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Brad Pitt Buys The Rights To Make A Movie About The Steubenville Rape Scandal, And The Victim Wants To Be Involved!

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Back in the Summer of 2012, a scandal out of Steubenville, Ohio caught the country's attention after a girl was repeatedly raped and abused by a group of high school football players at a house party.

The story was initially broken thanks to Anonymous hacker Deric Lotstutter, who was a crucial part of exposing inciminating photos and tweets of the players involved in the scandal and was later profiled in a Rolling Stone article titled Anonymous vs Steubenville.

Well Brad Pitt's production company Plan B is planning on making a film about the story, and apparently the Steubenville victim wants to

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Brad Pitt Killing Them Softly With His Hotness In These New Stills!

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MmmHmm!

This one looks tasty!!

Plan B Entertainment released new stills of their upcoming flick Killing Them Softly and our appetites are moistened, to say the very least.

The only thing we love more than a slick gangster flick is a yummy yummy (we wish he were) in our tummy bad boy like Brad Pitt!

Anyone who has seen Snatch can attest to the fact that Angelina Jolie's boy-toy knows how to play bad-ass!

Likewise, co-stars Tony Soprano James Gandolfini and Henry Hill Ray Liotta know a little something about the mob as well.

We're a trillion percent excited to see this one!!

[Images via Plan B Entertainment.]

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Mitt Romney Gets Campaign Backing From 'Abortive Pills' Magnate

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Well isn’t this inneresting!!!

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney hasn’t exactly earned the respect of women due to his insane anti birth control stance.

So we find it a bit ironic that

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Poor Plan B Policy Is Angering Students At New Jersey's Ramapo College

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And anyone else who thinks the emergency contraceptives should be readily available to anyone meeting the age requirements.

Plan B, otherwise known as "the morning-after pill", is causing controversy with female students at New Jersey's Ramapo College where it is more difficult than it needs to be for them to get their hands on it.

Female students not only have to make an appointment with Health Services to get the over-the-counter contraceptive, but they have to give unnecessary details about their sex lives and even sit through a lecture about safe sex as if 18 is no longer the legal age for adulthood.

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Obama Endorses Block On Morning After Pill Decision

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President Obama stood behind his health secretary deicision to block over the counter sales of the morning after pill to under 17 year olds.

The FDA presented claims that the Plan B One Step was safe and should be available to women over the counter.

While the president stated he was not involved in the decision, he did say he agreed with Secretary Kathleen Sebelius's philosohpy that younger teens shouldn't be able to buy the drug without supervision.

Obama states the following:

I will say this, as the father of two daughters: I think it is important for us to make sure that we apply some common sense to various rules when it comes to over-the-counter medicine.

The move by Obama suggests that the adminstration wanted to avoid conflict with the GOP.

Pollsters state that this move is less political than some may think. Pollster Geoff Garin states the move was a "damned if you do, damned if you don't."

This hurts Obama's appeal to women voters and support groups.

Teva, the manufacturer of Plan B, also faces a minor setback.

The goal was to make the pill available next to condoms and other contraceptives, alerting teen and young adult awareness.

What do U think? Is this a good move by the Obama administration?

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