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    THERE are endless types of body shapes and sizes out there. But it's no secret that people who weigh more don't always get treated the same as others. 3The TikTok user said she loves being fatCredit: tiktok/@juicetee 3She hit back at trolls who thought calling her fat was an insultCredit: tiktok/@juicetee One woman confessed that she loves her fuller figure, even if trolls don't. Sharing the clip on her TikTok account @juicetee, she reacted to a clip of a slim woman grabbing her flat stomach showing that there was no 'pudge'. In the video, the curvy stunner says: "What's wrong with a little bit of pudge, huh?" She shows off her stomach and asks the woman if she's "scared" of being bigger. The self-love queen defended her weight and said she doesn't see being fat as a problem or even an insult, just a fact. When one viewer commented on a different video complimenting the woman, adding that she isn't fat, the plus-sized woman insisted that she is fat, and it's ok. She said: "You don't need to lie to...
    A leading dating expert and matchmaker has revealed one sentence singles should stop saying if they want to find their perfect match.  Louanne Ward, from Perth, Western Australia, shared a video online explaining why both men and women alike should avoiding saying: 'I don't have any expectations'. She said this statement is 'a bit of a lie' and an 'orange flag' when dating.   'These little statements people make, and how they're perceived, could be different to what you actually mean,' she said in the video. Scroll down for video Louanne Ward, from Perth, Western Australia, (pictured) shared a video online explaining why singles should avoid telling others they have 'no expectations'  'These little statements people make, and how they're perceived, could be different to what you actually mean,' Ms Ward said in a video posted on Facebook  On Facebook, Ms Ward questioned if it's possible for someone to date without any expectations, and if there's a 'hidden meaning' that could be an 'orange flag'. 'These little lies aren't big red flags but they are certainly orange flags and can give you an...
    MANY years ago I released a top-selling workout video. It was in 2001, a year after my divorce, and I’d slimmed to a size 10 thanks to the heartbreak diet. I was frenziedly trying to create a new me, exercising like mad and hardly eating a thing. 5Vanessa at Breast Cancer Care fashion show in London in 2009Credit: Rex 5Vanessa at film screening in London in March this yearCredit: Getty It was just one of many times I’d lost a considerable amount of weight and I was always honest about how I did it. But these days most celebrities will claim that they don’t diet at all. It has become a dirty word, replaced with “healthy eating” instead, which really isn’t the same thing. Anyone who is really slim past a certain age almost certainly eats very little — but it’s become incredibly unfashionable to say so. There’s more dishonesty about dieting than ever before, with people who diet ferociously pretending they don’t and professing that their slender figures are all natural. MORE ON VANESSA FELTZHARD FACTS I’ve dated men...
    Kate McKinnon seems to have started something with her “Don’t Say Gay” appearance on SNL’s “Weekend Update.” Speaking about the cruel, recently passed Florida bill that would ban discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity from kindergarten through third grade, the comedian suggested Saturday that if kids can’t say the word “gay,” they “might as well sing it.” (Cue McKinnon chanting the word “gay” to the tune of the guitar riff that opens Deep Purple’s “Smoke on the Water.”) The bill passed the Senate on Tuesday, and Governor Ron DeSantis is widely expected to sign it into law. But celebrities are still fighting the good fight—by which I mean, many of them have chosen to tweet the word “gay” over and over again. As far as performative celebrity “activism” goes, the “gay gay gay” tweets are not on the same level as, say, the tone-deaf “Imagine” video that will forever haunt Gal Gadot. The tweets are clearly well intentioned and pretty innocuous. At the same time, however, it’s hard not to wonder what they’re really for. As much...
    Jason Momoa as lifeguard Jason Ioane in "Baywatch: Hawaii." Imgur Jason Momoa refuses to let his kids watch "Baywatch: Hawaii." Momoa played lifeguard Jason Ioane on the show in the late 1990s. "We don't say the B-word at home!" he said. "The B-word didn't happen." Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Jason Momoa has been in a wide range of projects over his career, and he's opening up about what his teenage kids are not allowed to watch. "They got to see a lot of stuff that Papa's been doing," Momoa said in a recent appearance on the Australian radio show "Fitzy and Wippa," referring to the two children he shares with wife Lisa Bonet: 14-year-old Lola and 12-year-old Nakoa-Wolf. "The earlier things in my career, you can't see that," he said. Yes, that includes the early days in his career when...
    India may have produced the world's most famous sex manual in the Kama Sutra, but the country is still inhibited when it comes to talking openly about sex, says an intimacy coach who lives there.  Sex therapist Pallavi Barnwal, who grew up in the country's east but now lives in Delhi, says she wants to break down the taboos around sex and intimacy for Indian families, and regularly hosts Q&As on her Instagram page covering everything from masturbation to sexless relationships and porn.   Barnwal, a divorced mother-of-one, uses her own experiences - including watching her parents' marriage crumble and her own disastrous first relationship - to help couples struggling with intimacy issues.  She says she only discovered self-pleasure in her early thirties and now wants to encourage other people to talk more freely about sex, saying it's still the 'elephant in the room' in many Indian households.   Scroll down for video  Divorced mother-of-one Pallavi Barnwal, who lives in Delhi, spent five years in a sexless marriage with ex husband - and had flings when the couple separated. She now helps...
    President Biden and his administration will not call the migrant influx at the United States-Mexico border a "crisis," possibly making an already complicated matter even worse. Biden aides have clashed with reporters regarding the lack of transparency about how many people have come to the border as an uptick in migrants traveling north coincides with a new administration that repeatedly blasts the last for the "cruelty" of its immigration policy. But the Biden team's dodging on the "crisis" label has only made congressional Republicans more vocally critical and the White House press more dogged in its pursuit of details about the situation. The daily jousting about the word "crisis" has drawn more attention to the border problem. In a White House briefing room that exudes more bonhomie than when former President Donald Trump was next door in the Oval Office, the most contentious issue that's emerged between White House press secretary Jen Psaki and reporters is immigration. BIDEN SETS BAR LOW FOR EASY COVID WINS So why the reticence to call the situation a "crisis" and instead use...
    How to budget if you overspent on the holidays Watch F1 Driver Robert Kubica Rocket Around the Nürburgring in a BMW M4 Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is the One Word You Should Never Say to Someone With Anxiety Language is complex, and what you say to one person may not come across the same to someone else. This is especially true if they are dealing with external factors, such as anxiety. When someone is spiraling with anxiety, what you say to them can either help them calm down or have the ability to send them further down a spiral. With that in mind, word choice becomes extremely important here. According to experts, the one word you should never say to someone with anxiety is "relax." "When telling someone to 'relax,' the intentions are often well-meaning, but it can be invalidating to the person who is suffering," says Lillian Rishty,...
    Two former NFL players, both Black men, spoke at the RNC on the same night a wildcat strike in the name of Black lives spread across the sports world. They were joined by a veteran of the civil rights movement, who touted his civil disobedience half a century ago to Republicans as protests continued in Kenosha over the police shooting of another Black man. The speeches were so dissonant with the current moment that they were practically dispatches from another dimension, one in which, sure, America may have had a long, hot summer of discontent many years ago but 2020 has been just fine. First up was former NFL safety and self-proclaimed former Democrat Jack Brewer, who once called Trump America’s “first Black president.” Brewer, who is facing federal charges for insider trading, denied that Trump ever called white supremacists in Charlottesville “very fine people” (he did), and reminded us for the umpteenth time that Republicans “freed the slaves.” Jack Brewers full remarks at the @GOPconvention#RNC2020 pic.twitter.com/6nDwo3SAf9 — Team Trump (Text VOTE to 88022) (@TeamTrump) August 27, 2020 Then...
    (CNN)There's one word that Rabbi Jeffrey Myers won't say.It's a four-letter word that led a gunman to commit the deadliest anti-Semitism attack in US history at Myers' place of worship, Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, where 11 Jews were killed on October 27, 2018.And it's a word that fuels bigotry today, Myers said, from racism to anti-Semitism. He calls it "the h word." Myers says he hasn't said the word "hate" since November 2018, when he was asked to speak at an event in Pittsburgh shortly after the shooting. "I was mulling over what I could say that has not yet been said," Myers recalls. "And that's when the divine inspiration came to me: This is all about language."Read MoreHatred, the rabbi says, is an obscenity. So he took a pledge to never say the word "hate" again and has invited others to do the same."We can't legislate it away," Myers says. "We have to be consciously willing to say: I am willing to change how I talk."Myers, who appears in Sunday's premiere of "United Shades of America," spoke...
    A student at Texas A&M University who claimed he found racist notes left on his car was accused by campus cops of leaving them there himself.  A&M senior Isaih Martin, 21, posted an image on Twitter of the notes he found on his car parked outside a campus apartment building in June saying 'all lives matter,' 'you don't belong here' and the n-word. The alleged discovery later prompted an investigation and $1,200 reward offered for information leading to the arrest of a suspect.  Campus cops, however, dropped the probe after they reviewed surveillance video and claim that Martin may have placed the notes on the vehicle himself.  Martin insists the investigators are wrong and says he did not place the notes on his own car.  A&M senior Isaih Martin, who is black, posted an image on Twitter of racist notes (pictured) he found on his car parked outside a campus apartment building in June saying 'all lives matter,' 'you don't belong here' and the n-word  Martin (pictured) after posting the image of the notes on social media prompted...
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