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  • 03/22/18--05:09: What is negging?
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    Ever come across a so-called Pick-Up Artist? No? Lucky you.

    Pick-Up Artistry is the act of getting people to sleep with you.

    However, this isn’t by being yourself and hoping the other person likes you. Instead, you use a series of tactics and methods to get people into bed.

    If you feel this is disingenuous, perhaps you’d be right.

    There are aspect of PUA that aren’t as ominous as this lifestyle outwardly seems, teaching people confidence and how to be less worried about what people think of them.

    A number of the methods used by the self-titled ‘seduction community’, however, are downright horrific to learn about. One of those is negging.


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    (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    It can be difficult to muster the motivation to workout when you have to go to work.

    You start early, you finish late and in between, you’re rushing around the office like a blue-arsed fly.

    Finding the time to head to the gym can feel impossible. In an ideal world, you’d start your day with a solid session of fasted cardio before you started work – but if you struggle to wake up in time to be for 8am, there’s very little chance of you making it to a 6.30am class.

    Your best bet then is to try and go for a 45-minute blitz at lunchtime or straight after… Read the full story


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    This fashion brand is selling safety goggles as a legit accessory METRO GRAB taken from: https://www.brashystudios.com/products/safety-eyewear Credit: Brashy Studios
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    Today has already been a bloody good day for fashion.

    This morning we were blessed with sweat berets (duh, don’t you know? Berets you can wear to the gym, hun) and now the sartorial gods have bestowed upon us another gift.

    Safety goggles.

    Selling as ‘safety eyewear’, Los Angeles-based fashion brand Brashy Studios has given us no other info than this.

    Seeing as the goggles are selling for a cool $25 (£17.66), we would like some more details, please.

    What type of impact do they protect against? (Crimes against fashion?) What impact… Read the full story


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    ***ILLUSTRATION REQUEST*** I’m not an alcoholic but I think I have a problem with alcohol, what should I do? (1000 words) (Fiona Thomas)
    I’m not going on my own (Picture: Mmuffin for Metro.co.uk)

    Imagine this: you’re in your ex-boyfriend’s parents’ luxurious house in West London, filled with his closest friends and family, there to celebrate his engagement to a lovely woman, who also happens to be younger than you.

    And you didn’t bring a hot date.

    Instead, you forced your female best friend to come along while you get semi-drunk and try to dodge questions from his parents’ friends on how you know the groom.

    FYI: ‘I’m his ex-girlfriend’ will get you an awkward… Read the full story


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    City pollution absorbed by benches
    (Picture: Tony Kershaw/SWNS)

    Air pollution in the capital is something we’re all worried about.

    London consistently goes over the legal annual levels for air pollution within the first few weeks of the year – which is terrifying.

    But there are things we can do to stem the tide of noxious gases circulating around central London, as one company is proving.

    Green City Solution has come up with the CityTree, a functional solution to solving urban pollution.

    It’s a bench and pollution filter, and each unit has the air cleaning capacity of 275 trees while taking up just 1% of space real trees would need.

    So, how does the CityTree work?

    As well as providing somewhere… Read the full story


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    Social media can be a trigger for mental illness (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    The student lifestyle is stereotypically touted as an exercise in beer-swigging, where lazy young adults wake up around noon and saunter straight to the pub instead of the lecture theatre.

    Students are seen by some as laid-back party animals with little focus on their studies, when actually the current statistics prove that they are more stressed that ever.

    Between 2015 and 2016, more than 15,000 UK-based first-year students disclosed mental health issues and suicide rates are on the rise.

    I spoke to students with mental illness as well as a qualified therapist to see what can… Read the full story


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    Modern dating is a cesspit.

    Having been thrust back into the dating scene nine months ago, trust me, I get it.

    There are so many obstacles in your way in the journey to find love.

    First things first, you’ve got to procure a suitable potential date.

    Nowadays this usually involves spending hours each day swiping through various apps because, let’s face it, no one really meets in real life anymore do they.

    The next bit is arguably the trickiest. You need to build enough rapport with said person to actually make the date materialise.

    All the while avoiding being ghosted or keeping the momentum before the texting fizzles out.

    Read the full story

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    (Picture: Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.com)

    Is female facial and body hair the final taboo?

    It feels like it, considering the reactions to people’s Instagrams of their baby moustache hairs and underarms.

    Olivia Qualls is hoping to play a part in changing that.

    Diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome at 10 years old, Olivia has had thick, visible hair on her body and face for years.

    But growing up, she didn’t see any other women with facial hair – apart from bearded ladies in circus acts.

    She felt insecure and unfeminine, and quickly started shaving away any hair deemed unacceptable.

    Now, she’s done with hiding away and pretending her body hair doesn’t exist.… Read the full story


    Female Facial Hair PositiveFemale Facial Hair PositiveellencscottGREENUP, KENTUCKY, USA: THIS inspirational mum-of-one has been sharing her hirsutism and PCOS story on social media in a bid to help other young girls, and to be the person she needed after her facial hair made her feel like a ???freak??? growing up. Waitress, Olivia Qualls (30) who lives in Greenup, Kentucky, USA, was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was 10-years-old after suffering with severe tummy pains that made her pass out on her periods and she started to develop body hair. Growing up, Olivia didn???t see any positive female role models with facial hair, only women who were part of circus acts or side shows which made her feel like less of a girl. She started sharing pictures of her body hair under the hashtag, hirsutism to provide help to other girls who might feel isolated due to having body hair in places beauty stereotypes don???t permit. It???s been five years since she removed her underarm hair and a year since she shaved her legs, she does still shave her face from time to time due because of her work but now loves herself and knows that hair is not the only thing that defines her worth or beauty. Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.comGREENUP, KENTUCKY, USA: THIS inspirational mum-of-one has been sharing her hirsutism and PCOS story on social media in a bid to help other young girls, and to be the person she needed after her facial hair made her feel like a ???freak??? growing up. Waitress, Olivia Qualls (30) who lives in Greenup, Kentucky, USA, was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was 10-years-old after suffering with severe tummy pains that made her pass out on her periods and she started to develop body hair. Growing up, Olivia didn???t see any positive female role models with facial hair, only women who were part of circus acts or side shows which made her feel like less of a girl. She started sharing pictures of her body hair under the hashtag, hirsutism to provide help to other girls who might feel isolated due to having body hair in places beauty stereotypes don???t permit. It???s been five years since she removed her underarm hair and a year since she shaved her legs, she does still shave her face from time to time due because of her work but now loves herself and knows that hair is not the only thing that defines her worth or beauty. Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.comGREENUP, KENTUCKY, USA: THIS inspirational mum-of-one has been sharing her hirsutism and PCOS story on social media in a bid to help other young girls, and to be the person she needed after her facial hair made her feel like a ???freak??? growing up. Waitress, Olivia Qualls (30) who lives in Greenup, Kentucky, USA, was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was 10-years-old after suffering with severe tummy pains that made her pass out on her periods and she started to develop body hair. Growing up, Olivia didn???t see any positive female role models with facial hair, only women who were part of circus acts or side shows which made her feel like less of a girl. She started sharing pictures of her body hair under the hashtag, hirsutism to provide help to other girls who might feel isolated due to having body hair in places beauty stereotypes don???t permit. It???s been five years since she removed her underarm hair and a year since she shaved her legs, she does still shave her face from time to time due because of her work but now loves herself and knows that hair is not the only thing that defines her worth or beauty. Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.comGREENUP, KENTUCKY, USA: THIS inspirational mum-of-one has been sharing her hirsutism and PCOS story on social media in a bid to help other young girls, and to be the person she needed after her facial hair made her feel like a ???freak??? growing up. Waitress, Olivia Qualls (30) who lives in Greenup, Kentucky, USA, was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was 10-years-old after suffering with severe tummy pains that made her pass out on her periods and she started to develop body hair. Growing up, Olivia didn???t see any positive female role models with facial hair, only women who were part of circus acts or side shows which made her feel like less of a girl. She started sharing pictures of her body hair under the hashtag, hirsutism to provide help to other girls who might feel isolated due to having body hair in places beauty stereotypes don???t permit. It???s been five years since she removed her underarm hair and a year since she shaved her legs, she does still shave her face from time to time due because of her work but now loves herself and knows that hair is not the only thing that defines her worth or beauty. Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.comFemale Facial Hair PositiveFemale Facial Hair PositiveellencscottGREENUP, KENTUCKY, USA: THIS inspirational mum-of-one has been sharing her hirsutism and PCOS story on social media in a bid to help other young girls, and to be the person she needed after her facial hair made her feel like a ???freak??? growing up. Waitress, Olivia Qualls (30) who lives in Greenup, Kentucky, USA, was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was 10-years-old after suffering with severe tummy pains that made her pass out on her periods and she started to develop body hair. Growing up, Olivia didn???t see any positive female role models with facial hair, only women who were part of circus acts or side shows which made her feel like less of a girl. She started sharing pictures of her body hair under the hashtag, hirsutism to provide help to other girls who might feel isolated due to having body hair in places beauty stereotypes don???t permit. It???s been five years since she removed her underarm hair and a year since she shaved her legs, she does still shave her face from time to time due because of her work but now loves herself and knows that hair is not the only thing that defines her worth or beauty. Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.comGREENUP, KENTUCKY, USA: THIS inspirational mum-of-one has been sharing her hirsutism and PCOS story on social media in a bid to help other young girls, and to be the person she needed after her facial hair made her feel like a ???freak??? growing up. Waitress, Olivia Qualls (30) who lives in Greenup, Kentucky, USA, was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was 10-years-old after suffering with severe tummy pains that made her pass out on her periods and she started to develop body hair. Growing up, Olivia didn???t see any positive female role models with facial hair, only women who were part of circus acts or side shows which made her feel like less of a girl. She started sharing pictures of her body hair under the hashtag, hirsutism to provide help to other girls who might feel isolated due to having body hair in places beauty stereotypes don???t permit. It???s been five years since she removed her underarm hair and a year since she shaved her legs, she does still shave her face from time to time due because of her work but now loves herself and knows that hair is not the only thing that defines her worth or beauty. Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.comGREENUP, KENTUCKY, USA: THIS inspirational mum-of-one has been sharing her hirsutism and PCOS story on social media in a bid to help other young girls, and to be the person she needed after her facial hair made her feel like a ???freak??? growing up. Waitress, Olivia Qualls (30) who lives in Greenup, Kentucky, USA, was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was 10-years-old after suffering with severe tummy pains that made her pass out on her periods and she started to develop body hair. Growing up, Olivia didn???t see any positive female role models with facial hair, only women who were part of circus acts or side shows which made her feel like less of a girl. She started sharing pictures of her body hair under the hashtag, hirsutism to provide help to other girls who might feel isolated due to having body hair in places beauty stereotypes don???t permit. It???s been five years since she removed her underarm hair and a year since she shaved her legs, she does still shave her face from time to time due because of her work but now loves herself and knows that hair is not the only thing that defines her worth or beauty. Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.comGREENUP, KENTUCKY, USA: THIS inspirational mum-of-one has been sharing her hirsutism and PCOS story on social media in a bid to help other young girls, and to be the person she needed after her facial hair made her feel like a ???freak??? growing up. Waitress, Olivia Qualls (30) who lives in Greenup, Kentucky, USA, was diagnosed with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) when she was 10-years-old after suffering with severe tummy pains that made her pass out on her periods and she started to develop body hair. Growing up, Olivia didn???t see any positive female role models with facial hair, only women who were part of circus acts or side shows which made her feel like less of a girl. She started sharing pictures of her body hair under the hashtag, hirsutism to provide help to other girls who might feel isolated due to having body hair in places beauty stereotypes don???t permit. It???s been five years since she removed her underarm hair and a year since she shaved her legs, she does still shave her face from time to time due because of her work but now loves herself and knows that hair is not the only thing that defines her worth or beauty. Cooter Rasputin / @mostexalted / mediadrumworld.com

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    Beauty brands may look great and get glittering reviews, but for some people, they’re not always accessible.

    Before Fenty Beauty, a lot of mainstream cosmetics companies simply didn’t cater to darker skin.

    Glossier makes an effort to be inclusive to people of colour and represent their skin tones as well as represent women of different sizes and shapes in their adverts.

    But people can still feel put off by a brand that’s hyped up in an overwhelmingly white beauty industry.

    Glossier Brown is an Instagram that’s trying to help, by looking specifically at products that work for women of colour.

    Devin McGhee started the Instagram page to talk about… Read the full story


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    You can now eat your own face in lollipop form… if you’ve ever wanted to.

    It’s thanks to a new service which allows you to submit a photo and immortalise yourself in sweet form.

    The lollipops, dubbed the Face Licker, take less than a week to handcraft in a tutti-frutti flavour.

    They come from Firebox, and cost £39.99.


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    Unicorn horns in the form of ice cream are a thing and we need to get our hands on some.

    Co Op’s Rainbow Uni-Corns are essentially ice cream-filled unicorn horns, and they’re, in true unicorn form, incredibly Instagrammable.

    The rainbow cones are made using vanilla and raspberry ice cream, and come topped with raspberry sauce rainbow sprinkles.

    Co op rainbow ice… <a href=Read the full story

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    Austria’s capital, Vienna, must be laughing at the rest of the world as it once again takes the title of the most liveable city.

    A survey of 231 cities which looks at political stability, health care, education, crime, recreation and transport, crowned Vienna the champion.

    Europe featured eight times in the list of the top ten, with Switzerland and Germany each boasting three cities, according to the survey from HR consultant firm Mercer.

    No one can beat the the hometown of Freud as it’s reigned supreme for nine years in a row, probably thanks to its healthcare, cultural scene, and housing that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.

    Read the full story

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    No matter how much empathy we have for someone who’s suffered a loss, sometimes the topic of death can make it hard for us to articulate our feelings.

    When someone you know has lost someone close – be it a parent, spouse, or child – you want to send you condolences without coming across wrong.

    There are plenty of ways to do this sensitive manner, extending the hand of friendship or love in a way they’ll appreciate.

    First you need to be mindful of how well you knew the person that’s passed and the family or person you’re sending your condolences to.

    You can introduce yourself at the start of… Read the full story


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    It seems every other day, there’s a new brand or film that faces backlash for not being diverse enough.

    So why should film and media have a duty to be diverse?

    The idea is that media should be reflective of a multicultural, multi faith, and diverse audience, which is needed to tell different stories and perspectives.

    People suggest that representation in entertainment is meant to be empowering for those who don’t normally see themselves in the media.

    But representation on a TV show or film is fleeting, it’s performative, and relevant for a short amount to time, it doesn’t affect real change.

    Because minorities are an under-represented group in fictional… Read the full story


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    Sainsbury’s has always had our little vegan backs.

    Remember when they released an entire range of vegan cheese back in September 2016? Which so enraged one internet troll that they demanded it be called Gary instead of cheese?

    This didn’t deter Saino’s, who launched even more versions of Gary on his first anniversary last September, including Cheddar-style slices and Cheddar-style with chives.

    Their vegan cream cheese spread is so good – fry up some really thin slices of firm smoked tofu and shove them on a bagel with lashings of this cream cheese and it’s like… Read the full story


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    Esther* was just six years old when she was raped on her way home from school.

    The attacker lured her in by offering to buy her doughnuts. He managed to cajole her into coming to his house to get some money for the snack, locked the door, gagged her and raped her.

    At the time, she says she was completely terrified.

    ‘I thought he was going to kill me,’ she says.

    ‘The problem was that he closed the door. If he had not closed the door, then it would have been all right – but he closed the door. And I know that when you want to kill someone, you have to close the door.’

    A year on, Esther still thinks about that day.

    ‘Sometimes when I’m by myself I think about it and it’s terrifying and I get really, really angry and I feel disgusted.I know it happened a while ago, but sometimes when I’m by myself the thoughts come back, and they’re still very terrifying.

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  • 03/22/18--08:35: Is slugging a good idea?
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    If SkincareAddiction is doing something, we’re interested – especially after the surprise success of skin gritting.

    So naturally, when we heard about slugging, a skincare technique loved by people on Reddit, we had to find out if it was a good idea.

    For those not in the know (we didn’t have a clue either), slugging refers to turning yourself into a slug.

    Not literally. You make your face as slick and shiny as a slug you’d find in your garden, by smothering yourself in Vaseline before you head to sleep.

    Fans of slugging say it leaves your skin super soft, plumped, and clear.

    And… Read the full story


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    It’s tricky to tell what a dress you order online will look like on you when you can only see it worn by super tall, super slim models.

    To remedy that all-too-common issue, ASOS is planning to show outfits on different models with different body types.

    Which means you’ll be able to see how the same dress sits on someone tall and slim and shorter, someone with bigger hips, and someone a little shorter.

    That’s a pretty big deal – not just in terms of making shopping easier (and hopefully reducing how often we end up having to return things that looked loads better on the model) but for representation. It… Read the full story


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    This horn-shape vacuum flask will help you channel your inner Viking
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    As a species, we love our vices, and none more so than the socially acceptable vice that is coffee.

    Unfortunately, the amount of disposable coffee cups we use is killing the planet, as the majority are non-recyclable – currently, only one in 400 takeaway coffee cups can be recycled.

    This results in 2.5 billion of the bloody things ending up in landfill every year, which is why it’s so galling that the Tories recently rejected the 25p ‘latte levy’ proposal.

    It’s like they love to watch the world burn. From their ivory… Read the full story


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    London?s first eco-friendly, human-powered gym is opening picture: Terra Hale pictures supplied to metro.co.uk
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    A month or so ago, Rebel 1 announced that they were going single-use plastic free.

    Gyms are hotbeds of unnecessary plastic waste; the numbers of plastic bottles and protein shake cups that get binned every day is absurd. In fact, Rebel 1 took action after calculating that its annual plastic bottle consumption exceeded over 37,000 units at its two City-based studios.

    But boutique fitness company Terra Hale has gone one further in a bid to stem the tide of plastic pollution.

    Terra Hale is London’s first completely eco-friendly, human-powered gym, where effort isn’t measured in… Read the full story


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