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This Happened — July 22: Norway Terrorist Attacks

On this day in 2011, Anders Behring Breivik, a right-wing extremist from Norway, first detonated a car in Oslo before attacking the Norwegian Labour Party's youth camp on the island of Utøya.

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How many people were killed in the Norway terrorist attacks?

By the end of the day, a total of 77 people, mostly teenagers and young adults, were killed in the Utøya terrorist attack.

What was the motive behind the Norway attacks?

Anders Behring Breivik's motive for the attack was rooted in his extreme right-wing ideologies and his opposition to multiculturalism and immigration. He aimed to target the Norwegian Labour Party's youth camp on Utøya, which he perceived as promoting policies he disagreed with.

What were the measures taken in response to the attacks in Norway?

Following the attacks, Norway reviewed and strengthened its security measures to prevent similar incidents in the future. The incident prompted discussions on counterterrorism strategies, hate speech regulations, and the importance of early detection and intervention in extremist ideologies. The attack also led to increased emphasis on support for the victims and their families, as well as efforts to promote tolerance and solidarity within Norwegian society.

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How Parenthood Reinvented My Sex Life — Confessions Of A Swinging Mom

Between breastfeeding, playdates, postpartum fatigue, birthday fatigues and the countless other aspects of mother- and fatherhood, a Cuban couple tries to find new ways to explore something that is often lost in the middle of the parenting storm: sex.

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Parenting v. intimacy, a delicate balance

Silvana Heredia

HAVANA — It was Summer, 2015. Nine months later, our daughter would be born. It wasn't planned, but I was sure I wouldn't end my first pregnancy. I was 22 years old, had a degree, my dream job and my own house — something unthinkable at that age in Cuba — plus a three-year relationship, and the summer heat.

I remember those months as the most fun, crazy and experimental of my pre-motherhood life. It was the time of my first kiss with a girl, and our first threesome.

Every weekend, we went to the Cuban art factory and ended up at the CornerCafé until 7:00 a.m. That September morning, we were very drunk, and in that second-floor room of my house, it was unbearably hot. The sex was otherworldly. A few days later, the symptoms began.

She arrived when and how she wished. That's how rebellious she is.

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