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As you recall, last week’s episode ended with a repentant DeMario returning to the mansion in the hope of restoring his standing in Rachel’s eyes. This week, Rachel decides to hear him out, partly out of curiosity but mostly because she is a merciful rose goddess. Outside the villa, Chris Harrison and all the suitors watch from afar as DeMario makes an almost-tearful speech about how his “entire life changed” when he met Rachel and she’s the “woman of his dreams.” Then he begs to...
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Over the past few years, we've brought you several lists of podcasts hosted, at least in part, by women, and podcasts with a feminist bent. Our latest installment features favs like Embedded, Who? Weekly, and Stuff Mom Never Told You. Check it out below, and catch previous podcast recommendation lists here: 1, 2, 3, 4. And don't forget to subscribe to BUST's own podcast, POPTARTS, and our recent profile of the women behind the podcast My Favorite Murder. Stuff Mom Never Told You Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin hosted...
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Eric Trump, Donald Trump’s slimy son, created a media shitstorm after calling his father’s critics “not even people” on Fox News’s Hannity last night. Regarding the President’s detractors, he declared, “I’ve never seen hatred like this. And to me, they’re not even people. It’s so, so sad. Morality is just gone. Morals have just flown out the window, and we deserve so much better than this as a country.” Eric Trump’s ability to dehumanize those that are different than him is a tactic that President Trump...
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In women’s magazines today, we often see lists of summer vacation “must haves.” These lists usually include such hot weather essentials as swimsuits, sunscreen, and a romance novel or two to read at the beach. But what about ladies in the Victorian era? By the end of the 19th century, beach holidays were certainly on the rise. However, our Victorian sisters met the heat without benefit of air conditioning, skimpy clothing, or sun protection. What did they have instead? In today’s article, we look at...
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Nothing ruins an active summer outing faster than chafing. But thanks to the fine folks at Sonsee (sonseewoman.com), full-figured gals have a potent new ally in the war against chub rub. Their Anti Chafing Shorts ($54.95 AU) are made from a miraculous new fabric blend that's super light, stretches in all directions, stays cool and dry, and doesn't bunch up or make you feel like you're being cut in half. Sonsee's High Back Bras ($49.95 AU) are also helpful if summer underwire-wear makes you rashy....
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