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15 Famous Men on Whether or Not They’re Feminists

A favorite red-carpet question, addressed to the other gender.

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The Enduring Appeal of a Skater Boi

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The Real Risks of Sex With Someone Who Has HIV

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Meet the Next Generation of Gucci’s ‘It’ Bag

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An homage in olive.

Teen Drew Barrymore Had No Time to Chase Boys

Christian Bale still wonders what happened.

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Never go to Louisiana.

Like a Good Friend, Amy Schumer Is Helping Amber Rose Work on Her Confidence

Two peas in a pod.

The British Standby Who’s Out to Conquer America

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Temporary Freckle Tattoos May Be Coming Soon

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