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OnlyFans: 'I started selling sexy photos online after losing my job'

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The number of people signing up to sell adult content online has spiked during coronavirus.

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LAPD officer sues city over sexually harassment claims, alleges Mayor Garcetti didn't try to stop it

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A Los Angeles police officer who once served as part of Mayor Eric Garcetti's security detail claims one of his advisors sexually harassed him for several years in the presence of the mayor, who did nothing to stop it, according to a lawsuit. 

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Geraldo Rivera accuses judge who denied Ghislaine Maxwell bail of 'copping out to the mob'

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Fox News correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera accused the New York federal judge presiding over Ghislaine Maxwell's case of "copping out to the mob" Tuesday after she denied the British socialite's bail request as she awaits trial on sex trafficking charges.

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Ghislaine Maxwell pleads not guilty in federal court

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Ghislaine Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to federal charges accusing her of conspiring with Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse underage girls. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins CBSN with the latest developments in the case.

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Epstein associate denied bail on sex abuse charges

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Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell has been denied bail and will remain behind bars on charges she recruited girls and women for the financier to sexually abuse. (July 14)

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Ghislaine Maxwell a "sexual predator," accuser says in emotional court statement

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Annie Farmer addressed the court before a judge ordered Maxwell to remain in detention pending her trial next year on charges of helping Jeffrey Epstein abuse girls and young women.

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Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty in Jeffrey Epstein Sex Crimes Case

Added: 14.07.2020 20:59 | 19 views | 0 comments

Ghislaine MaxwellGhislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty after being charged with six counts for her alleged involvement in the Jeffrey Epstein sexual abuse case. The British socialite's arraignment,...

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Ghislaine Maxwell denied bail: Judge determines Epstein cohort is 'substantial flight risk' because of wealth, 'foreign connections'

Added: 14.07.2020 20:24 | 5 views | 0 comments

A New York judge on Tuesday denied Ghislaine Maxwell's bail request and push for home confinement as she awaits trial on sex trafficking charges. 

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Ghislaine Maxwell trial date set in Epstein sex trafficking case

Added: 14.07.2020 19:34 | 3 views | 0 comments

The British socialite denies grooming underage girls for the late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

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The Paris Orphan Discussion Questions

Added: 14.07.2020 19:34 | 1 views | 0 comments


  1. One of the author’s concerns when writing the book was that the extent and magnitude of the bias and discrimination shown towards female war correspondents was so great that readers might not believe it could really have happened. Were you shocked by the any of the sexist behaviour, rules or beliefs described in the incidents in the book? Which incidents surprised you the most? How do you think it might affect a woman to have to struggle against such ingrained bias in order to do her job?
    1. Had you heard of Lee Miller before you read the book? Have you been drawn to find out any more about Miller since reading it? What do you think of the author’s decision to create a character inspired by Miller rather than write a fictionalised account of Lee Miller’s life? Which approach do you think you might prefer as a reader?
      1. Victorine makes a difficult decision towards the end of the novel when she withholds information from both Jess and Dan. What did you think of her decision? What might you have done in her place? Is it possible to make the wrong decision for the right reasons? How important is it to consider a person’s motivations when assessing whether their decision was right or wrong?
        1. Both Jess and Dan make different decisions when it comes to Amelia’s ultimatum: Dan decides to marry Jess in spite of his battalion; Jess decides to leave Dan so that he has to marry Amelia. Who was the more heroic out of Jess and Dan over the course of the war, and in making that final decision? Which one of them made the “right” decision?
          1. For much of the novel, Jess collects information about soldiers sexually assaulting civilian women. She doesn’t report on this until after the war. Do you think it was cowardly of her to wait so long? What do you think might have happened had she tried to publish the article while the war was still continuing? Was she guilty of letting other women down, or did she have no choice?
            1. Back in London, Jess has the thought: "War makes us monsters or angels, but so too does love.” How difficult do you think it would be to fall in love during wartime, knowing that death was a very real possibility for one or both partners? Do you think this would change the kind of love a person might feel, make it tense perhaps because risk is everywhere, or less intense because the fear of death creates a fear of true intimacy? How can love make someone a monster and where does this happen in the book?
              1. The difficulties Jess and Dan and Amelia face during the war are very different to the difficulties D’Arcy and Josh have faced in their lives. Do you think people in contemporary times are guilty of creating problems where none exist? To what extent does living through a war change how a person views life? Are contemporary concerns less important than those people faced during the 1940s or are both sets of issues equally challenging and worthy of discussion?
                1. There are many women in the book who are based on real people including Martha Gellhorn, Lee Carson, Iris Carpenter, and Catherine Coyne. Had you heard of any of these women before reading the book? Which ones? Is it true that the stories of so many extraordinary women have been lost to history, and forgotten by those of us who come after? If so, why do you think that is? What other books have you read, or movies have you watched, that feature extraordinary women from history and what did you enjoy about them?

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