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mashable:

Nestle is taking an unusual approach to raise awareness for breast cancer with it’s new bra cam.

Using a hidden camera, the campaign makes the point, “your breasts are checked out every day. So when was the last time you checked your own.”

[via]

Yea, I don’t know how I feel about this. Like, Ha. Ha. Boobies. But also, we don’t have to objectify women to take care of women, right?

sandandglass:

Stephen Colbert talks to Jeffrey Tambor from Transparent.

hourglassandclass:

Vidya Balan looking gorgeous
Check out my blog for more body positivity :)

hourglassandclass:

Vidya Balan looking gorgeous

Check out my blog for more body positivity :)

dynastylnoire:

winner!

dynastylnoire:

winner!

I think the moral of this story is keep that man in a pool!

humansofnewyork:

"I think all the pressure that I put on myself has been paralyzing. When I graduated from high school, a lot of people wrote in my yearbook: ‘You’re going to do great things,’ or ‘I know you’re going to make it big.’ I realized recently that with all the time I spent trying to figure out what my ‘big thing’ was going to be, I passed over a lot of small things that could have really added up. The moment I became content with taking small steps, I started moving forward again."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

humansofnewyork:

"I think all the pressure that I put on myself has been paralyzing. When I graduated from high school, a lot of people wrote in my yearbook: ‘You’re going to do great things,’ or ‘I know you’re going to make it big.’ I realized recently that with all the time I spent trying to figure out what my ‘big thing’ was going to be, I passed over a lot of small things that could have really added up. The moment I became content with taking small steps, I started moving forward again."

(Mexico City, Mexico)

latenightseth:

In some ways, NFL players and iPhones are one and the same. 
More Venn Diagrams

Ouch. But like …

latenightseth:

In some ways, NFL players and iPhones are one and the same. 

More Venn Diagrams

Ouch. But like …

humansofnewyork:

"I started working in the fields when I was five. After that, I worked construction for thirty years. Eight years ago, I was between jobs and I wanted to do something useful, so I started going to school. It took me 8 years to get through middle school, because I could only go to classes when work was slow, but I finished with a 9.3 out of 10. Now I’m moving on to high school. The toughest part is Algebra."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

humansofnewyork:

"I started working in the fields when I was five. After that, I worked construction for thirty years. Eight years ago, I was between jobs and I wanted to do something useful, so I started going to school. It took me 8 years to get through middle school, because I could only go to classes when work was slow, but I finished with a 9.3 out of 10. Now I’m moving on to high school. The toughest part is Algebra."

(Mexico City, Mexico)

Queen.

"Because you know your friend will still love you even though some of you is missing." 
The older I get, the more true this gets. 

"Because you know your friend will still love you even though some of you is missing." 

The older I get, the more true this gets. 

nprfreshair:

Lena Dunham, the creator and star of the HBO series Girls, has a new collection of personal essays called Not That Kind of Girl. She joined Fresh Air to talk about oversharing, feminism, OCD, and why she thinks most depictions of sex in movies are destructive.  

Christ, ain’t that the goddamned truth? 

Christ, ain’t that the goddamned truth? 

soulbrotherv2:

‘I Got Your Back Bro’: The Moment Jim Brown, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Russell etc. Stood up for Muhammad Ali

50 Yrs. After The Brothers ‘Showed up’ to Support the Champ –The “Ali Summit”
by: Bruce Schreiner
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Muhammad Ali was on the ropes for refusing induction into the Army, and Jim Brown wanted to help. But first, the NFL great wanted to hear the boxing champion’s reasons for not answering the call to military service during the Vietnam War.
So Brown led a group of prominent Black athletes who hit Ali with a flurry of questions during a two-hour meeting in Cleveland in June 1967. Ali didn’t duck the questions and stuck to his principles, citing his religious beliefs in refusing to join the military.
The dozen athletes, including Bill Russell and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, emerged from the meeting to publicly support Ali at a time when the champ was one of the country’s most polarizing figures.
“People got the answers that they wanted,” Brown recalled Saturday as several of the participants prepared to reunite with Ali.
Nearly 50 years after the meeting, now known as the “Ali Summit,” Brown and Russell prepared to be at Ali’s side again Saturday night in the boxing champ’s hometown.
[Continue reading the article at Afro.com.]

soulbrotherv2:

‘I Got Your Back Bro’: The Moment Jim Brown, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Russell etc. Stood up for Muhammad Ali

50 Yrs. After The Brothers ‘Showed up’ to Support the Champ –The “Ali Summit”

by: Bruce Schreiner

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Muhammad Ali was on the ropes for refusing induction into the Army, and Jim Brown wanted to help. But first, the NFL great wanted to hear the boxing champion’s reasons for not answering the call to military service during the Vietnam War.

So Brown led a group of prominent Black athletes who hit Ali with a flurry of questions during a two-hour meeting in Cleveland in June 1967. Ali didn’t duck the questions and stuck to his principles, citing his religious beliefs in refusing to join the military.

The dozen athletes, including Bill Russell and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, emerged from the meeting to publicly support Ali at a time when the champ was one of the country’s most polarizing figures.

“People got the answers that they wanted,” Brown recalled Saturday as several of the participants prepared to reunite with Ali.

Nearly 50 years after the meeting, now known as the “Ali Summit,” Brown and Russell prepared to be at Ali’s side again Saturday night in the boxing champ’s hometown.

[Continue reading the article at Afro.com.]

shanellbklyn:

micdotcom:

Accurate.

Even kids are hip to your bullshit lol

shanellbklyn:

micdotcom:

Accurate.

Even kids are hip to your bullshit lol