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    For an ‘empowered, super-successful woman’ (her words), 2020 Ms Great Britain April Banbury can be rather daft when it comes to men. She’s met goodness knows how many online in the past few years, dated ‘more than 100’ of them and slept with ‘the ones I felt I might have a connection with potentially’. Then . . . ‘They just ghost me,’ she says with a look that’s part fury, part hurt on her very pretty face. ‘They’ll feed you all this information — “I’m looking for a serious committed relationship” and “I do want to settle down now” or “you’re everything I want in a partner” — all this and then, before you know it, you’re texting, “Did you forget to pay your phone bill? Because I haven’t heard from you.” April — height: 5 ft 5 in, bust size: 32E (‘my boobs are real. I developed really quickly. I’ve got stretch marks everywhere’), Ms GB mission: ‘to empower other women never to give up’ — turned 33 on Sunday. With that ‘super-successful’ career as a gown designer —...
    WOMEN are turned on by men who mumble as they see it as macho, according to research. But fellas are said to like refined tones in the opposite sex because it indicates femininity. 2Research shows women love to fumble with a man who mumbles...Credit: Getty 2Tom Hardy sparked a wave of complaints for mumbling in BBC Thriller Taboo British actor Tom Hardy sparked a wave of complaints from viewers for “incoherent mumbling” in 2017 BBC thriller Taboo. However a US team claims to have discovered women actually like men to speak slightly unintelligibly. Study leader Dr Daniel Stehr, from the University of California, said: “From a sexual selection standpoint, males with traits that are slightly more masculine than average are typically preferred. “In this context it would make males with less clear speech more attractive.” In the first analysis of its kind, 42 volunteers were recorded after being asked to perform various speech tasks. Their vocals were then ranked for attractiveness. Researchers found clear speech tones were deemed much more appealing in females than males. Most read in The US...
    Women find it more difficult to quit smoking than men, despite smoking fewer cigarettes, a new study reveals. Researchers in France studied more than 35,000 smokers, both men and women, who used smoking cessation services – such as nicotine replacement products, vaping and one-to-one therapy sessions.  The average number of cigarettes smoked daily was 23 for women and 27 for men – but 55 per cent of the men abstained from smoking compared with 52 per cent of the women. Interestingly, around 56 per cent of women had a severe nicotine dependence compared to 60 per cent of the men.   Women who used these services had higher rates of obesity, depression and anxiety compared to men and kicked the habit less often.   The health experts don't know why this was, although it's possible anxiety, depression and other risk factors that are more prevalent in women make quitting harder.   Women find it more difficult to quit smoking than men, despite smoking fewer cigarettes, the new study reveals (stock image) Lung cancer patients who quit smoking after diagnosis live about TWO YEARS...
    Single men assume women are only drawn to tall, dark and handsome dates - but according to these Australians, it's much more than good looks. Dating coach Louanne Ward, from Perth, has prompted a discussion in her Facebook group, She Said He Said, asking female members to list the traits they find most attractive in a potential partner.  'Ladies, could men be right in thinking getting a date is harder if they aren't measuring up in the looks and height department?' she wrote in a thread. 'If a man isn't tall, dark and handsome, what good is being funny, honesty, and chivalrous if you can't get on a date?'  And it seems a majority of women still find the old-fashioned chivalry as an attractive trait, followed by personality, a sense of humour and honesty. Single men assume women are only drawn to tall, dark and handsome dates - but according to these Australians, it's much more than good looks (stock image) Poll Which personality trait do you find most attractive in a man? Chivalry Sense of humour Good...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Some know him as a former Pittsburgh Steeler, while others consider him to be a really good listener. One who will stop you on the street, and ask how you’re doing. For years, Tunch Ilkin has made an impact on and off the field. His life changed last year when he was diagnosed with ALS. And while he makes it a priority to pray for others — this time, he’s the one getting the love and positive thoughts. RELATED: Jayson Tatum Is Still Feeling Some Lingering Effects Of COVID-19 Every Wednesday morning before the sun rises in Pittsburgh’s Mt. Washington neighborhood, a group of men meet, they chat, they walk and they pray. “Proverb 17. It says, a friend is a friend of all times, but a brother is born for adversity,” said Jon Kolb, friend of Tunch Ilkin. With the beautiful view of the city of Pittsburgh behind them, 6 men, linked tightly together in a circle have known one another for years, decades even. (Photo Credit: KDKA) Some were once stand out athletes and played...
    A WOMAN has revealed that her and her boyfriend are still going strong after 11 years - despite being escort who sleeps with other men for cash. Crystal met her 'dream guy' through a mutual friend, and despite being nervous to tell him what she did, she says he's not too bothered. 4Crystal works in the adult industry as a cam girl and an escortCredit: Mirrorpix The woman, known only as Crystal, works in the adult industry as a cam girl and an escort, with her boyfriend, who remains anonymous, telling Mirror Online that he was "a bit apprehensive at first" but is now "100% behind her". After realising it's "what made her happy" he learned to accept it saying he'll "always support her, no matter what" and that he thinks "her job is great". But just because he's ok with his girlfriend's line of work, he doesn't think friends and family will be quite so accepting. He insists that his girlfriend's job isn't anyone else's business but hers so he choses to keep it a...
    A bi-racial woman received national media attention for her story that she had been attacked by four white males who doused her with gasoline and lit her on fire, but law enforcement agencies say they could not find any evidence to support her claims. 18-year-old Althea Bernstein said that she was attacked by four white males while she was driving through a protest in Madison, Wisconsin, in June. She claimed that the men yelled a racial slur at her when she stopped at a red light, and someone sprayed lighter fluid on her before lighting her on fire. Bernstein's harrowing story made national headlines and many media figures championed her cause, including PBS White Correspondent Yamiche Alcindor. An 18-year-old black woman says white men yelling racial slurs set her on fire yesterday in Wisconsin. Althea Bern… https://t.co/mnFBn7ZZQn — Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche Alcindor)1593114179.0Berstein received a phone call from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of the British royal family over her reported ordeal. But on Friday, police said they were closing the case because...
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