‘Sex Power Money’: Sara Pascoe explores the ‘Heterosexual Conundrum’
22 September 2019 | 2:47 pm
'Sex Power Money': Sara Pascoe explores the 'Heterosexual Conundrum'
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The US announced that it will allow the first transfer of a Russian oligarch's confiscated funds to Ukraine. In the meantime, Germany says it has evidence of over 100 war crimes in Ukraine.
A Tokyo court upheld a ban on same-sex marriage. However, it also deemed the lack of a legal system for same-sex couples "unconstitutional" and a human rights violation.
A series of raids have resulted in the arrest of 25 alleged members of a trafficking ring that forced Chinese women into sex work in Europe.
The Church will offer blessings to same-sex marriages, but still will not officiate them. The decision was agreed on by elected bishops, clergy and lay people in London.
Whistleblowers risk a lot, sometimes their job or even their freedom. They may be celebrated as heroes or decried as traitors. In the corporate world, unmasking problems can often prove beneficial.
Online pornography and other sexually explicit content and activities are everywhere. Is that having an impact on our real-world sex lives? Does consuming a lot of porn make us worse lovers? A couples and sex therapist has the answers.
Germany took in more than 1.2 million refugees in 2022. Ahead of a policy summit in Berlin, DW looks at how this has impacted different towns in very different ways.
France's electricity company EDF has posted a record single-year loss of €17.9 billion. Major repairs to the country's nuclear plants, plus Russia's invasion of Ukraine combined to create the disastrous figures.
For Robert Douglas Fairhurst, it was being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, an unpredictable and still misunderstood illness. As a literature professor, stories played a key role in helping him make sense of the diagnosis. He recounts the journey in his book "Metamorphosis: A Life in Pieces". The author joined us for Perspective.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has also added South Africa and Nigeria to its "grey list," a move that can be devastating to a nation's economy.
Lt. Gen. Alfons Mais says the €100 billion committed by the government last year is insufficient. Meanwhile, an association representing soldiers says the Bundeswehr turnaround needs to speed up.
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