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17-Nov-2020


Help! How Do I Talk to My Husband About the Creepy Thing He’s Doing on Instagram? 

 

Q. My husband’s “Likes”: We have close family friends with a beautiful and charming 19-year-old daughter. She is like a niece to us. My husband has made her uncomfortable twice by remarking, “Mmm! Look at Kelly!” when she’s entered a room dressed up for an outing or work. (The “Mmm!” being the sort of sound one makes in appreciation of a delicious-looking food, for example.) Her discomfort was clear—she turned red and exited the room both times.

He now is following her on Instagram and “likes” EVERY single post she puts up. (And she posts frequently!) I’ve spoken to him about not commenting on her appearance, especially with the loud, “Mmm!” noise. He seemed slightly mortified. Do I need to suggest he stop with all the Instagram attention? It seems kinda creepy to me, but perhaps I am seeing something that isn’t even an issue. I remember receiving unwanted attention from middle-aged men in my teen years, so I could be projecting here.

Help! How Do I Talk to My Husband About the Creepy Thing He’s Doing on Instagram?

Salt Life Co-Founder Reportedly Admits to Killing Teen Girlfriend

Tags: Advice, Awareness, Business, Choices, Crime, Daddy Squish, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Marriage, Men In Charge, Murder, Parenting, Priorities, Relationships, Respect, Responsibility, Safety, Sex, Threat, Youth

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09-Nov-2020


Mum's clever iPhone shower trick is dubbed 'x-rated' by hundreds of others online - so can you see why? 

 

A mum's innocent shower 'hack' has been dubbed 'x-rated' by parents after she shared her idea in a popular Facebook group.

'Have you questioned why they need to take their phones in the shower?' one person asked.'

'Easy way to take nudes, thanks mum,' another added.

Kelly was disgusted with the online 'backlash' she received and said: 'I didn't put this up for backlash and not all kids do that. Geez.'

She stuck the phone holders to the wall using Fix Nail Powder adhesive from Kmart.

Mum's clever iPhone shower trick is dubbed 'x-rated' by hundreds of others online - so can you see why?

Tags: Backlash, Children, Choices, Damage, Discovery, Environment, Exploration, Funny, Masturbation, Nature, Overreaction, Parenting, Porn, Tech

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02-Nov-2020


’90 Day Fiancé’: Jenny Slatten Calls Sumit’s Parents Liars 

 

90 Day Fiancé couple Sumit and Jenny Slatten have had a somewhat mystifying storyline. Sumit catfished Slatten from the getgo, but when Slatten discovered who he really was, she fell harder than ever before. Unfortunately, Sumit was already married and hiding it from Slatten. Additionally, Sumit’s parents were taken aback and horrified on the show when they discovered he was in love with Slatten. However, Slatten has come forward to claim this is all a farce, and that his parents knew they were together for years.

During an exclusive chat with Entertainment Tonight, Jenny Slatten opened up about her relationship with Sumit’s parents on 90 Day Fiancé. Slatten claims that they hammed it up and lied for the show and that they were aware of her and Sumit’s relationship for at least two years.

“Okay well, first of all, they were not completely honest about what they said,” revealed Slatten.

’90 Day Fiancé’: Jenny Slatten Calls Sumit’s Parents Liars

Tags: Celebrity, Environment, Fraud, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Parenting, Reality, Relationships, TV, TV Gay Swatch, World

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31-Oct-2020


My History With Pleasure I am proud to say that I learned how to masturbate from a book. 

 

Having a baby inside me just does not compute with pleasure. They are two different and disparate things. Yet, I don’t feel this cognitive dissonance regarding sex during pregnancy. Sex, after all, is what makes babies in the first place. It’s natural and beautiful and, during pregnancy, it’s the only time in my life I’ve ever been able to stomach the label “making love.”Actually, I still can’t. BARF. But I don’t extend the same sentimentality to when I’m gettin’ down to a Pornhub video called “Schoolgirl slut sucks cock to get an A.” I know that all the books say that the womb’s rhythmic contractions don’t traumatize the fetus and actually “lull them to sleep.” But I dunno, what if this creates a bad habit? What if, for the rest of her life, my future daughter can only be soothed to sleep by the sound of someone gagging on a dick screaming, “Oh baby yes yes yes I now love science claaaaaaaass!”

My History With Pleasure I am proud to say that I learned how to masturbate from a book.

Tags: Anatomy, Awareness, Books, Children, Choices, Funny, Parenting, Portrait, Woman's Rights

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31-Oct-2020


There's Now a Wearable "ShieldPod" For Kids When Social Distancing Isn't Enough 

 

Early on in the pandemic, parents joked about encasing their kids in bubble wrap, but seven months in, that seemingly over-the-top idea is now looking pretty practical. In fact, Under the Weather — a brand best known for the pop-up "WeatherPods" that can be seen on the sidelines of kids' outdoor soccer and baseball games during rainy days — is now introducing a child-size "ShieldPod" after it successfully launched a line of Safety Pods designed to help protect healthcare workers on the front lines from possible COVID-19 exposure earlier this summer.

The original ShieldPod generated so many requests from families that Under the Weather modified the design to accommodate anyone looking for, according to the site, "extra protection, added peace of mind, or social distancing solutions."

There's Now a Wearable

Tags: Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Etiquette, Fear, Health, Parenting, Perception, Product, Safety, Social Distancing, Survival

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20-Oct-2020


When Are Babies Scared Of Strangers? Experts Weigh In 
 

Some folks just can't help themselves. If they see a baby, it's like they must make faces at them, wave to them, or just say hi before they burst. (It's me. I'm some folks.) Sometimes this goes well. Other times the baby is terrified. But when are babies scared of strangers? I would like to know so I don't cause a meltdown by waving to a baby who is just minding their own business.

When Are Babies Scared Of Strangers? Experts Weigh In

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Etiquette, Family, Fear, Health, Men, Mental Health, Parenting, Safety, Training, Vulnerable

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20-Oct-2020


‘I Love Lucy’: Lucille Ball Said Her Mother Tied Her to a Dog Leash and Kept Her in the Backyard 

 

In her book, Love, Lucy, Ball said her childhood was “challenging.” However, the actor also says her experiences likely contributed to her success later in life.

“People with happy childhoods never overdo; they don’t strive or exert themselves,” wrote Ball. “They’re moderate, pleasant, well liked, and good citizens. Society needs them. But the tremendous drive and dedication necessary to succeed in any field—not only show business—often seems to be rooted in a disturbed childhood.”

Ball goes on to say that she wasn’t “unloved or unwanted,” but she did move a lot. She also says she endured “death and cruel circumstances,” which resulted in her being separated from loved ones.

“My young mother was five months pregnant when my father fell ill,” wrote Ball. “To keep me under control she tied me to a dog leash, which she then hitched to the clothesline in our backyard.

‘I Love Lucy’: Lucille Ball Said Her Mother

Tags: Bio, Book, Celebrity, Children, Environment, Family, History, Legend, Parenting, Struggles, Success, Women In Charge

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20-Oct-2020


'If We Had a Panic Button, We’d be Hitting it.' Women Are Exiting the Labor Force En Masse—And That's Bad For Everyone 

 

The United States is in the midst of a crushing economic recession, COVID-19 infection rates are spiking, and thousands of schools and childcare facilities have yet to reopen in-person classrooms. The group bearing the brunt of this torrent of bad news? Women.

Between August and September, 865,000 women dropped out of the labor force, according to a National Women’s Law Center analysis of the Bureau of Labor Statistics September jobs report. In the same time period, just 216,000 men exited the workforce. Meanwhile, one in four women are considering reducing work hours, moving to part-time roles, switching to less demanding jobs, taking leaves of absence from work, or stepping away from the workforce altogether, according to an annual Women in the Workplace study published in September by McKinsey & Co. and Lean In.

“If we had a panic button, we’d be hitting it,” says Rachel Thomas, the CEO of Lean In, a gender equity advocacy group co-founded by Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg. “We have never seen numbers like these.”

Women’s decisions to exit the labor force this year will likely impact their own professional and financial goals for the rest of their lives. It’s an imprecise comparison, but studies done on students who graduate into a recessions and are then either unemployed or forced to take jobs below their qualification levels lose out on earnings compared to students who finished college amid rosier economic circumstances. The losses amount to about 9% initially, and tend not to fully dissipate until about a decade after graduation day.

'If We Had a Panic Button, We’d be Hitting it.' Women Are Exiting the Labor Force En Masse—And That's Bad For Everyone

Tags: $, Cancelled, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Fear, Future, Parental Pride, Parenting, Survival, Woman's Rights, Women In Charge

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17-Oct-2020


90 Day Fiancé: Angela Deem and Michael Announce They're Now Proud Parents 

 

90 Day Fiancé’s newlyweds Angela and Michael have some happy news to share. Angela and her Nigerian husband Michael have been trying to tote a baby for as long as fans can remember. To add to their woes, Angela’s daughter Skyla Deem outright refused to donate them her egg and made it clear that she won’t opt for surrogacy either. But the 90 Day Fiancé couple seem to have overcome their child-bearing issues. Angela took to her Instagram to share the good news, and fans haven't stopped smiling since!

90 Day Fiancé: Angela Deem and Michael Announce They're Now Proud Parents

Tags: Celebration, Celebrity, Parenting, TV, Women In Charge

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09-Oct-2020


Village of the Damned 3: when parents fear their changeling children 
 

How can you be sure your child is really your child? Could that innocent-seeming baby be a changeling – a cuckoo in your nest? There is something about the evil elf child, reborn as the alien walking among us, that continues to fascinate and terrify us. So much so, the broadcaster Sky has announced it has commissioned a third version of Village of the Damned from David Farr, the writer of The Night Manager.

The first, filmed in 1960, is a cult classic of understated British horror. The 1995 version, starring Christopher Reeves, translated the nightmare to small-town America.

Both were based on John Wyndham’s The Midwich Cuckoos, in which a whole village briefly loses consciousness. Nine months later, eerily identical alien babies with telepathic powers are born to the women. They are smarter and grow faster than normal – and are soon threatening not just their “parents”, but all humankind.

Teenagers are again euphorically embracing revolution, literally toppling statues in joyful Black Lives Matter protest and skipping school to protest climate change.

Meanwhile, the widespread use of social media in itself can produce a hive mind effect. Although social media was intended to support free speech and allow anyone to share their opinion, the effect of a Twitter pile-on can be to crush nuance, doubt or divergence. Commentators, such as Gavin Haynes, have highlighted the resulting purity spirals in which nobody can stand alone.

Both the single-minded power of the Chinese state and the collective force of an online horde echo the strength of the Midwich aliens versus the fragmented, conflicted arguments of the humans opposing them. The aliens’ power was that they were not individuals – they were parts of a single entity with a single idea – to survive. As in Wyndham’s time, we again face a real contrast between individualism and groupthink.

Village of the Damned 3

Tags: Book, Effect, Environment, Film, Film Trivia, History, Opinion, Parenting, Politics, Psychology, Representation, Science, Social Media, Youth

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05-Oct-2020


LL Cool J Slams Kanye for Urinating on Grammy Award: 'Piss in a Pair of One of Them Yeezys' 

 

LL Cool J admitted he felt a type of way after Kanye West's inflammatory video that showed him urinating on a Grammy.

LL—a two-time Grammy winner and five-time host of the awards ceremony—spoke about the viral stunt during a recent appearance on Desus & Mero. Not only did the hip-hop vet call Kanye's behavior disrespectful, he also threw a little shade at Ye's sneaker designs.

"With all due respect, I think Kanye should just—maybe he should just piss in a Yeezy or something instead of pissing on a Grammy," LL said (15:40). "Piss in a pair of one them Yeezys, B. I felt some kind of way about that shit. I didn't love that shit, because I've been with the Grammys for five years."

LL acknowledged that the Recording Academy has made some mistakes in the past, but said it "didn't get everything wrong either."

LL Cool J Slams Kanye for Urinating on Grammy Award: 'Piss in a Pair of One of Them Yeezys

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Experience, Hip Hop, History, Interview, Parenting, Politics, Portrait, Support, Talk, Video, Youth

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02-Oct-2020


 

I used to be the family go-to babysitter. You dare say its because my sister and I were the only colored ones and the kids were deathly afraid of her so I was the only choice? (Only the fear for my sis was real. I think.) I paid attention to them and weaved magical tales that released their imaginations. I showed them the place in my brain where they can go to find a choice and be safe. I shooed their nightmares away. I taught them to move forward to deepen the stories and find resolutions until they could run. It blew them away.

As adults they thanked me for being their only father figure. I was very touched and saddened. Everyone actually thought I'd be a great father one day. I did not. I worry too much. I know what really happens. I was a child, taking care of other children that needed to be entertained and protected. I lived the exact hardships so I handed them some survival tips.

I forget that I also co-parented a child. We (the gay daddies) applied everything social media deemed safe, respectful and representative of a new better world. I concocted favorite meals and experimental creations, picked up after it and endured its ills. We cheered and celebrated everything, we supplied, it demanded, its dads were bonkers but cool, its mother was nuts and married to Archie Bunker with scary reality boys but we kept the humor dry to help the teen laugh. My co-child and I shared music, games, TV and films. Its worries and thoughts I tried to comfort. It's teen brain no longer cracked but there were times I saw a glimmer of bonding in it. Then it grew up and become a Repnazi, realized my color and place and it all went to hell. It was A.I. beginnings with Damien: Omen II resolutions, right through the end. Awareness: most children do not want to be like their fucking parents and they will fuck you up.

Look at that, I had me some children. 25-Sep-2020

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25-Sep-2020


Majority of Pet Owners Admit to Canceling Plans to Hang with Dog Instead, Survey Finds 

 

Earlier this month, Wisdom Health Genetics, a leading pet genetics company and maker of Wisdom Panel dog DNA tests, released the results of its 2020 Pet Census survey, painting an up-to-date picture of human-pet connections.

Over 13,000 pet owners participated in the survey, accounting for about 25,000 dogs and 6,000 cats.

One notable finding in the census is that the majority of pup parents — 72 percent, to be exact — admitted to canceling social plans simply to spend time with their four-legged pal. For cat owners, that total was 32 percent.

Proving animals are just as much part of the family as any human, 64 percent of pet owners said they view their dog or cat as a child or family member.

Majority of Pet Owners Admit to Canceling Plans to Hang with Dog Instead, Survey Finds

Tags: Adoption, Animals, Family, Friendship, Loneliness, Mental Health, Nature, Parenting, Relationships, Study

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24-Sep-2020


Parents Are Sharing The Things They Can't Believe They've Said To Their Toddlers, And I'm Weeeeak 

 

Anyone who has — or had — a toddler knows that sometimes they cause you to have to say some very, very strange things.

1. "We don’t put stuff in our butt — it’s not a pocket." (It is for uncle.)

4. "Today I said, 'We do not shove chicken legs in our crotch.'" (Is the gardener extra friendly?)

6. "No, you can't take the lettuce to bed with you." "He was 4 at the time, and the head of lettuce was his new best friend." (No it wasn't. His face was planted in the grass so many times while some asshole molested him that he had to hold on to something. Lettuce feels like grass.)

Worst parents ever! Your children are being abused while you keep waiting for signs from experts that have never resolved anything useful in their entire lives.

Parents Are Sharing The Things They Can't Believe They've Said To Their Toddlers, And I'm Weeeeak

Tags: Children, Cuteness, Family, Ignorance, Parental Crime, Parenting, Responsibility, Safety, Sex, Violence

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23-Sep-2020




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