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  • Ahbee - Every body is beautiful

    Ahbee - Every body is beautiful

    So long as a person's body is out of harm's way, all bodies are beautiful.

    EVERYBODY has their own idea of what is attractive and their own set of kinks. There will always be somebody who finds an individual attractive.

    Just as such there will always be people who will have negative opinions about someone and their appearance. As long as you love yourself and the vessel that carries you, to hell with anybody else's opinion on you, good or bad. 

    Every body is beautiful.

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  • Pinky - Cosplay is fun

    Pinky - Cosplay is fun

    My advice for a beginner cosplayer would be to just be yourself.

    For most people, cosplay is a way to escape reality.

    Just because you cosplay a certain character does not mean you have to act like that character.

    When I cosplay I'm not worried about being too into character, I'm mostly in it to have fun. Which leads into my second piece of advice, have fun. Always have fun when you are doing anything, whether it is for cosplay or not.

    Having fun, to me, is one of the more important parts of cosplaying.

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  • Lou - tats & curves

    Lou - tats & curves

    Alt model means to me someone that doesn't necessarily fit into the conventional stereotypical model mold. I certainly don't.

    A model should be unique, all different shapes all different sizes.

    Alt models should say look at me, I don't fit into a mold I am fabulous and I'm proud of my body.

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  • Oriane - Get inspiration from people who spread love and tolerance

    Oriane - Get inspiration from people who spread love and tolerance

    I've always practiced different sports. Rowing, running; but I've started fitness 12 years ago at my university gym, and kept it going.

    It made me watch what I was eating more closely, and simply made me feel great. I do it casually, 4 to 5 times a week, and I alternated between a one-hour cardio session and strength training at the gym.

     

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Highs and Lows – Maradona by Kusturica

August 9th, 2016

BY THOUGHTSONFILMS

Coming to the end of 2014, Fikri Jermadi decided to close a book first opened six years ago.

This is something of an unfinished bit of business for me. ‘Maradona by Kusturica’ was a film I first previewed six years ago, when it was screening for the first time at the 2008 Cannes International Film Festival.

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An interview with Tom Hardy for Bronson (2008)

August 5th, 2016

By Damon Wise

This interview with Tom Hardy is a fragment of a phone conversation that was meant to last 20 minutes and went on for nearer 90. In the course of it, Hardy said goodbye to his wife and (I think newborn) child, accidentally drove off with his wife's phone, dropped it off for her at a nearby cafe and then drove to a photo shoot for Dazed & Confused, for which he was at least an hour late. I know this because the film's PR began ringing me relentlessly while Hardy was (permanently) mid-sentence, which meant I had the constant beep of an incoming call in my right ear.

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JEREMY BRETT: THE REAL SHERLOCK HOLMES

Actor Jeremy Brett – widely considered the most accurate Holmes in history – analyzes the great detective's feelings on Watson, women, and death.

By Rosemary Herbert    http://www.the-line-up.com/


It was a windy April morning when revolving doors spun me into the lobby of a large hotel in New York’s theater district, there to meet Jeremy Brett, a.k.a. Sherlock Holmes, for breakfast. Having seen him in the Holmes role in the highly acclaimed Mystery! series on public television, it was difficult to imagine the actor in everyday attire. I wondered if I would recognize him.

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Family Ties, Boston Style, in Los Angeles

TELEVISION REVIEW

‘Ray Donovan,’ on Showtime, Stars Liev Schreiber as a Fixer

By ALESSANDRA STANLEY

If a series is going to go full Boston Irish, with battered former boxers, pedophile priests, barflies and fathers who do time in prison, all of it infused with the R-less accent of Dorchester, there really should be a Wahlberg in the cast.

Mark, or at least Donnie.

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