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We all make mistakes.  But here are some mistakes NOT to make when it comes to talking to women.  And what they are likely thinking if you do!


1. ‘To Know Him Was to Hug Him': Billy Frank, Jr.

2. FARC Mistakenly Kidnap Colombian Girl, Rescued by Indigenous Guards

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AlejandraCantoni, a 10-year-old Afro-Colombian girl was mistakenly kidnapped in late may by FARC
rebel forces and rescued later in the day by Indigenous Guards and the Afro-Colombian community.

3. Temryss Lane’s World Cup: My Trip to ‘The Group of Death’

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Former professional and Team USA soccer player Temryss Lane (center) traveled to Sao Paulo, Brazil during
FIFA’s 2014 World Cup. Lane met four young Cup fans on her way to Natal, Brazil on June 14, 2014.

4. Native History: Privileged ‘Oregon Trail’ Author Arrives at Fort Laramie

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The route of Francis Parkman’s sojourns from Westport, Missouri up the Platte River to Fort Laramie
(in today’s Wyoming), the Pueblo (now Pueblo, Colorado), Bent’s Fort (near present-day La Junta, Colorado), and back.

5. Three Tribes Win Coveted Washington State Environmental Education

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Habitat restoration efforts such as removal of the Elwha Dam, shown here in process on October 8, 2011,
have helped bring back salmon spawning grounds.

6. Stolen women captured hearts O. Guerreiro Sioux leg.avi

7. Hidden America: Children of the Plains

8. ‘We Live to Survive': One Week with Lakota (Part 1)

9. ‘We Live to Survive': One Week with Lakota (Part 2)

10. Oglala Lakota Nation President VS Nebraska State Police June 17, 2013


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Saudi Arabia has suspended a program that notifies the male guardians of female relatives, who may only travel abroad with their permission, once the women leave the country, a newspaper reported Tuesday.

Since November 2012, Saudi women’s male guardians have been sent an SMS message informing them when women under their custody leave, even if they are traveling together.

The program, which was strongly criticized by women rights activists, “has been suspended due to some observations,” passports department spokesman Ahmad al-Laheedan was quoted by Arab News as saying.

“It will undergo amendment,” he said, indicating that the system that compounded constraints on women in the ultra-conservative kingdom, could return as optional. Men would only receive an SMS if they requested to be informed.

As it is, women must show immigration authorities a “yellow paper” signed by their father, brother, husband or even son in the case of divorce or widowhood confirming their permission to travel.

Activists welcomed the suspension of the SMS program.

“The notification process should have never been introduced in the first place because it is humiliating for women,” said Sabria Jawhar, a Saudi columnist and university professor of applied linguistics.

“We are responsible adults but are treated as immature or less responsible,” she told Arab News.

The kingdom enforces strict rules governing mixing between the sexes, while women are forced to wear a veil and a black cloak, or abaya, that covers them from head to toe except for their hands and faces.

Women also face the globally unique ban on driving, and those who have attempted in the past to defy the ban, have been punished.


10 Lies most men tell
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-08-29/man-woman/33500557_1_hair-loss-pink-slip-forgetfulness

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13 Common lies that women tell
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-09-07/man-woman/31005493_1_lies-great-fun-transition

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5 Things Single Women Never Want to Hear
By Lisette Mejia, POPSUGAR Love & Sex, July 18, 2013

Read more: http://magazine.foxnews.com/love/5-things-single-women-never-want-hear#ixzz2dZmgyX8N

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