Beautiful Female Faces
God has created us in His own image. But he has infinite images and hence we have infinite faces. It is a very fascinating study.
Acne is a skin health problems that often interfere with each person. Various ways are used to remove acne from face to face still looked clean. Even various cosmetics offered to eliminate acne. From the price is very cheap to very expensive. For most people face is the charm of every human being, whether male or female. It was first noticed when we meet someone is the face. therefore we must maintain the cleanliness of our faces. If we face such thing as acne appear, would be a nuisance to our
This one, unfortunately, is true: Men prefer longer hair. According to studies, men are generally more attracted to women whose hair flows past their shoulders. In one study, women's images were digitally altered to give them short, long, and medium-length hair. Men rated the same faces as more attractive when they were attached to more hair. In another study, long and medium-length hair improved male raters' evaluation of female subjects' health. Well, call us crazy, but we say the hell with t
Samira Ibrahim, plaintiff, takes action and fights for her rights as a woman. "After Egyptian soldiers detained her and subjected her and other female protesters to forced "virginity tests," the 25-year-old marketing manager refused to stay silent. She sued the military, and in December a civilian judge ruled the humiliating practice illegal." http://ow.ly/ampVG
Too often women suffer in silence; their struggles stay hidden behind forced smiles and stoic faces. This is not something Samira Ibrahim is willing to allow. After Egyptian soldiers detained her and subjected her and other female protesters to forced "virginity tests," the 25-year-old marketing manager refused to stay silent. She sued the military, and in December a civilian judge ruled the humiliating practice illegal. Her fight is not over, though: In March, a military tribunal acquitted the
Veiled from the age of five, Rashaida women are required by the law of purdah to cover their faces when they are in public. The mask is considered an expression of female beauty and its elaborate style has remained unchanged for more than 150 years.
Our 6th all female online magazine..this weeks' blog is about the 2 faces of autism as well as another Q from my bestie of over 25 years....and a hint of what's to come in april!