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Entrepreneur.com - StumbleUpon. Alexa Chung Launches New Shopping App Villoid. The Best Celebrations Across The Globe. Nothing beats a good party with music, nibbles, dancing, and drinks.

The Best Celebrations Across The Globe

Nothing, except perhaps for these 21 examples of the world’s greatest parties. From tomato battles in Spain to giant balloons in America, this is the definitive list of yearly celebrations. The best part? They take place throughout the year! So what are you waiting for? More info: amazingvenues.co.uk. 41 Badass Women Who Changed History Forever. Jeanne Manford marches with her gay son during a Pride Parade. [1972] Jeanne went on to found the rights group "Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays.

41 Badass Women Who Changed History Forever

" A women's suffrage activist protesting after the "Night of Terror. " [1917] Source: reddit.com 33 suffrage activists had been arrested for "obstructing traffic" and were badly beaten by prison guards. Margaret Hamilton, lead software engineer of the Apollo Project, stands next to the code she wrote by hand and that was used to take humanity to the moon. [1969] A Dutch woman refuses to leave her husband, a German soldier, after Allied soldiers capture him. Source: reddit.com Photograph of a samurai warrior. Source: reddit.com Anna Fisher, an American astronaut and "the first mother in space. " [1984] Source: reddit.com Some of the first women sworn into the US Marine Corps. Source: pinterest.com Female pilots leaving their B-17, "Pistol Packin' Mama. " Source: reddit.com Source: City of Toronto Archives Source: reddit.com Leola N. DRUŽINE NE SPREGLEJTE…5 najboljših evropskih vodnih parkov, ki jih lahko obiščete tudi pozimi.

Buyagift.co.uk - StumbleUpon. This invention looks like a tiny sleeping bag and it's helped save 150,000 babies. The Childless Millennial. Health A new report finds that today's twentysomethings have a lower birthrate than any previous generation.

The Childless Millennial

Please consider disabling it for our site, or supporting our work in one of these ways Subscribe Now > The characters of the TV show Girls have the kinds of problems only childless people complain about. A fight with a partner over whether the songs you write together sound like those of a popular indie band. It's no wonder Millennial audiences relate to the show so well: Today's twentysomething women have been slower to have children than any previous generation. In a new report, the Urban Institute think tank writes that in 2012, there were only 948 births per 1,000 women in their 20s, "by far the slowest pace of any generation of young women in U.S. history. " Decline in Fertility Among Twentysomething Women, by Race The researchers put forward a few theories for the decrease. The authors also found stark differences when they parsed the data by race. The report ends with a shrug:

11 Brutally Honest Reasons Why Millennials Don't Want Kids - Mic. When it comes to embarking on the journey of parenthood, lots of millennials are saying, "Meh.

11 Brutally Honest Reasons Why Millennials Don't Want Kids - Mic

No, thanks. " According to data from the Urban Institute, birth rates among 20-something women declined 15% between 2007 and 2012. Additional research from the Pew Research Center reflects a longer-term trend of women eschewing parenthood as the number of U.S. women who choose to forego motherhood altogether has doubled since 1970. This trend is fascinating, in part because there's long been a taboo associated with people (particularly, women) choosing to opt out of parenthood. Women who choose not to have kids have been referred to as "shallow" and "self-absorbed," and even the pope has said the decision not to procreate is fundamentally "selfish. " In an effort to find out why so many young people are really deciding against parenthood, we solicited dozens of responses from our audience via Tumblr and Google Forms. 1.

"It leaves your body and it costs $20-30K. Flo, the period solution for women in low-income countries, is brilliant. Here’s how it works: the contraption is essentially a plastic basket within two strong plastic bowls joined together with a nylon or cotton string.

Flo, the period solution for women in low-income countries, is brilliant

You can place used pads and cleaning materials within (the bowls cover up what’s inside so no one has to see). The students used ketchup, soy sauce, and animal blood during their test, and used half the detergent needed for manual washing. Then, you can pull the strings on the sides, which spins the basket and washes the pads. By the time the spinning is done, the pads are already partially dry. Then, the contraption can be transformed into a small private drying rack. The kit also comes with a travel pouch for the girls to store their pads (and place their used pads in, so no one will know they’re on their period). The team made eight prototypes, but plan on making this an actual product. We LOVE this idea—it’s simple, cost-effective, ingenuitive, and may very well change the lives of millions of girls around the world. How To Have A Two-Hour Workday. 11 Beautiful Women Changing Beauty and Fashion Industry 2015.