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When was the last time you felt sexy – not for anyone else, but just for you? How often do you dare awaken your sexual energy?

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As women, we’ve been socially conditioned to believe exploring our sexuality is wrong. Choosing to take on the same sexual experiences as men is deemed “promiscuous” or “slutty.” Our names are literally changed for acting on the same desires as our male counterparts. We are disrespected for the same actions men do freely, or are even respected for. But here’s the serious question: what’s wrong with wanting to feel sexy? Who are we hurting? No one. Men just feel the need to police what they can’t benefit from. This Is How to Shamelessly Embrace Your Sexuality (According to a Sex...

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You can now buy a life-size Rei Ayanami figure for $17,500, plus an even more expensive Eva【Pics】

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“The cutest Rei Ayanami” and glowing Unit-01 don’t come cheap, but they offer serious impact for truly hard-core Evangelion fans. It’s hard to believe, but with this week’s release of Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, the Evangelion anime franchise has finally come to an end. Fans are no doubt sad to say goodbye to the iconic cast of characters they’ve been following for 26 years, but if that separation is too much to bear, you can instead say hello to a life-size figure of one member of the cast. Figure maker F:Nex (pronounced like “phoenix”) has just opened pre-orders...

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By Daniel Gau

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ss Textile factories in Great Britain fueled the expansion of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries, the beginning of our human-made, global ecological crisis. These factories, along with Britain’s global trade network, helped meet the world-wide demand for clothing made from American cotton, which not only led to air and water pollution but also to the expansion of slavery and, ultimately, the American Civil War. The first Industrial Revolution in Britain would lead to a vast increase in the British population and a consumer economy of affordable mass-produced goods that began long-term harm to the environment. Although we know...

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18 Best Plastic Cloth Hangers in 2021

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  5 Pack Heavy Duty Hangers, Plastic Hangers for Clothes Extra Wide Adjustable Shoulder 15-20.5 Inch Clothes Hangers, Closet Space Saving, Perfect for Coat, Dress, Shirt, Pants Hangers - Those plastic hangers are no slip hangers there are clips on right and left sides. This adjustable design allows you to widen the clothes hanger arm out to keep the shape of your clothes can be used as baby hangers. This space saver hangers are good for hotels, motels, dry cleaners or just personal use. Those space saving hangers are going to organize your closet. Adjustable shoulder arm regular size is 15...

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Hey everybody and welcome to another Sunday Link Up

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It’s kinda like the Sunday paper, except for it has way less “news” and way more ladies telling you how excited they are about random things in their life. Oh and good house tours sometimes too. We’re just gonna dive right in this week… This week’s home feature is a stunner Brooklyn brownstone designed by Estelle Bailey-Babenzien for Adrian Grenier’s mom (heeeyyy Devil Wears Prada we see you) via Domino. The home renovation took 4 years to complete and they focused heavily on environmentalism and sustainability which you can’t not love. Head over and check it out because Estelle killed...

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