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In an effort to dodge a body-shaming controversy last November, Victoria's Secret changed a campaign slogan from "The Perfect Body" to "A Body for Every Body." However, many consumers are beginning to notice that the lingerie store isn't quite living up to its new motto.
From Beyoncé's female empowering VMA performance last fall, to the ever-so-controversial #freethenipple campaign, it seems like no matter how hard you try, you can't escape the topic of feminism. These liberating equal rights movements are everywhere — and this new project takes feminism a million steps forward.
On Nov. 26, the Washington Post released a report that took us behind the scenes of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's Luskin Lecture for Thought Leadership speech at UCLA earlier this year.
On Nov. 12, Paper Magazine released an issue starring the one and only Kim Kardashian titled, "Break the Internet." The issue included a stimulating interview about Kardashians' selfies, reality show and daughter. It also included racy nude photos of the socialite.
On Nov. 4, Republicans seized the Senate and the governor majority while keeping control of the House of Representatives — a feat that hadn’t been accomplished since 2006. Obviously, it was a huge win for the Republican Party, right?
The evening of Oct. 28, during Tempe Undergraduate Student Government's week of Sparking Democracy, Arizona candidates spoke to ASU students about what they will do once they are elected. Gubernatorial candidates Fred DuVal, Doug Ducey, Barry Hess and JL Mealer made appearances, along with Secretary of State candidates, Michele Reagan and Terry Goddard. Even unopposed candidate Jeff DeWit spoke to students about what he intends to do as State Treasurer.