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It seems like every other week, there is a mass shooting in the news. Just this week, a gun-wielding man injured 9 and killed 1 person on the popular Bourbon Street in New Orleans on Sunday, while another man injured 11 people with his car and a knife on Ohio State University campus on Monday. 


In fact, the Gun Violence Archive recently ran a study that showed that on average, a mass shooting occurs in the United States on 5 out of every 6 days. They defined 'mass shooting' as an incident that leaves 4 or more dead, not including the shooter. 

The problem has gained nationwide attention, and recent events have spurred President Barack Obama to announce “We have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in the world.” In 2016, the June 12th massacre at Pulse (a LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando) which was the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, saw the tragic deaths of 49 people. (The deadliest massacres were back in the 1800's and 1900's, when white mobs and American troops killed hundreds of Native American and Black people in each of the Tulsa Massacre of 1921, the Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890, and the Mountain Meadows Massacre of 1857). In 2015, there was the Charleston AME shooting, where a 21-year old white man killed 9 Black churchgoers in a racially-motivated hate crime. In 2014, a 22-year-old UCSB student committed the Isla Vista rampage, killing 6. 

In 2012, a young man killed 26 people, mostly children, at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut. In 2007, a Virginia Tech senior killed 32 other students on campus. And in 1999, two high school students at Columbine High School used four guns and two pipe bombs to murder 13 others. 

Mass shootings are not a uniquely American problem, but other countries have found much more success in curbing the shootings. In Australia, the 1996 massacre of Port Arthur killed 35, sparking national change. After the shooting, the country banned automatic and semi-automatics assault rifles and pump shotguns, created a gun registry, and established a 28-day waiting period for firearms. Since the 1996 policy changes, there have been 0 mass shootings in Australia to date. 

England has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the world. After the 1987 Hungerford Massacre, the country banned most semi-automatic long-barreled weapons, and after the 1996 Dunblane School Massacre, also banned most small firearms. Although there has been one mass shooting since then, which killed 12 in 2010, the shooter in that case used his own legally-owned guns. 

In Canada, guns are legal, but a 1977 ruling established a requirement for potential gun-buyers to get a background check before purchasing. While this has curbed killings, there have still been 11 mass shootings since the 1977 law - one of which was actually committed by a U.S. citizen, who brought his handgun to Canada - and the deadliest of which was a school shooting at the Ecole Polytechnique. The school shooter in that case was also a young man, who killed mostly women engineering students because, in his own words, he hated feminists. From 1995 to 2012 in Canada, all guns had to be registered, but each state dropped this requirement, eventually including Quebec because of a Supreme Court decision in 2015. While Canada does still struggle with mass shootings, it is a fraction of the problem in the U.S. 

In the United States, a study by the Guardian found that in the 20 deadliest shootings in 2015, most of the gunmen used their own, legally-owned firearms. President Obama, in an attempt to follow through on his campaign promises, has made several attempts to strengthen gun control laws. However, most of those bills died in the Senate, so there has not been much gun control reform in the past few years. From comparing U.S. laws to other countries' laws, how do we stack up? Tell us your opinion in the comments below!

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With his latest in a series of political blunders, presidential candidate & reality star Donald Trump has managed to alienate even more women in the United States. After being exposed on national television for his misogynistic views, videotaped bragging about sexually assaulting women, Donald doubled down on his stances. In the latest debate, he loudly interrupted front-runner Hillary Clinton countless times. 


He was so audacious as to call the former Secretary of State "such a nasty woman," causing female viewers everywhere to accidentally snort their drinks out their noses laughing. Donald didn't mean to start a hashtag, but a huge number of people are now using #nastywoman to mock him on social media. For those voters still undecided, seeing Trump flail around and attack Clinton's character was a final straw. To show your political spirit, grab one of these hilarious "Nasty Woman" shirts - from Nasty Gal, no less, who have rebranded themselves as Nasty Woman for the moment - and the best part that the proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood! 

Celebs including Katy Perry have been spotted in the #nastywoman shirts, and recently Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren gave an inspired speech alluding to it. "Get this, Donald. Nasty women are tough. Nasty women are smart. And nasty women vote. And, on Nov. 8, we nasty women are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever." Weird Al has also jumped in on the action, releasing a new song, "Bad Hombres, Nasty Women". 

There are only a couple weeks until the highly controversial 2016 election, and the world is watching the US. Ladies, peek at the #nastywoman merch below, and don't forget to get out there and vote! Guys, you too can show your support for Hillary with the shirts below. Show everyone that you don't care what people like Trump say about women while you encourage others to vote by wearing your opinions! 

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You are chronically early. Always. Even when you're going somewhere to meet friends who you know will be late. You spend your life waiting for people and events to start. The struggle is real. Here's 20 things you know if you're always early: 


1. Pretending to be on your phone is a constant thing you do. 

Waiting outside the cinema, sitting in a restaurant alone or hanging around at train stations is something that happens on the daily for you. In order to look busy, so people don't bother you while you wait, you often find yourself pretending to text. 

2. You lie when people ask you how long you've been waiting. 

"Only two mins, not a biggie" you blurt out. When in reality you arrived 15 minuets before the designated meeting time, and because no-one else is as time conscious as you they arrive 5 minuets after the arranged time. Minuets feel like hours. 

3. You set 100 alarms. 

Even though you don't have a single memory of ever being late, you can't imagine anything worse. Thus, you set an alarm 1 hour before you need wake up and then every 5 minuets after that. Lie-ins are as mythological to you as mermaids. 

4. Going on a night out? You are ready hours before anyone else even arrives. 

Drinks are at 9, so you start getting ready at 7, even though you only take 20 minuets. You then sit their twiddling your thumbs and texting everyone asking what their current locations are. 

5. Ordering a taxi feels like an operation. 

The rest of your friends believe in being fashionably late, so trying to organise a taxi for the night out always ends up being a debate. You want to leave at 8.45, they want to leave at 9.15. Ugh, the anxiety is real. 

6. You obsessively map out routes. 

Got a meeting? One plausible route isn't good enough, you google maps every possible option. Then write it down on a piece of paper incase your phone dies. And then leave an hour earlier then you needed to. 

7. Coffee shops are your BFF. 

Many an hour has been spent in Starbucks, using the free wifi, waiting for an acceptable time to arrive at your destination. 15 minuets early is professional, but you're aware that 45 minuets is just plain weird. 

8. You bond with other chronically early people. 

A new friend turns up 10 minuets early to the bar, and both your faces light up. Everything happens in slow motion because you're both so ecstatic to find a kindred spirit. 

9. You massively help your chronically late friends get better at time keeping. 

They will find it annoying to begin with, but after a while they'll see the benefits of being early - or on time, at the very least. 

10. Arriving "on time" feels like arriving late to you. 

You got a later bus, you panic the whole journey and text your boss an SOS "I'm going to be late" text. You turn up exactly on time, with a couple of minutes to spare. You wonder why you don't get up later every day, and tell yourself you'll make it a habit. But you never do. 

11. You work at least 30 minuets every day for free. 

You start at 9am, but in your head that means 8.30 am. Because everyone else in the office is normal, and you know, don't want to come to work early, no-one ever knows what time you turn up. A blessing, because you're kinda embarrassed about it. 

12. Being actually late feels like the end of the world. 

You completely lose your sh*t. Think that your friends won't want to speak to you ever again or that you are definitely fired. When in reality, everyone knows it's a one off and that you have no control over public transport being delayed. ALL the stress. 

13. Your friends now know you are going to call/arrive at the EXACT minuet you arranged. 

11.30 means 11.30, not 11.33. Capiche? 

14. It isn't even about being early, it's about avoiding being late at any means necessary.

You don't want to be 45 minutes early to your hair appointment, but the idea that you could miss the time slot means this is just something that inevitably happens. 

15. Flights are extremely stressful. 

The airport tells you to arrive 2 hours early, which is more than enough time but you have been known to turn up 5 hours early. No shame, there's now way you're missing out on a holiday.

There can be a lot of positives to always being early, it's responsible and respectful. It shows commitment and reliability. Which is why people probably talk more about always being late as a problem, because being early isn't inconvenient for anyone but yourself. 

There are a number of reasons why you are always early, some are positive and others not so much. Satiama University found that if punctuality was a value taught to you as a child, then you are likely to continue applying this principle through to later life. On the flip side, it could mean you have anxiety. If you're anxious about being late, it is probably a trigger related to a larger issue- dealing with the larger problem, possibly through therapy, may mean you can get many of the hours you've lost waiting around or obsessing over being early back. That being said, being early is also a trait that many type A personalities - have which could mean you're a natural leader!

Always being early has its swings and roundabouts, sometimes it's a positive thing that shows your reliability, other times it can become an obsession. Trying to figure out which side of the line you are on could really help improve your life! 

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Double dates went out of fashion for a while, but they're back in favour with millennials after dating apps made them cool again- like the app Double, as seen on Dragon's Den, and Tinder's new 'social' feature. We debate in a final showdown, are double dates lame or a fun way to date? 

For 

1) They can diffuse awkwardness. If you're dating someone your friends know or have set you up with, this provides a common ground which can make the first or second date a little less stressful. 

2) If you're in a longterm relationship and so is your BFF, a great way to get your SO's to bond is a double date. You and your girl can gossip, forcing them to make conversation, and before you know it you're the 4 best friend's anyone could have. 

3) New friends. It's always great to meet new people and expand your social circle, so going on double dates with people you don't know that well could open up new possibilities. 

4) This is a pro for you and your BFF, not so much your SO. Double dates are a brilliant way to interrogate your pal's new man, without it being intimidating/super obvious.

Against 

1) Comparisons. Your date turns up late, in old jeans, and a little drunk. Your friend's date arrives in a suit, with flowers and chocolates. Smug pr*cks. 

2) One couple is always waaaaay more PDA than the other. You and your beau just want to eat your spaghetti in peace, not watch a live porno happen across the table.

3) If you or the other couple have an argument, things get a million times more tense. What's protocol if one couple break up? Do you carry on eating the meal? Do you pretend it didn't happen? So many questions, so many potentially awkward situations. We'll pass thanks. 

4) Flirting, with the wrong person. If it's a first double date switches may happen, and that's just plain weird. 

5) You can roll your eyes at your beau, but when your mate's beau is being annoying that's not quite as acceptable. Basically, double dates nine times out of ten are horrible. And a bad idea. 

If you're in a long term relationship and you're already great friends with another couple then it's a lovely thing, but more of a catch up then a double date. First date double dates are never as fun as they sound, trust me. 

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Let's talk about one of the biggest stories in the news lately: the ongoing fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The pipeline is a gigantic project, designed to carry 500,000 barrels of crude oil from North Dakota. 


The project -which is funded by America's colossal banks, including Citibank, Bank of America, HSBC, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan Chase - has drawn criticism for ignoring environmental regulations and for destroying Native American land. The pipeline has been unfolding disastrously; after skipping required environmental tests, the construction crews barreled through sacred Standing Rock Sioux land, digging up burial sites, and refusing to let people in to recover the bones. 

People across the nation, including over 100 Native American tribes and environmentalists like The Sierra Club, have been protesting the pipeline for several months. Back in September, the protests made the news for rampant brutality. Security forces at the site used pepper spray on protesters, then released attack dogs on them. Then, journalist Amy Goodman was arrested just for reporting on the protests! This was part of a big push by the banking corporations to keep this story out of the news. They charged Goodman with criminal trespassing, then rioting, but could not get either charge to stick. 

Then again just this month, Shailene Woodley, the young actress who rose to fame through "The Fault in Our Stars" and "Divergent", was arrested at a protest and charged with criminal trespassing. What does it mean for us? As we were shocked to see in the 2010 documentary "Gasland", oil companies have done some serious damage to our country. We watched American citizens light their tap water on fire, straight out of the sink. Thanks to harmful oil extraction processes, water crises have been rocking the U.S. These protests show the growing concern about the harm this pipeline could cause.

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Instagram has divided the nation once again. A few months ago they changed the algorithm which meant that your feed no longer displayed photos in order of time, thus our feeds began putting the most popular posts higher up. Instagramers everywhere were thoroughly pissed off. We didn't want to just see the celebrities and popular bloggers we follow, what about our actual friends who don't have a big following? People are still not happy with the change, but Instagram has stuck to its guns and not changed it back. 


After all that drama, you'd think Instagram would have realised that users liked the app how it was and weren't asking for change. I mean, no one likes the new logo, seriously. It feels like Insta is having a middle-life identity crisis. 

Arguably Instagram was the platform people used to put their best social content on, the most curated and aesthetically pleasing. We already have Facebook, Snapchat and Twitter to share more real-time real-life content on, Instagram was a form of escapism. 

Instagram's introduction of Stories, which allows users to post photos and videos, that can be embellished with illustrations, which are only live for 24 hours. Sounds familiar, no? Instagram Stories aren't even being subtle, not only have they copied Snapchat's concept but the name as well. 

It is all a lot of drama and pettiness. Instagram is basically saying a massive f*ck you to Facebook (which owns Snapchat). 

Instagram is trying to compete with both Facebook and Snapchat, which may work temporarily but the longevity of it is flawed. Facebook will probably stick around for a long time, it isn't a fad or where the cool kids go, it's a staple social media platform we all use- mostly to keep up with friends/family we don't have on other networking sites. Whereas Snapchat is great because our generation can use it in peace without the fear of our family stalking it, plus the causal nature of it means that there isn't any commitment to the content we post- something great for a generation terrified by commitment. Instagram is loved because it wasn't as immediate as Facebook or Snapchat, it was thoughtful and curated. Stories were obviously going to do well, because Instagram has 300 million daily active users (compared to Snapchat's 150 million), but the more saturated it becomes by trying to compete with Facebook and Snapchat, the more its appeal will dwindle. 

After a few days, the anger simmered and users jumped on the Stories hype. Mainly because no-one wants to be the last person jumping on a trend. I was one of those fickle users, after Tweeting a rage filled tweet (see in the gallery above) I then found myself uploading Stories on the weekend. 

Why? Because after my initial anger that Instagram had so blatantly copied Snapchat I realised that the Stories were actually incredibly easy to use and do have a role in my social media presence. On face value it seems identical to Snapchat, and in regards to the content it almost is but it is different because of the platform. Most people use Snapchat to see their 'real' friend's lives, and the occasional celebrity. Whereas Instagram is a platform where people typically follow more users and strangers, therefore the reach is larger. Not great for privacy, but definitely good if you want to grow your presence. 

So who is the winner of this debate? Well they both won and lost. Instagram lost by pissing off their users again  but won because as usual, people get over change and adjust. It's a great new feature for teens, because a quick look at that age group's feeds shows that they usually only have a handful of images, which are all perfectly curated. They are constantly deleting images so that it doesn't look overcrowded, therefore Stories allows them to do this automatically but without the commitment of messing up their feed. Snapchat has lost because people will pick a platform, no one has time to upload identical content onto both. However, let's be honest, the filters on Snapchat will keep us coming back. That and the privacy of sending *private* snaps. 

Basically, that new gold crown filter has saved Snapchat's ass. 

Scroll our favourite Twitter reactions to Instagram Stories in the gallery above...

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Tess Holliday, a Plus Size model and founder of 'EffYourBeautyStandards' is an avid advocate for reclaiming the word 'fat'. All this sounds positive, right? Body positivity and protesting about mainstream beauty standards is an important and worthy cause. However, at size 26, is this a damaging message to promote?


Size 0 and the connotations of promoting that as a body ideal has been widely regarded as harmful and not an accurate reflection of the average woman for many years, but is promoting obesity any better? Obviously there are less models of this size in the industry, so their inclusion is a step in the right direction towards more diversity, however it still isn't addressing the biggest problem- that the models we see are not an accurate reflection of the majority of the population. 

The average woman in America is a size 12-14, whereas most models in the US are a 0 or 00. Models, like Tess Holliday, are giving plus sized women someone to relate to which is great, yet this feeds into the industry's problem of promoting extremities. You can be healthy and be a size 0 or a size 26, for example, but the reality is that these sizes are often not healthy and come with a plethora of health issues. 

So what's the solution? Arguably models like Ashley Graham, Barbie Ferreria, Iskra Lawrence and Nadia Aboulhoson answer this dilemma. Their rise is a step in the right direction, because on average they are a size 14, making them more relatable to the majority of women. The biggest change that needs to happen in the industry is ditching the label of 'plus sized' when referring to women who, are in fact, average size. Plus size is a good term to use for models like Tess Holliday, and maybe a new term needs to develop for the models who are a size 0, so that these models like Graham can become the new 'norm' in the industry. 

Lena Dunham has weighed in on the debate, referring to Amy Schumer's criticism of US Glamour Magazine including her on the cover 'Chic at Any Size' without telling her first. Dunham stated "I think what Amy was really saying was just like let's remove labels and she was just saying like why do you have to categorise our bodies. Women-people should be able to recognise themselves in the media that they watch".

Amy had a point, she argued that "I think there's nothing wrong with being plus size. Beautiful healthy women. Plus size is considered size 16 in America. I go between a size 6 and an 8. @glamourmag put me in their plus size only issue without asking or letting me know and it doesn't feel right to me. Young girls seeing my body type thinking that is plus size? What are your thoughts? Mine are not cool glamour not glamorous". 

Amy may not have expressed this sentiment in the most coherent manner, but the point sticks. Models of all sizes are great because they reflect the women who are that size, but calling someone who is an average size 'plus' is harmful, particularly for young girls. It promotes the idea that being a healthy, normal weight is not the norm, and that it's by default abnormal. Looking at the runway - although there is slightly more diversity now-a-days - tall, slim women are still the majority. Just because a model doesn't fit 'runway norms' doesn't mean they should be automatically categorised as 'plus size'. The dictionary definition of 'plus size' is "of larger size than normal", yet a look at models who are deemed 'plus' or 'curve' in the industry shows that they are rarely larger than the average woman. 

One size doesn't fit all, size 0 doesn't fit all, plus size doesn't fit all- but having more models between the sizes 8-14 in mainstream media would be fitting a lot more women than the current extremities promoted. 

Lane Bryant's campaign #I'mNoAngel is the kind of imagery we need to be seeing in the media more frequently. What are your thoughts? Let us know...

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...In embarrassing America.


Whether you’re a Trump supporter or not, you can’t deny it’s preferable to have a presidential candidate who doesn’t sh*t all over women, ethnic minorities, the LGBT community and pretty much anyone that isn’t themselves.

No candidate is squeaky clean but surely this guy can’t be the lesser evil? 

Read on for 10 times Donald Trump opened his mouth and exceeded expectations in embarrassing America on an international scale:

1) “I will build a great wall - an nobody builds a wall better than me, believe me - and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words.”

2) "When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best. They’re not sending you, they’re sending people that have lots of problems and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs They’re bring [sic] crime. They’re rapists…And some, I assume are good people.”

3) “Happy #CincoDeMayo! The best taco bowls are made in Trump Tower Grill. I love Hispanics!”

4) But don’t worry, it’s not just Mexico Donald likes to offend: “We can’t continue to allow China to rape our country.” 

5) In a statement released by Trump’s campaign in December after the mass shooting in San Bernardino, CA.: "Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on."

6) “I was down there, and I watched our police and our firemen, down on 7-eleven, down at the World Trade Center, right after it came down."

7) He may have backtracked on this but the damage has been done. This is what Trump thought/thinks about women who seek abortions: “There has to be some form of punishment.” 

8) Trump said about his anti-Muslim policy in the final Republican debate last year, “They’re not coming to this country if I’m president. And if Obama has brought some to this country they are leaving, they’re going, they’re gone."

9) On gay marriage: “I just don’t feel good about it. I don’t feel right about it. I’m against it…I’m opposed to gay marriage." 

10) This is just downright weird: “I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d been dating her."

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Everybody has their one special office mug - what does yours say about you? 


The Witty Mug: You're funny & you get along with all your coworkers. 

The Meme Mug: You're the youngest one in the office.

The Colorful Mug: You love to travel, & can't wait for your vacation!

The Political Mug: You love to debate, & don't care what anyone thinks.

The Wine Mug: You're always down for Happy Hour, and your coworkers love it!

The Initials Mug: You're sick of people stealing your mug. Hands off, Karen from HR!

The Giant Mug: You're a coffee or tea addict & you DGAF!

The Positive Mug: You don't let anyone stress you out at work, and you're always smiling.

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Taylor Swift is the queen of Prim; let’s just agree on this now and save us all the trouble of a debate. She works autumn style staples like no other and always looks so polished even when she’s rocking a pair of jeans and a sweat. This look is a personal fave of the fashion team; apart from looking utterly adorable, she’s working a beautiful colour palette here, and clashing burgundy with teal checks is a real style skill. Work the look yourself with our picks below. Photo Credit: Daily Celebs Tumblr #taylorswift #checkcoat #primstyle #burgundybag

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