The smiling woman on the daily Moroccan television show spoke to viewers as if it were any other makeup tutorial, comparing brands and hues of face foundation and demonstrating how to apply it.

Seated next to her was a woman with what appeared to be a black eye and bruises on her cheekbones.

Read the Full Article: Source – The Washington Post
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Here are Google’s Pixel phones. Again! In some unfortunate error, UK phone seller Carphone Warehouse has full listings for two phones, cementing what we’ve already heard or seen, as well as demonstrating how Google hopes to pitch the two devices to smartphone shoppers.

Read the Full Article: Source – Engadget
Time For Truth: (Engadget) – UK retailer leaks Google's Pixel phones in detail

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Managing director of BeautifulPeople.com Greg Hodge says that they are just following the site’s users’ wishes, as they are apparently tired of going on nights out surrounded by people they don’t consider pretty enough.

He said: “We listen to our members and they are fed up of going out to expensive bars, hoping to meet similarly beautiful people, only to spend the night wishing that the lighting was lower.

Read the Full Article: Source – The Sun
Time For Truth: (The Sun) – LA club where guests are vetted to ensure they are attractive enough

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An RA at the University of Kansas was advised against incorporating an image of a gorilla into a jungle-themed floor decoration because the animal apparently represents “a very masculine image.”

Read the Full Article: Source – Campus Reform
Time For Truth: (Campus Reform) – KU bars gorillas from jungle-theme decoration due to 'masculine image'

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Bright lights, glittering dresses and dazzling smiles are a feature of every beauty pageant, but Samoa’s Miss Fa’afafine is a pageant with a difference – an annual celebration of the island nation’s third gender tradition.

“I believe I was born a fa’afafine. Though originally I was born male, my feminine side is much stronger”, says Velda Collins.

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