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Strong Women Should Never Do These Things For a Man — or Anyone Else
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The Best Sex Positions For Some Major G-Spot Orgasms
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I Tried a Breakup App to Help Me Get Over My Relationship, and This Is What Happened
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Here’s How To Wear Eyeliner Everywhere But Your Eye Line
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When you’re head over heels for someone, or maybe when you’re feeling insecure, it’s sometimes easy to put someone else’s wants and needs before your own. But if you don’t catch yourself in time, you may lose a part of who you are. Ladies, don’t ever do the following five things for a man — or for anyone. 1. Change your appearance. If your SO is a decent human being, they won’t ever force you to alter the way you look for their benefit. They should love you for you, and all of you. If your weight, hair, or style really bothers him,

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When it comes to having a G-spot orgasm, a lot depends on the state you’re in as well as the positions you’re doing to really hit that sweet spot. A big part of really maximizing G-spot stimulation is making sure you’re in the mood for better arousal and natural lubrication. That way, you can really experience the pleasure. Take some time to do whatever feels best for you in terms of foreplay — candles, baths, nipple play, and more. Then, head to the main event: actual sex, and make sure you or your partner are giving the attention to the area

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While a lot of people roll their eyes at cheesy romance, I am not one of them. I absolutely love love, but I’m also very independent, so unless there’s somebody I really like, I enjoy being single quite a lot. After all, having a full-time job, freelancing on the side, and maintaining hobbies and a social life all at the same time is as time-consuming as it gets. But despite all that, I recently found myself in a breakup, and I was completely gutted. I knew my partner wasn’t right for me, and yet I couldn’t help but feel desperately lonely. I expected to eventually

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You’ve got the cat eye, the fishtail, the negative space one, and the Cleopatra, which are all original liner looks in their own merit, but can get a bit…boring. (There, we said it!) Scroll through Instagram and you’ll see influencers to celebrities alike, moving away from the lash line toward new experimental frontiers with eyeliner. Just last week at Paris Fashion Week, Gigi Hadid and makeup artist Patrick Ta moved the liner from the bottom of the lid to the top, called the floating crease liner look. View this post on Instagram Last week in Paris- so lucky to wear my favorite piece from the @chanelofficial

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Gwyneth Paltrow Has A Lab Now
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