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https://plus.google.com/107931613657337515884 Miriam Riama : When you are young, you learn a very important, very sexist lesson. You learn that things are different...
When you are young, you learn a very important, very sexist lesson. You learn that things are

different for boys and girls. You learn that things are different for men and women. You learn that

things are different for moms and dads.

You learn that the rules are rewritten, the expectations redirected. You learn that there are good

things and bad things that come with being a man; you learn that there are good and bad things

that come with being a woman.

You learn that women are braver than what men, society and the global community often gives

them credit for. You learn that your body is viewed through different lenses by different people.

You learn that you’re expected to apologize, even when you’re not wrong, and you learn that

sometimes you are just to be seen and not heard.

You learn that life is not always fair and that it is less important to be smart and driven and

talented and more important to be pretty and ditzy and to smile wide with fresh white teeth and

glossy, gooey lips.

And then somewhere along the way, if by choice or if by experience, you learn that most things

society has bothered to teach you are, fortunately, wrong. You learn that it is not the color of your

hair that matters, but the vibrancy of your intellect.

You learn that it’s not your bust size that matters, but your brain power. You learn that yes, those

child-bearing hips will one day make great babies and that you have a power no man will ever

understand or steal. You have the power to make another human life. (Granted, you do get a little

help, but still.)

When you learn that the doctrines that society sits so comfortably upon are wrong, you feel

empowered, invigorated, righted beyond belief. You feel alive and strong and hungry. You feel

taller and faster and braver. You feel womanly and feminine and intimate and vulnerable. You

finally feel like you should have, all those years ago, long before you ever learned that there

were differences woven into the world, that there were paths that were separated just by sexual

orientation.

And so you start making promises. Promises to carry you through the highs and the lows, the

summers and the winters, the goods and the bads. You make promises not to apologize, not to be

silenced, and not to be withered into submission just because you’re a woman.

You promise, instead, to fight back, fight harder, to laugh louder and longer and slap sexism back

into its seat whenever it dares to stand against you. You promise to be a force to be reckoned with

— because you are a force to be reckoned with.

You make promises to be more accepting, more appreciative. You make promises not to make the

same mistakes again, but to at least make them once – so at some point, you’ll know better than to

make them again.

You make promises because you deserve to be hopeful. You deserve to be optimistic. You deserve

to be everything that you want. You deserve to be happy, to be full, to be fed and loved and

clothed and sad and scared and excited and terrified.

You make promises because you believe that, yes, something this rich can stay fresh, that

something this loved can stay alive, that something this strong can weather the storm. So to the

girls who don’t yet know that there are differences in this world — to the ones who are learning,

slowly, that there are certain paths we’re told not to walk, to the ones who are too scared to fight

back against the walls keeping them from the greener grass on the other side: Don’t hold back,

don’t feel confined to the box you’re currently standing in; don’t feel limited to the rules people

tell you to follow; don’t feel like you’re not worth more.

You are. You are ambition, you are power, and you are sugar and rain and strong coffee and cheap

cigarettes. You are determination, you are beautiful, and you are ice when the world needs cooling

and heat when the winds roll in.

You are honey and cinnamon. You are poise and you are praise. You are the makers of promises,

the dreamers of dreams. So, dream. Promise. And do it unapologetically because you are

everything that is exciting and intoxicating about tomorrow. You are every reason to hope.

1. I promise to love this body, through good and bad, to respect it, to treat it with kindness and to

feed it with appreciation always.

2. I promise to stop and smell the roses – to savor how I look and feel today and to accept that it’s

never going to get better than this moment, right now, right here.

3. I promise never to be foolish enough to believe that there is any reason to be anyone other than

me.

4. I promise to date the Wrong Guy, the Right Guy, the Mr. Right Now, the Mr. He’s-Just-Not-
That-Into-Me Guy. I promise to date the guys who make my heart feel full of gladness and the

guys who sometimes treat me wrong. Then, I promise to know better and stick the douchey guys

on the bench.

5. I promise to make mistakes – lots of mistakes, to go eagerly down the wrong road, to venture

way off course. I promise not to play it safe.

6. And I promise to forgive myself wholeheartedly. I promise not to punish myself forever for

things I did when I was sad, when I was happy, when I was young, when I was drunk, when I was

lost on side street after side street in a European country where I didn’t even speak the language.

7. I promise never to keep my mouth shut, to speak up when I know my voice needs to be heard,

to shout louder when it’s ignored. I promise not to apologize for how I feel, for what I believe in,

for what I stand for. I promise never to offer an apology just because it’s easy or expected or even

encouraged.

8. I promise – today, tomorrow and every day – to put myself first, to chase after the things I want

and never to settle for anything less than I know I deserve.

9. I promise never to confuse the man who loves me for my body and the man who loves me for

my mind – and I promise never to settle for a man who doesn’t’t love me for both.

10. I promise to value my brain. To feed it well, with words and songs and lectures and books and

movies and recipes and birthdays. I promise to cultivate and nurture it. To watch it grow strong.

11. I promise to pay it forward, to do what other women have done for me to other women.

12. I promise to give everyone a chance, even though it might be terrifying and risky and stupid

and scary. I promise to step outside my comfort zone often.

13. I promise to know that being a woman always is enough. I promise never to feel limited or

objectified or to feel that my body is the only thing people are interested in.

14. I promise to call my parents, even though I only have five minutes to talk and even though

I’m about to lose service because the subway is beginning its slow dive underground. I promise to

ask them how they’re feeling, to miss them, to love them and to argue with them, to disagree with

them and always, always to look after them.

15. I promise to drink too much, to sleep too late, to dance too hard, to stretch too long, to sing too

loud and to eat too many nachos every time I have the chance.

16. I promise to be proud of how far I’ve come– even though I’m still going. I promise to look

back not with pity or vengeance, but with gratitude. I’ve made it this far.

17. I promise to forgive and not to forget, to let time heal the wounds and to carry what I have

learned so far with me as I go forward. I promise not to let that sadness drag me down. I promise

not to wish ill on past lovers. I promise to send them light, to let them go —and to move forward.

18. I promise to cry my eyes out each time my heart is broken, each time my emotions are

wronged, each time it feels like I’ve singed every artery capable of love. I promise to let myself

have the time, space and Netflix it needs to grieve. And I promise not to apologize for it.

19. I promise to put on the too-high heels, the too-bright red lipstick and the too-short dress and

not to mistake my femininity with “asking for it” or “sluttiness.”I promise to celebrate these

curves, this ass, this shape, these boobs, and this skin-baring midriff because they’re mine.

20. I promise to be patient when things don’t go my way – to step back and realize that it’s all a

process, and a journey like this doesn’t come together all at once, but piece by piece.

21. I promise to allow myself the opportunity to be jealous. To sit with it and to ask it questions

but never to be governed by it. I promise to see it as room to grow and not the concrete tied to my

ankles, holding me down.

22. I promise to make plans for tomorrow and today and for three weeks from now. I promise

never to stop planning, always to want something more, always to plan for something greater and

bigger and more exciting than the things I know today.

23. I promise to love. Always. To give it and to receive it, even when the giver isn't worthy and

when I don’t think I am, either. I promise to let it flow freely from me because it is the one thing

that is bigger than I am – that will always be bigger than I am. I promise to love
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Rihanna beamed defiantly as she shrugged off her nude photo scandal after becoming a victim of hackers.

The sexy star, who allegedly appears in two shots showing her fully nude, which were posted on anonymous site 4chan, hasn't let the embarrassing scandal stop her from having fun.

She was spotted heading to a recording studio in New York over the weekend wearing a midriff-baring white top, grey pencil skirt, blue and white jacket and trainers with a checked red and black shirt tied around her waist.

Rihanna glammed up her look with bright red lipstick and a vintage-style black handbag and looked happier than ever as she smiled for snappers and strolled along the pavement.
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22 Things You Learn Hanging Out With Taylor Swift

From why she doesn't take sexy selfies to why she dances at awards shows, here's what didn't fit into her third Rolling Stone cover story


She has money in her blood.
Swift’s mom, Andrea, was working as a mutual-fund wholesaler in Philadelphia when she met Swift’s dad, Scott, who was a client. “They met in a meeting, and he asked her out,” Swift says. “He had this farm 40 minutes outside of Philly, and he was throwing this big hoedown, and she came, and that’s where they fell in love.” As a girl, Swift wanted to be a stockbroker like her dad; she and her brother also took sailing and horseback riding lessons — “just in case we were put in a time machine and had to live in the 1800s.”

She used to get drunk and cry about Joni Mitchell.
“When I first started drinking — when I was like 21 — I used to cry about Joni Mitchell all the time after a few glasses of wine,” Swift says. “All my friends would know, once I started crying about Joni Mitchell, it was time for me to go to bed.”

She actually does curse from time to time.
Although Swift has cultivated a pretty G-rated image, in private she’s just like anyone else. At one point she’s playing some rough demos of a few new songs on her iPhone when she pulls up one co-written with Ryan Tedder. Swift is playing the piano and hits a wrong note when she blurts out, “Fuck!” Blushing, the real-life Swift immediately attempts to cover the speaker on her phone.


She co-wrote Lena Dunham’s future wedding song.
As a bonus track on her new album, 1989, Swift co-wrote a song with Jack Antonoff of fun., who happens to be her pal Lena Dunham’s boyfriend. Antonoff describes it as having “a very ‘Secret Garden’ Springsteen vibe.” According to Dunham: “Jack and I have a lot of existential and political issues with marriage. But if we ever do get married, there’s no fucking way Taylor is not playing that song.”

She lives in the house Frodo Baggins built.
Earlier this year, Swift moved to Manhattan, where she bought a pair of adjoining Tribeca apartments for a reported $20 million. The building dates back to 1882, when it was built as a warehouse for a sausage dealer — she likes the way it feels like a farmhouse in the city, with lots of wood beams and exposed brick. The apartment was previously owned by Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson, but Swift says she didn’t have to change very much. (“They have really great taste in paint colors.”) She did, however, find a new use for one walk-in closet: “Now it’s my greeting-card writing room!”

She’s surprisingly proud of being able to do splits.
Hanging on the wall in Swift’s new apartment — near dozens of Polaroids of Swift’s family and friends — is a photo of her doing splits. “I was the kid in elementary school who could never do them,” she explains. “So it was a big goal of mine.” In order to pull it off, she spent four months stretching every single day. “It was really hard and painful,” she says. “No one could understand why it was so important to me.” But in the end, it was all worth it. As she says: “Take that, elementary school insecurities.”

She took her grandma’s style.
Also hanging in Swift’s apartment is a photo of her maternal grandmother, Marjorie Finlay, an opera singer in the Fifties who was a dead ringer for Swift. “I’ve taken after her in ways I really didn’t see coming,” Swift says. “We have the same nose. We both like to dress up. And she loved to entertain: At her parties, she would get up and sing for her friends.” Her grandma also took Swift to see her first musical, a children’s production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, when she was 10. “I started doing kids’ musicals, because I loved seeing these kids up there singing and acting,” she recalls. “It affected me more than I realized.”

Don’t expect to see her at the club anytime soon.
Swift’s idea of a big Saturday night is watching Titanic at home with her cats. “We’re both a little bit like 90-year-olds,” says Lena Dunham. “If we’re feeling really crazy, I can get her to go to a furniture store.”

Despite the rumors, Swift says she and Selena Gomez never had beef.
Last August, the gossip press reported that Swift and her pal Gomez weren’t on speaking terms because of the latter’s involvement with Justin Bieber. Not true, says Swift. “People think they have my relationships all mapped out. There were all these blogs, like, ‘Are they feuding? Are they fighting?’ Meanwhile Selena and I would be on the phone that night, laughing about it. We let them have that one.”

She’s not a fan of sexy selfies — or of flaunting it in general.
“I don’t Instagram pictures of myself for people to be like ‘Wow, that looks really sexy,'” she says. “I take pictures of cute kittens, or when the ocean looks nice, or of a funny sign I saw in an airport.” This philosophy extends to sexiness IRL as well: “I like a more classic look,” she says. “I always go back to Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly. Red lipstick and a winged eyeliner — I think that looks nice.”


She has a simple trick for surviving the paparazzi.
When it comes to the paps, Swift has two simple rules. “You just make sure your skirt is down, and you make sure you don’t give them a terrible eating shot,” she says. The second one is hard for her: “I’m incapable of telling when food is on my face. It’s like I don’t have nerves in my skin. So if I get, like, a heinous piece of chocolate on my face, please let me know. I won’t be offended.”

If you ever spot her in public, go ahead ask for a picture.
“I’m totally cool with human interaction,” says Swift. “I’m not scared of strangers. I don’t walk around with bags over my head.” All she asks is that you come up and ask, instead of trying for a sneak pic. “Everyone always says the same thing when they get called out: ‘I was not!'” she laughs. “But it’s like, yeah, you definitely were! As a human being who’s been dealing with this for eight years, I know when someone is taking a picture of me.”

She’s a very thoughtful gift-giver.
“The amount of baked goods and needlepoints I’ve gotten from Taylor cannot be counted,” reports Jack Antonoff. She’s baked him multiple batches of cookies (including pumpkin and oatmeal raisin), and she’s made Dunham a button collage and a cross-stitch of a cat. She was also the first person to give the couple a housewarming present when they moved into their new apartment. It was a taxidermied moth.

B*ut she’s never ordered anything from Amazon.*
“I’ve never ordered anything from Amazon. But my brother does all the time.”

She’s grown a little disillusioned with love.
There’s a song on the new album in which Swift takes a fatalist view of romance. “I think the way I used to approach relationships was very idealistic,” she says. “I used to go into them thinking, ‘Maybe this is the one — we’ll get married and have a family, this could be forever.’ Whereas now I go in thinking, ‘How long do we have on the clock — before something comes along and puts a wrench in it, or your publicist calls and says this isn’t a good idea?'”


And she says it’s almost impossible for her to maintain a relationship.
When it comes to dating when you’re a celebrity, Swift says, “you do feel a little bit like you got run over by a truck. You’ll be riding in the car with someone and all of a sudden it comes on the radio that he bought you a diamond ring and he’s going to propose. And you look at him and go, ‘…that’s not true, right?’ And he says, ‘No that’s not true!’ Can you blame me for wanting less of that?”

When it comes to breaking up, Swift is a rip-off-the-Band-Aid type.
“Once you’ve established that someone doesn’t belong in your life, I don’t understand what more there is to talk about,” she says. “I walk away from things when they’re bad. I don’t stick around to watch them burn to the ground.” She says when she decides a relationship has “become toxic,” “I’ll just check out. Stop communication. I don’t want to scream and yell at someone and give them the opportunity to say I’m crazy, or that I went psycho,” she says. “No one will ever be able to say I went psycho on them.”

Although she’s had plenty to say about her exes, she’s not sure what they’d say about her.
“If you turn on a tape recorder, they’d say nice things,” she says. “But you never know what they’d say in a regular conversation.”

She’s never been in love.
“Looking back? Not real love. Not the kind that lasts. I think that’s still ahead of me — which is really exciting.”

She gets very excited about animals.
During one afternoon spent walking in Central Park, Swift freaks out about animals at least four times. First comes an encounter with some snapping turtles, whom she wants to feed but can’t. (“I’ll get in trouble with PETA.”) Then there’s a bumblebee that tries to land on her head. (“Have you ever gotten stung by a bee? I can’t remember if you’re supposed to stay still or keep moving.”) A little while later, she spots some ducks in a pond. (“Ducks!” she says. “Are those babies, or are they teenagers?”) And finally, there’s the appearance of a quintessentially New York rodent. “A mouse!” she squeals happily, before being informed that it’s actually a rat. Swift laughs: “Do you feel like you’re hanging out with a six-year-old a little bit?”

Speaking of age: She knows she sometimes comes off like a 24-year-old tween
“I think there’s an interesting lag-time on emotional growth for me,” Swift says. “Because I write my records a couple of years before I put them out, I’ve always seemed two or three years younger than I actually was.” That said, having gotten famous singing about fairy tales and crushes, she wary of growing up too fast, because “there’s always gonna be an eight-year-old in the front row. Always.”

Besides — she likes feeling like a little kid sometimes
“I think you have to do things that make you geek out like you’re a kid again, or else you just become one of these 45-year-old 24-year-olds,” Swift says. “That’s why I dance like I’m having fun at awards shows, even though no one else is. Because being cool usually means being bored by everything. And I’m not bored by any of this.”
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How To Wear Bright Red Lipstick When You're Really Pale
If you thought being fair-skinned meant that you can't pull off bright red lipstick, here's proof that you CAN. Kate Bosworth made a bold appearance at the "Still Alice" premiere at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival with a mat...
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Finally Finding a Red Lipstick with L'Oreal Collection Exclusive Pure Reds.
I'm not brave when it comes to make-up, but with a view to upping my game I've been pottering around trying to find the perfect shade of red lipstick to suit my pale skin tone. It's a difficult thing to do, especially when you're used to fairly neutral shad...
Finally Finding a Red Lipstick with L'Oreal Collection Exclusive Pure Reds.

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Ever been a little too afraid to try red lipstick? I've got tips to help! Rocking Red Lipstick http://buff.ly/1uZJ7o4
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