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    Having large boobs is hard enough - from back ache to finding tops that actually fit. Another issue that comes with having a large bust - is the societal expectation to wear a bra, even if you don't want to. 2Casee prefers to choose comfort over style and has ditched the braCredit: TikTok/@caseebrim That's the struggle that Casee Brim goes through - when she revealed she didn't wear one. Posting to her TikTok account, Casee, from Australia, who is a natural F-cup, revealed that her choice to not wear a bra has attracted lots of opinions from others. In a TikTok video, she listed the common comments she gets from people for not wearing a bra. "Your boobs will sag if you don't wear a bra," "they're too big not to wear a bra," "you need to wear a bra in public," and "someone will see your nips!" READ MORE ON BODY SHAPESWHAT A BOOB I've got big boobs & it's annoying when friends moan about their small chestsBum note Trolls always say my bum can’t really be as flat...
    SNORING can be annoying for the person you share a bed with and you might not even know that you do it. But experts have warned that it's worth finding out if you sound like a foghorn at night, especially if you're a woman over the age of 50. 1Snoring is usually harmless - but for some, it could mean they are suffering with a serious illnessCredit: Getty It's a common condition and is not usually caused by anything serious. Most people can change their snoring habits by losing weight and altering their sleeping position. For some people though, snoring could mean you are at risk of sleep apnoea - which in rare cases, can be fatal. Medics in Israel examined hundreds of women as part of the study published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine. Read more on sleepREST ASSURED I'm a sleep expert - here’s 3 surprising ways we help insomniacs sleepGOODNIGHT I'm a gardening whizz - the nine best plants to have in your bedroom for sleep The women were divided into two age groups, pre-menopausal (aged...
    (CNN)Chelsea narrowly got the better of Manchester City in a thrilling Women's FA Cup final, as Australian star Sam Kerr's deflected strike secured a 3-2 win for Emma Hayes' side in extra time.It was a tantalizing match up between the two most in-form teams in the country; coming to Wembley, City was on a 13-game winning streak and Chelsea an 11-game winning streak.Intriguingly, the last time either of these teams lost a match was against the other, and it was unsurprisingly an incredibly even affair throughout.It was the first time the men's and women's FA Cup finals have been played on the same weekend, and after Saturday's stalemate between Liverpool and Chelsea, it was apparent very early on Sunday's final -- played in front of a record crowd of 49,094 -- would not follow suit.After a frantic start, the deadlock was broken just after the half-hour mark, as Kerr headed Millie Bright's deep, looping cross over the line at the far post. It was a deserved opener for Chelsea, which had handled the occasion far better than its opponent in...
    By ASHRAF KHALIL and DAVID SHARP WASHINGTON (AP) — Abortion rights supporters demonstrating at hundreds of marches and rallies Saturday expressed their outrage that the Supreme Court will soon scrap the constitutional right to abortion that has endured for nearly a half-century and their fear about what that could mean for women’s reproductive choices. Incensed after a leaked draft opinion suggested the court’s conservative majority would overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, activists spoke of the need to mobilize quickly because Republican-led states are poised to enact tighter restrictions. In the nation’s capital, thousands gathered in drizzly weather at the Washington Monument to listen to fiery speeches before marching to the Supreme Court, which was surrounded by two layers of security fences. The mood was one of anger and defiance, three days after the Senate failed to muster enough votes to codify Roe v. Wade. “I can’t believe that at my age, I’m still having to protest over this,” said Samantha Rivers, a 64-year-old federal government employee who is preparing for a state-by-state battle over abortion rights. Caitlin Loehr,...
    INGLEWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- The way people have processed the drafted Supreme Court decision that was intercepted on its way to becoming official has manifested in different ways, even in a state that promises to keep abortion rights for all.Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell hasn't known a world without them. She was in elementary school when Roe versus Wade passed."And the fact that we could be approaching a next generation of young women and girls that don't have that right is beyond my imagination," said Mitchell.She spoke Friday at Planned Parenthood's grand opening in Inglewood. President and CEO Alexis McGill Johnson made it clear, they're expanding."My husband's an economist and he would say Black women are actually too big to fail," said McGill Johnson. "And I keep saying, 'If we are too big to fail, it must be that we are also too under-resourced to actually succeed."The majority of abortions affect Black and Latina women, according to the Centers for Disease Control.It's just one of several reasons why nurse practitioner Kara James believes in her work, in this moment...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Abortion rights supporters demonstrating at hundreds of marches and rallies Saturday expressed their outrage that the Supreme Court will soon scrap the constitutional right to abortion that has endured for nearly a half-century and their fear about what that could mean for women’s reproductive choices. Incensed after a leaked draft opinion suggested the court’s conservative majority would overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, activists spoke of the need to mobilize quickly because Republican-led states are poised to enact tighter restrictions. READ MORE: Baltimore Defense Attorney Loses Bid For New TrialIn the nation’s capital, thousands gathered in drizzly weather at the Washington Monument to listen to fiery speeches before marching to the Supreme Court, which was surrounded by two layers of security fences. The mood was one of anger and defiance, three days after the Senate failed to muster enough votes to codify Roe v. Wade. “I can’t believe that at my age, I’m still having to protest over this,” said Samantha Rivers, a 64-year-old federal government employee who is preparing for a state-by-state battle over abortion rights. Caitlin Loehr,...
    Pop singer and Joe Biden-backer John Legend, net worth $100 million, used the national baby formula shortage in the United States to attack pro-life people, suggesting that those who are concerned about baby formula being sent to illegal aliens over American citizens are not “pro-life.” “These are the ‘pro life’ folks,” Legend wrote in response to Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX), who tweeted, “Baby formula should go to Americans before illegals. This should not have to be said.” These are the “pro life” folks. https://t.co/O3baiH64L2 — John Legend (@johnlegend) May 13, 2022 As President Joe Biden fails to address the acute shortage of baby formula across the country — which is resulting in panic for mothers, for whom formula is a necessary supplement or substitute for breast milk — Legend appears to have only one issue on his mind: abortion. The first photo is from this morning at the Ursula Processing Center at the U.S. border. Shelves and pallets packed with baby formula. The second is from a shelf right here at home. Formula is scarce. This is what America...
    The convicted felon whose time on the run ended with his prison-guard girlfriend shooting herself in the head on Monday night was distraught by the death of his lover, his mother said. Casey White, 38, escaped jail with former assistant director of corrections Vicki White late last month. The two spent 11 days together on the run from authorities until a police chase ended with Vicki fatally shooting herself. White’s mother, Connie Moore, told the Daily Mail that her son was deeply in love with the prison guard, with whom he had a secret phone relationship for at least two years, and had even started referring to her as his wife. “I spoke to him yesterday and he was crying and saying he couldn't believe she was gone,” Moore said. She said she believed Vicki was “really, really, good to him – just being there for him, talking with him. They had a real thing.” White is incarcerated in a Lauderdale County, Alabama, jail awaiting trial on charges of capital murder after confessing to killing 59-year-old Connie Ridgeway. He was...
    TAKING paracetamol while pregnant could harm your baby, experts warn. A study found mums-to-be who take painkillers are more likely to have a preterm birth or a baby with birth defects. 1Polls found eight out of 10 women say they have taken painkillers to ease pregnancy symptomsCredit: Alamy Eight out of 10 women pop paracetamol, ibuprofen or aspirin to deal with pregnancy woes – but they risk taking too much.  Study author Aikaterini Zafeiri, from the University of Aberdeen, said: “The ease of access to painkillers, in combination with misinformation on the internet, raises safety concerns. “This is especially when self-medication decisions are taken during pregnancy without medical advice.” Data from 151,000 births over 30 years in Scotland found babies born to mums who took painkillers were 50 per cent more likely to be premature. Read More on pregnancyMUM'S THE WORD Warning to pregnant women over silent killer that can strike at any timeOH BABY I had no idea I was pregnant until I gave birth - I took the Pill every day They were 28 per cent more likely...
    London (CNN Business)Adidas advertisements showing photo grids of bare breasts have been banned in the UK by the Advertising Standards Authority.The apparel company's promotional material for its sports bras, released in February, featured a grid of photographs of various women's unclothed chests. The images, which appeared in a tweet and two posters, aimed to highlight body diversity and Adidas's effort to cater to all shapes and sizes. The ASA said it had received 24 complaints about the ads. Some considered that the use of nudity was gratuitous, objectified women by sexualizing them and reducing them to body parts, according to the ASA ruling, published online Wednesday. Others challenged whether the poster ads were appropriate for display where it could be seen by children.Both complaints were upheld, and the ads must not appear again in the forms complained of, said the authority.Read MoreThe ASA said it "acknowledged that the intention of the ads was to show that women's breasts differed in shape and size, which was relevant to the sports bras being advertised."Adidas tweets 25 pairs of bare breasts to sell...
    PREGNANT women have been warned to keep their blood pressure levels in check to avoid complications later in life. Those who experience the condition whist pregnant have a 63 per cent increased risk of developing heart disease as they age, experts found. 1Pregnant women have been warned to look at four key health elements to reduce their risk of a silent killerCredit: Getty If your blood pressure is too high then it puts a strain on your blood vessels, heart and other organs - increasing your risk of a heart attack. It can sometimes be serious in pregnancy and if you already have a history of the condition then you will be referred to a specialist. Writing in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, researchers found that high blood pressure, high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes, or being overweight or obese after pregnancy accounted for most of the increased risk between complications and future heart-related events. Medics looked at data of over 60,000 pregnant women who had preeclampsia or gestational hypertension - which are both diagnosed around 20 weeks...
    Dirty fingernails, bad hygiene and eating loudly are deemed to be the most common turn-offs among single women, according to a controversial new thread. An online debate was sparked after a woman asked a popular Facebook group what gives them 'the ick'.  Hundreds responded by listing their turn-offs in men based on how they behave rather than looks.  Surprisingly filthy fingernails and a lack of hand hygiene disgusted both men and women the most.  Hundreds of singles have listed what instantly turns them off when dating. Surprisingly not cleaning underneath your fingernails disgusted both men and women the most (stock image) Singles flooded the comments section offering their opinions and personal experiences.  Other turn-offs included road rage, being rude to waiters, bad hygiene, eating loudly and being selfish.  One woman said she's completely disgusted when a man 'puts their finger in their ears'.  'I can't believe some people think this is okay to do when you are in conversation with someone,' she wrote.  Another added: 'This is probably unpopular opinion, but men so obsessed with football that it consumes them!'...
    DOVER, Del. (CBS) — Delaware Attorney General Kathleen Jennings says she is “deeply troubled” over the traffic stop incident that Delaware State University’s women’s lacrosse team encountered while in Georgia last month. In a statement released Wednesday, Jennings said she’s spoken with the U.S. Department of Justice and the attorney general in Georgia. She is also urging for a full examination of the incident. “Like so many others, I’m deeply troubled by the actions that our Delaware State University Women’s Lacrosse team and staff endured in Georgia this past April. I want to commend these outstanding young women for their valor, and my fellow Delawareans for rallying around them.  Over the last few days, I’ve spoken with those affected at Delaware State, as well as the authorities in a position to investigate these events. Following discussions with both the U.S. Department of Justice and the Georgia Attorney General, I sent the attached letter urging a full examination and I have every reason to believe one will occur.” READ MORE: Man Shot By Philadelphia Police After Attacking 2 Officers With...
    On Tuesday, Piers Morgan interviewed Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen on his TalkTV program, Piers Morgan Uncensored, and blasted the Taliban’s “draconian” treatment of women in Afghanistan. The mere fact that Morgan put Shaheen on air led to headlines in the British press calling the interview “disgusting.” Morgan did not disappoint, however, in grilling the spokesman for the brutal Islamist regime’s treatment of women, an issue he clearly felt passionately about highlighting. Morgan noted that a recent decree in Afghanistan from the “vice and virtue ministry” in Afghanistan banned women in public from “revealing more than their eyes.” “So, whichever way you spin this, that is a draconian measure designed to suppress women more than they have been used to in the last two decades,” Morgan continued, referencing the Taliban take over of Afghanistan following the U.S. exit last summer. Morgan pushed Shaheen further, noting that when the Taliban took over they promised to be a “different kind of Taliban” and that “women had nothing to be scared about.” “I can’t think of anywhere else in the world that is doing...
    Morbidly obese women are at an increased risk of fracturing or breaking their leg bones if they trip and fall over, research presented at an obesity conference suggests. Scientists at the Quebec Research Centre, in Canada, performed a massive study where they found that women with the most severe cases of obesity were bout 40 percent more likely to damage a leg bone during the study than those of a healthy size, the biggest risk of any group. Dr Anne-Frederique Turcotte, an epidemiologist who led the study, suggested it may be because larger women had more 'difficulty stabilizing', leaving them at greater risk of falling over. She added that fat also releases a compound that weakens bones. The same pattern was not seen in men who participated in the study, with those who were underweight facing a two-fold higher risk of fracturing their arms — the highest of any group. The scientists did not say why this was the case, although it may be down to the design of the study. Previous research has suggested obese men are also more likely...
    Five-term U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), once considered a “moderate” who worked hard to cross the aisle, has all but obliterated her reputation in the past few years. The Maine Republican has grown into a staunch right-wing lawmaker who voted with then-President Donald Trump 65 percent of the time – despite Trump losing* her state in 2016. Collins recently came under fire for voting to confirm Justices Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, Samuel Alito (who is the author of the leaked opinion overturning Roe v. Wade,) and Chief Justice John Roberts. Last week she was accused of feigning surprise that all Gorsuch and Kavanaugh will likely vote to remove, for the first time in the nation’s history, a constitutional right. Now Collins is once again the target of criticism after she called the cops because someone sent her a message urging her to vote in favor of a bill to protect women’s rights to abortion, the Women’s Health Protection Act, by writing it in chalk on the sidewalk in front of her Bangor, Maine house. “Susie, please, Mainers want WHPA —–>...
    New York (CNN)Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen addressed the economic consequences of overturning Roe v. Wade on Tuesday during testimony before the Senate Banking Committee."I believe that eliminating the right of women to make decisions about when and whether to have children would have very damaging effects on the economy and would set women back decades," Yellen told lawmakers during an annual review of the Financial Stability Oversight Council, which she chairs.Yellen was responding to a question from Democratic Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey about the leaked draft opinion that revealed the US Supreme Court could overturn the landmark case. The Treasury secretary added that research shows Roe v. Wade had a favorable impact on the well-being and even the earnings of children. Republican Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina criticized Yellen's economic framing as "harsh.""Did you say that ending the life of a child is good for the labor force participation rate?" Scott said after Yellen's warning that rolling back abortion rights would be damaging to the economy. "Framing it in the context of labor force participation just feels...
    JOE Biden’s sister has said Meghan Markle should run for President – after claims the Duchess “trampled over people like a politician”. Valerie Biden Owens endorsement of the Duchess of Sussex comes as her biographer says he will reveal details about her ruthless ambition. 2Meghan Markle should run for President, says Joe Biden's sisterCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2Valerie Biden Owens also urged Meghan to join the Democratic PartyCredit: GMB Meghan’s outspoken views has led to speculation the 40-year-old could one day run for political office and even have a tilt at President. In an interview with GMB, Biden Owens was asked if the Duchess would make a good candidate “maybe one day for President” to which she replied: “Of course she will!” “It’s wonderful to have women in politics, the more women we have the better our democratic system will work,” she said. READ MORE ON MEGHAN MARKLEHA-ZZZZZ Meghan and Harry's $166m deal with Netflix 'at risk after pitching boring shows'NOTFLIX Harry & Meg's Netflix crew will be stopped from filming royal events during Jubilee She argued that as...
    There are peaceful protests planned outside of conservative Supreme Court justices’ houses this week. A few have already happened. One candlelight vigil was organized by one of Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s neighbors, a 39-year-old mother of two named Laci Wooten-Holway. A bit of The Washington Post’s writeup of her effort has gotten stuck in my craw: “A passing couple paused, reading her sign: “HONK 4 REPRO Rights and Bodily Autonomy.” “Good!” the woman said. “That I don’t agree with,” the man interjected. “I think you vote, and you expand the court. You don’t go to a guy’s house.”” Later, the same man is quoted as saying “I worry about lines being crossed…This constant escalation, I think, makes it dangerous.” Sir, with all due respect (very little, considering how glibly idiotic his “you simply expand the court!” remedy is to a very immediate concern): the Supreme Court is inside our bodies, and, for millions of American women, things are already very fucking dangerous—much more dangerous than having one’s view from the dinner table sullied by Maryland moms holding candles. If the...
    SEVEN in 10 women have set aside money in their budget just to afford feminine hygiene products, new research suggests. A survey of 2,000 American women found that although respondents reserve an average of $30 per month for sanitary pads, tampons, and other related products, 47 percent “always” or “often” go over budget. 1Almost half of survey respondents said they go over budget for hygiene productsCredit: Getty Women in the Northeast reported having the hardest time affording feminine hygiene products, with 82 percent having to set aside extra money. Members of the arts and entertainment industry were most likely to struggle with paying for these products (95 percent), while 78 percent of education professionals echoed this sentiment. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Premom, the survey also found that 73 percent believe these essential items should be accessible at all costs. Respondents think feminine hygiene products should especially be free of cost in high schools (39 percent), medical facilities (38 percent), and public restrooms (35 percent). READ MORE ABOUT SHOPPINGFINANCIAL MILESTONES Parents reveal 3 financial mistakes they don't want their...