Strippers are normally ostracized by society and thought to be temptation intended for unhappy married men or single guys. While these ladies do serve to be oogled by men, it's unfair that they have this negative stigma attached to them. Strippers are just like you and me--and as a matter of fact, we can learn a thing or two from them.
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Soon we'll be having to switch our calendars over to the year 2014 and what better way to start of the new year than with a calendar of hot firefighters? Not just any firefighters, but Spanish bomberos who have stripped down for a good cause.
That's what firefighters who work for Madrid's Barajas airport did in order to raise money for El Banco de Alimentos de Madrid (Madrid's food bank) this holiday season. I mean they're shirtless, hot, and generous? Sign me up!Continue Reading >
Christmas is but two days away and this time of the year always makes me reminisce about how I celebrated the holidays growing up. It was all about Santa Claus, Papa Noel, or El Niño Dios. Texans apparently have their own version called Pancho Claus, the Tex-Mex Santa.
This gift-giver is no ordinary Santa. He wears a poncho, a sombrero, black beard and hair, and rides a low-rider or is led in by a pack of burros. Now this sounds like the Santa I wish I grew up with!Continue Reading >
Holy smokes, did you all see how fantastic Christina Aguilera looked at the American Music Awards last night? She has been looking fantastic lately, but even before her new look, she's always been a great role model. Sure she went through her somewhat risque phase, but The Voice judge and singer made a comeback as a composed woman and excellent mother.
Most recently she's made headlines for her dramatic weight loss. While we think she looks phenomenal, what we love most about her is the positive message that she sends out to women everywhere.Continue Reading >
Sports are great for any kid to be involved in, but some parents have a hard time motivating their children to participate. So why not inspire them by providing some real-life role models? If you're finding it a challenge to get your daughter enthusiastic about sports, try pointing them to some of the plethora of amazing female athletes out there who have worked hard to establish incredibly successful careers.Continue Reading >
The media tends to promote that skinnier is better and with every diet under the sun out there, it's easy to feel self-conscious about our bodies. The last thing we want to do is skip meals all because we want to try and fit into size zero skinny jeans. Let's be honest, ladies, we can fantasize about fitting into an outfit we wore in high school, but realistically it won't happen. The best thing we can do in this case is embrace what our mamás gave us.
As long as you're healthy why not enjoy having a little more junk in the trunk? Curves are the one thing that we should all embrace because they remind us that we are women!Continue Reading >
Being Latina means we are subjected to just about every stereotype you can think of. We're just good for making babies, uneducated, sexually charged creatures…the list goes on and on. It's gotten to the point that society really BELIEVES that this is what most of us are like.
Some make ignorant statements and don't even realize they're being offensive. It gets old, especially when we're faced with these stereotypes on a daily basis.Continue Reading >
Adrianne Haslet, the professional dancer who lost part of her left leg during the Boston Marathon bombings, will be making an appearance on the hit TV show Dancing with the Stars. Haslet has become a symbol of resilience during the aftermath of the terror that affected Boston and has promised that she will dance again.
Although no details have been shared regarding her role on the show, the ballroom dancer will appear on next week's episode. This must be so exciting for her!Continue Reading >
Police often get a bad rap, but this cop did his job incredibly well by saving a suicidal man who intended on jumping in front of a moving train. The heroic effort which occurred in Medellín, Colombia was captured on video seconds before an oncoming train arrived at the station.
The man was two seconds from getting crushed by the train when a fast thinking police officer happened to be at the right place, at the right time and pulls him away. Phew!Continue Reading >
Emma Nicholson, a former primary school teacher, had an epiphany and decided that education was no longer for her, but that pole dancing was her true calling.
The 36-year-old from Hull, England had a history of dancing before teaching and realized that she preferred to pursue her love of dance and switch professions. Now she is a competitive pole dancer in the British Pole Superstars Championship, owns her own pole dancing studio, and has no regrets!Continue Reading >