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    GROWING up with big boobs can subject you to unnecessary criticism, objectification, and sexualization. TikToker Gabrielle Marcellus is attempting to change the stigma surrounding women with larger chests by encouraging women to stop feeling ashamed. 3Gabrielle Marcellus is done being ashamed of having big boobsCredit: TikTok 3Growing up, she constantly felt ashamed of her bodyCredit: TikTok Every curve, every element, and every feature of a woman's body is representative of their natural self. Yet women are often made to feel embarrassed, out of place, or fearful of expressing confidence in their bodies. Body activist and TikTok creator Gabrielle has had enough. In her recent video, she opens up about what it has been like to have big boobs and how her feelings have shifted. READ MORE ON BIG BOOB TIPSHANG LOOSE I have big boobs - I was told I couldn’t wear bralettes but I got one that fitsTRENDY TIPS I have big boobs, how to dress with a big bust & certain purse you should avoid Growing up, Gabrielle felt forced to cover her...
    Jaelene Daniels refused to play for North Carolina Courage in the NWSL game against Washington Spirit on Friday due to her Christian faith because her team were wearing a Pride jersey. The Courage held its first ever Pride Night on Friday around the game but a spokesperson for the team told WRAL-TV in North Carolina that the 29-year-old Daniels had chosen not to participate. 'Jaelene will not be rostered tonight as she has made the decision to not wear our Pride jersey,' the spokesperson said. 'While we're disappointed with her choice, we respect her right to make that decision for herself.  'We're excited to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community with our fans, players and staff tonight and look forward to hosting our first ever Pride Festival before kickoff.' The match finished in a 3-3 draw. It's not the first time Daniels has refused to play in matches used to show solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community. In 2017, she refused a callup for the United States for a game where rainbow colors would have been on the shirt. Jaelene Daniels missed North...
    WOMEN who want to give off an appearance of elegance should know which clothes to avoid, according to one expert. She believes that there are certain clothing items that should be tossed out immediately if you want to be classy. 3An elegance coach named Sophie reveals three clothing items elegant women don't wear including hoodiesCredit: TikTok 3Sophie doesn't approve of puffer jackets on classy womenCredit: TikTok TikToker and elegance coach Sophie posted a video sharing a few pieces of fashion advice. With a red flag emoji to make her point clear, she says: “These clothes are not elegant!” First up, she advises against wearing hoodies and sweatshirts of any kind. She models a loose-fitting gray sweatshirt on video as an example of what not to wear. Read More About EleganceLUXE LOOKS I'm an elegance coach – how to dress chicer & a fabric that looks expensiveCLASSY LADY I’m an elegance coach – 5 ways to pretend to be rich without spending a dime Next, Sophie tells her viewers they should skip out on wearing puffer jackets. She shows her viewers...
    THERE are tons of ways petite women can give the illusion of longer legs and a longer torso. One woman posted a video filled with fashion advice for women who consider themselves to be on the shorter side. 3Chelsey Williams shares fashion advice with women who want to look taller 3The jeans you choose to wear can impact how tall you look TikToker and fashionista Chelsey Williams shared three outfit fixes for women who want to look taller. Her first piece of advice is not to wear mini dresses with boots that cover your ankles or legs. Boots paired with mini dresses will make your legs look shorter than they are. Instead, she suggests wearing a pair of heels with a mini dress. Read More About FashionELEGANT UPGRADE I’m a fashion expert - 5 items that are making you look cheap & tackyTHIGH OF RELIEF I’m a fashion pro - stop chafing with DIY shorts that don’t require sewing She says: “Do go for a low-two shoe to elongate legs.” Chelsey’s second piece of advice is not to wear shirts...
    BEING an elegant woman means being careful about your clothing choices, according to one expert. There are four major outfit choices you might want to skip out on if you want to be considered classy. 3An elegance coach revealed the outfit mistakes women are making in her opinionCredit: TikTok/@level_blue 3She doesn't think it's classy for women to wear neon colors like Blake LivelyCredit: Getty TikToker and elegance coach Level Blue posted a video describing four pieces of clothing women should stop wearing immediately. First, she advises against wearing shapeless dresses. In the example photo she provides, a woman is wearing a loose-fitting dress that doesn’t hug her curves. Since this style looks similar to a nightgown, it’s probably best not to wear it if you’re trying to portray elegance. Read More About EleganceCLASSY LADY I’m an elegance coach – 5 ways to pretend to be rich without spending a dimeDRESS UP I’m an elegance coach – 4 summer wardrobe staples every classy woman needs Next, Level Blue says wearing neon colors is an absolute no-go. The example photo she provides...
    Former Victoria's Secret models recalled being forced to wear provocative, yet child-like lingerie adorned with toys and balloons during an explosive new Hulu docu-series, which exposed much of the underwear company's dark past. Many of Victoria Secret's former employees, runway stars, and executives spoke out in the three-part show, entitled Victoria's Secret: Angels and Demons - which premiered on the streaming site on July 14 - with some admitting that they were left uncomfortable after they were put into youthful designs while modeling bras and underwear on the catwalk. Victoria's Secret - which was launched in 1977 by Roy and Gaye Raymond and later sold to Leslie Wexner in 1982 - expanded its operations by opening a lingerie and apparel line specifically targeted towards younger women, called PINK, in 2002.  While PINK is aimed at ladies aged 13 to 22, some women who previously modeled for the brand slammed the company for putting them in child-like items while walking on the runway. Former Victoria's Secret models recalled being forced to wear provocative, yet child-like lingerie adorned with toys and balloons during...
    A TEENAGE girl has gone viral after sharing a string of safety tips for women. Spencer Barbosa, 18, from Ontario, Canada, regularly shares advice on her TikTok page spanning various topics - but it's her female safety series which has garnered the most attention. 11Spencer Barbosa, 18, from Ontario, Canada, has racked up millions of views for her safety tips for womenCredit: spencer.barbosa/Tiktok While women should expect to remain safe and unbothered when out alone, the teen's tips can certainly help if trouble were to arise. In her first safety video shared in October, Spencer said it "breaks my heart even having to make this video," but insists it could "save women's lives." "Seeing as most of my followers are female, I need you to be safe, and I need you to know these things," she says. If you are going for a walk or run alone as many women do, and have every right to, Spencer advises making one simple change. 11The teen said to avoid wearing a ponytail while out running alone as it's easy for...
    I KNOW I am not the only woman who spent my teenage years rolling up my school skirt so it would be as short as I could get away with.  All my friends did the same thing. Just as my daughter and all her friends did. And, I am pretty sure, just about every other teenage schoolgirl, ever.  5Sammy Crook, the head teacher at Tiverton High School in Devon, who has decided girls are no longer allowed to wear skirts at allCredit: Getty Teenage girls like to push boundaries. They like to wear their skirts short. And, really, when it comes to misdemeanours, is there anything that wrong with it?  Well, some people seem to think so. Namely Sammy Crook, the head teacher at Tiverton High School in Devon, who has decided girls are no longer allowed to wear skirts at all. Her school will adopt a more “gender-neutral” uniform, which means everyone will wear trousers from September.  In a letter to parents, Ms Crook said: “We never take decisions like this lightly . . . by moving to ‘trousers only’ we have particularly...
    ONE woman with a big chest who was convinced she could never wear a strapless bra gave it one more shot with Skims. Patty Ortiz says she took a chance on Kim Kardashian's Skims line and showed off the results on TikTok. 3Patty Ortiz was convinced she could never wear a strapless bra because of her bigger chestCredit: TikTok / avanny2012 3She took a chance on Kim Kardashian's Skims line with the Skims Fits Everybody Bandeau Bra and showed off the results on TikTokCredit: SKIMS "I've never been able to wear a tube top without a bra," Patty admits in a recent video. "Or one of those weird strapless bras that never work for us. "I always have to cover my shoulders because I'm wearing a bra, and of course, it doesn't look good," she continues. But she decided to try again with the Skims Fits Everybody Bandeau Bra, $28, to test the claim that it really does fit everybody. Read more Skims storiesBATTLE OF THE BULGE I’m plus-sized & compared Skims to Spanx - there’s a clear winnerIS...
    Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. — A North Carolina charter school violated female students’ constitutional rights by requiring them to wear skirts, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. A majority of the full U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals found that the dress code at Charter Day School in Leland violated female students’ equal protection rights, siding with parents who had argued that their daughters were put at a disadvantage by the requirement. Public schools have long been banned from enacting such mandates, but the court’s majority concluded that public charter schools, since they receive public funds, are also “state actors” and are therefore subject to the Constitution’s equal protection clause. The court also ordered further hearings should be held by a lower federal court on claims that the policy violated the federal Title IX anti-discrimination law. Tuesday’s ruling came after an en banc hearing before a full 16 judges of the 4th Circuit. It overturns a previous decision by a three-judge panel of the same court that had found the public charter school wasn’t subject to the equal protection clause...
    EMMA HAYES is backing ‘serial winner’ Kadeisha Buchanan to impress for Chelsea after the Canada centre-back confirmed her Blues switch. The Lyon ace, who signed a three-year deal, has become the first player since John Terry to be given the club’s number 26 shirt. 3Kadeisha Buchanan's Chelsea move will see her join her Canada team-mate Jessie Fleming at the club 3Buchanan helped Lyon win a record eighth Champions League crown when they beat Barcelona 3-1 in last season;s finalCredit: Getty Buchanan’s move has been announced in a week which has seen the WSL champs add another classy defender from France’s top-flight to their squad. Her transfer comes two days after the club’s signing of France full-back Eve Perisset with both officially becoming Blues players in July. It sees the Canada ace, who made 130 appearances for Lyon, become the second player to join the club following American billionaire Todd Boehly’s takeover. And she hopes to help Chelsea achieve their goal of winning the Women’s Champions League for the first time in their history. Read More Sports StoriesREE-DICULOUS...
    GERMANY will wear the kit of their women's national team for the highly-anticipated clash with England on Tuesday evening. The kit, created by Adidas, was released a few months ago in preparation for the upcoming Women's Euro 2022. 1Germany will wear their women's national team kit for the remaining Nations League fixturesCredit: Getty But the German FA has now announced that the men's team will wear it for their remaining Nations League fixtures. The initiative has been put in place to promote the Women's Euros, which will take place from July 6 to July 31. Belgium and Spain will also take part to promote their respective national teams. Fans have taken to Twitter to react to the announcement, with one person saying: "Such a wonderful idea! Read More in FootballGermany vs England Three Lions look to bounce back in Munich against Hansi Flick's menFree bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our bookmaker partners "The Women’s game has developed massively in recent years and this summer’s Women’s Euros will hopefully be a culmination and celebration of...
    More On: kandi burruss ‘RHOA’ star Drew Sidora reveals past romance with ‘certain king of the NBA’ Kandi Burruss upset Andy Cohen asked daughter Riley about her father ‘RHOA’ recap: Drew stopped wearing wedding ring amid marital woes with Ralph Kenya Moore shades Marlo Hampton: ‘I’m an icon, she’s an ex-con’ Kandi Burruss is being slammed for not “respecting” her co-stars after pressuring them to try out vibrating underwear during a night out in New York City. During the latest episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Burruss suggested wearing the sexy underwear as they headed to see “Thoughts of a Colored Man” — a Broadway play that follows the lives of seven men living in Brooklyn. While some of her castmates were on board, others weren’t comfortable with it and declined to participate. “I still don’t understand why Kandi want the women wearing vibrating panties to a play about black mens trauma #RHOA,” a fan tweeted. “Kandi wanted the girls wearing her vibrating panties at her showcase? Yeah, it’s getting weird Kandi, we need to draw the...
    Female TV presenters in Afghanistan appeared on-air without face coverings, explicitly defying a recent Taliban order requiring them to conceal themselves in compliance with Islamic rule. Women on three different broadcast stations refused to cover their faces during their live programs on Saturday, prompting backlash from the Taliban government, which warned they were risking termination from their outlets. Media managers who did not enforce the rule are also at risk for penalties, Taliban officials said. “If they don't comply, we will talk to the managers and guardians of the presenters,” spokesman Mohammad Sadeq Akif Mohajir told Agence France-Presse. “Anyone who lives under a particular system and government has to obey the laws and orders of that system, so they must implement the order.” TALIBAN TO REQUIRE FEMALE TV PRESENTERS TO COVER FACES WHILE ON SCREEN The women refused to wear face coverings because they feared it was a step toward losing their right to work altogether, the broadcast companies said. “Our female colleagues are concerned that if they cover their faces, the next thing they...
    The Taliban has ordered women to wear the all-covering head-to-toe burka once again in one of the harshest restrictions imposed on women in Afghanistan since the religious fanatics returned to power. Afghanistan's supreme leader and Taliban chief Hibatullah Akhundzada issued the decree today at a function in Kabul. 'They should wear a chadori (head-to-toe burqa) as it is traditional and respectful,' it said. The news is likely to come as a crushing blow to many the 20 million women in the country that had enjoyed relative freedom and equality under the previous US-backed administration.  Women's rights in Afghanistan have been rolled back since the Taliban retook control of the country in September last year, initially promising to respect the fundamental rights of women. Taliban supreme leader Hibatullah Akhundzada taken in 2016. 'Women should wear a chadori (head-to-toe burqa) as it is traditional and respectful,' he said in a decree An Afghan burqa-clad woman walks with a child in Kabul. Women's rights in Afghanistan have been rolled back since the Taliban retook control of the country in September last year, initially promising to respect the...
    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan’s Taliban leadership ordered all Afghan women to wear the all-covering burqa in public, the ministry of vice and virtue said Saturday. The move evoked similar restrictions on women during the Taliban’s previous hard-line rule between 1996 and 2001. “We want our sisters to live with dignity and safety,” said Khalid Hanafi, acting minister for the Taliban’s vice and virtue ministry. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan’s Taliban leadership orders all Afghan women to wear the all-covering burqa in public. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Employees of the Taliban government must reportedly adhere to new uniform standards, including a ban on shaving their beards. These restrictions are enforced by patrolling members of Afghanistan's Ministry for the Propagation of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, which limited access to Taliban offices for those not properly dressed. The employees were instructed not to shave their beards and to wear long, loose tops, trousers, and a hat or turban, three sources told Reuters on Monday. RUSSIA ATTEMPTING TO 'BREAK THROUGH' DEFENSES NEAR KYIV The ministry reportedly told employees that they would not be allowed to enter the offices and eventually lose employment if they failed to adhere to the dress codes, according to Reuters. The new restrictions are the latest implemented by the Taliban as they continue to adapt their specific interpretation of Islamic law into application. The Taliban closed girls' schools on Wednesday hours after opening them due to what they claim to be problems with the uniforms. They also segregated access to amusement parks on Sunday, saying that men and women are...
    Three New Jersey women allegedly punished a 13-year-old girl by forcing her to wear an electric shock dog collar to discipline the child, beginning when she was nine years old, according to arrest warrants filed by the Camden County Prosecutor's Office. Kelly, 43; Rachel, 20, and Rebecca Mennig, 18, were arrested on March 1, and charged with child abuse for allegedly torturing the young teen by forcing her to wear the dog collar and zapping her when she was bad. They are also accused of starving the girl and forcing her to shoplift for the women.   According to an arrest affidavit release by the Camden County Prosecutor, the 13-year-old, whom they only identified with the initials 'I.D.,' said that Rachel Mennig first put the collar around her neck when she was nine years old and in the fourth grade. Prosecutors asked that the relationship between the women not be disclosed to protect the identity of the child.  The abuse was discovered when the girl fled to neighbor Karen Villec's house, The Daily Beast reported, and knocked on the door, begging for...
    (CNN)A burqa-wearing college student has become a symbol of resistance in India's Karnataka state, where religious tensions are rising over the right to wear religious clothing to school.Muskan Khan was attempting to hand in a college assignment in the city of Mandya when she was accosted by a group of Hindu men wearing saffron scarves -- the color of India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -- according to video posted to social media.The men heckle her as she makes her way across the school grounds, demanding she take off her face covering, but instead of complying, Khan shouts back "Allahu Akbar" as she punches her fist in the air. The confrontation illustrates the religious divide that's been widening in Karnataka since a group of girls began protesting outside their government-run school in January after they were denied entry in the classroom for wearing a hijab.The girls petitioned the state's top court to lift the ban, prompting rival protests from right-wing Hindu students.Read MoreOn Wednesday the court referred the petition to a larger panel of judges, but no date has been...
    A RESTUARANT in Leatherhead, Surrey, has sparked rage after revealing their "laughable" and "sexist" dress code. The Beluga Bar is opening on Friday, and will be serving Japanese food such as £45 Caviar and £16 Signature Cocktails like Lord of the Drinks. 3The Beluga Bar in Leatherhead, Surrey, has sparked outrage with its "sexist" dress codeCredit: beluga.bar 3Bodycon dresses are on the restaurant's approved list of clothing options for womenCredit: Getty But it's not the eatery's menu that hit headlines - but its dress code, which advised women to wear "sexy black ankle-strap heels with a form-fitting top" or "bodycon dresses" when attending the venue. "Dress code is smart casuals with jackets for men, no tracksuits, no t-shirt and women can wear skinny jeans with sexy black ankle-strap heels and with a form-fitting top," the restaurant writes in their terms and conditions. "Alternatively, there are many different types of dresses that would look good at a bar in the summer or winter, namely a midi or bodycon dresses." Responding to the dress code, locals hit back...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — On this National Wear Red Day, the American Heart Association hopes to raise awareness about the number one killer of women. CBS News Correspondent Danya Bacchus has the story of one woman who suffered a heart condition on the rise in females. READ MORE: Fights, Gunfire, And Frequent Police Calls At Kick-Off's Bar & Grill Fuel Markham Mayor's Call For Midnight Closing Time For All Bars ThereDr. Elaine Mamil spends her days caring for children with kidney disorders. After a work trip in 2013, she experienced chest pain and shortness of breath. “I actually had been seeing a cardiologist for a few months beforehand, because I was having some chest discomfort, and my evaluation was fine,” she said. She was diagnosed with “broken heart syndrome,” which causes weakness of the heart muscle, often triggered by emotional or physical stress. While considered temporary, up to 10% of patients will have another event within five years. “We lost one of our sons at the very end of 2009,” Kamil said. “I’m pretty sure I had another episode back then.”...
    MANY women can feel broody when they see other women who are pregnant or with newborns. One TikToker knows that feeling all too well but has left people stunned with how she copes with it. 3Sophie shared in a TikTok that she wears a silicone pregnancy belly to satisfy her baby feverCredit: @sophmosca/Tiktok 3The influencer added that she wears it once a month and showed it off to people on TikTokCredit: @sophmosca/Tiktok Sophie Mosca posted the video to TikTok just a day ago where it has already gone viral with over one million views. The 22-year-old woman believed to be from the US had people in stitches when she confessed to spending £150 on a synthetic pregnancy bump to satisfy her baby fever. While there isn't much scientific evidence to show why women and men experience baby fever, lots of people claim to get it when they see young children or others who are pregnant. In the video, Sophie puts on her synthetic belly and starts caressing it as if she really was pregnant with a wide grin on her...
    (CBS DETROIT) – The American Heart Association is encouraging women in Metro Detroit to reclaim their rhythm and celebrate heart health for National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 4. In addition to National Wear Red Day, during the month of February, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women campaign will help promote opportunities and resources for women to build healthy habits. READ MORE: ACLU Sues Michigan Over Latest Version Of Sex Offender RegistryAccording to the American Heart Association, “cardiovascular disease remains one of the greatest health threats for women.” READ MORE: Fire Destroys Houghton Lake Bowling Alley That Was 'Vital' To ResidentsThe Go Red For Women campaign is sponsored by CVS Health and is locally sponsored by Ascension Health of Michigan. Here are the ways the American Heart Association is encouraging people to take action in February: Wearing red on National Wear Red Day, Friday, Feb. 4, 2022, to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. The iconic Red Dress pin and other apparel are available at ShopHeart.org. You can also contact [email protected] Donating to support the lifesaving...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — We kick off Black History Month at CBS 2 Tuesday night with the story of three Chicago women who are trailblazers in the natural hair movement. As CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reported, the women took their journeys and turned them into big business – commanding a piece of the multibillion-dollar industry. READ MORE: Chicago Weather Alert: Winter Storm Warning Now In Effect With 6+ Inches Of Snow On The Way“Very few Black people knew what their hair texture looked like from a child,” said Kim Lewis, chief executive officer of CurlMix. “Many of us were relaxed from like, almost out of the womb.” “As a little girl growing up, I thought ‘pretty’ was having my hair straight,” said Dominque Deverreaux, co-owner of Natural Strandz. “That’s what they would show, like, you know, on TV.” However, the process to get to “pretty” – treating the hair with harsh chemicals known as perms or relaxers — can be a painful one for Black women – including Lewis. “I started to develop alopecia from relaxing my hair...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A movement among Black women to wear their natural, in curls, twists, braids and locks is fueling a multibillion-dollar hair care industry. Some of the Black entrepreneurs who produce the products the women use are right here in Chicago. Brands you’ll find at drug stores, and supermarkets around the city, country and world are mixed, bottled, and shipped from warehouses in the Fulton Market and other parts of the city. READ MORE: Woman Killed, Security Guard Wounded In Shootout Outside Liquor Store In Bronzeville Near Chicago Public Safety HeadquartersThe journey to go natural was a struggle for many Black women. They had to overcome decades of conforming to societal pressures to look a certain way. READ MORE: Man Charged With Hate Crimes For Vandalizing Two Synagogues, Two Jewish Schools In West Rogers Park“Very few Black people knew what their hair texture looked like from a child. Many of us were relaxed out of the womb,” said Kim Lewis, chief executive officer of CurlMix. I didn’t know what my natural hair looked like at 19 and 20. That...
    Three Long Island women are accused of beating up a security officer and a gate agent at JFK airport after they were banned from their flight for being drunk and failing to wear masks properly. On Wednesday, federal prosecutors charged Jordan Nixon, 21, Janessa Torres, 21, and Johara Zavala, 44, with allegedly beating up multiple workers after they were told they could not board a Delta Airlines flight to Puerto Rico last September. According to the indictment, the incident began when a gate worker noticed the Long Island women were 'visibly disoriented and possibly intoxicated' as they approached the boarding area for a 12:55 pm flight. One of the women also refused to properly wear her mask.  Prosecutors charged Jordan Nixon, 21, Janessa Torres, 21, and Johara Zavala, 44, for allegedly beating up multiple JFK employees after they were told they could not board a Delta Airlines flight to Puerto Rico last September The three Long Island women ganged up on the security officer and punched and kicked him as he lay on the floor, causing his upper lip to bleed RELATED...
    The time when corsets were worn as everyday wear may be long gone but women are still suffering for fashion, a study suggests. Researchers found that they are up to 12 times more likely than men to wear uncomfortable shoes. They are also significantly more willing to wear clothing that leaves welts on their skin, makes them lose focus, or even prevents them from taking a deep breath. The time when corsets were worn as everyday wear may be long gone but women are still suffering for fashion, a study suggests Women were also significantly more likely to wear items that distracted them, required ongoing monitoring and adjusting throughout the day.  Study author Renee Engeln, a professor of psychology at Northwestern University in the US, said: ‘I think there are trade-offs. At times, uncomfortable clothing could make a woman be perceived as more attractive, professional or powerful. ‘It can be helpful to be perceived this way in the workplace. But if your clothing limits your ability to move, breathe, or focus, that’s a high cost to pay just to be...
    Seven women have now filed lawsuits against Tesla over it's 'frat house' culture where sexual harassment was allegedly rife.  Six more female employees filed suits against the electric car manufacturer on Tuesday, after Jessica Barraza, 38, sued the tech company last month over its 'nightmarish conditions' for women at the factory in Fremont, California. The new lawsuits, filed today in Alameda County Superior Court, claim that female staff were constantly harassed, with male coworkers allegedly touching them inappropriately, ogling at their bodies or making  lewd comments.  They claimed the behavior got even worse after CEO Elon Musk posted childish or sexual tweets.  A 21-year-old new mom said she would go home in tears most nights and described the atmosphere at a 'living nightmare' . Many also claim that when they told their supervisors about the harassment, the supervisor either neglected to act upon it or transferred the women to another work station. Others said they were too afraid to report the harassment to Human Resources because their supervisors were part of the problem. 'Although Tesla publicly claims that it fosters a safe and respectful...
    An elegance coach has shared the ten party outfits sophisticated women would never wear to a party, including sequins and glitter gowns, thigh high splits and Christmas sweaters.  Anna Bey, who splits her time between London and Geneva, explained in her most recent YouTube clip why there are certain outfits women of class wouldn't be seen in, and how avoiding them will elevate your style.  Anna, who founded The School of Affluence, boasts 1.09million subscribers on YouTube, where she shows viewers how to live a 'feminine lifestyle' in the hopes of attracting an affluent partner. Anna Bey explained in her most recent YouTube clip why there are certain outfits women of class wouldn't be seen in, and how avoiding them will elevate your style 1. Don't wear revealing clothing at family gatherings Anna is adamant that it's more suitable to wear more - not less - this party season, particularly when you're around your grandparents and older family members.  'You don't want this awkward feeling in the room because you're so lightly dressed and showing so much skin a that...
    Women have been banned from appearing in Afghan TV dramas and female news readers told to wear 'Islamic hijabs' under repressive new Taliban laws. All TV dramas in which women have appeared are now banned from the screen, edicts handed down by Afghanistan's Ministry of Vice and Virtue this week said.  Female news readers - who are already compelled to wear headscarves - must now wear 'Islamic hijabs' the rules added, without specifying exactly what that means. It is just the latest repression of women's rights by the Taliban since the Islamists seized control of the country in August, and further undermines their claims to have reformed and become more moderate.  All TV dramas featuring women have been banned in Afghanistan while female news readers have been told to wear 'Islamic hijabs', despite already wearing headscarves (pictured) The laws were contained in a new rulebook issued by the Ministry of Vice and Virtue - which under the old Taliban regime was charged with enforcing its strict interpretation of Sharia - to ensure all media reinforces 'Islamic or Afghan values'. 'Those dramas...or programmes...
    A New York school teacher has filed a discrimination complaint after he was banned from wearing a 'Proud Zionist' t-shirt by his 'woke' Brooklyn school. Jeffrey Levy says that he was told his shirt with a Star of David was 'offensive', as was another with the pro-police slogan: 'Back the Blue.' The English teacher claims that Principal Neal Singh did not object to other political slogans worn by staff including 'Black Lives Matter' and 'Feminist' t-shirts. MS 51 Principal Singh ordered Levy to stop wearing the Zionist and Back the Blue shirts because students and staff had complained. 'Singh told me that my T-shirt with an Israeli flag on it and the words 'Proud Zionist' were "politically explosive,"' Levy says in his complaint, filed September 30, with the city Department of Education's Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity. Jeffrey Levy says that he was told his shirt with a Star of David saying 'Proud Zionist' was 'offensive', as was another with the pro-police slogan: 'Back the Blue' (stock images) Levy said that staff were allowed to wear shirts saying 'Feminist'...
    The International Handball Federation (IHF) will allow female athletes to wear shorts and tank tops instead of bikinis and sports bras after the sport's ruling body was accused of sexism. The Norwegian women's beach handball team were fined 1,500 euros (£1,300) in July for being 'improperly dressed' after the players wore shorts at the European championship. The penalty caused a furore, with the country's sports minister Abid Raja calling it 'completely ridiculous' and US pop singer Pink wading in with an offer to pay the team's fine. Now the IHF has ditched the reference to bikini bottoms in the rule book, with the new policy saying: 'Female athletes must wear short tight pants with a close fit' while they can also wear 'body fit tank tops.'    Prior to this women were expected to wear bikini bottoms 'with a close fit and cut on an upward angle toward the top of the leg' and sports bras. The Norwegian beach handball team were fined 1,500 euros (£1,300) in July for being 'improperly dressed' after the players wore shorts at the European championship Norwegian...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I have noticed that many female TV anchors and reporters wear skimpy outfits that would be more appropriate at the beach. Men always dress in proper outfits, while many women wear sleeveless tops that do not look professional. Why are women allowed to do this? GENTLE READER: “Allowed”? Miss Manners has also noticed the gender discrepancy in clothing styles among male and female newscasters. But she hardly thinks that working journalists are insisting upon wearing frivolous clothes on the job. You might consider the possibility that someone in the station or network hierarchy has decreed that female broadcasters should look flirty — like flight attendants, back when they were called stewardesses. Related Articles Miss Manners: I think my new girlfriend’s assertive style is rude. She thinks I’m crazy. Miss Manners: He grabbed my umbrella and I didn’t know what to do Miss Manners: Who’s my friend? I really don’t want to tell you. Miss Manners: Church leaders asked me things that are none of their business Miss...
    Some of the best views in Manhattan now come with a warning.  The Summit sky-high observation deck is urging visitors to wear pants after it was found the reflective mirrored floors at 1,200 feet in the air show everything under a woman's skirt or dress. The attraction opened Thursday with a recommended dress code for visitors to avoid having their undergarments reflected for others to see.  Summit's website warned guests to 'dress in a manner to avoid such exposure.' 'Guests who are concerned about unwanted exposure as a result of the mirrored floors and ceilings are responsible for dressing in a manner to avoid such exposure,' it said.  The immersive art experience became aware of its flawed design by peer groups who got to attend the attraction before its opening day.  Although some visitors of the Summit - located on top of the 1,400-foot One Vanderbilt skyscraper in Midtown, Manhattan - brushed off the dress code in favor of better pictures. The exhilarating new attraction the Summit in Manhattan's Midtown offers the best views of New York City, but guests...
    SHOCKING footage has emerged of ‘morality police’ in Iran using a dog catcher’s pole to haul a woman into a van for not wearing a headscarf. The video shows the woman lying on the pavement struggling with a man and a woman who are holding her by the arm and leg. 2The woman struggling as she's dragged with the pole 2The woman being finally bundled into the vanCredit: CEN The footage was was posted to Twitter by Iranian journalist and activist Masih earlier this month and has since been viewed 112,800 times. It shows another female officer inside the van using the dog catchers’ pole with the noose around the woman's ankle to drag her into the van as she continues to struggle. The brutal footage continues with the female officer grabbing the woman by her hair and her and as her and her colleague try to force her into the vehicle. Despite her managing to force herself out briefly, the woman is eventually bundled in and the door slammed shut. The Alinejad wrote above the video: "Police use a catch pole to...
    This is the moment a woman was violently arrested in Iran using what appears to be a dog-catching pole for failing to wear a headscarf.  Video of the arrest posted online last week shows the woman being dragged by her hair through the streets of Tehran while seemingly snared by the catch pole, before being bundled into a 'morality police' van. Masih Alinejad, a prominent Iranian women's rights campaigner who uploaded the footage, said the woman was arrested for failing to wear a head covering - mandatory for women in the Islamic Republic. She dismissed Tehran police deputy chief Colonel Morad Moradi who said the woman had actually been arrested for being 'insulting and aggressive', saying police often 'make up other charges' for women who breach morality laws.  Iranian police in Tehran were filmed violently arresting a woman using what appears to be a dog-catching pole (circled above) 'Unveiled women [are accused] of prostitution or creating moral corruption,' she said. '[Police] are worried about how these videos causing negative reactions.' The footage, taken at an unknown location in Tehran, shows the...
    A WOMAN has shocked the internet after she uploaded a video sharing her tips on how to keep a man happy. Posting to TikTok under the username girlygirluk, the woman shared her controversial advice, which people have slammed for being outdated. 2A woman has shared her controversial dating advice onlineCredit: @girlygirluk/Tiktok "A man isn't really hard to please," she said in the video, which has thousands of views. "Feed him, kiss him, wear dresses, get flirty, be his best friend, make home a paradise, shower compliments." Responding to a comment on her video, she said the reason women should wear dresses is because "men like them more". FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She recently uploaded the video again, adding that it's "not so hard" to do in the caption. Viewers have flooded the comment section, unhappy with the advice she is giving her followers. Many people have said she is living in the wrong decade, with one person saying she is "living in 1940". Most read in FabulousROASTED! Meghan HUMILIATED at Emmys as host...
    Afghan women staged a rare protest on Thursday in order to be able to keep their rights under Taliban rule. 50 Afghan women gathered in Afghanistan’s streets of western Herat, peacefully protesting so that their daughters could still go to school. The women said that they were willing to accept the burqa if their daughters could still go to get an education, stating, “It is our right to have education, work, and security.” Before the US originally pushed the Taliban out of Afghanistan. women were mostly not allowed to attend school or leave home without a male companion. They were also forced to wear burqas and street protests would have never been permitted. One of the protesting women said, “We are here to ask for our rights.” While another said, “We are even ready to wear burqas if they tell us, but we want the women to go to school and work.” Though the Taliban has talked of its intentions of being more inclusive of women, people have many doubts about the sincerity of this promise and whether...
    The Navy has adopted new grooming and accessory policies for male and female sailors, giving them more leniency to dress as they want. The new policies, many of which go into effect immediately, were announced on Tuesday by Mark D. Faram, chief of naval personnel public affairs. REPUBLICANS CONTINUE TO HAMMER BIDEN OVER AFGHANISTAN EVACUATION SHORTCOMINGS “Navy uniform policy updates are the result of Fleet feedback, uniform working group discussions, command sponsored requests and direction from Navy leadership,” wrote Vice Adm. John B. Nowell Jr., chief of naval personnel, in the announcement . “Navy uniform policy updates directly support Sailor 2025 objectives to attract and retain the very best Sailors by finding greater flexibility in our policies and practices, including uniforms.” Men are now allowed to be bald, have a flat top or fade, or have a high and tight cut, though sideburns restrictions remain stringent. If a male sailor has sideburns, that hair must not exceed the length of hair “where it intersects with the haircut,” while the requirement regarding sideburns length “remains unchanged.” Female sailors are now...
    Norway team line up during 2018 Women's Beach Handball World Cup final. Photo by Ilnar Tukhbatov/Epsilon/Getty Images The Norwegian women's beach-handball team was fined for choosing to wear shorts instead of bikini bottoms at a tournament last month. The punishment sparked an international outcry and other teams from around the world have pressured the sport's governing body to change the rules. The International Handball Federation is now hinting at a potential rules change, according to a report in The New York Times. 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. When a Norwegian women's beach-handball team was fined at last month's European championship for choosing to wear shorts instead of bikini bottoms, international outrage ensued. The sport's governing body is now hinting it'll change its rules about what female athletes are allowed to wear, according to a report in The New York Times. Hassan...
    In this image released on May 23, Pink poses backstage for the 2021 Billboard Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Pink is not only using her voice to help advocate for other women—she's offering to pay the fines of a Norway women's beach handball team after they opted to wear shorts instead of bikini bottoms during their match at the European Beach Handball Championship. “I’m VERY proud of the Norwegian female beach handball team FOR PROTESTING THE VERY SEXIST RULES ABOUT THEIR ‘uniform,’” the musician tweeted on Saturday. “The European handball federation SHOULD BE FINED FOR SEXISM. Good on ya, ladies. I’ll be happy to pay your fines for you. Keep it up.” The Disciplinary Committee of the European Handball Federation (EHF) fined the team $1,768, or €150 per player, last Monday for "improper clothing," CBS News reported. The bikini requirement hasn't applied to beach volleyball players since 2012, according to International Handball Federation rules CBS News obtained. While male athletes wear shorts, the rules maintain that "female athletes must wear bikini bottoms" that have "a close...
    OLYMPIC legend Jessica Ennis-Hill says athletes should be able to wear what they want as she admitted she lived in fear of a wardrobe malfunction. This week, Germany’s Olympic women's gymnastic team announced they would be wearing full-body suits in protest against 'sexualisation' in the sport. 3London 2012 legend Jessica Ennis-Hill says athletes should be able to wear what they wantCredit: Times Newspapers Ltd 3NINTCHDBPICT000004793083-1Credit: PA:Press Association The suits - which were in fact worn in their gymnastic qualifications on Sunday - cover the legs to the ankle. That was after Norway’s women’s handball team were fined £1,300 for refusing to wear bikini bottoms. CLOTHING CONTROVERSY The Scandinavians were charged with wearing ‘improper clothing’ as they instead wore shorts during the European Beach Handball Championships in Bulgaria. Norway’s handball federation stood by its athletes, saying: “We are very proud of these girls who raised their voices and announced that enough is enough! “Together we will continue to fight to change the rules for clothing, so that players can play in the clothes they are comfortable with." The fine came a...
    More than a century after the first women competed in the Olympics, sexism and sport continue to walk hand in hand, to the detriment of all. It begs the question of when men will stop trying to dictate to women what they should wear in athletic competitions. For decades, men demanded that women cover up their bodies on the notion that they would be a distraction to the male athletes. Today’s policing of female athletes’ bodies has gone to the opposite extreme, encouraging them to wear skimpy, revealing clothing, presumably to attract more male viewers. Never mind that rules requiring women wear revealing clothing may discourage young girls from wanting to participate and build the sport. On Monday, Norway’s women’s beach handball team was fined by the European Handball Federation because players wore shorts instead of the required bikini bottoms during a competition in Bulgaria. The International Handball Federation rules stipulate that female athletes must wear bikini bottoms “with a close fit and cut on an upward angle toward the top of the leg.” Each player was fined the equivalent...
    More On: 2020 olympics The ‘shocking’ moment teammate found out she was replacing Simone Biles That bites! Why Olympians shouldn’t chomp their medals Meet the US Olympian tasked with replacing Simone Biles Iranian defector wins judo silver medal, dedicates win to Israel TOKYO, July 28 – Female athletes have fought long and hard for the right to choose what they wear when they compete at the Olympics and at the Tokyo Games more and more athletes and fans are speaking out and taking action. Of the more than 30 women who played badminton on Wednesday, including India’s PV Sindhu and Taiwan’s Tai Tzu Ying, about two-thirds wore shorts, while others were clad in skorts, dresses and skirts and one wore a hijab. “I’m lucky that we can wear whatever we want,” said Sindhu, the Rio Olympics women’s singles silver medalist who wore one of her blue dresses when she defeated Hong Kong’s Cheung Ngan Yi 21-9, 21-16. Iran’s Soraya Aghaei Hajiagha, along with her coach, wore a dress, leggings and a hijab in her match with China’s He Bing Jiao. Skirts and skorts – loose-fitting shorts that look like skirts from the front – were also a popular choice...
    Pink has offered to cover the fines levied against the Norwegian women’s beach handball team after the squad elected to wear biking shorts in lieu of bikini bottoms during the Euro 2021 tournament. The pop star, 41, slammed the European Handball Association and its "sexist rules" on social media after they issued the team a disciplinary fine of 1,500 euros – roughly $1,700 – for "improper clothing" as the women traded their high-cut bikini bottoms for thigh-length elastic shorts during their bronze medal match against Spain in protest to the rule. "I’m VERY proud of the Norwegian female beach handball team FOR PROTESTING THE VERY SEXIST RULES ABOUT THEIR 'uniform,'" Pink write on Twitter. "The European handball federation SHOULD BE FINED FOR SEXISM. Good on ya, ladies. I’ll be happy to pay your fines for you. Keep it up." PINK SLAMS 'ALL LIVES MATTER' CRITICS IN THE COMMENTS OF HER PROTEST PHOTO: 'EDUCATE YOURSELF' It took no time for tennis legend Billie Jean King to usher in her own support of the Norwegian team and denounced the double standard as...
    (CNN)Singer-songwriter Pink has offered to pay fines handed out to the Norwegian women's beach handball team after they refused to wear bikini bottoms while competing. Last week, the European Handball Federation (EHF) fined the team a total of €1,500 (around $1,765), asserting that the women competed in "improper clothing"by wearing shorts like their male counterparts during the 2021 European Beach Handball Championships. On Sunday, Pink took to Twitter to lend her support to the team, saying the EHF should be fined "for sexism." Vi er kjempestolte over disse jentene som under EM hevet stemmen og ga beskjed om at NOK ER NOK! Vi i NHF står bak dere og støtter dere. Sammen skal vi fortsette å kjempe for å endre regelverket for bekledning, slik at spillerne får spille i det tøyet de er komfortable med! pic.twitter.com/MmfiMtVz2Q— Norges Håndballforbund (@NORhandball) July 20, 2021 The Grammy Award-winner told her 31.6 million followers: "I'm very proud of the Norwegian female beach handball team for protesting sexist rules about their 'uniform'." She continued: "The European handball federation SHOULD BE FINED FOR SEXISM. Good...
    The official Olympic broadcaster has vowed not to sexualise female athletes by focusing on their bodies following an outcry over women's uniforms. It comes after the Norwegian beach handball team were fined 1,500 euros ($1,764) for wearing shorts, rather than bikini bottoms, at a European championship match in Bulgaria. The Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) said it will adopt a more gender-neutral approach to filming than may have been the case in the past, its CEO said on Monday.  The broadcaster produces the visual feed distributed to all broadcasters around the world. CEO Yiannis Exarchos said the focus in Tokyo, with the Games having started on Friday, was only on the athletes' sporting performances.  The official Olympic broadcaster has vowed not to sexualise female athletes by focusing on their bodies following an outcry over women's uniforms sparked by the Norwegian beach handball's decision to wear shorts, instead of bikini bottoms  The Norwegian team team (pictured playing in Zagreb in 2017) were fined 1,500 euros ($1,764) for wearing shorts, rather than bikini bottoms, at a European championship match in Bulgaria On Sunday, the...
    US pop star Pink came to the defence of the Norwegian women's beach handball team after they were fined by the European Handball Federation. Pink accused the organisation of being sexist after sanctioning the team for not wearing bikini bottoms. 3Pink offered financial support to the team while branding the European Handball Federation sexist View this post on Instagram A post shared by Beachhåndballjentene???????? (@norwaybeachhandballwomen) Instead, the team wore the same shorts as their male counterparts during the European Beach Handball Championships in Bulgaria last week. And Pink could not believe the double-standard, tweeting her support for Norway women. She wrote: "I’m VERY proud of the Norwegian female beach handball team FOR PROTESTING THE VERY SEXIST RULES ABOUT THEIR “uniform”. "The European handball federation SHOULD BE FINED FOR SEXISM. Good on ya, ladies. I’ll be happy to pay your fines for you. Keep it up." Norway’s handball federation also stood by its athletes, saying: “We are very proud of these girls who raised their voices and announced that enough is enough! “Together we will continue to fight to change...
    P!nk performs onstage for the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, broadcast on May 23, 2021 at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for dcp Pink offered to pay the fine for Norway's Women's Beach Handball team, and said the European Handball Federation "should be fined for sexism."  Norway's Women's Beach Handball team was fined 1,500 euros for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms at a tournament.  The Norwegian Handball Association also voiced its support for the team, saying it will fight against the rules. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Singer Pink offered on Sunday to pay the Norwegian women's beach handball team's fine for not wearing bikini bottoms and instead showing up to a tournament in shorts.   In a tweet, Pink supported the team's protest against "sexist" guidelines, and wrote: "The European handball federation SHOULD BE FINED FOR SEXISM," adding: "I'll be happy to pay your fines for you. Keep it up."—P!nk (@Pink) July 25, 2021  The team turned up in shorts during its match against Spain for the bronze medal at the Euro...