In the picture, the "Bad Boys for Life" actress is seen lying on top of an old-school television wearing a completely sheer one-piece with rhinestone detailing. She completed her look with black pumps, a bold red lip and kept her hair pulled back. … [Read more...] about Vanessa Hudgens adds to #ThirstyThursday social media trend with completely sheer outfit
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In the recent protests in Venezuela, the rightwing opposition has exploited social media to present an image of a progressive popular uprising against a regressive and authoritarian government. As Central European University professor Julia Buxton wrote, "Despite claims that social media 'democratises' the media, it is clear that in Venezuela it has had the opposite effect, exacerbating the trend towards disinformation and misrepresentation, with overseas media groups and bloggers reproducing – without verification – opposition claims and images of student injuries allegedly caused by police brutality and attacks by government supporters." … [Read more...] about Does social media really bring us closer to the reality of conflict?
Delhi-based Puneet Tyagi is a lawyer by profession but he is also a successful model and fashion influencer. So far, Puneet has worked with famous brands like Volvo, Honda Amaze, Flipkart and famous designers like Bharat & Reshma. He has done a number of TVCs for men’s lifestyle and fitness brands. … [Read more...] about Puneet Tyagi loves to create fashion trends for men
Is it any wonder our collective body image is so messed up?! Throughout history, the idea of the 'perfect' female body shape has changed as much as fashion trends we're seeing on the catwalks right now. Currently, we’re in the Kim Kardashian/Kylie Jenner era, where it's fashionable to have big boobs, a big bum (and big lips to match!) - but everything else needs to be small. This isn’t the first time we’ve coveted a certain celebrity’s body, though. Since before any of us were born, there have been body trends, usually sparked by the popularity of a woman in the public eye. And as that woman is replaced when another, the trends change, meaning that the physical qualities that we desire today are often at odds with those from previous generations. … [Read more...] about The weight loss trends through history & why I decided to photoshop my body to prove a point
While Gallup doesn’t offer partisan breakdowns on some of its related questions, they are pretty easy to infer. Ninety-two percent of Americans still have positive perceptions of “small business”; 86 percent feel positive toward “entrepreneurs” and 79 percent toward “free enterprise.” Even assuming near-universal approbation among Republicans, these numbers suggest that a significant majority of Democrats like these private-sector economic contributors, and aren’t about to expropriate their property or submit their use of resources to an all-powerful state. And as anyone who has paid serious attention to most democratic socialists knows, they aren’t talking about seizing the means of production or erecting a dictatorship of the proletariat anyway, but instead point to the sort of “mixed” system common in Europe, most famously in Scandinavia. … [Read more...] about Are Democratic Voters Abandoning Capitalism for Socialism?
"Even so, I am so ashamed and apologetic to fans who were greatly disappointed and hurt because of my wrong words and actions. I intend to humbly self-reflect on my mistake and leave the team. Once again, I bow my head down and sincerely apologize to fans and the members. I apologize," he added. … [Read more...] about #HelloHanbinIsFree Trends As K-pop Artist and Former iKon Member B.I. Tests Negative for Illegal Drug Use