August 1, 2021

Women

Religious man holds up sign at Jacksonville Beach telling women to ‘dress modest’

A religious fan has ignited fury by parading down a Florida beach with a sign demanding that women “dress modest”.

TikTok user @.katie.simmons was minding her own business at Jacksonville Beach in the US when a middle-aged religious fanatic blocked her view.

She captured the entire incident on camera, and since sharing it to TikTok on Monday, it has gone viral with more than 680,000 views.

Standing in front of her, the man held up his aggressive handwritten sign.

It read: “God says Christian women dress modest.

“1 Timothy 2:19.

“Repent. Turn to Jesus.”

But Katie was having none of

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TikToker slams man telling women to dress modestly at beach

A woman says she was harassed by a man on a Florida beach after he stood in front of her holding a sign about modesty while she was wearing a bathing suit.

TikTok user @.katie.simmons, who goes by Katie on the app, questioned the sign which read, “God says Christian women dress modest” — in a now-popular TikTok with almost 660,000 views.

“Sir, it’s a beach,” Katie can be heard saying in the clip. “Are we supposed to dress modest at a beach?”

“God doesn’t want women —” the man begins before Katie interrupts.

In the past, TikTokers used

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In the world of whiskey men, more women are calling for shots | Lifestyle

In 2018, the three founders of Miram & Greene, a distillery in Blanco, Texas, traveled for the first time to the San Antonio Cocktail Conference, one of the state’s largest gatherings of bartenders, distilleries, and their army of fans. They were excited to introduce the new whiskey until they found the assigned table stuck in a corner far from the action.

Cold shoulders may have come because they weren’t used to the scene, or because some of the whiskey was made outside Texas. But not all three helped — entrepreneur Masha Miram. Heather Green, CEO and Master Blender. And Marlene

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Olympian Allyson Felix Launched a Sneaker Just For Women

Olympian Allyson Felix has fire in her belly as an advocate for fellow mothers who are athletes, record-breaking speed in her feet, and the guts of an innovative entrepreneur unafraid to create a product.

Felix is a six-time gold medalist who “is the most decorated U.S. track and field athlete of all time,” according to the Olympics.

But before competing in the Olympics, the athlete and entrepreneur created “a lifestyle sneaker designed for and by women” under her brand called Saysh. Additionally, “a community-centered lifestyle brand that creates products for, and by, women” was also created. However, when it comes

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Men die at a higher rate from COVID than women. So why are they less likely to take the vaccine?

Kelley Perkins rolled up her sleeve with no hesitation when the COVID-19 vaccine was first made available to health care workers last December.

The 32-year-old worked as a traveling nurse in the Houston area at the time and was posted at St. Joseph’s Medical Center near downtown. In the intensive care unit, she saw the virus devastate family after family when their loved ones died.

But her experience as a nurse isn’t the only reason she was ready to take the vaccine.

“I believe in evidenced-based medicine, and I believe public health is a social issue,” Perkins said. “For us

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Relationship expert completely divides opinion after revealing five ways women can let men know they’re enjoying sex

A RELATIONSHIP expert has divided opinion after revealing five ways women can let men know they’re enjoying sex.

Teresa Young shared a video to her 250.5K followers on TikTok explaining some tips and tricks in the bedroom. 

Teresa Young has shared her five tips for women to let men know they are enjoying sex

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Teresa Young has shared her five tips for women to let men know they are enjoying sexCredit: TikTok/@teresalyoung

Filming herself, she wrote out the tips in the video, which has been viewed 2M times, and said: “Don’t just meet his needs, find pleasure in the experience too!

“Say YES more often. 

“Move your body with his and convey that you are

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In the male world of whiskey, more women are calling the shots | Lifestyle

In 2018, the three founders of Milam & Greene, a distillery in Blanco, Texas, made their first trip to the San Antonio Cocktail Conference, one of the state’s largest gatherings of bartenders, distillers and their legions of fans. They were excited to introduce their new whiskey, until they found their assigned table — stuck in a corner, far from the action.

The cold shoulder might have come because they were new to the scene, or because a portion of their whiskey was made outside Texas. But it didn’t help that all three of them — Marsha Milam, entrepreneur; Heather Greene,

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How can men comfort PMSing women?

PMS is a very common condition that affects more than 90 per cent of menstruating women. It has a wide variety of symptoms for a couple of days before the menstrual cycle and makes a woman go through turmoil emotionally, physically as it also impacts behaviour. The signs and symptoms include mood swings, food cravings, fatigue, aggression and depression, etc.

Women suffer a lot during this time and crave love and attention from the men around them, especially their partners. Studies suggest that a woman’s partner can help decrease her PMS symptoms.

But do men really know how to deal

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The WHO alcohol-pregnancy warning for childbearing women overlooks men, as usual

The World Health Organization is advising that “women of childbearing age” should be a focus of alcohol prevention efforts — regardless of whether they know they’re pregnant. The suggestion was included in an early draft of the organization’s global action plan on alcohol, which argues that anti-alcohol campaigns should target women specifically due to the risks alcohol poses to the health of a fetus. Yes, even a fictitious, does-not-yet-exist fetus.

The onus, at least according to science, does not just fall on women who choose to imbibe. But it does in the minds of WHO officials.

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