Petition Calls for 'Maze Runner' Cast to Apologize to Native Americans
Anger after an actor implies artifacts were taken

More than 34,000 people are calling for the cast and crew from Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials to apologize to Native American tribal leaders after allegedly removing artifacts while filming on location.

The film was being shot in Albuquerque, N.M., on an ancient Pueblo burial ground. Fans have expressed outrage in a petition after actor Dylan O’Brien said that, while the cast was told not to, “everyone just takes stuff, obviously.”

One of O’Brien’s fans started the petition, telling the Santa Fe New Mexican she didn’t want to just excuse his behavior because he’s famous.

This Ridiculously Fluffy Dog Dressed Up as Taylor Swift at the Grammys

You can’t look at this without smiling

Samantha Grossman @sam_grossman   Feb.19, 2016

Who wore it better: a beautiful, world-famous pop star or an absurd-looking chow chow?

The correct answer might just be the chow chow.

On Monday, Taylor Swift appeared at the Grammys wearing a striking ensemble: an orange bandeau crop-top paired with a long fuchsia skirt with a dramatic, leg-baring slit. A few days later, a delightful one-year-old chow chow named Toby — known on Instagram as TobyPuff — sported a similar outfit. And he totally rocked it.

Tay-Tay looks pretty and all, but Toby clearly wore it better. Look at all that floof sticking out!

Taylor, if you’re out there, please put TobyPuff in your next music video.

Source: Time

An Athlete Makes the Case for Gender Not to Matter in Sports
Lauren Lubin doesn’t identify as a woman or a man—and says competitions shouldn’t care

“As discussions about gender and sports become more open, it’s important to note that the majority of this conversation—in the world of sports, by the public at large, and even by many in the LGBTQIA community—is almost exclusively hinged on a false binary: that you must fit into one of two categories, boy or girl.”