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    Men Can’t Handle Seeing A Naked Guy On The Cover Of “ESPN”‘s Magazine Because Masculinity Is Fragile

    June 28th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Julie Gerstein

    Apparently Elliott's fully nude athletic form on the cover of the sports mag was ~absolutely terrifying~ to some of the mag's Twitter followers, who jumped to all kinds of insane conclusions...

    Welp.

    Apparently Elliott’s fully nude athletic form on the cover of the sports mag was ~absolutely terrifying~ to some of the mag’s Twitter followers, who jumped to all kinds of insane conclusions…

    Twitter: @robrothschild69

    And became the living, breathing embodiment of fragile masculinity.

    And became the living, breathing embodiment of fragile masculinity.

    Twitter: @ewwitzclutchy

    But WHYYYYY? They asked.

    But WHYYYYY? They asked.

    Twitter: @Kilo_realtalk


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    56 Everyday Things We All Do That Are Actually Pretty Gross

    June 28th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    Human beings are weird, man.

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    1. Reusing dirty jeans for weeks without washing them.
    2. Wearing already-used workout clothes when you just ~don’t have time~ to do laundry.
    3. Using your phone while sitting on the toilet.
    4. And taking a phone call while you’re…still on the toilet.
    5. Not showering for multiple days in a row.
    6. Sitting with your hand down your pants…
    7. And nonchalantly stroking your pubes while you’re at it.
    8. Smelling your fingers after touching different body parts.
    9. Scraping gray gunk off your skin.
    10. Seeing how much of the gray gunk you can pile up under your fingernails.
    11. And then scraping out that gunk from underneath your nails and examining it.
    12. Wiping your armpits and then smelling your fingers to see if you’re in dire need of more deodorant.

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    13. Picking at and squeezing out pimples and blackheads.
    14. And playing with blackheads once you’ve successfully gotten them out.
    15. Wiping snot on the inside of your shirt, or on the sleeve.
    16. Sneezing without covering your mouth …read more

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    Black Women Are Bonding Over Scars On Their Knees And They’re Definitely Shook

    June 28th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Michael Blackmon

    At this Sunday's BET Awards, celebrities came out for one of the biggest nights in black entertainment. One celeb who dazzled on the red carpet was Logan Browning, star of Netflix's Dear White People.

    What is this sorcery?!

    At this Sunday’s BET Awards, celebrities came out for one of the biggest nights in black entertainment. One celeb who dazzled on the red carpet was Logan Browning, star of Netflix’s Dear White People.

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    33 Images Of Food Just Straight-Up Looking Like Vaginas

    June 28th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Crystal Ro

    This jar of peanut butter.

    Eat these. H/T /r/mildlyvagina

    This jar of peanut butter.

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    This prime tri-tip sandwich.

    This prime tri-tip sandwich.

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    This tub of butter.

    This tub of butter.

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    This yam.

    This yam.

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    Shit Stirrers: Meet The People Doing Poop Transplants The Government Doesn’t Want Them To

    June 28th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Nidhi Subbaraman

    One afternoon in October, a skinny 6-year-old boy in navy Crocs plodded into a nondescript Tampa clinic clutching a stuffed monkey. His mom followed him in with a big bag of toys.

    Like an estimated 70% of kids with autism, Luke was a picky eater who had been battling an achy tummy, a yeast infection, and chronic constipation for years. He had tried antibiotics, gluten- and sugar-free diets, and therapy. Nothing worked. So now his mom, Julie, was about to try a last-ditch procedure.

    Luke lay on his side on a cushioned exam table while his mom held his arms and kept him from squirming. A clinic technician plunged a syringe into a box next to the sink, pulled up a small volume of a brown, smoothie-like liquid — human feces — and pushed it into his colon through a catheter tube.

    Luke scrunched his legs together, and Julie soothed him: “Good job, buddy.”

    Five minutes later, Luke was off the table and back to his energetic self, playing with a Toby the Tram Engine, chewing on a rubber toy, squatting on the floor, and slinking out into the hallway when his mom’s back was turned.

    For Julie, this was a rare moment of …read more

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    Victoria Will Spend $4.6 Million To Rehabilitate Dads Who Commit Domestic Violence

    June 28th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Alice Workman

    The Victorian government will spend $4.6 million over the next four years to rehabilitate fathers who have committed domestic violence against their partners, children or other members of their family.

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    Early intervention program Caring Dads, which is still in its pilot phase, targets fathers with an alcohol or drug abuse problem who have committed, or are at risk of committing, domestic violence.

    High risk fathers are referred to the program through child protection services; alcohol, drug or mental health services; police or other community programs.

    Over 17 weeks, the men attend voluntary classes where they learn parenting skills, the impact of domestic violence on their children and the importance of a respectful relationship with the children’s mother.

    Domestic violence is on the rise in Victoria, with Crime Statistics Agency figures showing overall offences went up 1.6% in the year ending in March 2017. Over 77,000 incidents were reported to police over 12 months.

    The Caring Dads pilot program will be rolled out in three locations with a prevalence of domestic violence – Melbourne’s north-eastern suburbs, Melbourne’s west and Inner Gippsland.

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    Men: What’s It Like Having An Eating Disorder?

    June 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Anthony Rivas

    When it comes to eating disorders, there's one side of it that often goes unheard: that men deal with them, too.

    Let’s break the stereotype that only women deal with these problems.

    When it comes to eating disorders, there’s one side of it that often goes unheard: that men deal with them, too.

    According to the National Association Of Eating Disorders (NEDA), 20 million women and 10 million men in the US will be diagnosed with some kind of eating disorder in their life.

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    That includes anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and other specified feeding or eating disorders (collectively known as OSFED).

    That includes anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and other specified feeding or eating disorders (collectively known as OSFED).

    According to NEDA, OSFEDs are feeding or eating disorders that cause “significant distress or impairment,” but don’t fall neatly into the category of other eating disorders. A few examples of OSFED: purging (without binging), night eating syndrome, and bulimia and binging with less-frequent occurrences.

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    Maybe you’re dealing with one of these issues. Maybe you wish the conversation around eating disorders included the experiences of men.

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    This Is Why You Should Always Wear Sunscreen When Running Outside

    June 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Lara Parker

    This is Julie Nisbet, an avid runner and mother of two who currently lives in Shildon, County Durham, England.

    Warning: these blisters are pretty graphic, tbh.

    This is Julie Nisbet, an avid runner and mother of two who currently lives in Shildon, County Durham, England.

    Julie Nisbet / Via Twitter: @julienisbet

    That’s a lot of miles.

    She thought the SPF 30 would be sufficient, telling BuzzFeed that, “It was only 10 a.m., and the sun wasn’t too high in the sky, so at that point I still felt OK.” When she reached her next pitstop at 27 miles, Nisbet said she could feel the backs of her legs burning. But she just applied more sunscreen and continued on.

    However, 21 hours later, when she had finally completed the 69-mile trek, Nisbet said the burning sensation on the back of her legs was immense, and small blisters had begun to form.

    However, 21 hours later, when she had finally completed the 69-mile trek, Nisbet said the burning sensation on the back of her legs was immense, and small blisters had begun to form.

    After sleeping for a couple of hours, Nisbet said she went to an Urgent Care clinic where they bandaged her up and …read more

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    19 Books That Everyone With A Vagina Should Read

    June 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Hilary Mitchell

    Because we all need more cliterature in our lives.

    We hope you love the books we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page.

    The V Book – Dr. Elizabeth Stewart

    This top-selling 2002 book is still a vital medical guide to your “unmentionables”. It’s great to have around as a reference, but it’s so engaging and well-written you can also read it cover to cover. Buy it here for £2.83.

    What the reviews say: “This author, who happens to be a brilliant writer and funny with it, strips away the mystique and shows us how marvellous our ‘V’s are. That’s the vulva, vestibule and vagina. Read it, and celebrate and cherish your bits.”

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    Animal – Sara Pascoe

    In this book, UK comedian Sara Pascoe aims to deal with all of the things women have to contend with, e.g. “boobs and sex and infidelity and pubes and wombs.” Get the paperback here for £12, or click here for the audiobook.

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    What Are Your Best Hacks For Eating Lower-Carb?

    June 27th, 2017 by Our Webmaster

    By Shannon Rosenberg

    Carbohydrates are DELICIOUS.

    Because tbh, it’s hard to do without becoming murderous.

    Carbohydrates are DELICIOUS.

    No doubt about that, obviously.

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    So trying to limit them can be really rough when you’re first starting out.

    So trying to limit them can be really rough when you're first starting out.

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    That’s why we want to know your tips and tricks for making lower-carb eating a WHOLE LOT easier.

    That's why we want to know your tips and tricks for making lower-carb eating a WHOLE LOT easier.

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    Maybe you experimented with some delicious lower-carb recipes, and started making most of your own meals and snacks.

    Maybe you experimented with some delicious lower-carb recipes, and started making most of your own meals and snacks.

    Master Chef in the house.

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