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    Photographer Explores the Endless and Subtle Beauty of the Female Body

    Emilio Jiménez is a photographer from Spain, whose work aims to explore the elasticity and beauty of the female body. His NSFW photographs, which are mainly shot in black and white, follow the naked or semi-naked bodies of women, showing only the upper body or just the legs or sometimes the entire figure. The black and white along with the women’s poses are making the images romantic and nobody could perceive them as pornographic even if they tried a lot.

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    Playing with shadows.

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    The illusion of a large thigh tattoo.

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    Awoken.

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    Staring at the sun.

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    10 Amazing Pictures Taken At The Right Time!

    It is impressive how a picture can depict a whole entire story within one second! Perfect timing was the answer to the below amazing shots, as it is almost impossible to strike such poses even if you pose for hours. Undoubtedly, you will be speechless and impressed after seeing the pictures that we have collected for you.

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    diply.

    Is that car actually anchored on the rock!?

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    giggag.

    Okay, this synchronization is impressive, isn’t it?

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    .brightside

    Well, at the beginning, I thought it was a hand, indeed!

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    top13.net.

    Camouflage!

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    nextplz.fr.

    What happened in here? It’s not what you think…

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    ohmymag.

    Kind of scary, right?

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    .robofunny

    What’s your food for today?

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    earthporm.

    Namaste! Such a beautiful shot!

    #9

    viralcatfish.

    Oh well, hello!

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    funnyjunk.

    World’s largest dog or what?

     

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    Couple Adopted a 33-Pound Cat and Decided to Begin His Weight Loss Journey

    Mike Wilson and Megan Hanneman are a couple that together owns a company that makes wall-mounted cat furniture that promotes activity for indoor cats. A couple months ago they decided to add another cat to their family that would keep company to their other two cats. They visited their nearest shelter and they instantly fell in love with this 33-pound cat named Bronson. After discussing with a staff member and learning his past, the couple decided to adopt him, since they both couldn’t stop smiling with excitement. Bronson was very friendly and as they discovered later quite the ladies man. Together they began his journey to help him lose weight and be healthy again.

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    Bronson used to live with an elderly person, who died and left him homeless. The people at the shelter guess that this elderly person used to feed him more than the necessary amount.

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    Bronson is a polydactyl cat and has extra fingers. What’s more noticeable about him is his very cute thumbs and his front feet.

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    Overweight cats can get Fatty Liver Disease and it is very important for them to start losing weight slowly and steadily.

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    So far, they have adjusted Bronson’s diet three times, but his progress is positive. Currently, he is on a 375 calories per day.

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    Sneaky Tricks Airlines Use to Make Their Passengers Miserable on Purpose

    People who travel on a low budget don’t have any other choice but to fly with a low cost airline. This unfortunate event can mean a lot of things with none of them being particularly positive. You see, a low cost airline gets only a few money from each passenger for their ticket, which includes just their seat and one carry-on bag. They have to find other ways to extract more money from passengers, causing frustration and misery on purpose. If someone is happy with what they already have it is unlike to spend more money. However, if they are miserable and the airline offers them a way out of their misery, they will probably choose to pay a bit more and receive the advantages.

    1. They are trying to make travel time more miserable on purpose

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    If you’ve ever heard the term ‘calculated misery’, you must known that this is what airlines do to make passengers pay more for legroom, extra luggage and faster boarding time. They act in a way that gets on your nerve so that you will be more willing to pay more and get out of your misery.

    2. They never clean their water

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    It’s just another way to make you pay more money to buy bottled water instead of asking for a cup of tap water. They make it disgusting enough for passengers to never ask for it.

    3. They overbook flights on purpose

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    Yes, airlines intentionally overbook airlines because they are pretty sure that not everybody will show up. It’s up to each aircraft’s crew to decide which passengers will get the boot and there is absolutely no law forbidding this practise.

    4. They make the seats smaller so that more people can fit in the plane

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    Since the 1970’s the seats have gone from 18 inches to 16.5 and the rows have shrunk to 31 inches from 35. This means that the airplane can fit more passengers and the airline can make more money off them.

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    An Innovative Steel Archway Decorates a Public Space at a Polish Island

    Oskar Zieta, a Polish artist, whose goal is to deliver uniqueness in the design field, unveiled the NAWA pavilion, which is an inflatted steel passageway at the island of Daliowa. The unique characteristic of this structure is that it look weightless even though it consists of 35 metal arches. The artist used a method he calls FiDU, where he inflates the metal by pumping air into the cavity between the arches’ steel sheets, which produces a form that is larger and more organically shaped. This technology has been proven to withstand tons of weight, even if the object is a small stool.

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    The NAWA sculpture is a part of the European Capital of Culture 2016 celebrations, whose main slogan is “metamorphoses of culture”.

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    zieta

    The bionic form and polished surface reflects the surroundings and creates the effect of naturaly growing sculpture with constantly changing look through the day.

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    zieta

    Looking through the perspective of an architect, an arch is a perfect structure used in antique and gothic buildings. The invention of the arch was an immense breakthrough in the architecture and allowed to build tapered constructions.

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    zieta

    One of the major source of inspiration for Oskar Zięta is bionics. This branch of science allows to invent technical solutions which mimic the behaviour of living organisms. The search of form has led the artist to the construction of bionic arches linked together.

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    Carbon Copy Is a Glitched Vintage Car Standing at a Canadian Parking Lot

    Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett are Galgary-based artists, who create large public installations that aim to engage people with the process of putting the pieces up and also maintaining them. Carbon Copy is their latest creation and it is a replica of a vintage Plymouth, which has been handled in a way to look like it’s glitched. Fiberglass was used to achieve the wanted result and a parking lot in Canada was chosen for its placement. With this project the two artists want to send a message to people about the rate at which cars are marketed and produced, especially in the car-obsessed cultural of North America.

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    The vintage Plymouth is located at a parking lot in Edmonton’s Brewery District.

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    It balances perfectly on its front bumper and headlights.

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    The two artists were chosen in 2017 by a jury to create this specific installation and were commissioned by First Capital Realty and Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada’s Arts Program Initiative.

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    The process of building Carbon Copy took around 5 months. After the foam sections of Carbon Copy were carved to shape, the pieces were fixed in place and hard-coated with fibreglass.

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    Chef Creates Colorful Pasta Using All Natural Ingredients to Induce Color

    Linda Miller Nicholson is a pasta maker, who has become Instagram famous with her playfully colorful pasta designs that are as beautiful as consumable. She uses butterfly pea flowers for blue, beets and blueberries for purple, turmeric for yellow and parsley for green. What she does is infuse these ingredients with flour, egg and water and mix them all together in vibrant pasta. The color remains after boiling, since her pasta is freshly made and doesn’t sit in a bag for months.

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    A frog’s Toadellini.

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    Dotted ravioli.

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    Egged pappardelle.

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    Instagram | saltyseattle

    Rigatoni couldn’t be more appealing.

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    Why Do So Many African Societies Cut the Clitoris of Women?

    This must not be the first time that you hear about female genitalia mutilation in Africa, where people cut young women’s or even a baby’s clitoris using just a dirty razor and no pain medication. While women in Hollywood and the entire world are trying to teach men that they can only decide what happens on their bodies, women in Africa have absolutely no say on what happens to them. Countries like Indonesia, Somalia and Guinea have more than 95% of their female population’s genitalia mutilated, since they believe that this practise should be performed at them as well as men. They claim that it is religious-based, but the reasons behind it are far from that. The mutilation has three different types, with the third being the most absurd. What remains the same in all three types is that the consequenses are vast and they scar women for the rest of their lives.

    FGM started as a religious practice, but has now taken a cultural dimension

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    FGM started from Islam as a religious practise, but it later moved to various other countries where people do not follow the Islamic religion. There, the practise took different meanings, which all aim to keep a woman trapped in her house and loyal to her husband.

    The various reasons behind female genitalia mutilation

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    People in many african societies believe that FGM can ensure a woman’s virginity before marriage, her fertility, her fidelity to her husband and will prevent her clitoris from growing long like a penis. They also do it in order for a woman to feel absolutely no pleasure during intercourse.

    The three types of female genitalia mutilation

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    In the first type (Sunna Circumcision) only the tip of the clitoris is being cut off. In the second (Clitoridectomy) the labia of women is cut off along with her clitoris. In the third and most drastic type (Infibulation or Pharaonic Circumcision) the clitoris and labia are completely removed and the skin that remains is being stitched together leaving just a small hole from where women can urinate.

    The female genitalia are considered dirty and unsightly

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    The World Health Organization believes that about 100 to 140 million women have suffered FGM around the globe, with 90 million of them living in Africa. Countries like Britain, Canada, France, Norway, Sweeden, Switzerland, and the United States have banned the practise.

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    Magnetizing Images Showing Why Burano Is Italy’s Most Beautiful Destination

    Italy is a world famous country with places like Rome, Milan, Sicily, Venice, Positano and Lake Como being visited my millions of people yearly. However, none of these places can reach the level of beauty of Burano, which is an island in the Venice Lagoon. What Burano is most known for is its colorful houses and lace production, with many travelers going there just to buy lace goods. For someone to paint their house in a bright color, they need to first send a request to the government and they will tell them which colors are suitable for the specific house. As anyone can understand, the houses themselves are magnificent landscapes creating a wonderful atmosphere.

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    The colours of the houses follow a specific system, originating from the golden age of its development.

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    If someone wishes to paint their home, one must send a request to the government, who will respond by making notice of the certain colours permitted for that lot.

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    The island rose in importance only in the 16th century, when women on the island began making lace with needles.

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    Very few peope now make lace in the traditional manner as it is extremely time-consuming and therefore expensive.

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    Hilarious Images Showing Cats Replacing Characters in Famous Movie Posters

    There are many people around the world who draw their artistic inspiration for animals and especially cats and dogs. In this case, photographer Jaemy Choong spends hours of following cats and trying to match their pose with the characters of movie posters. His results are quite successfully matched and most of the times they are pretty hilarious. For those who know cats and how they act, you know that keeping a cat still and trying to make her do what you want in an effort achieved very difficult.

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    It’s quite obvious.

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    The Rock meets his teacher.

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    Look at my fangs!

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    Instagram | jaemyc

    Only the cutest monster there is.

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    Unusual Luggage Designs That Are Guaranteed to Make Traveling Easier

    When traveling abroad, most people take one or two carry-on bags with them, since most airline companies change insane amounts of money for larger suitcases. Many people will go buy one of the cheapest carry-on suitcases in the market, but that’s probably the worst strategy, since they break easily and their wheels need repair after a trip or two. There are many luggage design companies that concentrate on creating stylish and helpful luggage that do their job the best way possible. Many of them also have a couple other uses that typical luggage don’t have and therefore make the traveler’s life a lot easier.

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    rimowa

    A seemingly see-through luggage that only conceives in the best way possible what you have inside.

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    nendo

    Have you ever forgotten something in your suitcase and had to open the entire thing to get it out? With this suitcase you will only need to open the specific place that this one thing is.

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    bugaboo

    Traveling with a kid can be pretty exhausting, but it should have to be hard. This suitcase helps parents attach their luggage together and avoid trouble.

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    Pinterest | Susan Farlow

    A suitcase that turns into a wheeling cart and also can be used as a backpack.

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    Designer Company Creates Engraved Tables That Glow with the Maps of Famous Cities

    Woo Design is a company based in Warsaw, Poland and it has made a name of itself after starting designing tables that have engraved famous cities around the world. Not only that but these engravings glow in the dark, creating an amazing image. This is achieved by entering resin inside the tables, with most of the tables having bright blue, green or red color inserted. The company uses oak wood for the tables and steel for their legs. Every piece they create is handmade and they advice people to forget all about mass production and stick to handmade furniture.

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    newwoodesign

    Every table is an accurate depiction of a city’s streets, buildings, rivers, roads and general morphology.

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    Customers can ask for their own, unique piece and they can also choose the city they want their table to depict.

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    Nothing like a table that glows in the dark.

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    You can choose between various cities including London, Paris, Amsterdam, Warsaw, New York, Berlin and many more.

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