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    A WOMAN has hit back at cruel trolls who said she would never get a job because of her tattoos. Josie Man revealed she has numerous inkings all over her body, including some on her hands that can’t be covered up in the workplace. 6TikTok user Josie Man proudly showed off her tattoos, including ones on her palms and fingersCredit: TikTok / @josieman_xx 6She hit back at trolls who said that she will never get a job due to her inkingsCredit: TikTok / @josieman_xx The musician took to her @josieman_xx TikTok account to respond to the mean comments, and shared her reasons for getting the tattoos. In a video that has racked up thousands of views, she danced on the spot as audio played in the background that said “heard it all a million times.” She also made a follow-up video that explained how she already had a job despite her various tattoos. She also took the opportunity to proudly show off her inkings. More on tattoosTATT’S ALL FOLKS I asked for cute moon tattoo but people think it looks...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle never wanted to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with the Queen for her Platinum Jubilee celebrations, a friend of the pair has claimed.  Omid Scobie, who penned a biography on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, says the Harry had discussed the possibility of not being present for Trooping the Colour at the Mall in London on June 2 with Her Majesty. He said despite this the couple are 'very keen' to be part of the arrangements in the coming months, including the Thanksgiving celebrations at St Paul's Cathedral. This comes after a sensational statement from the Queen last week stating the pair - along with Prince Andrew - would not be invited onto the balcony for Trooping the Colour, the spectacular start of her long weekend of commemorations. Following that the Sussexes released a statement that they would still fly from California with their two children - Archie, three, and Lilibet, 11 months - in June. Writing in Yahoo! News, Scobie said the news that the pair would not be appearing on the...
    HARRY and Meghan told the Queen they never wanted to be on the Buckingham Palace balcony at her Platinum Jubilee, a pal claims. But the couple did insist on attending Her Majesty’s Thanksgiving Service. 3Harry and Meghan told the Queen they never wanted to be on the Buckingham Palace balcony at her Platinum Jubilee, claims pal Omid ScobieCredit: Getty 3Harry and Meghan say they will return for the four-day party marking the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, and bring their childrenCredit: Splash 3Scobie said Harry had 'spoken with his grandmother about the possibility of not attending Trooping the Colour long before last week’s announcements'Credit: PA The Duke and Duchess of Sussex say they will return for the four-day party marking the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, and bring their children, next month. Nervous courtiers and aides have yet to finalise which events they will attend. The Queen, 96, controversially ordered that only working royals could appear on the balcony on June 2 — ruling out Harry and Meghan. But the pair’s biographer and pal Omid Scobie, author of...
    FIFA has threatened to cancel the contracts of hotels and other service providers in Qatar for this year's World Cup that discriminate against gay people after an investigation revealed some had refused to allow same-sex couples to stay. The survey conducted by Danish and Swedish media also found World Cup hotels had asked customers to modify their behaviour during their visit, including one insisting that patrons do not 'dress gay'. According to NRK, SVT in Sweden and DR in Denmark, three hotels refused to accept the reservation from a gay couple, with one suggesting it would be against hotel policy to do so. Concerns have been raised over the safety of members of the LGBTQ+ fans at the tournament  LGBTQ+ supporter groups have joined forces to condemn FIFA and the Qatar World Cup Supreme Committee A further 20 hotels advised the couple to modify their behaviour to avoid public displays of affection during their stay. While thirty-three hotels on the recommended list for the World Cup, which opens in Qatar on November 21, accepted the male couple could book, the...
    Dax Shepard argued with his podcast guest, author Cathy O’Neil over the idea of fat-shaming. On Thursday’s episode of Armchair Expert, Shepard asked O’Neil, who recently published a book on shame titled, The Shame Machine, about a time when his fans accused him of perpetuating fat shaming. Shepard said, “I’ve been criticized because we had a show called Race to 270. So one of my friends, recently sober, has not been paying attention to his health for fourteen years, two years sober. He’s got kids. He wants to live. He wants to lose weight. He started at 330.” “My friend, Charlie (Curtis), he owns a CrossFit gym. He’s a gym nut. So I sat like a $10,000 prize. If Charlie could get to 270 first, he would get it. And Aaron (Weakley) could get down to 270 first. And it was this comedic 10 episode thing,” he continued. “And I got all these really angry comments from people going, ‘This is diet culture.’ ‘I have an eating disorder, you’re perpetuating.’ And just like all this rage and anger...
    A Colorado mom is fuming after she says a teacher at her 12-year-old daughter's public school invited the child to an after-school art club that was actually a 'Genders & Sexualities Alliance,' where speakers told the kid that she may be transgender and that her family was not safe. Erin Lee, whose daughter attended Wellington Middle School up until last week, says her daughter sent her a text message last Wednesday asking to go to an after-school art club, saying her art teacher, Jenna Riep, had invited her. Less and her husband subsequently gave their permission, but upon picking up the schoolgirl from the supposed art club, the pair quickly realized something was wrong. 'When we picked her up from that program after school, we could see on her face that something was incredibly wrong,' Lee told Fox News Digital in an interview Wednesday, where she recounted the story.   'It wasn’t art club, it was GSA, or Gender and Sexuality [Alliance] is what they’re calling it now,' the irate mother explained.  'They told the kids that if they’re not fully comfortable in their body, then they are...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: My boss dropped the ball and is blaming it on me. Harriette Cole  She was supposed to send out an internal email with an important deadline, but she never told anyone about it. She was sitting on the information for a while and didn’t let anyone know. Today, my colleagues and I got an urgent message from her stating that we have to work to meet the deadline within 48 hours. When my colleague asked why we were given such short notice, she said that I was the one who was supposed to remind her to send the notice. I’m furious. What should I do? Scapegoat DEAR SCAPEGOAT: Take a few deep breaths and calm down. You have to think strategically here. Your goal is to get your boss to be more collaborative and to communicate more fully with you so that you can successfully support her. In this case, that didn’t happen. Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: I don’t think someone with this speech problem should be running our meetings Advice |...
    TWO hero Brits have been told they could face the death penalty by a Russian prosecutor after they were captured and paraded on TV. The prosecutor of the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic smirked as he told a TV crew that Brit fighter Shaun Pinner, 48, and Aiden Aslin, 28, could be executed.  4Brit hero fighter Aiden Aslin could face the death penalty 4Shaun Pinner is a former Brit soldier who lives in Ukraine with his wife and family 4Smirking DPR prosecutor Andrei Spivak talking to a TV crewCredit: East2West Andrei Spivak said the men - who were caught trying to defend Mariupol in mid-April - were being charged with "crimes against civilians of the Donetsk People's Republic." "The maximum punishment for these crimes is the death penalty," the prosecutor said. Aiden was heard saying he understood the accusations against him but fiercely denied killing civilians. It's highly unlikely the charges could have been brought without the Kremlin's approval. MORE ON THE WAR IN UKRAINEALL-OUT WAR Putin 'will disappear to have cancer op' as Moscow to seek 'payback' on UkraineHELL FROM ABOVE Bomb...
    When he was cast as Prince Charles in The Crown, the naysayers had a field day. Actor Dominic West was too muscular, had too much hair and was far too — well — sexy to play the heir to the throne. And West now admits that he shared some of those reservations right up to and including the point where he was in costume as Prince Charles and about to step in front of the cameras. The 52-year-old, who filmed series five of the Netflix hit between August 2021 and February this year, said: 'It's quite disconcerting as I didn't look anything like him when I looked in the mirror. I kept telling the producers that they had cast the wrong person. But they explained that this was not a show of imitations. But that was difficult as this is a real person who is hugely famous and recognisable.' When he was cast as Prince Charles in The Crown, the naysayers had a field day. Actor Dominic West was too muscular, had too much hair and was far too — well...
    A 19-year-old model asked strangers to write body-shaming comments they'd received on her bare skin to raise awareness for how these hurtful messages negatively impact mental health.  Ainoa Cerdeira Gonzalez, a freshman at Parsons School of Design in New York City, was thinking about her final project for her Mental Health by Design class when she came up with the idea for her short film 'Be Ashamed of Body-Shame.'  'I was like, it's gonna be very tough to do this, because I struggle with my body image,' she told Yahoo Life of her decision to use her body as a canvas. 'But at the same time, I was like, it's going to be so powerful if I let other people express themselves about their bodies on my body.' Scroll down for video   Ainoa Cerdeira Gonzalez, 19, asked people to write body-shaming comments they'd received on her body to raise awareness of the negative impact these messages have on mental health  The freshman at Parsons School of Design in New York City was filmed standing in Washington Square Park in a bandeau top and shorts...
    Vladimir Putin will launch an all-out nuclear war on the West rather than accept defeat in Ukraine, Russia's chief propagandists have declared, in just the latest chilling threat coming from Moscow. Margarita Simonyan, editor of state broadcaster RT and one of the Kremlin's highest-profile mouthpieces, declared on TV last night that the idea of Putin pressing the red button is 'more probable' than the idea that he will allow Russia to lose the war. 'Either we lose in Ukraine,' she said, 'or the Third World War starts. I think World War Three is more realistic, knowing us, knowing our leader.  'The most incredible outcome, that all this will end with a nuclear strike, seems more probable to me than the other course of events. 'This is to my horror on one hand,' she told a panel of experts shifting nervously in their seats, 'but on the other hand, it is what it is. We will go to heaven, while they will simply croak... We're all going to die someday.' Simonyan's calm imagining of nuclear holocaust is just the latest threat...
    A whistleblower who got her own parents arrested and charged with more than 100 counts of abuse at a girls' school has now set out on a 'mission' to close down an associated facility. The Agapé Boarding School for Boys in Stockton, Missouri, has been hit with 14 lawsuits and Amanda Householder believes the time has come to shutter it for good. ‘The fact that the Agapé Boarding School is still open is beyond infuriating,’ Householder, 31, who was key to getting her parents' Circle of Hope school in nearby Humansville shut in 2020, told DailyMail.com. ‘When Circle of Hope closed I begged a deputy sheriff with Cedar County to investigate Agapé. I have been trying to get Agapé shut down ever since and for some reason it's being protected. Amanda Householder was instrumental in having her parents arrested for abuse at a girls' school in Missouri. Now she wants an associated boys' school closed Agape says on its website it 'only works with boys who are struggling, so we strictly maintain discipline and security while showing Christian love and care for...
    ARSENAL will reportedly have to fork out £67million to land striker target Victor Osimhen. The Napoli ace has 16 goals to his name this term and has played a key role in keeping his side in the hunt for the Serie A title. 1Osimhen wants to play Champions League footballCredit: GETTY Napoli are sat third, five points behind table toppers Inter Milan with four matches to go. But with Osimhen's fine form comes interest in acquiring his services. And according to CBS, Arsenal have been tracking the Nigeria international for a number of months. But any move would cost the Gunners an eye-watering £67m to land Osimhen. READ MORE ON ARSENALGUNNERS NEWS Arsenal in 'advanced talks' with Gabriel Jesus, Man Utd win reaction La Gazzetta dello Sport are also reporting that Arsenal have "already taken several concrete steps, through intermediaries" to lay the groundworks for a deal. However, the striker is keen to play Champions League football....
    Former President Donald Trump told a conference on Thursday that he once told a NATO country leader that the U.S. would not protect NATO members from a Russian attack if they did not pay more into the alliance. Trump made the headline-grabbing remarks while giving the keynote address at the Heritage Foundation’s leadership conference on Amelia Island, Florida. The remarks quickly reverberated throughout the news media as pundits and observers noted the remarks were Trump’s “most explicit statement to date” about breaking NATO treaty commitments. “Everyone was delinquent, they didn’t pay,” Trump told the crowd at the Ritz Carlton. “And they asked me, one of the presidents of the countries at a closed meeting…he said, ‘Does that mean that you won’t protect us in case – if we don’t pay, you won’t protect us from Russia — was the Soviet Union but now Russia?’” “I said, ‘That’s exactly what it means,'” Trump continued, claiming he would violate the treaty’s key mutual protection clause. “Now, if I said, ‘No, I don’t mean that,’ then why would they pay? So somebody had...
    A KENTUCKY man who asked his employers to not throw him a birthday party due to his anxiety disorder has successfully sued the company after they surprised him - then fired him after he suffered a panic attack. Plaintiff Kevin Berling claims he lost his job in 2019 just days after the birthday party incident because his bosses were concerned about him being "angry," according to the lawsuit he filed. 1Kevin Berling received $450,000 after winning the lawsuit against the company that threw him a surprise birthday party against his requestCredit: Getty Court documents show that on March 31, 2022, a jury awarded Berling $450,000 after concluding that Berling suffered an "adverse employment action" from the company Gravity Diagnostics due to his mental disability, NBC News reported. In August 2019, Berling told his office manager that he did not want to celebrate his birthday, which was an office tradition, as it would trigger a panic attack. He had been with the company for ten months at that point. The office manager failed to remember his request, and the company surprised...
    Suspected subway shooter Frank James ominously told cops 'I've been waiting for you,' before officers arrested the then at-large suspect on a Lower East side street Wednesday, it has been revealed. The foreboding phrase, law enforcement sources told The Daily News Friday, was uttered by the 62-year-old suspect as officers responding to one of five tips as to his whereabouts approached James on St. Mark's Place at approximately 1:42 pm. When officers arrived on the scene, The News reported, one lawman who spotted James walking down the crowded sidewalk called out 'Hey, Frank!' At that point, James slowly turned around and stared at the group of officers, and offered the hair-raising remark.  James, who had evaded officers for nearly 30 hours before calling cops on himself roughly 12 minutes before his arrest at a First Avenue McDonald's, was subsequently cuffed and detained, and held without bail.   The strange revelation was among several new details to emerge about the arrest Friday, as it was revealed the five tipsters who reported seeing James jaunt around Manhattan Wednesday will share Crime Stoppers' promised...
    Former President Donald Trump told a crowd he weighs a 'little more' than 208 pounds and talked about how Dr. Mehmet Oz told him to lose weight.   'That's enough to lift me up. Can you believe I weigh 208?' Trump said, according to a video clip being shared Thursday that begins with him discussing female weightlifters. 'Now maybe a little more,' he joked.  He then turned his attention to Oz, who he endorsed Saturday in the Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary, miffing some of his conservatives allies.  'Dr. Oz has said you should lose weight,' Trump admitted.  In a clip shared online Thursday, former President Donald Trump admits he weighs a 'little more' than 208 pounds  Trump noted that Dr. Mehmet Oz, who he endorsed for Pennsylvania Senate on Saturday, 'said you should lose weight' He same something similar in his statement Saturday when he endorsed Oz.   'He even said that I was in extraordinary health, which made me like him even more (although he also said I should lose a couple of pounds!),' Trump boasted.  During the more recent event...
    Ever felt down about yourself, feeling desperate for a compliment, but not receiving one? Well, sometimes it can be better not to receive any flattery at all, as these bizarre and downright rude comments shared by people from around the world and collated by Bored Panda show. Backhanded compliments include a lady who was told she was 'smart...for a woman', while another - who has pale skin because of a severe iron deficiency - was told they 'looked more human than usual'. Most of the worst offenders made a blunder when trying to be nice about someone's physical appearance, including a man who told his date she had 'eyes like a Jersey cow' and then claimed that the said cows are 'pretty foxy'.   Some of the so-called compliments were more obscure, like a woman who was told she has a 'perfect colon' by a doctor after an examination. Here, FEMAIL rounds up the worst compliments ever given...  People from around the world have been sharing some of the worst 'compliments' they've ever received - some will leave you shocked (stock image)   ...
    IT'S no surprise that women spend much of their pregnancy deliberating over what to name their baby. After all, it 's something that will stick with them for their whole life. 2Dana Moore, who is a mum-of-three from the UK, told her parents her son's name while was still pregnantCredit: tiktok/@dana_moore_ 2Dana's parents weren't a fan of the moniker originally, but now he's older, everyone thinks it suits himCredit: tiktok/@dana_moore_ But mum-of-three Dana Moore didn't exactly get the response she was hoping for when she revealed the name of her second child Lincoln to her family. In a short video posted on TikTok, Dana, who also has children Liam and Lola, shared a montage of her adorable son from when he was a newborn up to now. "When I was pregnant with our second child we decided to tell our family his name," she explained. Nobody liked it and they all said we should change it." READ MORE ON BABY NAMESNAME GAME People thought our baby name was a joke when we told them how it’s pronouncedKIDDING...
    HARRY and Meghan have been told they CANNOT have private armed security guards on their first trip to Europe since Megxit. The Duke of Sussex is suing the British government after his taxpayer-funded Met Police armed guards were removed when he quit royal duty. 3The couple, pictured in September 2021, will not have private armed security in the NetherlandsCredit: Getty 3The trip their first to Europe since MegxitCredit: Getty In High Court papers the duke says he "does not feel safe" in Britain without armed security and says the decision is "unlawful and "unfair" Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, are believed to have armed protection in the US but are not allowed to use them when they come to Britain. Last night Dutch authorities said Harry and Meghan's private close protection officers cannot be armed if they travel to Holland for the Invictus Games this weekend. The couple are due to be at the opening ceremony in The Hague on Saturday. The Dutch royal family are expected to attend the games but Harry and Meghan will not be staying at...