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Why do girls have a tougher time connecting with the Bible?

Generally, although this is not true for all, girls tend to be more feelings-driven than logic-driven. Girls tend to cry more, fight more, and express love more because they simply  754 more words

Girls Ministry

How far will 10,000 yen get you in Harajuku’s fashion world with the aid of two teenage experts?

Our reporter’s fashion quest continues as he ventures into the ultra-hip jungle of Tokyo’s Harajuku with a mere 10,000 yen (US$85), this time enlisting the help of two high school girls who know the terrain like the back of their hands. 1,031 more words

Japan

Safety first...

I was struck last week by the stories proliferating about the culture of safety dominating US university campuses. Courses and curricula are being risk assessed by students to check that there is nothing in them that might make them feel ‘unsafe’. 274 more words

Michaelmas Term

Good morning, senpai! Company offering wakeup calls from real Japanese schoolgirls

Everyone has their morning routine. For some, it’s a cup of strong coffee. For others, a morning workout. And apparently for still others, a… 342 more words

Japan

This high school girl is incredibly popular online, but can you guess what her secret is?【Photos】

We’ve seen a lot of Japanese high school girls who have become popular online for various reasons, from being funny to being silly to be pretty.  356 more words

Japan

10 stories of Japanese high school girls and their puzzling, laughable behaviors

High school girls. In all seriousness, are they aliens??

Japanese Twitter users delight in sharing the perplexing, nonsensical, contradictory, or downright outrageous behaviors that they observe high school girls engaging in around the country. 945 more words

Japan

Swedish Teens Were Denied A Menstruation-Themed Photo In Their High School Yearbook

Här sitter vi redo för skolfoto men fotografen vägrar ta bilden och lärare skickar hit rektorn. Ping @glasklart pic.twitter.com/YeLdMCMGBe

— ♀ida♀ (@idapttersson) September 21, 2015…

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