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Ah, the final days of summer. There’s so little time to jam pack the best parts of the season, like eating super fresh fruit and drinking in the great outdoors, into your schedule before fall rolls around. Thanks to these drink recipes, you can cut out the middleman and get straight to the point. Whether it be via a popsicle or a giant jello shot, let’s get watermelon wasted. 1. Watermelon Martinis Image via Food Network 2. Giant Watermelon Jello Shots Image via BuzzFeed Here's a recipe for itty bitty...
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Recently, armpit hair has become a widely discussed trend for women all around the world. Following the lead of Madonna and Miley, women are starting to question the whole concept of shaving their underarms.  A group of LA women posted a video yesterday called "Armpit Hair, Don't Care," which explained why growing out your armpit hair is lifestyle choice that’s definitely worth talking about. In the video, they share their own personal reasons for using their armpit hair to make a statement. The message of the...
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Modeling can be detrimental, mentally and physically, both to those who do it and those who it influences. Cara Delevingne has decided that the damage the industry put her through just isn’t worth it anymore and has officially quit. Cara developed psoriasis, a condition that causes rashes, because of the stress she was under. “It is a mental thing as well because if you hate yourself and your body and the way you look, it just gets worse and worse,” she told The Times. According to...
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Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry confronted another dose of online misogyny yesterday following the release of the band’s newest music video for “Leave A Trace.” Mayberry responded to the sexism coming from a thread on the website 4Chan. The thread included a whole bunch of seriously lewd comments about Mayberry and her latest music video performance. I sifted through the comments so you don’t have to, and here are some of the horrible things that were said: Mayberry and fellow band mates took to Twitter to address...
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“In this series you will see one woman, an average young professional, depicted in routine daily situations. The concept of male entitlement is represented by male arms and hands performing a variety of actions that are overwhelming intrusive on her body and her life,” says photographer Allaire Bartell on her photo series, “Boundaries.” In each shocking image, it’s evident that “oppression of women does not just occur in extreme isolated incidents (violent rape and physical abuse) but can also be felt in lesser forms during the...
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