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In an incredible act of civil rights activism, the National Panhellenic Conference has spoken up for one of the most underprivileged groups in America: the sorority women at the University of Virginia.
A faith-based relationship coach has decided that what the Bible needs is more hair extensions, and thus has created a DVD called The Real Housewives of the Bible as a way for modern women to connect with the lessons of their Biblical counterparts. In about 10 years this will be absolute hipster gold.
A study from the Guttmacher Institute confirms what many have long suspected: The vast majority of religious women are using contraception, even if some religious leaders — particularly Catholics — condemn the practice.
In the course of 20/20's exhaustive investigation last week into abuses and coverups within the Independent Fundamental Baptist Church (IFB), there is some penitence. Well, just a little. But not with Jack Schaap, who was shown excoriating women for being fat and not having any scriptural authority.
Mmm. Adultery to the tune of a three-way relationship with his wife and another male employee of his church. And it goes down nice and smooth.