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Rolmodellenbureau biedt steun aan onzekere meisjes - Amsterdam. Age, athleisure and defying expectations - That's Not My Age. Athleisure wear perfectly suits my lifestyle and my preference for comfort, says cycling blogger Adele Mitchell.

Age, athleisure and defying expectations - That's Not My Age

I work from home. I do yoga. I ride bikes a lot. Why would I wear anything but a wardrobe of super-stretch sportswear, in a colour that I like? And yet according to Vogue’s ‘rules’ on workout wear’, at my age (53) it is sartorially risky to put myself ‘out there’ in ‘something vibrant that makes a statement’ (is that just another way of saying ‘please remain invisible’?). Vogue doesn’t actually state the consequences of recklessly ignoring the rules (frightening the locals? Sadly Vogue is not unique in its attitude to older women and athleisure. Deze jongens dragen alleen kleding die dope, hard en sick is - NRC. Florian Regtien (16) was dertien toen hij voor het eerst een eigen merktrui kocht: een Carhartt sweater, donkerrood.

Deze jongens dragen alleen kleding die dope, hard en sick is - NRC

„Daarvoor was ik me er niet zo bewust van welke merken ik aan had”, zegt hij. Inmiddels wel. How 'Empowerment' Lost Its Meaning. The catch-all term has come to denote a watered-down feminism, popular with celebrities and advertisers alike This article titled “From shopping to naked selfies: how ’empowerment’ lost its meaning” was written by Hadley Freeman, for The Guardian on Tuesday 19th April 2016 06.00 UTC Here are a few things I have recently been told should make me feel “empowered”: tweeting a naked selfie; being Miley Cyrus; being Gwyneth Paltrow; looking at advertisements; watching TED Talks; owning my feminism; disowning my feminism; buying leggings; buying designer clothes; masturbating.

How 'Empowerment' Lost Its Meaning

It’s quite an exciting time to be a woman, I can tell you. Feminism might not have quite finished its work yet – there are still niggly little things such as unequal pay and female genital mutilation, and, unbelievably, abortion remains an actual issue in the US elections in 2016. But never has it been easier for a woman to feel empowered. Rainbow Cat Undercut Is The Hottest New Hairstyle On Instagram. Like cats?

Rainbow Cat Undercut Is The Hottest New Hairstyle On Instagram

Like funky hairstyles? Ever thought about combining the two? No, I don’t mean giving your cat a mohawk. I mean shaving your cat into the back of your head! Russian Instagram user Katichka has certainly thought about it. “I always take my sleepy cat with me,” reads the message she posted alongside the picture. The skills behind the scissors is St. Pac-Man Suit Takes A Bite Out Of Corporate Fashion. This Pac-Man Suit is a unique reply to stuffy office fashion, and is perfect for those solo nights at the bar.

Pac-Man Suit Takes A Bite Out Of Corporate Fashion

But if Pac-Man mazes make you or your date dizzy, then what about a Jack-O-Lantern suit for Halloween? Or a Stars and Stripes outfit for July 4th? Made by OppoSuits, these stylishly cut, polyester suits can be yours for just 99 USD. The project “was launched by three young entrepreneurs in 2012 after a backpack trip to Vietnam in 2010,” OppoSuits told Bored Panda. “Our design team is constantly developing new prints. H&M komt nu ook met betaalbare trouwjurken op de proppen  De goedkope trouwcollectie van ASOS is gelanceerd. Hebben! Na Zeeman en ASOS. Cookies op gebruikt cookies en vergelijkbare technologieën ("cookies") onder andere om u een optimale gebruikerservaring te bieden.

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<< Goedkoop je bruidsjurk LENEN (Limburgs Dagblad) Hey Silicon Valley, Let’s Talk About Periods. It was a trickle at first.

Hey Silicon Valley, Let’s Talk About Periods

But then came the flood of viral menstruation moments. In just this past week—as Indiana women called the governor about their periods in protest of an abortion bill—TechCrunch propelled Flex, which makes menstrual cups optimized (and marketed) for period sex, around the internet by singling it out at Y Combinator’s Demo Day, sending it ricocheting around the internet. The Debunkers of a Gay Marriage Study Just Re-bunked It, Sort Of. In 2014, a young researcher named Michael LaCour published some remarkable results in the journal Science.

The Debunkers of a Gay Marriage Study Just Re-bunked It, Sort Of

His study, written with the well-respected political scientist Donald Green, looked to see if a short, personal conversation with door-to-door canvassers could change people’s minds about gay marriage. It did, in a big way—especially when the canvassers were gay themselves. Soon another young researcher, David Broockman, started looking into the canvassing data, hoping to replicate these exciting results. But when he started digging along with another UC Berkeley student, Joshua Kalla, they realized that LaCour had made it all up. Perfecte popjes. Utrecht eerste Nederlandse stad met regenboog-verkeerslichten. Heftig: zo ziet plastische chirurgie in Zuid-Korea er écht uit - Japanese Designers Create Nameless Paints To Change The Way Kids Learn Colors. Ima Moteki, a design duo in Japan, has just created a set of Nameless Paints that aim to completely change the way children learn and think about color.

Japanese Designers Create Nameless Paints To Change The Way Kids Learn Colors

Instead of using color names, each white tube of paint is labelled with an “equation” showing which primary colors, and in what proportions, were used to make the color inside. The “Nameless Paint” designers, Yusuke Imai and Ayami Moteki, believe that color labels are problematic. “By not assigning names to the colors we want to expand the definition of what a color can be, and the various shades they can create by mixing them,” said Imai. In addition to rejecting labels, the paints also teach color theory. The equations on the paint tubes help children understand some of the basic concepts behind color theory and how to mix and create new colors.