A college in Toronto says it will no longer force all its students to use gender-neutral bathrooms and is, therefore, switching back to exclusively male or exclusively female facilities, after it learned that two women students were filmed by a man using his cellphone while showering.
The Whitney Hall dormitory at University College, part of the University of Toronto, made the decision to roll back the use of gender-neutral bathrooms after two women reported separately last month that they saw a cellphone reach over the shower stall dividers in an attempt to record them, according to The Toronto Star.
Toronto Police are investigating the incidents at the dormitory, which houses about 250 students. more >>
Kim Kardashian West may have been praying for a second child with her husband and rap mogul Kanye West, but now she is admitting disdain for her pregnancy.
"I don't enjoy one moment of it and I don't understand people who enjoy it," the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star wrote on her website. "My mom and Kourtney clearly did! More power to them but I just don't relate!"
The 34-year-old is expecting a son with her husband on Christmas. However, she is doing anything but enjoying the process. more >>
A group of 64 legal experts and scholars have signed a statement calling on Americans to oppose the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision legalizing gay marriage nationwide.
The Washington, DC-based American Principles Project posted the legal experts' statement Thursday on their website in which they denounced the 5-4 ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges.
"The Court's majority opinion eschewed reliance on the text, logic, structure, or original understanding of the Constitution, as well as the Court's own interpretative doctrines and precedents, and supplied no compelling reasoning to show why it is unjustified for the laws of the states to sustain marriage as it has been understood for millennia as the union of husband and wife," declared the statement. more >>
When she was a little girl, gospel music star Erica Campbell dreamed about performing with the Winans family and The Clark Sisters, and now she's glorifying God for making that dream a reality.
Campbell, the 43-year-old "I Luh God" singer, performed along with BeBe Winans, 3 Winans Brothers and The Clark Sisters during the Howard University Homecoming Gospel Show on Sunday.
She took to social media to honor God for allowing her to take part in the gospel music celebration and to show her gratitude for a memorable experience. more >>
A group of women have decided that it's not enough to just follow the advice of cows and eat more chicken; they must sing about it.
The Texting Yoga Pants, a group of millennial-aged mothers who, apparently, wear yoga pants, posted a video titled "I Wanna Go To Chick Fil A" in August that has accrued over 940,000 views.
With little children in tow, the mothers go to the popular fast-food chicken sandwich chain and enjoy the services provided. more >>
A professional gynecologist who during the 1980s performed hundreds of first and second trimester abortions has submitted congressional testimony describing the graphic nature of the procedure.
Dr. Anthony Levatino of New Mexico gave testimony Thursday afternoon to the House Judiciary Committee as part of an investigation into Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
In graphic detail, Levatino described the process of a Suction D&E procedure, which involves using a sopher clamp to rip limbs off an aborted baby. more >>