Grab your galentines, this app connects female friends

Grab your galentines, this app connects female friends

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It can be difficult trying to develop friendships when you’re an adult. There’s no school recess forcing you make friends.

New app Hey! Vina is a Tinder-like app that lets women swipe their way to friendship. 

Hey! Vina was created by two Silicon Valley women, Olivia June Poole and Jen Aprahamian, who met at the General Assembly computer programming school. Says Poole, they wanted to help introduce women to friends wherever they are in their lives, all over the world. 

“Vina” comes from a Scottish girl’s name meaning “beloved” or “friend.” Read more…

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Male scientists described in same demeaning way as female scientists

Male scientists described in same demeaning way as female scientists

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You know the stories about how close Nobel Prize-winning physicist Erwin Schrödinger came to never marrying? Chances are you haven’t heard them, because nobody ever talks about Schrödinger’s marriage when they discuss his work.

The same can’t be said for female scientists, however. Twitter user Daurmith jumped on this by writing short bios for some of science’s most famous men, but in the condescending manner typically employed for female scientists

This meant putting all the focus on the scientists’ family lives, their looks and the sheer amazement that they were so brilliant despite being men Read more…

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Man posing in a traditional boudoir photo shoot is beyond stunning

Man posing in a traditional boudoir photo shoot is beyond stunning

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Women often pose in sexy boudoir photo shoots to show they care for their significant others — so it only makes sense that men do it as well. It’s 2016, after all.

Dubbing it “dudoir,” Masika May posted her latest collection of photographs featuring a man posed in the same traditional poses — complete with shy smiles, flirty glances at the camera, suggestive body language and very little clothing.

According to May, Brendon Williams of Langford, Canada contacted her back in September, and together, they created the concept they wanted for the photo shoot. Williams, who is a friend of May, wanted to take the sexy pictures for a photo book for his wife, whose birthday was on Jan. 19. Read more…

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