TORONTO - Transgenderism has been prevalent in the headlines lately, with transgender characters on TV shows including "Orange is the New Black" and "Transparent," and speculation over Olympic legend Bruce Jenner's gender identity.Dr. Carys Massarella, a transgender Canadian physician who appears in the new CBC-TV documentary "Transforming Gender," says having...
NEW YORK, N.Y. - A unique federally funded study offers a detailed look at the lives of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth in New York City who cope with homelessness and poverty by engaging in what the researchers call "survival sex."In extensive interviews conducted over three years by the...
NORTH PALM BEACH, Fla. - Jack Nicklaus is now devoting time to the one glaring weakness in his incomparable career — ice cream.The Schwan Food Company in Minnesota is teaming up with the 18-time major champion to create Jack Nicklaus premium ice cream. It will be sold by the pint...
MILAN - Alessandro Michele strove for discontinuity in his Gucci debut, relaunching the brand with romantic flourishes against a hardened, urban background.Michele was an unknown to much of the fashion world when he was named as sole creative director to one of the world's best-known fashion brands last month. No...
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - When abused, homeless animals appear on TV and the melancholy melody starts playing, many of us reach for the remote.Those upsetting commercials inspired Michael Oosterom and his wife, Zachary Barton, to make short, funny films featuring a cat-costumed crusader who battles evil against animals. The Los...
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A Danish fashion magazine has been forced to apologize for featuring a very thin model in its pages. After social media condemned Cover magazine for using the model, the mag admitted on its Facebook page that it shouldn't have put the model in the issue. "Over...
Here's a cocktail in honour of St. Patrick's Day. But you're going to have to cut me some slack.Why? Because I know what you're expecting. Any cocktail for this holiday should include either Guinness beer or Irish whiskey, right? Logically, that makes sense. But my whiskey of choice is always...
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After being slammed by social media on Tuesday, Giuliana Rancic finally admitted she made a poor judgement call. On Tuesday, Feb. 24, the "Fashion Police" co-host issued a public apology to Zendaya on E! News. "I'd really like to address something that's weighing very heavy on my heart," she said. "I want to apologize for a comment that I made on last night's Fashion Police about Zendaya's hair." She continued: "Something I said last night did cross the line. I didn't intend to hurt anybody, but I've learned it's not my intent that matters, it's the result." Although she didn't specify what comment she was referring to, the remark occurred during the "Fashion Police" Oscars broadcast on Sunday, where she slammed Zendaya's dreadlocks, saying she "smells like patchouli oil … or maybe weed." The actress took to Twitter this week, condemning Giuliana's racist comments and defending her hair. pic.twitter.com/q0fOYrv3gc— Zendaya (@Zendaya) February 24, 2015 "There is a fine line between what is funny and disrespectful," she wrote. "Someone said something about my hair at the Oscars that left me in awe. Not because I was relishing in rave outfit reviews, but because I was hit with ignorant slurs and pure disrespect. To say that an 18-year-old young woman with locs must smell of patchouli oil or 'weed' is not only a large stereotype but outrageously offensive. I don't usually feel the need to respond to negative things but certain remarks cannot go unchecked." "Fashion Police" co-host Kelly Osbourne also joined the online chatter, ranting on Twitter about negative comments people were directing at her. Im giving everyone involved 24 hours to make it right or the world will hear how I really feel. contactually Im not allowed to speak!— Kelly Osbourne (@KellyOsbourne) February 24, 2015 I DID NOT MAKE THE WEED COMENT. I DO NOT CONDONE RACISM SO AS A RSULT OF THIS IM SEREIOULSY QUESTIONONIG STAYING ON THE SHOW!— Kelly Osbourne (@KellyOsbourne) February 24, 2015 Giuliana also took to Twitter to apologize for her remarks: Dear @Zendaya, I'm sorry I offended you and others. I was referring to a bohemian chic look. Had NOTHING to do with race and NEVER would!!!— Giuliana Rancic (@GiulianaRancic) February 24, 2015 She added in her public apology: "This really has been a learning experience for me, I've learned a lot today. And this incident has taught me to be a lot more aware of cliches and stereotypes, how much damage they can do. And that I am responsible, as we all are, to not perpetuate them further." Follow Huffington Post Canada Style on Pinterest, Facebook and
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We're days away from descending upon the Underwood-run White House in "House of Cards" Season 3, where Claire and Frank will undoubtedly deliver a whole world of hurt to everyone they've ever met (and also us). So of course, it's time to bask in the glory of Claire Underwood's wardrobe....
TORONTO - Three in four Canadian adults said they were bullied while in school, according to a new survey, while nearly half of the parents polled said their kids have been bullied at some point.The Angus Reid Institute online poll of more than 1,500 adults sought to measure their experiences...