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7 Bikini Pic Poses That Will Get You A ‘U Up?’ Text

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… from your ex. K? Lets get started. ***Please note: by selfies I dont mean, like, actual pictures you can take yourself. Youll one hundred percent need a loyal friend and/or fellow shameless person to take these pictures. Obviously. On any given day Ill find Ariel Winter proving she has daddy issues posing half-nude on Instagram and captioning it with shit that is irrelevant to the fact that I can practically see her vaginal lips on my Instagram feed. Like, does Instagram not have rules …

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People calling Emma Watson a ‘hypocrite’ don’t seem to understand feminism

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Emma Watson at the premiere of "This Is The End" in June 2013.Image: Jason Kempin/Getty Images Emma Watson has been labeled a “hypocrite” after posing braless in a high fashion cover shoot for Vanity Fair. SEE ALSO: Gloria Steinem refuses to talk sh*t about Emma Watson, obviously It seems that, even in 2017, people are still confused about what it means to be a feminist. Vanity Fair’s feature examines Watson’s “metamorphosis from child star to leading …

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Even If You Hate Sports, You’ll Love This. Trust Me, You Have To See What They Did.

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… “proposed” to a fan who became Internet famous thanks to a video of her tearfully wishing she was 25-years-old so she could marry the Houston Texan. 15.) Former Georgetown standout and current Washington Wizards small forward Otto Porter bought lunch for a homeless D.C. man and talked Hoyas basketball with him while he ate his sandwich. 16.) MLB outfielder Jeff Francoeur made a couple of fans’ day by signing his hat and posing for a picture. …

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Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke are featured in a campaign to make lingerie comfortable.

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… not designed for them, the list goes on. Lonely Lingerie wants lingerie to be freeing and empowering, something that women wear as “a love letter to themselves” rather than a gift for a spectator to enjoy. It’s refreshing to see Dunham and Kirke wearing lingerie for themselves because they want to wear it, posing with cellulite and tattoos and belly rolls and looking totally casual and comfortable. Dunham and Kirke might be the highest-profile models in Lonely …

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Stunning Vintage Photos Exhibit 1920s Flappers And Their Cars

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… manufacturers thought would appeal to feminine sensibilities. Via Vintage Everyday But because electric cars were expensive to charge and maintain, gas-powered cars won out in the early 1900s. But women kept driving and pushing boundaries. Via Vintage Everyday Of course, some of them got a little cheeky, and this might be where the now-classic pinup girl and car combination got started. Via Vintage Everyday Other women, though, took a more practical route when posing …

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10 Easy, All-Natural Tips For Managing An Overactive Bladder

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… negatively affects their lives, cutting into their jobs, home life, and time with friends and family. The term is “overactive bladder,” and while accidentally peeing is kind of funny when you’re a newborn posing for a tender family photo shoot, it’s considerably less charming when you’re older. It’s embarrassing, and the worry about it potentially happening can ruin your whole day, too. Luckily, there are steps you can take if you think your bladder might be …

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If you’re not carrying your huge dog in a tote bag, what’s wrong with you?

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A big dog in a canvas tote might be just the thing we all need to see right now. It might not be the exact formula for world peace, but it’s a delightful reminder of how strange New York City can be sometimes. SEE ALSO: Fluffy little rescue dog posing with food is our ideal Instagram account @alexromano @ttayl0r @Gothamist lol totally done this with my dog on the subway. pic.twitter.com/sXfJEGBDDd Michiko Fuller (@michi_rei) July 20, 2016 What a furry, effortless life. Read …

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Silly Vintage Photos Capture The Lighter Side Of The Victorian Era

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When we think ofphotography from the 19th and early 20th centuries, most of us picture people posing stiffly, without a smile, and looking wholly dour and unreachable not at all like the living, moving people of today. But of course, they were. Even the stiffest and most humorless-looking person in those old photos was a real person with a life full of smiles and laughter just like anyone else’s. The Victorian period gets kind of a bad rep today thanks to its rigid morality and some …

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