Maxine Waters of the 43rd District of California, a.k.a. Auntie Maxine, has made my generation proud to be nieces and nephews. She is adored and admired by people who care about social justice and is oh so eloquent in letting the world, particularly the white men of Congress who dare test her acumen, know that she is not here for any nonsense. From “reclaiming my time” to leading a movement to “impeach him,” she says what many of us are thinking. And she reminds us that we are worthy of any space we occupy.”

Jaha Dukureh on Nice Nailantei Leng ‘Ete, “Nice is an extraordinary example of young African girls standing up for themselves. After the loss of her parents, she could have given up and followed the norm, knowing that challenging attitudes in male-dominated communities can get you cast out. But instead, she fought to get an education so she could help change the socio­cultural structures that continue to impede women’s lives and well-being.”

Kevin Hart on Tiffany Haddish “…Now Tiffany is bringing a whole new level of fresh to the comedy scene. She’s just so authentic and unfiltered. You never know what’s going to come out of her mouth. And you can tell she’s having fun—she’s seen a time when things couldn’t get any worse, and she’s giving it all she has…”

The females who made the 2018 Times’ influential people include; Tiffany Haddish, who is an actor, comedian and best-selling author , Jacylyn Corin, Cardi B a musician who according to Taraji is now the biggest thing in music, Rihanna, Nice Nailantei Leng ‘Ete, Chloe Kim-the best Snow boarder, Jan Rader- the first woman to lead a professional fire department in West Virginia ,Peggy Whitson the first female chief of the NASA astronaut office -, Issa Rae, Jesmyn Ward, Ruth Davidson, Whitney Wolfe Herd, Marica Branchesi an astrophysicist , Ann Mckee, Nicole Kidman, Gal Gadot, Millie Bobby Brown, Lena Waithe, Greta Gerwig, Roseanne Barr, Deepika Padukone, Jr, Judy Chicago, Meghan Markle, Carmen Yulin Cruz, Nancy Pelosi, Jacinda Ardern, Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Sheikh Hasina, Jenniffer Lopez, Tarana Burke, Cristina Jimenez, Janet Mock, Kesha, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey, Maxine Waters, Sinta Nuriya, Rachael Denhollander, Daniela Vega, Oprah Winfrey, Cindy Holland, Sonia Friedman, and Elizabeth Diller.


Specific Type Of Blood Pressure Drug Increases Risk Of Pancreatic Cancer In Postmenopausal Women



A specific class of blood pressure medication is found to increase the pancreatic cancer risk in women, according to the AACR 2018 meeting on Tuesday. Continue reading Specific Type Of Blood Pressure Drug Increases Risk Of Pancreatic Cancer In Postmenopausal Women

The Menopause-Alzheimer’s Connection

In the next three minutes, three people will develop Alzheimer’s disease. Two of them will be women.

There are 5.7 million Alzheimer’s patients in the United States. By 2050, there will probably be as many as 14 million, and twice as many women as men will have the disease. Continue reading The Menopause-Alzheimer’s Connection

Firms touted as ‘top employers’ for women pay them less than men


Almost half of the companies included on a list of businesses feted as the best places to work as a woman in the UK have a gender pay gap higher than the national average, exclusive Guardian analysis has revealed. Continue reading Firms touted as ‘top employers’ for women pay them less than men