How Britain is trying to censor the porn you watch

April 29, 2017

It's the end of porn as we know it?Image: Pitarakis/AP/REX/Shutterstock Britain wants to put its nose in the porn you watch. The Queen has rubberstamped the Digital Economy Bill, a law that will force any website that benefits commercially from porn to verify the age of users. SEE ALSO: How the UK government can hack your personal data If they fail to do the monitoring and checks, payment providers and third parties will be legally required to intervene. Should the websites refuse to …

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China’s all-girl boy band

April 28, 2017

(CNN)Made up of all girls, this “boy band” is the latest in the androgyny trend in China. “We’re a girl band. But we look more like beautiful young men, not young girls,” said band member Min Junqian. “So the positioning fits us more. “ Their promotional photos present the five girls ages 18 to 24 in short hair, ties with pants, sitting with spread-out legs. They also are shown in shorts, like tomboys playing soccer, for their affiliation with the …

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Netflix has found a way into the world’s biggest streaming market

April 27, 2017

… territories. The end to Netflix’s regulatory hurdles The deal is a breakthrough of sorts for Netflix, given the amount of hassle the company has faced trying to break into the Chinese market. To operate in China, Netflix would have to obtain a government license, and its original content would need individual approval from censors before any of it is streamed, according to Wired. When THR asked whether Netflix is still seeking to have full entry into the Chinese market, Roy said: …

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Cancer survivor tells date about her prosthetic leg and I’m not crying you’re crying

April 27, 2017

… Sarah says her date with Phil made her realise there are “different guys out there” who’ve been through different things, and have more to give. Spoiler alert: at the end of the date, First Dates revealed that Sarah and Phil are “officially an item.” Brb, sobbing! More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsSyndication Academy 2.0 Learn to build the next level of IFTTT Networks with IFTTT SEO Academy 2.0reddiTraffic ReddiTraffic SoftwareDescriptomatic Lite …

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Please free your mind and enjoy these great makeup destruction videos

April 26, 2017

… products shrink. Others expand, barely fitting back into their container. This Chanel blush, however, looks perfectly usable at the end of its journey if less colorful. So, yes, makeup destruction videos are fun cathartic, even to watch. But, for the budget-conscious beauty enthusiast, they’re also useful ways to discover a product’s texture, thickness, and the veracity of its marketing without dropping dollars first. A worthy YouTube vortex, for sure. WATCH: This water …

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Why China’s craft breweries are tapping into ancient beer recipes

April 26, 2017

(CNN)China is home to one of the oldest civilizations, so it’s only fitting that it’s home to ancient beer as well. The 5,000-year-old brewery is the earliest evidence of barley- and millet-based beer-making in the country. Inspired by the scientists’ findings, two breweries — Jing-A Brewing Co in Beijing and Moonzen Brewery in Hong Kong — set out to give the modern world a taste of an ancient experience by recreating the original beer recipe. …

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Prince Harry and Prince William are royals for the millennial generation

April 26, 2017

… week for their powerful online Heads Together campaign to end mental health stigma. This online campaign has seen Prince Harry, Prince William, and the Duchess of Cambridge reveal deeply personal details about the pressures and struggles they’ve faced, including the princes’ grief following their mum’s death and Kate and William’s learning curve as parents. More so than ever before, the portrait of the royal family is being painted as one of human beings who grapple with …

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Alila Fort Bishangarh: India’s most exciting new luxury hotel

April 24, 2017

… also introduced new elements, including a driveway that zigs up the hillside, a second wing for additional guest rooms, and larger windows to facilitate natural ventilation. Simple design Polished anew, the powerful edifice rises from the hilltop. Aside from its turrets and windows and the red-ochre color — “gerua” to be exact — the hotel facade appears unornamented. “Simplicity is the end, and not the beginning, of design,” says Khandelwal. “We …

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Bebe will close all its stores by the end of May

April 23, 2017

RIP Bebe.Image: robert mora/Getty Images Pour one out for the bandage dresses. Bebe, the iconic mall purveyor of skintight clubwear, will close all its stores by the end of May. The retailer announced its plans Friday through a regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. There were at least 180 Bebe stores at the end of 2016. Bebe had been struggling for a while. Once the go-to spot for a certain going-out look, the mall staple was forced to compete with younger brands like …

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25 ways to save $250 a month that everyone is messing up

April 22, 2017

… enjoy watching local sports or shows like Game of Thrones, you may end up paying more money each month since youre still paying for Internet service, a local TV package, and a premium channel subscription. Unless youre not a TV-watcher, cord-cutting may not be your best option. 15. Not calculating your retirement Saving for your retirement is never a bad idea. Going into it blindly is, however. You wouldn’t purchase a car or home without knowing how much its going to cost you, right? In …

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‘Were close’ BBG Ventures President Susan Lyne on the future of women-led startups

April 20, 2017

… female founders, who inherently understand the end user what she needs, what she wants, what will delight her. At BBG Ventures you believe the greatest untapped opportunity for venture capital lies in backing women. Why women? A few reasons: first, women are the dominant consumers and not just in the obvious areas like apparel and food, but insurance, computers, cars, home purchases, medical care. Were also the power users of most new consumer tech platforms and services. So it makes good sense …

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’13 Reasons Why’ proves that we still don’t know how to portray suicide

April 20, 2017

… understand its tragedy. Cerel is critical of the idea that artistic impulses should override high-stakes public health concerns, pointing to widespread agreement that it’s harmful to glamorize smoking in films made for young viewers. “I don’t care if it’s more artful we’re influencing kids,” she says. “This [show] is aimed at kids and young adults, and the last thing I want them to do is glorify the idea that suicide will [end] all of their …

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Too shy to send a dick pic? This code will salvage your sexting game.

April 19, 2017

… “everything,” he really means it. The categories cover everything from the appearance of your foreskin to size of your balls. There are several categories dedicated to pubic hair, as well as the angle and shape of your erection. Image: creative robot But, the categories don’t end there. There are also a series of images to help you convey ejaculation speed and arc. Once you’ve finished selecting all the images that best represent your penis, the website generates a …

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Instagram killing Snapchat? Don’t count on it

April 19, 2017

… effect.’ They lead and others follow,” Gemma Craven, senior vice president and director of social & mobile at McCann, told me recently. “Snap called itself a camera company and now Facebook is talking about the camera being the most important part of any device. You see it all over.” “I am confident that they are going to be able to monetize successfully,” she added. To her, Snap will likely end up going after TV dollars by offering more premium content in …

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Eating Korea: 10 of South Korea’s most delicious dishes

April 17, 2017

… Andong, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea; +82 54 853 6953 Kkomjangeo There is a row of simple sheds at one end of the Jagalchi fish market in the southeastern city of Busan. Almost every stall sells kkomjangeo, or grilled hagfish. Cooked alive, unsurprisingly, the hagfish convulse violently as they sizzle on the grill. This kind of fish wasn’t always eaten in Korea. It was the Japanese who harvested it when they colonized Korea in 1910. They used the skin to make shoes and discarded …

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