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    Jerking awake one night at 3am into an inhospitable but familiar darkness I felt — finally — at the end of my tether.  Like so many women before me, I had no idea that these problems might be linked to fluctuating hormones, writes MARIELLA FROSTRUP For two years I'd been plagued with insomnia; endless nights spent lying there with my heart pounding, my eyes feeling wide open even when closed, moving rapidly beneath my eyelids. During the day I was exhausted, anxious, stressed and bad-tempered. I hadn't felt like 'myself' for so long that I could hardly remember who the real me was. Yet because my periods hadn't entirely stopped, I — like so many women before me — had no idea that these problems might be linked to fluctuating hormones.  Besides, I'd had the grand sum of just two hot flushes. I didn't think that counted as menopausal. How naive I was back then. Finally, aged 49, and utterly desperate, I decided that something had to be done. So began a gruelling six-month journey that saw me visit three...
    Many couples trying for a baby turn to technology to work out the ‘perfect’ window in which to conceive. But instead they should just focus on having sex every other day, according to a leading fertility expert. Women have increasingly been using trendy phone apps and test kits to ‘track’ when they are ovulating – releasing an egg. This has raised concerns that focusing on ovulation may mean they neglect having sex at other times. Professor Adam Balen, former chairman of the British Fertility Society, told the Daily Mail: ‘Couples should ideally be having sex every other day to maximise their chances of having a baby. Many couples trying for a baby turn to technology to work out the ‘perfect’ window in which to conceive (stock image) ‘If men do not have sex regularly, older sperm building up in their body can release chemicals which may cause other sperm to die.’ He added: ‘Women sometimes get too hung up on ovulation, wait only for that day to have sex, and do it less often as a result.’ Professor Balen, an...
    MOST women couldn’t live without their female friends, who back them up and support them through good times and bad. While many face misogyny in their everyday lives from men, women are known for being each other’s biggest cheerleaders and closest confidantes. 5Towie's Lydia Bright has been targeted by mum-shamers for giving her daughter Loretta a dummy 5Dani Dyer was abused for using a babysitter for her son Santiago So why does the opposite often seem to be true online? In the digital world, a dark undercurrent of women turning on each other is on the rise, creating an increasingly toxic environment. Lies and death threats are aimed specifically at mums who dare to make a living from sites such as Instagram. Could the reason behind this toxicity be that women on social media are viewed as trying to portray themselves as perfect role models? Or is it simply envy? Read more on mum-shamingmum's the word I was mum-shamed at 16 & judged ‘too old’ when I fell pregnant at 43 Research by the Priory mental health clinics found half...
    Bill Burr shared his thoughts on the ongoing Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial during a recent podcast. On Monday’s episode of his show Monday Morning Podcast, Burr expressed support for Depp saying, “I’m too big a Johnny Depp fan to watch that.” “I love that guy and I just — I don’t want to hear all these personal details and shit. From what I’ve seen the guy is fucking destroying. And what’s great about this, is if he really does expose this woman for lying, I’m wondering. All these people that, you know, just accepted her lies about him if they’re going to apologize somehow,” Burr said. He continued, “They publicly trashed him, it’d be nice if they publicly apologized and said ‘maybe next time we won’t jump to conclusions.'” “It really does amaze me how the pendulum just does not seem to swing the other way. All of these women’s groups that when they see a woman that lies like this, which really hurts their position, because there are women out there that are in...
    SITTING in the mother and baby group with her infant son Jaxon, Rachael Creswell listened in awkward silence as the other mums swapped stories of epidurals and episiotomies. “One of them asked about my labour, and I explained I’d had a caesarean. I was so stunned when she called it an ‘unnatural birth’ – as opposed to her ‘natural’ one – that I didn’t know how to respond,” says Rachael, 41, a mum of five from Paignton, Devon. 4Mum-of-one Sera found herself shamed for having a C-section 4But Sera says 'The C-section was the right choice. My son’s life was my primary concern and I adored him, but deep down I was also hugely disappointed' “After that, they all turned away from me and didn’t include me in their conversation any more. In their eyes, I wasn’t a ‘real mum’ who had rejected painkillers and panted for hours on all-fours – even though I had, before Jaxon’s head got stuck in the birth canal and I needed an emergency C-section to save his life. “But it was evident they...
    TRUST is the corner stone of a good relationship. If you constantly suspect that your significant other is being unfaithful, you’ll never feel comfortable or relaxed around them. 3A relationship expert said women are often obvious about their unfaithfulnessCredit: TikTok/ask_kimberly 3If you notice a sudden pep in her step, she may be finding love elsewhereCredit: TikTok/ask_kimberly A relationship expert named Kimberly Moffit, who goes by @ask_kimberly on TikTok, said there are four signs to look out for if you suspect your girlfriend is cheating. “I’ve worked with hundreds of people who have gotten cheated on, but I’ve also had the weird experience of working with the cheaters themselves. “So I know that these things are true.” SUDDEN SMILE The first tell-tale sign that a woman is cheating, Kimberly said, is if you find her random smiling or giggling a lot. READ MORE RELATIONSHIP STORIESSHOW IT I’m a psychologist – there are four ways to make a person like you backLOVE REPELLENT I'm an expert, dating is desperate – here are all the mistakes you're making “Unlike men to tend to...
    THESE days, people will pay for anything, including a service that helps them choose a baby name. In fact, one woman turned her passion for understanding the meaning behind baby names into a full-time job that can make her up to $30K a name. 3Taylor A. Humphrey names other people's babies for a livingCredit: Mark Andrew Culp 3She began her business in 2018 after having a life-long fascination with name meaningsCredit: Getty Taylor A. Humphrey, 33, began her journey back in 2015 when she started sharing her favorite baby names and their meanings on social media. "I found there was a very high engagement considering how few followers I had," she told The Sun in an exclusive interview. "When I began posting on Instagram, people were coming to me about their love for names. "I was always a name nerd, so I was very surprised there were a lot of us." Read More Lifestyle ExclusivesSMOOTH MOVES We moved into a VAN together months after meeting– what life on the go is likeSPEECHLESS I’ve been a wedding planner for...
    New York's Letitia James and five other Attorneys General are pressuring the NFL to address allegations of workplace inequality or risk being investigated over potential violations of local, state and federal antidiscrimination laws. In an open letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, the six signatories shared 'grave concerns' about claims of workplace harassment of women and minorities within the league, and specifically cited a February article in The New York Times that contained allegations from 30 former league employees. In that article, female former staffers said they were forced to watch video of ex-Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punching his then-fiancée in Atlantic City elevator in 2014, pressured to quit positions after questioning the NFL over issues of sexual harassment, and were asked to publicly state if they're a victim of domestic violence. New York's Letitia James (pictured) and five other Attorneys General are pressuring the NFL to address allegations of workplace inequality or risk being investigated over potential violations of local, state and federal antidiscrimination laws In an open letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell (pictured), the six...
    A massive chair-swinging brawl broke out at a seafood restaurant on New York's City Island, with the entire scene captured on video. The video, which has garnered over 55,000 views since it was posted on World Star Hip Hop on Thursday, was shot inside Seafood City in the Bronx's famed seafood spot, City Island. The video starts with a pair of women as they begin to punch each other inside the restaurant, before others join in the fracas. Some guests gawp at the growing melee while others make their way towards the exit as the brawl begins to spread throughout the restaurant, with the women eventually grabbing metal chairs to use as weapons as the confrontation escalates.  Scroll down for video  'The f***** ghetto,' the video's caption read. 'I already see how the summer is coming' Pictured: one of the women grabs a metal chair and begins using it as a weapon as the brawl escalates Onlookers attempt to remove one woman off of another as they two fight on the restaurant floor 'The f***** ghetto,' the video's caption read....
    Nkeki Obi-Melekwe performs during the first birthday gala performance of "Tina: The Tina Turner Musical" in London in 2019.David M. Benett | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Nkeki Obi-Melekwe is soaring high as the star of Broadway's "Tina: The Tina Turner Musical." Yet when Covid-19 pandemic shut down Broadway in March 2020, she was one of millions of suddenly unemployed workers. At the time, she was an alternate for the role of Tina Turner. She left New York and spent time with her family in North Carolina. "For me, as an artist, telling stories and speaking to an audience through performance is such a large part of who I am that for a long time, I felt like a part of myself just wasn't intact," said Obi-Melekwe, who is 25. Fortunately, she knew that the show would come back to Broadway. More from Invest in You:Deepak Chopra: Here's how to land the right job during the 'Great Reshuffle'This company 'surprises and delights' employees to keep them happyA four-day workweek doesn't mean less work. Here's how to do it "I...
    Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images https://www.mediaite.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Bill-Burr-Bizarre-Rant-On-Ukraine-And-Feminism.mp3 Bill Burr went on a bizarre rant while addressing the conflict in Ukraine, ultimately comparing Russia, and other invading forces, to feminist rhetoric. The comedian first mocked Americans for “getting all fucking upset” about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, pointing to the fact that the United States military has also invaded other countries. “They can’t put two and two together and be like, ‘Oh, is this what invading a country looks like? Wait, have we ever done that?'” Burr said on his show, Monday Morning Podcast. The host went on to joke that Americans need a war version of Us Weekly magazine’s “Stars — They’re Just Like Us,” highlighting that like Russia, the U.S. has also invaded countries unprovoked. “I always have this fantasy that everyone around the world just quits the military on the same day at the same moment,” Burr added, suggesting that soldiers just tell their leaders to fight their own battles. Making an unexpected turn, Burr then compared the invasion of Ukraine, and the reaction to the conflict, to feminism. “When they’re just, ‘Male toxicity,’...
    (CNN)It could have been me. It could have been any of us. This is the sickening feeling I've been trying to process alongside my Asian American female friends and colleagues as we grapple with the horror of yet another Asian American woman brutally killed in an unprovoked attack. It's the same feeling that overcame me when a man went on a shooting spree in three Atlanta-area spas last year, murdering eight people in two counties, six of them Asian women. The convicted murderer, Robert Aaron Long, pleaded guilty to four of the killings in Cherokee County and was sentenced to life in prison. And he is still facing additional murder and hate crime charges (and the death penalty) in Fulton County, where he has pleaded not guilty. Amara Walker Read MoreChristina Yuna Lee, 35, entered her apartment building in the early morning hours on February 13 and, according to a complaint filed by the Manhattan District Attorney's office, a man pushed the door open as it closed behind her, following her inside. Prosecutors say 25-year-old Assamad Nash allegedly...
    Muhammad Yungai's 'We Shall Always March Ahead' mural is displayed on the side of Privado Grooming Barbershop in Atlanta's Vine City neighborhood.Raymond Boyd | Michael Ochs Archives | Getty Images Legendary civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., grew up and preached in the Old Fourth Ward of Atlanta. Soon, that neighborhood will also be the site of a new guaranteed income experiment named in his honor. The program is slated to provide more than $13 million in transfers over the next two years to 650 Black women in that neighborhood and other suburban and rural areas of Georgia. Its name — In Her Hands — was inspired by a King quote. In a 1967 speech, "Where Do We Go From Here?" given in Atlanta, King said, "The dignity of the individual will flourish when the decisions concerning his life are in his own hands, when he has the assurance that his income is stable and certain, and when he know that he has the means to seek self-improvement." More from Personal Finance:Childless black workers to benefit most from...
    Jennifer C. Braceras is director of Independent Women's Law Center and lead author of 'Competition: Title IX, Male-Bodied Athletes, and the Threat to Women's Sports.'  USA Swimming's new policy to accommodate transgender athletes discriminates against women. Last month, faced with growing controversy over transgender athlete Lia Thomas's utter domination of women's collegiate swimming competitions, the NCAA threw up its hands. The NCAA Board of Governors voted for a sport-by-sport approach to addressing the issue.  They empowered the governing bodies of each sport to set eligibility for women's competitions based on sport-specific testosterone requirements. Unfortunately, USA Swimming's attempt to strike a compromise that would accommodate some transgender athletes while also preserving fair competition for women is a complete failure. The insistence by the NCAA and USA Swimming that there is a way to create fair competition between post-pubescent males and females denies science. And the end product is a policy that favors inclusion of transgender athletes at the expense of women. The new policy, which endorses the participation of trans athletes in women's sports, requires athletes to prove to an independent...
    It's often said that men and women's brains work so differently that one sex is from Venus and the other is from Mars. Well now a new study supports this hypothesis after finding 1,000 genes that are much more active in one gender than the other. It looked into how male and female mouse brains differ by probing areas that are known to program 'rating, dating, mating and hating' behaviours.  The behaviours — for example, male mice's quick determination of a stranger's sex, females' receptivity to mating, and maternal protectiveness — help the animals reproduce and their offspring survive. These differences are also likely reflected in the brains of men and women, the researchers from Stanford Medicine said.  A new study looked into how male and female mouse brains differ by probing areas that are known to program 'rating, dating, mating and hating' behaviours. These differences are also likely reflected in the brains of men and women, the researchers from Stanford Medicine said Scientists studied female mice in different phases of their estrous cycle and male mice. They probed four different...
    Bachelor fans are furious with a contestant who mocked one of her competitors for having a mental disorder - prompting outcry from viewers who have branded her an 'ableist bully'.  On Monday night, Bachelor contestant Elizabeth Corrigan, 32, tried to clear up some drama with fellow contestant Shanae Ankney, 29, by confiding that she has ADHD. But rather than show understanding or be sympathetic, Shanae, from Ohio, weaponized the confession, shared it with the other women on the show, and made fun of Colorado-based real estate agent Elizabeth. Bachelor fans are furious with a contestant who mocked one of her competitors for having a mental disorder On Monday night, Bachelor contestant Elizabeth Corrigan (right), 32, tried to clear up some drama with fellow contestant Shanae Ankney (left), 29, by confiding that she has ADHD Elizabeth was seen getting close to this season's Bachelor, Clayton Echard - which made fellow contestant Shanae jealous In the new episode, Elizabeth was seen getting close to this season's Bachelor, Clayton Echard — which made fellow contestant Shanae jealous. So Shanae told Clayton that Elizabeth was 'two-faced,'...
    Prosecutors in the US are under pressure to put other women suspected of sex trafficking for Jeffrey Epstein on trial after Maxwell’s conviction. After he committed suicide in jail in 2019, the authorities turned their attention to others named by his victims, starting with Maxwell. Now four women previously granted immunity from prosecution face an uncertain future. They are: Sarah Kellen If there was one person mentioned almost as much as Maxwell and Epstein during the trial, it was Sarah Kellen. She was their personal assistant and has been dubbed Epstein’s ‘lieutenant’ for allegedly recruiting and booking girls for ‘massages’. Carolyn, one of the victims, said that for the first year or two Maxwell called her to schedule massages for Epstein, which began when she was 14. After that it was Miss Kellen who called her. Sarah Ransome, another victim, told The New York Times that ‘it was Ghislaine and Sarah Kellen that showed me how to please Jeffrey’. Now 42, she is married to a racing driver and is an interior designer going by the name Sarah Kensington. Last year,...
    A Kiwi newsreader has made history by becoming the first person to anchor a TV news bulletin with a traditional face tattoo.  ​Oriini Kaipara, 37, who has a moko kauae, a traditional lower chin tattoo worn by Māori women, read Newshub Live's 6pm news bulletin in New Zealand on Monday.  The mother-of-four from Auckland discovered she was 100 per cent Māori after taking a DNA test in 2017. ​Oriini Kaipara, 37, who has a moko kauae, a traditional lower chin tattoo worn by Māori women, read Newshub Live's 6pm news bulletin on Monday The mother-of-four from Auckland said the moment fulfilled a lifelong dream and hoped she was the first in a long line of Maori women reading the news with traditional tattoos The newsreader then decided to adopt the Māori tattoo in 2019 in a process known as Tā moko, which represents family heritage and social status.  For Māori women the moko was a rite of passage, marking the passage between girl and adulthood and symbolises transformation. Kaipara said presenting the primetime bulletin fulfilled a lifelong dream and said she hoped...
    A young mum who gave birth while in a coma after contracting Covid has finally been allowed to go home after spending nearly three months in intensive care. Saskia Lane, 21, from Partridge Green, West Sussex, tested positive for Covid on August 27 and was admitted to intensive care at Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath after breathing difficulties. Saskia, who was eight months pregnant at this time, was sent down for an emergency c-section on September 4 to help her body recover. But devastatingly, Saskia wasn't woken up following the birth of her daughter, Betsy Mae Blackman, who is now three-months-old, after doctors decided to keep her in an induced coma to give her the best chance of survival. After three weeks in an induced coma, Saskia was woken up on September 25 and met her daughter for the first time on September 30 after her partner Lee Blackman, 23, brought in Betsy for the first time. Saskia was able to go home on November 6 to her partner and two children - Betsy and Eliza, two - and...
    Single mother, Latina trucker working as a big rig driver for three years. The trucking industry has always been notoriously white and male. But according to findings in a report from Convoy, in 2020, a sharp shift toward more diversity was noted. Now, 64% of carriers report that they are at least 51% owned by a member of a diverse group—an increase of nearly 14% of non-white drivers in the last five years.  But, for women, the jump to inclusion has been glacial, with just one group bucking the machismo system to embrace these coveted jobs with higher wages and flexible hours. Latinas may only make up 6.6% of the truck drivers in the U.S. now, but as reported by NBC News, employment among Latinas is speeding past that of Hispanic men, and they’re jumping into these coveted trucking jobs in the hopes of joining the high-five-figure-and-up salary club.  According to  Mónica García-Pérez, an economics professor at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, specializing in labor economics, although Latinas aren’t rushing into the seats of big rigs, they are filling jobs in warehouses and distribution centers, in fields that were traditionally...