Video: 39-year-old #woman #dies within hours of getting #vaccine

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39-year-old woman, Brittany Hall Perez, dies within hours of getting vaccine

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(Throwbacks 2020!!) Portland #Antifa Invade Residential Neighborhood and Try To Blind #Woman With Lasers

Date: August 6, 2020
Author: Nwo Report
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Portland Antifa rioters tried to burn down a Portland police station last night and then moved from the city center into a quiet residential neighborhood where they tried to blind a woman with lasers.

Hours after attacking the federal courthouse and lighting fire to Portland Police East Precinct, Antifa rioters moved Beaverton, in line with plans for taking their brand of “Direct Action” to the suburbs posted by the far-left group on social media earlier in the day.

After the far-left rioters were dispersed by police, they moved to a residential area of the city and targeted a woman at her home, attacking her with lasers.

The violent attack on the Portland Police East Precinct was organized by Antifa group PNW Youth Liberation Front, according to Andy Ngo who provided screenshots of the violent far-left organization’s call-to-action.

PNW Youth Liberation Front advertised the “protest” as a “Direct Action March” calling for “Total abolition” of prisons and the police.

“Remember when we were taking about how marches through the suburbs need to happen? Let’s show Beaverton that black lives f***ing matter!” the Antifa group wrote on Twitter on Aug 6.

Good for a Woman’s Heart

Women who have sex a couple of times a week are less likely to get heart disease than those who have it once a month. Whether that’s because healthier women enjoy it more often, or because it helps protect a woman’s heart is unclear.

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.”

Why More Women Are Saying No to Casual Sex

Written by Priya-Alika Elias
Updated on April 10, 2019
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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.


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Gals who don’t attend church or synagogue are more than 3 times more likely to cheat on their man than a woman who attends her religious practice at least once a week. That’s a tough statement for me to accept, but I don’t have the scientific data to challenge it.

If your wife has no religion, you are best to beware.


Technology is both sweet and nasty. It’s too easy these days to hide behind a computer screen and muster up the guts to create relationships virtually that interfere with the real deal. Some women start fooling around with online dating sites and, suddenly, on paper, see the man of their dreams, or so they think, and they jump at the chance to connect face to face.

If your wife is spending lots of time on her electronic devices, detached from you, it’s fair to say she might be dicking you around.

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‘You just run your own race’: Ulrika Jonsson, 53, shares poignant throwback snap aged 14 as she reflects on her life journey

PUBLISHED: 13:02 EST, 1 December 2020
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Ulrika Jonsson shared a poignant throwback snap of herself aged 14 and reflected on her life journey on Instagram on Tuesday.

The presenter, 53, looked fresh-faced in the snap taken in the early 1980s, which showed her in a bikini aboard her dad’s boat in Sweden.

The teenager was relaxed and happy as she sunbathed on holiday, with Ulrika detailing how she felt was she was growing up.

She wrote: ‘To when I was 14. When sailing the waters of life had already hitherto been uncertain; full of ambiguity, doubt, confusion and concern.

‘When your maiden journey should have been one of confidence, reassurance and self-belief but the waters beneath were turbulent, dubious and unclear.

‘And still, you believe life will simply unfold itself and show you its very best.

‘You believe in love, despite having been a hesitant observer of unpredictability. Somehow hoping simplicity will win the day. That the wind of change will bring new possibilities and hope.

‘And you sail from island to island in search of belonging and anchorage. When all the while, you needed to realise that you belong to you.

‘And despite all that life throws you, you are neither strong nor brave. You just run your own race.’

Ulrika is now a mother to four children and has been married three times.

This comes after accused Jennifer Lopez of setting an ‘unrealistic expectation’ with her raunchy nude snaps after the star stripped naked to promote her new single.

The presenter confessed she’s battled with insecurities after seeing snaps of stars including J-Lo and Jennifer Aniston, both 51, who both open flaunt their gym-toned physiques on Instagram.

Ulrika claimed that stars stripping off set an unfair standard on their fans that they have to be in shape to appear attractive, adding that even her daughter Bo sees social media as ‘toxic.’

Writing in a piece for The Sun, Ulrika admitted she believes Jennifer’s decision to share snaps of her gym-toned physique is doing damage to her fans as it creates an unfair view of the ideal body.

Jennifer set the internet alight on Wednesday when she posed naked to promote her new single In The Morning, highlighting every inch of her incredible figure.

Ulrika said: ‘As a mum of four — two of whom are young girls aged 16 and 20 — I’m painfully worried about what the effect of being surrounded by these images is doing to them and their sense of self-worth.

‘They may pretend to me that they are savvy and aware of filters and that these images are sometimes considerably distanced from reality, but I also know that, deep down, they will look in the mirror or at the selfie they take and feel utterly inconsequential.’

Ulrika added that her daughter Bo, 20, said even she doesn’t like social media as it creates such a toxic environment.

The star said while she enjoys interacting with fans on Instagram, she can see how the unrealistic ideal could have such a damaging effect on older women.

Ulrika has never shied away from depicting her life stripped of any filters or glamour, and is praised for openly sharing snaps of her makeup free complexion.

She added: ‘When I looked at the gorgeous Jennifer Aniston a couple of days ago I found myself asking what my excuses were for not looking like that.’

Ulrika insisted she still has much bigger priorities then staying in shape, and she takes comfort in knowing plenty of other woman will agree with her.

On Monday she also took to Instagram to share a snap of herself posing completely makeup-free.

In the image, the star was seen reclining in a dimly-lit room with her flaxen tresses worn straight and sleek as she gazed at the camera for her closeup.

Captioning the image, she wrote: ‘Better? No one scared any more by a knackered mum without make-up who enjoys rum upon occasion? Even knackered-er tonight. And anaemic. Other than that. Soldiering on. #aunaturel.’

The star gestured towards her face as she said in the clip: ‘So no makeup, no shizz. I’ve decided I’m going to become a prolific Instagram poster-er [sic]. I’m not gonna curate my posts. I’m just gonna put it out there so bleurgh. How ’bout that?’

Last month, Ulrika shared a naked selfie post, writing that she was ‘reclaiming her body’, but added: ‘Reclaiming my mind is taking a bit more time.’

Detailing her decision to post the snap in her column for The Sun two days later, she said: ‘It was neither pre-planned nor especially well thought out. And it seems to have touched a nerve because the response was considerable.’

Ulrika explained that she didn’t post a more ‘explicit’ or ‘outrageous’ naked snap for the sake her children, though she was quick to point out that she didn’t care if they were concerned about the photo.

Addressing her four children, Cameron, 26, Bo, 20, Martha, 16, and Malcom, 12, she went on: ‘For the record, children, I honestly don’t care much for your embarrassment. My body, my rules.

‘The intention behind the post was not to offend, outrage, challenge or disturb. It was a note to myself – a reminder that for all that my body has endured, I now need to reclaim it and do something I’ve never really done before: Own it.’