Why do male exhibitionists force women to watch them? Two therapists explain

November 17, 2017

Harvey Weinstein. James Toback. Mark Halperin. Brett Ratner. Louis C.K. There’s one act that keeps popping up in the recent accusations against these men: forcing a woman to watch them masturbate. What compels a man to do this? The Washington Post spoke to two sex therapists who, although they don’t have experience treating these men specifically, ...

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Finalists announced for the 2017 UK & European Employee Engagement Awards in association with People Insight

November 17, 2017

  Finalists include: BT, Coca-Cola, Diageo, DHL, Fitness First, LG, Ministry of Justice, Nissan, Post office, Royal Bank of Scotland, Southampton Football Club, Time Inc, Vodafone, Waitrose and many more… Winners will be announced at a Gala ceremony at Wembley Stadium on January 25, 2018 Tables are on sale now Learn from UK & ...

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Glitter banned by Dorset children’s nursery chain

November 17, 2017

  Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGroup manager Harriet Pacey said their nurseries already avoid a lot of single-use items Glitter has been banned by a chain of children's nurseries because of the "terrible damage" it does to the environment. The art material is washed into the water system and can end up in the food ...

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The excitement surrounding Father Solanus Casey’s Beatification is building

November 17, 2017

He’s in charge of the Archdiocese of Detroit. That’s a big deal. But if you were to ask Archbishop Allen Vigneron to measure his excitement at being able to assist the Capuchin Franciscan Order of St. Joseph in Detroit with its preparations for the Beatification Mass of Father Solanus Casey, on a scale of one to 10 ...

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‘Bill Nye: Science Guy’: Host of ’90s kids show turns his crusade to climate-change deniers

November 17, 2017

Bill Nye, the lanky, bow-tied TV science advocate, is still a hero to a generation of young adults who eagerly watched his 1990s series, “Bill Nye, the Science Guy,” in classrooms or on afternoon television.The fast-paced, half-hour educational show made science fun, with hands-on experiments that kids could replicate at home. Nye also used such ...

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School counsellors needed to tackle self-harm ‘epidemic’, minister told

November 16, 2017

  Image copyright Thinkstock All young people in the UK should have access to school counsellors to tackle an "epidemic" in self-harm, the government has been been told. Baroness Walmsley said the problem was worse among young women and girls. But instead of hiring more counsellors, who could offer free and non-judgemental support, schools were having to sack them to ...

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Half of UK consumers don’t believe commercial organisations care about their privacy, Thales research finds

November 16, 2017

Businesses face far more than just fines for non-compliance with GDPR London, UK – 16 November, 2017 – Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data security, announces the results of its research on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The report, based on research by Censuswide and sponsored by Thales, captures the ...

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A Child is Waiting: Generous Hayden loves the country life – and Legos

November 16, 2017

Builds, Rides, Shares “Hayden is a fun-loving kid with the gentlest heart anyone could ask for,” said his adoption worker. “If you said you were cold, he would give you the coat off his back. He is sweet and thoughtful. When he earns prizes, he often gives them to others to make them happy.” She adds, “He’s ...

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