Are there any more perverts hiding within the ranks at the Lincoln Project?

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Jong-Fast knew at least as far back as early summer 2020 that Girdusky had the goods on Weaver and was working to bring it all to light. She responded by trying to bury the story.

It took until Jan. 15 for Weaver himself to finally come clean about the accusations, admitting that he did, in fact, send inappropriate messages to young boys luring them to engage in sexual activity with him.

“The truth is that I’m gay,” Weaver now claims. “And that I have a wife and two kids who I love. My inability to reconcile those two truths has led to this agonizing place.”

“To the men I made uncomfortable through my messages that I viewed as consensual mutual conversations at the time: I am truly sorry,” Weaver added in a statement to Axios. “They were inappropriate and it was because of my failings that this discomfort was brought on you.”

Lincoln Project co-founder Steve Schmidt issued his own statement claiming ignorance about the matter. He says there was “no awareness or insinuations of any type of inappropriate behavior” from Weaver “when we became aware of the chatter at the time.”

Many are wondering why the corporate media failed to pursue any of this, even as it engaged in witch hunt after witch hunt against the Trump administration.

“Journalists spread the fake Trump dossier in 2016, but when actual young victims of the Lincoln Project reached out in 2020, they covered it up and kept promoting the Lincoln Project,” wrote one Breitbart News commenter. “All you need to know about these cancerous people.”

‘Earthy delights. eco essentials are back in stock in an earthy hue. tap the pic to shop our new driftwood color trend in the equator top, luna bottom and praia bottom,’ the catwalk princess said in her caption.

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She also remarked that she was ‘inspired by nature.’

On her website for Tropic Of C the Chanel model makes a point of saying her work is ‘influenced by nature, inspired by the female form’ and is ‘an eco-lifestyle brand born from a life spent at the beach.’

And Candice said they are careful with their materials.

‘Our garments are designed to last and manufactured with integrity.

‘We source the highest quality fabrics to ensure our swimsuits are ultra-durable and maintain their shape. focusing on timelessness not trends, our pieces have staying power. as a direct-to-consumer brand, we cut out the middleman so we can offer fair pricing for incredible quality.

This comes after the 32-year-old beauty gushed about her love for her homeland, South Africa.

‘Africa. A distant and intimidating land to many, untouchable in its vastness, wild to its core, where weakness flounders and strength essential for survival,’ said the mother of two.

‘An unforgiving land where poverty and hunger are a daily struggle, a country plagued with troubles and strife,’ added the Vogue cover girl.

‘South Africa, my birthplace, my home, sits at the southern tip of this land. A country with a resounding heartbeat, and soulful energy where beauty is illuminating and sorrow so vividly present.’

Candice then shared: ‘The unspoken truths of children taking care of children in the many shanty towns scattered all over the country, where “sangomas” witch doctors offer superstitious remedies and where colour and religion a bloody battlefield for hundreds of years…’

She also said on her Tropic Of C site that she gives back: ‘We create partnerships and programs that support women around the globe.

‘From commissioning products from artisan groups in the developing world to our commitment to organizations like mothers2mothers, female empowerment is central to our mission.’

Swanepoel first launched the swimwear line in 2018 after appearing in campaigns for many other brands including Tom Ford, Givenchy, and Ralph Lauren, among others.

After walking for the brand for three years, the supermodel was named a Victoria’s Secret Angel in 2010 and was featured on the cover of the lingerie line’s swim catalog in 2013.

She has also walked the runway for various fashion houses including Chanel, Dolce and Gabbana, and Versace.

The import has two children, Ariel and Anaca, with her former partner Hermann Nicoli whom she was with from 2005 until 2018.

Re-framing a generation

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Whilst we are aware that too many children are feeling they’re in a never-ending nightmare, we wanted to finish on a positive note. Here are testimonials from three young people who are working hard to keep focused on the silver lining in their clouds:

I’m a cup half empty lad, seeing the last 12 months of our lives as a negative is so easy, but where does that get us? Over this time I tried saying get lost to my negative mindset and flip it on it’s head, instead choosing to see the positive in my life. I love being outdoors but as winter set in and we hit a second and third lockdown it was no longer something I could do and so I started writing!

I’ve always struggled with it and couldn’t spell for my life. And to my surprise I found out that I wasn’t that bad at it either, althought i still can’t speel!!!!!

I’m now in the process of starting a blog and thinking about publishing a book to inspire other young lads to overcome their struggles and remind them that what doesn’t kill them makes them stronger.

– Evan, 15

I am so fortunate not to have been as directly affected by the pandemic as some, but the isolation has definitely been hard. I am very much a people person and so I miss getting out and connecting with other human beings, but lockdown has given me the opportunity to find other ways of connecting. Through social media I have met young people from all around the globe who have given me different perspectives on life, opened my eyes to the world around me and inspired me to share what I’ve learnt.

The deep divisions in our society and all the issues that are only made worse by lockdown have definitely been overwhelming and frustrating to see, but lockdown and the whole Covid situation has also given me hope that people will realise what’s valuable and see that the only way we can overcome this pandemic — and any other problem we face — is by coming together, supporting each other and acting as one.

– Gracie, 17

This year like so many other people I have had to stay at home, I have taken this opportunity to get to know all my neighbours young and old. I think that for many people they have only managed to cope with the pandemic because of the kindness and generosity of the people around them and that is why I did something kind and positive for someone else every day over lockdown two and continue to do whatever I can now.

Having more time on my hands has meant that I can now have a dog and some chickens, I have always wanted lots of animals and my wish has finally come true. Having pets has taught me how to take responsibility for something and how important it really is in all aspects of life from looking after pets to people’s safety during the pandemic.

– Irys, 13

Victoria’s Secret model Candice Swanepoel is sizzling hot as she wears a string bikini on the beach: ‘I am inspired by nature’

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Candice Swanepoel has gone from top model to swimwear designer thanks to her line Tropic Of C.

And on Thursday the blonde beauty from South Africa was back at modeling her bikini designs for the brand as she stood on a pristine beach dotted with mature palm trees.

The mother-of-two said in her caption she has been ‘inspired by nature’ when making her flattering suits which she has called ‘earthly delights.’

The 32-year-old supermodel had her long blonde hair worn down in soft beach waves.

The star was in a string bikini with the straps riding high on her hips and the triangle top fitting just so.

Environment

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Most kids love a good muddy puddle to jump into or to dig in the dirt to find worms. So does their immune system. It’s what helps to prime it to protect them against infectious diseases. For kids with reduced access to outside space or those in city apartments less exposure to soil and other outdoor microbes may slow the development of the immune system.

Conversely, kids who live in urban areas may be exposed to fewer outdoor airborne pollutants due to there being fewer vehicles on the road and because they spend less time outside. However, exposure to more indoor pollutants such as second-hand tobacco smoke, household chemicals and fire retardant fabrics can be increased.

The lockdown legacy for children who’ve become used to spending less time outdoors is a likelihood of less connection to — or love for — nature. In turn, this is likely to manifest as having less interest in protecting the natural environment, which presents a critical challenge for the future of nature conservation and sustainability.

The increase in online learning and reliance on digital tech means children are being exposed to greater radio-frequency radiation sources, yet another factor in long-term health outcomes. Young kids are more sensitive to radiation sources so are particularly at heightened risk from the rise in use of electronic devices for learning.

Multiple studies have shown the low risk of the spread of COVID-19 in schools. The idea that kids might be driving the pandemic has also been proven unlikely. How much longer can we justify the damage pandemic restrictions are wreaking on our children and their futures?

There’s just one little problem: The casual sex straight women are having is bad

Written by Priya-Alika Elias
Updated on April 10, 2019
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Last year, DJ Khaled proudly announced that he didn’t go down on women. He was roundly mocked on social media, but he is far from the only man with a sexual double standard. For example, men are open on social media about their requirements for a “wifey” versus a casual sex partner.

I’d finally decided to swear off casual sex after a string of terrible encounters. As a straight woman who’s been single for most of her 20s, I had exactly zero orgasms — and all with men who would only judge me for it later. And when I tweeted about the phenomenon, I received an overwhelming amount of replies and DMs, all from other women through with casual sex.

When I tell other women I’m taking a break from non-relationship sex, they tell me they understand completely. They aren’t swearing off casual sex because they want serious relationships or because they can’t handle casual arrangements — which is the prevailing cultural stereotype about women. No, these women are saying they don’t enjoy casual sex on a basic level.

There’s no emotional investment in casual sex. Still, emotional investment isn’t a prerequisite to good sex. So, what is it that makes casual sex so bad for straight women?

The most common denominator in the bad-sex stories I hear from women is men who are doing the bare minimum for female pleasure.

I think back to all the casual encounters I’ve had since college, in which I gave men blowjobs while they seemed completely uninvested in getting me off. (I can count on one hand the number of times I was offered oral sex in return: one.)

It’s already well documentedTrusted Source that straight women don’t have as many orgasms as heterosexual men or as lesbian women — partly because cis-het sex often finishes when the man comes.

Since the majority of women don’t or can’t orgasm from penetrative sexTrusted Source, oral sex can be the key to their pleasure. Unfortunately, every woman I spoke to told me the same thing: “The men almost never go down on me, unless I ask for it, and sometimes not even then.”

One woman tells me, “A few men have told me that cunnilingus is something they would give only to a longtime girlfriend — which confounds me since they had absolutely no qualms about oral sex for themselves.” She’s not the only one to have this experience. Astonishing as it sounds, there are quite a few straight men who view going down on a woman as a “girlfriend privilege.”

As one woman tells me via Twitter, the idea of girlfriend privilege is “a license to be less of themselves in bed. Less invested, less giving.”

Physical activity

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Is it any surprise kids have been less active during lockdowns? For many going to school provides their main opportunity to take part in a variety of sporting activities. For those who take part in extracurricular sporting activities, those too have been closed down. This has led to far too many hours sitting in front of screens and TVs as the motivation to move rapidly dwindles.

Sedentary behaviors are self-fulfilling as the less you move, the less you want to move as the body conserves energy by making less energy. Add that to an increased consumption of junk food and you have a ticking time bomb for future health prospects.

Team sports and sports in general are integral to the development of children’s gross motor skills, like catching, kicking and overarm throws, but they’ve been suspended for nearly a year. Often forgotten is how much these activities contribute to tactical and problem-solving skills, as well as the ability to work effectively in teams.

And what about sleep? Good sleep is vital for developing healthy bodies and minds. Lack of exercise, along with anxiety about the pandemic, contributes to disrupted sleep for many children. Chronic sleep debt acts like a silent assassin to health and wellbeing for adults as well as children.

Video: Former Merck Whistleblower Details Mandatory Vaccine Push

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Rob Dew speaks with former Merck sales rep Brandy Vaughan about the plan for pushing mandatory vaccines, and how it starts with the HPV Shot. Brandy also discloses new information about the Vitamin K shot and the dangerous new additives that are being being pumped into “baby’s first shot.” Brandy Vaughn was recently found dead in her home in early December 2020. (From HealthNutNews.com) Brandy was very clear that if anything happened to her it was most likely foul play a.k.a. homicide. Sadly, the majority of her close friends have told me they believe the same.

Nutrition and diet

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Many families have used lockdown as an opportunity to start cooking at home together, teaching children how to cook from scratch and improving the quality of their diet.

On the flip side lockdowns have also seen increased consumption of junk foods as family budgets are hard hit and fast food outlets go mobile. Food has always been an age-old method of reward and comfort.

For UK footballer Marcus Rashford, the exponential rise in poverty and child hunger due to lack of access to free school meals has led him to campaigning to ensure kids from disadvantaged homes in the UK don’t go hungry. Children in the U.S. and beyond are similarly going hungry too often due to a combination of family poverty induced by restrictions and loss of earnings, as well as reduced access to food.

Poor food choices combined with a lack of exercise is leading to children gaining weight and exacerbating additional weight gain in the already overweight group. The stark reality of the association between lockdowns and rapid weight gain has resulted in a yet another new term — ‘covibesity’.

Why More Women Are Saying No to Casual Sex

Written by Priya-Alika Elias
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How we see the world shapes who we choose to be — and sharing compelling experiences can frame the way we treat each other, for the better. This is a powerful perspective.

Sex-positivity — the feminist movement that’s pushing to destigmatize sex — should be great for women. The counterculture’s roots began in the 1960s, with sex positivity being about the power of undenied and unrepressed sex. In the early 1980s, the focus took a feminist turn against anti-pornography feminists.

Now more mainstream, the conversations revolve around empowering women to have as much sex as they want, without shame. Many of us grew up on TV shows, movies, and books that use promiscuity and independence synonymously. Women like Samantha Jones from “Sex and the City” have been coded as empowering because of the high number of casual sexual encounters they have.

With movements to reclaim the words slut and ho and the numerous dating apps that enable us to have casual encounters with ease, it would seem casual sex is everywhere.