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Latest Articles

Se Toca, Garota! #5 Benefícios Da Masturbação | Her Campus

A masturbação feminina ainda é um tabu na sociedade. Já é hora de encarar o ato com naturalidade e como um recurso que proporciona autoestima para as mulheres. De acordo com a Dra. Lauren Streicher, professora adjunta de Obstetrícia e Ginecologia da Universidade Northwestern, nos EUA, a masturbação pode melhorar o sono, aliviar o estresse e melhorar a relação da mulher com o seu próprio corpo. A médica ainda ressaltou que, assim como realizar um exercício físico ou receber uma massagem, a autoes
By Giulia Howard
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That ’90s Show: Tudo Que Sabemos Sobre A Sequência De That ’70s Show | Her Campus

Se a sua comfort serie é That ’70s Show, temos boas notícias! Novas histórias estão a caminho depois de mais de 15 anos do seu encerramento: é o spin-off That ’90s Show. Inicialmente previsto para ter 10 episódios, essa nova produção foi anunciada pela Netflix. Ambientado em 1995, o spin-off será centrado em Leia Forman, filha adolescente do casal queridinho de That ‘70s Show Eric Forman (Topher Grace) e Donna Pincioti (Laura Prepon). Ela vai para Wisconsin no verão visitar seus avós Kitty (Deb
By Giulia Howard
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Road Trips to Pull You Out of Burnout | Her Campus

The leaves are starting to turn orange, the wind is picking up and temperatures are dropping in Columbia, Mo. With a little over one month left before Winter Break, now is the perfect time for a November road trip with your friends. These five road trips for five different budgets are going to leave you reinvigorated and ready to give your all in your classes on Monday. Are you wanting to get the city feel, but are tired of going to St. Louis or Kansas City, Mo., over and over again? St. Charle
By Mara Dumitru
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Why MizzouRec Should Have Women-Only Hours | Her Campus

The University of Missouri Recreational Center, lovingly referred to as The Rec, ranks amongst the top college gyms across several websites. It’s easy to see why. With The Jungle Gym, Tiger Grotto and several fitness training programs, there’s nothing students can’t find to aid them on their fitness journey. One other thing that The Rec has an abundance of? Testosterone. No matter the time of day, you can always find rooms packed with guys lifting and training. There is nothing wrong with that;
By Mara Dumitru
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Women are Being Systematically Ignored by the Healthcare System

When we think of the inequalities facing modern women, we tend to think of the gender wage gap, the ever-looming threat of gender-based violence, or limited access to safe and legal abortions worldwide. But we rarely consider the gender disparities in healthcare. From the gender bias in medical trials to the disbelief towards female pain and the subsequent disparities in women’s treatment, the dismissal of women and people AFAB in the medical field is a downplayed but glaringly critical issue.
By Lauren Hope Sanderson
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Sample Ou Plágio? Descubra As Diferenças Entre Essas Duas Formas De “Compor” Músicas | Her Campus

Recentemente, os internautas entraram em polvorosa com a notícia de que a diva britânica Adele estava sendo acusada de plágio por um compositor brasileiro. Essa polêmica internacional teve como protagonistas as canções “Million Years Ago”, uma das faixas do álbum “25”, lançado em 2015 pela cantora, e “Mulheres”, composição do mineiro Toninho Geraes popularizada na voz de Martinho da Vila. As muitas semelhanças melódicas entre o pop de Adele e o pagode dos anos 1990, causaram burburinho na intern
By Giulia Howard
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Why Do We Need to Decolonise English Curriculums, and is Bristol Doing Enough?

The past decade has seen a radical increase in efforts to decolonise a higher education system that, for so long, had become closely associated with a Eurocentric academia that valued Western texts and ideologies as intellectually superior. With Black History Month taking place in October, it’s the perfect time to consider the University of Bristol’s work to decolonise the English curriculum.
By Lauren Hope Sanderson
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Where Coffee And Artistry Collide: A Chat With Co-Founder of Creative Grounds DC | Her Campus

That first sip of a cup of coffee or tea can leave you hooked, but in the case of Creative Grounds DC, the drinks are only a part of the appeal. In addition to crafting the most quality drinks, this coffee shop places a large emphasis on art and community. Located in Northwest Washington, DC, Creative Grounds DC is a place where coffee and artistry collide. While drinking your matcha latte or eating your buttery croissant, you have the ability to gaze upon and become immersed in the amazing art
By Cory Utsey
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Influencer Apologies All Sound The Same For A Reason | Her Campus

Is it just me, or have influencer apologies on YouTube been on the rise as of late? Influencers like James Charles and Jeffree Star keep coming out and apologizing for their past wrongful actions or affiliations. Saturday Night Live even made a sketch mocking these videos because they’ve become so common. Now, I understand that people make mistakes – and that it’s important to take accountability for those mistakes. But if these influencers are actually being incere, then why do all influencer a
By Amber Johnson
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How I Learned To Feel Confident Shopping For Clothes As A Plus-Size Woman | Her Campus

The clothing store: A place where you can hear the constant scratching and screeching of the hangers on the racks, as customers try to figure out what works best for their bodies. “This is too big,” “This is too small,” “I hate how it gaps right here.” This used to be the place where I would pick myself apart, piece by piece. As a plus-size girl, it can be especially difficult to find clothes that fit your body shape. Shopping for plus-size clothing has always been the bane of my existence. I c
By Amber Johnson
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