It's the holiday season which means it's time for an abundance of new Christmas movies to come out on Hallmark channel. But I want to take a minute to remember the classics. Even though new movies come out, these will never get old.
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"Well... Moira got her Emmy."
"Schitt's Creek" has quickly become an absolute fan favorite in the US and Canada and their seven wins at the Emmy Awards last night proves just that.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have united by wearing the name of a victim of police brutality, Antwon Rose Jr., for the 2020 NFL season.
NFL players are permitted to wear decals on their helmets this season in honor of victims of systemic racism. However, the Pittsburgh Steelers have decided to unite and all wear the same name on their helmets this season: Antwon Rose Jr.
We know you've done it before. Question is, why?
I will preach this until the day I'm in the ground, nudes are an essential.
They are just as essential as toilet paper is right now and they have more power than just being a photo that's hidden on your iPhone. Nudes aren't just a way to turn on the guy/girl you've been hanging out with, but they can elicit a feeling of confidence and pure sexuality.
Let's continue her path..
Just when we thought 2020 couldn't get any more unpredictable, we find out that Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at 87 of complications from pancreatic cancer.
Regardless of where you might stand politically, you can't deny that the was a very honorable woman, who has accomplished a lot in her lifetime. Writing majority opinions for many cases such as United States v. Virginia, and Olmstead v. L.C., she has paved the way for many women, showing that no matter what obstacles stand in your way, you can achieve your goals.
The Arizona State Legislature might shift its majority in the House and Senate come 2021.
Arizona State Senator Martín Quezada spoke today on legislative changes that may occur in 2021 due to the possibility of Arizona becoming a bipartisan state.
I Asked 27 People What Positive Things Happened To Them Despite The Pandemic, And Their Answers Are Inspiring
“We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope." - Martin Luther King Jr.
Let's be real: COVID SUCKS! So many events have been ruined and not being able to see friends and families really blows. But, I reached out to people and asked if anyone had anything positive happen for them despite the pandemic and I got so many answers!!! Here are a few that were shared with me!
I think it's a worse time than ever to put another conservative on the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, otherwise known as RBG, sadly passed away Friday, September 18 after a battle with metastatic pancreatic cancer. This woman was tough, no doubts about that. This was her fifth — yes, you read that correctly — bout with cancer over the span of two decades.
The new Charlie Kaufman flick leaves viewers stunned, but with many questions.
Missing good horror after Midsommar's release? New film "i'm thinking of ending things" will hold you over until the next Ari Aster film.
My hair isn't so big, but I am full of thoughts.
From the iconic one-liners to the Plastics themselves, "Mean Girls" has gained a cult following of millions of fans.
Since its birth 16 years ago, the movie has expanded into a whole empire consisting of a sequel, pop vinyls, and even a Broadway musical.
"Don't be afraid to laugh! Sex doesn't always have to be so serious."
Having sex for the first time can be a little intimidating, especially if you don't know what to expect. But you're not alone! Everyone has their first time, so I asked 10 women of all different ages to share their best advice about having sex for the first time, and here's what they had to say.
1. Alondra, Florida Gulf Coast University
2. Jessica Schmidt, Florida Gulf Coast University
3. Madison Franz, Florida Gulf Coast University
4. Sarah Jekabsons, Albany, New York
5. Abby Margaret, University of Hawaii at Manoa