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“I’m a single mom and I do it all by myself on a minimum wage job.”
If your LulaRoe consultant is charging you sales tax, they may be inadvertently ripping you off.
New rule: you have to have first seen a vagina before you can make a product for it. Period.
She’s living proof that we need to worry less about the number on the scale and worry more about how our bodies move and function.
It would have been so easy to pierce my daughter’s ears as a baby or toddler. But I wanted it to be her choice. Her body, her choice.
Dear husband: I don’t necessarily need you for practical or worldly reasons, but I need you for so much more.
“We are protesting the implied demand that women be silent and appreciate, regardless of whatever circumstances, their role as non-providers.”
If your kid has a school project coming up that requires Elmer’s glue, you might be SOL.
The couple were told they may not be able to conceive without medical intervention. Happily, that wasn’t at all the case.