When Twitter user, Anne Thériault, posted a relatable tweet about women aged 35, women quickly jumped on-board and shared skills every woman has achieved by the age of 35.
What do you think? True or no? Any other skills you can add to this list? Let us know in the comments below!
We all remember the movie "What Women Want" starring Mel Gibson on a guy who finally figured out what they wanted. Honestly, most women will tell you what they want if you ask them, but some people forget to do that. Luckily, #MenThinkWomenWant on Twitter allows men to take a look and see how wrong or right some of their assumptions on this topic are. We picked out some of our favorite responses. Men, take note.
Yuck. However, this story just gets more muddy when you find out the details.
Marcus Hyde, is photographer who got his big break after shooting Kim Kardashian. Since then, he's worked with a number of stars, including Ariana Grande, who has since spoken out about this incident.
The light that lit the fuse comes from Instagram model, Sunnaya, who revealed some disturbing screenshots of her conversation with the photographer. In the screenshots (which you can see here via Sunnaya's Twitter), Marcus is offering Sunnaya a free photo shoot, ONLY if she sends him nudes. And if she wants the photo shoot without sending him nudes? It costs 2k.
She refused and tried to call Hyde out on Instagram, but Instagram has reportedly flagged the screenshots as 'bullying' with each upload.
Frustrated, Sunnaya has taken to Twitter to share the screenshots, along with other dm's of various models who are sharing their stories about Marcus Hyde.
Read their stories below:
Being pregnant will leave you emotional and a tad bit irrational from time to time. However, when it's all over -- it's always funny to look back at and laugh at some of the absurd reasons that upset you in the first place! The post on the Facebook page Midnight Confessions: Sex And Relationship Advice asked women to share the 'silliest thing you ever cried over during pregnancy' and the ladies did not disappoint.
Oh come on, 2019! Throw us a bone here! The Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, was interview by BBC this week and told the world that he believes a female successor would have to be attractive. You heard that correctly. Rajini Vaidyanathan, the BBC News reporter, published the interview on Twitter and it cause a stir as Twitter users are calling to 'cancel' the Dalai Lama. The conversation went like this:
Rajini Vaidyanathan: "You once said that you would be open to a female successor."
The Dalai Lama: "That's also possible."
Rajini Vaidyanathan: "You also told one of my colleagues that, that female must be attractive, otherwise it's not much use...Can you see why that comment upset a lot of women?"
The Dalai Lama: "If a female Dalai Lama comes, she should be more attractive." If not, "people, I think prefer, not see her, that face."
What are your thoughts on what the Dalai Lama is saying? Do you agree or disagree?