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    (Picture: Amy Chinnick / MDWfeatures)

    22-year-old Amy Chinnick, from South Wales, was so scared when clumps of her hair started falling out.

    At first, she’d noticed her fringe thinning while out celebrating her birthday in London, but a few weeks later, bald patches started appearing almost all over her head.

    Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body.

    Eventually, so much hair had fallen out that Amy’s boyfriend Ryan, decided to shave Amy’s head.

    When her hair began falling out, she felt insecure and refused to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers.

    But in September 2017, Amy decided enough… Read the full story


    Bald and beautifulBald and beautifulhattiegladwellmetroShe used to suffer from anxiety and would wear wigs, but now she embraces her look with pride. THIS STUNNING British chef was left feeling scared when clumps of her hair fell out to discover she had alopecia until her boyfriend shaved all her hair off and her response was to post her new look on Facebook for the world to judge the results. In 2016, Cook, Amy Chinnick (22), from South Wales, UK, was at her 22nd birthday party in London when she noticed her fringe thinning. She didn???t think much of it until a few weeks later when she saw bald patches appearing almost all over her head. Her boyfriend, Ryan, decided to shave it all off as there was hardly any hairs left on her head. Her dad was the first person to buy her a wig. Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body. When her hair began falling out, Amy felt insecure and never failed to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers. In September 2017, Amy decided she was sick of hiding from her condition and made the brave decision to post a picture of her hair-free head informing her friends and family what happened. She no longer apologises or hides from her condition with the hope of spreading awareness of alopecia. Amy Chinnick / MDWfeaturesAmy began noticing clumps of her hair falling out a few weeks after her birthday in 2016. THIS STUNNING British chef was left feeling scared when clumps of her hair fell out to discover she had alopecia until her boyfriend shaved all her hair off and her response was to post her new look on Facebook for the world to judge the results. In 2016, Cook, Amy Chinnick (22), from South Wales, UK, was at her 22nd birthday party in London when she noticed her fringe thinning. She didn???t think much of it until a few weeks later when she saw bald patches appearing almost all over her head. Her boyfriend, Ryan, decided to shave it all off as there was hardly any hairs left on her head. Her dad was the first person to buy her a wig. Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body. When her hair began falling out, Amy felt insecure and never failed to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers. In September 2017, Amy decided she was sick of hiding from her condition and made the brave decision to post a picture of her hair-free head informing her friends and family what happened. She no longer apologises or hides from her condition with the hope of spreading awareness of alopecia. Amy Chinnick / MDWfeaturesThe chef is now confident and educated about her condition. THIS STUNNING British chef was left feeling scared when clumps of her hair fell out to discover she had alopecia until her boyfriend shaved all her hair off and her response was to post her new look on Facebook for the world to judge the results. In 2016, Cook, Amy Chinnick (22), from South Wales, UK, was at her 22nd birthday party in London when she noticed her fringe thinning. She didn???t think much of it until a few weeks later when she saw bald patches appearing almost all over her head. Her boyfriend, Ryan, decided to shave it all off as there was hardly any hairs left on her head. Her dad was the first person to buy her a wig. Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body. When her hair began falling out, Amy felt insecure and never failed to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers. In September 2017, Amy decided she was sick of hiding from her condition and made the brave decision to post a picture of her hair-free head informing her friends and family what happened. She no longer apologises or hides from her condition with the hope of spreading awareness of alopecia. Amy Chinnick / MDWfeaturesHer confidence has bloomed since revealing her true appearance. THIS STUNNING British chef was left feeling scared when clumps of her hair fell out to discover she had alopecia until her boyfriend shaved all her hair off and her response was to post her new look on Facebook for the world to judge the results. In 2016, Cook, Amy Chinnick (22), from South Wales, UK, was at her 22nd birthday party in London when she noticed her fringe thinning. She didn???t think much of it until a few weeks later when she saw bald patches appearing almost all over her head. Her boyfriend, Ryan, decided to shave it all off as there was hardly any hairs left on her head. Her dad was the first person to buy her a wig. Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body. When her hair began falling out, Amy felt insecure and never failed to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers. In September 2017, Amy decided she was sick of hiding from her condition and made the brave decision to post a picture of her hair-free head informing her friends and family what happened. She no longer apologises or hides from her condition with the hope of spreading awareness of alopecia. Amy Chinnick / MDWfeaturesBald and beautifulBald and beautifulhattiegladwellmetroShe used to suffer from anxiety and would wear wigs, but now she embraces her look with pride. THIS STUNNING British chef was left feeling scared when clumps of her hair fell out to discover she had alopecia until her boyfriend shaved all her hair off and her response was to post her new look on Facebook for the world to judge the results. In 2016, Cook, Amy Chinnick (22), from South Wales, UK, was at her 22nd birthday party in London when she noticed her fringe thinning. She didn???t think much of it until a few weeks later when she saw bald patches appearing almost all over her head. Her boyfriend, Ryan, decided to shave it all off as there was hardly any hairs left on her head. Her dad was the first person to buy her a wig. Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body. When her hair began falling out, Amy felt insecure and never failed to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers. In September 2017, Amy decided she was sick of hiding from her condition and made the brave decision to post a picture of her hair-free head informing her friends and family what happened. She no longer apologises or hides from her condition with the hope of spreading awareness of alopecia. Amy Chinnick / MDWfeaturesAmy began noticing clumps of her hair falling out a few weeks after her birthday in 2016. THIS STUNNING British chef was left feeling scared when clumps of her hair fell out to discover she had alopecia until her boyfriend shaved all her hair off and her response was to post her new look on Facebook for the world to judge the results. In 2016, Cook, Amy Chinnick (22), from South Wales, UK, was at her 22nd birthday party in London when she noticed her fringe thinning. She didn???t think much of it until a few weeks later when she saw bald patches appearing almost all over her head. Her boyfriend, Ryan, decided to shave it all off as there was hardly any hairs left on her head. Her dad was the first person to buy her a wig. Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body. When her hair began falling out, Amy felt insecure and never failed to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers. In September 2017, Amy decided she was sick of hiding from her condition and made the brave decision to post a picture of her hair-free head informing her friends and family what happened. She no longer apologises or hides from her condition with the hope of spreading awareness of alopecia. Amy Chinnick / MDWfeaturesThe chef is now confident and educated about her condition. THIS STUNNING British chef was left feeling scared when clumps of her hair fell out to discover she had alopecia until her boyfriend shaved all her hair off and her response was to post her new look on Facebook for the world to judge the results. In 2016, Cook, Amy Chinnick (22), from South Wales, UK, was at her 22nd birthday party in London when she noticed her fringe thinning. She didn???t think much of it until a few weeks later when she saw bald patches appearing almost all over her head. Her boyfriend, Ryan, decided to shave it all off as there was hardly any hairs left on her head. Her dad was the first person to buy her a wig. Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body. When her hair began falling out, Amy felt insecure and never failed to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers. In September 2017, Amy decided she was sick of hiding from her condition and made the brave decision to post a picture of her hair-free head informing her friends and family what happened. She no longer apologises or hides from her condition with the hope of spreading awareness of alopecia. Amy Chinnick / MDWfeaturesHer confidence has bloomed since revealing her true appearance. THIS STUNNING British chef was left feeling scared when clumps of her hair fell out to discover she had alopecia until her boyfriend shaved all her hair off and her response was to post her new look on Facebook for the world to judge the results. In 2016, Cook, Amy Chinnick (22), from South Wales, UK, was at her 22nd birthday party in London when she noticed her fringe thinning. She didn???t think much of it until a few weeks later when she saw bald patches appearing almost all over her head. Her boyfriend, Ryan, decided to shave it all off as there was hardly any hairs left on her head. Her dad was the first person to buy her a wig. Amy has alopecia universalis, a condition characterised by the entire loss of hair on the scalp and body. When her hair began falling out, Amy felt insecure and never failed to leave the house without a wig on to avoid questions from strangers. In September 2017, Amy decided she was sick of hiding from her condition and made the brave decision to post a picture of her hair-free head informing her friends and family what happened. She no longer apologises or hides from her condition with the hope of spreading awareness of alopecia. Amy Chinnick / MDWfeatures

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    (Picture: McDonald’s India/Instagram)

    McDonald’s UK and Ireland is making its Happy Meal menu a little bit more healthy after collaborating with Mumsnet to introduce a new wrap.

    After six months of product development with the parenting network, today sees the release of the new grilled chicken wrap.

    Over 1,000 Mumsnet users were surveyed, with 78% saying they wanted to see grilled chicken on the Happy Mel menu.

    It followed a discussion on the site last year in which parent said they wanted to see more diversity on the menu, including a potential non-fried option.

    Since then, McDonald’s has been working with Mumsnet to make that a reality – involving parents and grandparents at every stage.

    Mumsnet… Read the full story


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    Europa Park in Germany has all the rides for the daytime then luxury rooms to relax in by night

    A trip to the theme park this summer doesn’t have to be dominated by greasy burgers, scruffy fun fair rides and a night at a Fawlty Towers style B&B with a leaking roof. Europa-Park has upped the theme park ante by offering a more refined way to do things.

    The German theme park has pioneered an upper class experience which revolves around premium hotels, fine dining, wellness and the kind of smiling, seamless organisation that you would expect from our Teutonic friends.

    So you can hit the park during the day, riding… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Pip)

    If you’re bisexual, you’ll know the frustration of having your sexual identity erased.

    The moment you’re in a relationship with someone of the opposite sex, or you like someone of the opposite sex, or you just happen to not be dating anyone, it feels like people are desperate to jump to the accusation that being bisexual was just some fun phase.

    If you’re in a relationship with someone of another gender, people assume you’re straight.

    That can be frustrating, and it’s why 23-year-old Pip, a final year veterinary medicine student, Associate Editor at The Line of Best Fit, Copy Editor at My Kid is Gay, and freelance journalist… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Chill Factore)

    Heatwaves can be dangerous for doggos, so an indoor ski slope in Manchester has opened its doors for puppers who need to cool down.

    The RSPCA has warned that dogs across Britain are at risk in this week’s record temperatures, after being inundated with more than 600 emergency calls over the past two weeks about dogs suffering in the heatwave.

    Irresponsible owners are still leaving dogs to swelter in hot cars, even though temperatures can climb to dangerous levels in minutes and cause potentially fatal heatstroke. The highest number of emergency calls came from Greater London, Somerset and Wales.

    In response to today’s statement from the RSPCA urging pet owners… Read the full story


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    An adorable baby snow leopard who was born with splayed legs is undergoing intensive physical therapy to help him learn how to walk.

    The six-week-old cub was born with defects which affected its eyes and chest, and caused him to develop noticeably splayed rear legs.

    The abnormal growth, which is known as swimmers syndrome in dogs and cats, means the cub has mobility issues and is currently undergoing therapy to correct the defect.


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    (Picture: Shutterstock/Metro.co.uk)

    With Britain experiencing a rare heatwave, it’s safe to say that most of us will be a bit sweatier than usual.

    In this weather, there’s more of a chance of getting embarrassing perspiration rings under your arms or a stripe of sweat down your back before you even get to work, and then having to spend the day feeling gross and wondering if the person on the next desk can smell your sweaty shame.

    We know that sweating is the body’s way of regulating temperature, but why can some people run a marathon in 35 degree heat while others start sweating the minute the weather gets vaguely non-Arctic?

    Dr Emma Wedgeworth,… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Getty)

    You’ve been read various teenagers on Twitter questioning adults on their ‘wokeness’

    You’ve seen memes about woke baes.

    You’ve heard that Meek Mill has brought out a track called ‘stay woke’.

    And now the Oxford English Dictionary has added the term ‘woke’ to its hallowed pages.

    But what the heck does ‘woke’ actually mean?

    To find out, we need to look in the two main canons of British vocabulary – the OED and Urban Dictionary.

    The OED defines it as ‘originally: well-informed, up-to-date. Now chiefly: alert to racial or social discrimination and injustice’, while Urban defines it as ‘being woke means being aware… knowing what’s going on in the community (related to racism and social… Read the full story


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    Maggie McNeill is a self-proclaimed whore.

    She has been writing about sex worker rights, trafficking and safety on her blog The Honest Courtesan.

    We wanted to bring Maggie on our sex podcast, Good Sex/Bad Sex, given the FOSTA/SESTA laws which have just come in to play in America.

    The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) and Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) are supposed to help curb trafficking but have instead had a detrimental effect on the safety of sex-workers in the states.

    It wasn’t all doom and gloom though, as we also explored the romantic relationships Maggie has had with clients, and discussed why she left sex work and chose to come back into the fold.

    Maggie: Long story short, I ended up being paid for sex when I didn’t expect to. Having the money in my hand meant I realised ‘Oh, I can sell this!’

    Bibi: Was there any… Read the full story


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    We'll never reach sexual equality if we don't stop obsessing over numbers
    So, how many? (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    I couldn’t tell you exactly how many people I’ve slept with.

    Not because I’ve lost count, but because I don’t count. I could go back and count – I remember them all – but I don’t. I don’t see the point.

    The only time I’ve cared about numbers is when I was a virgin and my friends started losing their virginity. One seemed like a lot to me when I was a shy teen on zero.

    Over the years, I’ve noticed how it’s women – not men – who care about their own numbers.

    If… Read the full story


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    All vegan, all good (Picture: Green People, Calypso, Solait, Getty)

    Not all sun cream is created equal.

    And not all cruelty-free sun cream is vegan.

    It’s not enough for your sun protection to be free from animal testing – it also has to be free from any animal-derived ingredients.

    Unfortunately, these ingredents aren’t always obvious, and products aren’t always labelled as vegan, even if they are.

    It might gross you out to know that a lot of sun cream (and beauty products in general) contain things like grease from sheep’s wool, crushed up crustaceans, and…fish.

    Animal-derived ingredients to look out for

    Beeswax – used as an emollient in… Read the full story


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    We all have those days, you need to feel and look your best. Be on your ‘A game’. In effect; boss it.

    But you wake up groggy, knackered and feeling like you are just sooo far from tackling the day a-la-Beyoncé.

    There are however a few, remarkably simple, things you can do to ensure you feel focused and fabulous all day.

    Get a (properly) good night’s sleep

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    Everyone knows sleep is a fundamental biological process which helps the body repair and recover overnight.

    But, did you know that your brain uses loads of energy while you sleep? Nope. Didn’t think so.

    Well it does,… Read the full story


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    A chef who put her bloating down to a gluten intolerance was shocked to discover she was actually 33 weeks pregnant.

    Having been on the contraceptive pill for 10 years, babies were the furthest thing from Sita Meena Arulampalam’s mind when her doctor told her she probably had a food intolerance.

    But Sita, 33, from Colchester, Essex, took a pregnancy test anyway on a pal’s advice on 2 June 2017 – her partner Tony Dance’s birthday – and it was positive.

    She said: ‘I’d gone to Tesco really early while he was still asleep to get him some doughnuts, and thought I may as well get a test while… Read the full story


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    quintuplets went to University of North Texas together. See SWNS stoty NYGRAD; A set of quintuplets fulfilled their dad's life-long dream and graduated from the same university on the same weekend. Enna, Maria, Emilio, George and John Diaz, 21, donned their caps and gowns to accept their diplomas after four years of study at the University of North Texas as their proud parents Jorge, 55, and Enna Diaz, 55, watched on. The quintuplets, who were born within three minutes of each other in July 1996, bunked in the same college houses and crammed together for finals in the library to earn their bachelor?s degrees on May 10 and 11. The fivesome, of… <a href=Read the full story

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The siblings graduated with degrees in biology, finance, Spanish, social communication and art last month. Dad Jorge, originally from Guadalajara, Mexico, said watching his children graduate over the course of the weekend was his proudest moment to date.?Ever since they were born people were asking me how I would ever put five of them through college. SEI_18999777SEI_18999777hattiegladwellmetroquintuplets went to University of North Texas together. See SWNS stoty NYGRAD; A set of quintuplets fulfilled their dad's life-long dream and graduated from the same university on the same weekend. Enna, Maria, Emilio, George and John Diaz, 21, donned their caps and gowns to accept their diplomas after four years of study at the University of North Texas as their proud parents Jorge, 55, and Enna Diaz, 55, watched on. 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Although the quintuplets shared many core classes their majors couldn?t be further apart. The siblings graduated with degrees in biology, finance, Spanish, social communication and art last month. Dad Jorge, originally from Guadalajara, Mexico, said watching his children graduate over the course of the weekend was his proudest moment to date.?Ever since they were born people were asking me how I would ever put five of them through college. "It has been my dream to see them through college. ?Watching them graduate was the best feeling any parent can have but multiply that by five.Enna with her dad Jorge and mom Enna. See SWNS stoty NYGRAD; A set of quintuplets fulfilled their dad's life-long dream and graduated from the same university on the same weekend. Enna, Maria, Emilio, George and John Diaz, 21, donned their caps and gowns to accept their diplomas after four years of study at the University of North Texas as their proud parents Jorge, 55, and Enna Diaz, 55, watched on. 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    How summer can cause bad breath
    The heatwave might be making your breath worse. (Picture: Shutterstock / Vladimir Gjorgiev)

    Along with the sun, summer brings with it a whole bunch of health and beauty problems you have to be aware of.

    Suddenly you need to be on sun cream watch (FYI, you should be wearing sun cream year-round, but there’s nothing like sunburn on your neck to remind you how important it is), you’re hyper-aware of excess sweating, your feet aren’t sandal-ready, and you’re up against the pain of chub rub and itchy insect bites.

    We’re sorry to pile on to that list, but here’s another thing… Read the full story


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

    For a long time, Instagram was my least favourite social network.

    I would’ve always chosen to use mum-saturated Facebook with people arguing in lengthy comments under even the most innocuous video or status, or Twitter where Nazis, transphobes and GamerGaters with My Little Pony avatars battle it out for ‘worst take on literally anything’, over Instagram.

    Instagram made me feel bad. Populated by beautiful, thin people, bloggers, brands and the dreaded ‘influencers’, it reinforced feelings of inadequacy that I was already struggling with.

    Instagram fed into my low self-esteem and made me feel ugly, worthless and alone. The fact that I could access millions of accounts featuring ‘real… Read the full story


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    Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.
    Floor 10, Apartment 52. (Picture: Bogdan Gîrbovan)

    The way your living arrangements look reveal a lot about who you are.

    Clothes all over the floor and dust on the TV – you might not be the most organised type.

    Plants in every corner – you clearly like nature, and you’re responsible (enough to regularly water your plants, anyway).

    It’s the place you choose to spend your time, that you’ve arranged and decorated in a way that’s pleasing to… Read the full story


    Photos show how different people decorate the same apartmentsPhotos show how different people decorate the same apartmentsellencscottPhotographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, Photos show how different people decorate the same apartmentsPhotos show how different people decorate the same apartmentsellencscottPhotographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.Photographer Bogdan G?rbovan explores the ways in which people express their individuality through their living spaces with his photo series, "10/1." His project shows how 10 different people live in 10 identical apartments in his building.

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    FILE PHOTO: A Starbucks store is seen inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California, U.S. on October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File Photo
    (Picture: Lucy Nicholson/REUTERS)

    At last some good diversity news from Starbucks.

    The coffee chain is thought to be the first corporation in the world to start covering gender reassignment surgeries for its transgender employees.

    In a press release, Starbucks announced that it has been working with the World Professional Association for Transgender Health to come up with a new health insurance plan.

    It’s actually offered employees health insurance that covers the procedures since 2012 but this new plan will also cover procedures from US transgender employees that… Read the full story


    FILE PHOTO: A Starbucks store is seen inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los AngelesFILE PHOTO: A Starbucks store is seen inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los AngelesmkylFILE PHOTO: A Starbucks store is seen inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California, U.S. on October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File PhotoFILE PHOTO: A Starbucks store is seen inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los AngelesFILE PHOTO: A Starbucks store is seen inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los AngelesmkylFILE PHOTO: A Starbucks store is seen inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California, U.S. on October 27, 2015. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File Photo

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    (Picture: Boeing)

    If the thing putting you off visiting down under is the time spent on a plane, you could be visiting Oz sooner than you think.

    Because Boeing has just released plans for an aircraft that’ll get you over there in just five hours.

    Yup, the American manufacturer is planning to cut a whopping 11 hours off the current flight time – so just imagine the speed at which you’d be rocketing through the sky.

    Boeing revealed its new aeroplane plans at the 2018 American Institute of Aeronautics Aviation, telling audiences that it has a travel speed of 6500km/h.

    To put that in perspective, that’s five times faster than the speed of sound.

    Boeing’s chief… Read the full story


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    OREGON, USA: MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few… <a href=Read the full story

    Twenty-Four-Year-Old BabyTwenty-Four-Year-Old BabyellencscottOREGON, USA: MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi drinking from a baby bottle. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi reading a story book. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi enjoys playing with stuffed toys as part of the Little Space community. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi and her boyfriend of two months, Eric. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi enjoys playing with stuffed toys as part of the Little Space community. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi wears dummies and onesies. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesTwenty-Four-Year-Old BabyTwenty-Four-Year-Old BabyellencscottOREGON, USA: MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi drinking from a baby bottle. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi reading a story book. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi enjoys playing with stuffed toys as part of the Little Space community. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi and her boyfriend of two months, Eric. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi enjoys playing with stuffed toys as part of the Little Space community. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeaturesOREGON, USA: Heidi wears dummies and onesies. MEET the grown woman who dresses up as an adult baby by wearing nappies, onesies and dummies as an escape from her adult life ??? and even calls her boyfriend DADDY when she is roleplaying but whose parents DO NOT KNOW about her secret baby life. Incredible pictures show sales associate, Heidi (24) from Oregon, USA, playing with stuffed toys, soothing herself with a dummy and drinking from a baby bottle. Heidi is a ???little???, a subculture of people involved in the Little Space community who enjoy dressing up and taking part in Adult Baby Diaper Lovers (ABDL) and DaddyDom/ Little Girl (DDLG) play as adult babies, for a few hours a day. For Heidi, age play isn???t sexual and she uses dressing up as a baby, usually aged between one and three-years-old, to escape her worries in the real world but she has been asked by her male friends if she acts like a baby when having sex, to which Heidi says she is her ???normal adult self??? during intercourse. She found out about the subculture at the end of last year when researching adult women who like to play with their childhood toys and dolls like she did. Heidi has been open with her friends and boyfriend, Eric, about her hobby but her parents do not know about it yet. Eric didn???t know anything about the Little Space community until the pair started dating just two-months ago but he has always accepted it and lets Heidi call him ???daddy??? when she is roleplaying, however, Heidi insists that when she???s her everyday self he is Eric to her. @princesspinkblankie / MDWfeatures

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