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PHOTOS – FEMALE PRESENTER REMOVES CLOTHES WHILE REPORTING ON CRISTIANO RONALDO

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C. Ronaldo just might be too hot; literally.

A Venezuelan TV presenter Yuvi Pallarés while reporting on the superstar and world best football , got so hot and decided to damn the consequences and take off her clothes.

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Quotes About Men And Women

Oscar Wilde

“A man’s face is his autobiography. A woman’s face is her work of fiction.”
Oscar Wilde

Albert Einstein

“Men marry women with the hope they will never change. Women marry men with the hope they will change. Invariably they are both disappointed.”
Albert Einstein

George Carlin

“Men are from Earth, women are from Earth. Deal with it.”
George Carlin

George Carlin

“He – and if there is a God, I am convinced he is a he, because no woman could or would ever fuck things up this badly.”
George Carlin

Barbra Streisand

“Why does a woman work ten years to change a man, then complain he’s not the man she married?”
Barbra Streisand

Woody Allen

“Men learn to love the woman they are attracted to. Women learn to become attracted to the man they fall in love with.”
Woody Allen

Tucker Max

“Ladies, let me give you some advice. You can throw all your stupid fucking chick-lit, self-help, why-doesn’t-he-love-me books out, because this is all you need to know: Men will treat you the way you let them. There is no such thing as “deserving” respect; you get what you demand from people.. if you demand respect, he will either respect you or he won’t associate with you. It really is that simple.”
Tucker Max, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell

Robert Frost

“A diplomat is a man who always remembers a woman’s birthday but never remembers her age.”
Robert Frost

Dorothy L. Sayers

“Wherever you find a great man, you will find a great mother or a great wife standing behind him — or so they used to say. It would be interesting to know how many great women have had great fathers and husbands behind them.”
Dorothy L. Sayers, Gaudy Night

Stanley Baldwin

“I would rather trust a woman’s instinct than a man’s reason.”
Stanley Baldwin

Ayn Rand

“Let me give you a tip on a clue to men’s characters: the man who damns money has obtained it dishonorably; the man who respects it has earned it.”
Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged

Terry Pratchett

“The female mind is certainly a devious one, my lord.”
Vetinari looked at his secretary in surprise. “Well, of course it is. It has to deal with the male one.”
Terry Pratchett, Unseen Academicals

C. JoyBell C.

“I cannot have a man who is afraid of everything, I don’t have the time to soothe insecurities and fears, I cannot have a man who is standing on a stone by a creek, watching for the fish to swim by and every time he sees a fish he says “Oh look, this fish scares me, I wonder what this fish means, this fish might mean- this, or this fish might mean- that” for God’s sake, they are just fish, and they don’t mean anything! Such a sad thing, so many fine, strong men standing on top of little stones, pointing at fish all the time! Such a waste! Such a waste of time! I can only have a man who will leap into the water, not minding the damn fish and whatever other little things that scare him. I need to have someone who is braver than me; if I am a pirate, he has to be the pirate Captain, if I am a pirate Captain he has to be the flying dragon.”
C. JoyBell C.

Meg Cabot

“A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.”
I really hate this expression. I bet fish would totally want bicycles.”
Meg Cabot, Princess on the Brink

Rachel Caine

“That’s it? That’s your big goodbye?” Eve asked.
Claire looked at Eve mystified. “I think I need guy CliffNotes.”
“Guys aren’t deep enough to need CliffNotes.”
“What were you waiting for, flowery poetry?” Shane snorted. “I hugged. I’m done.”
Rachel Caine, Lord of Misrule

Whitney Otto

“The best men tell you the truth because they think you can take it; the worst men either try to preserve you in some innocent state with their false protection, or are ‘brutally honest.’ When someone tells, lets you think for yourself, experience your own emotions, he is treating you as a true equal, a friend…And the best men cook for you.”
Whitney Otto, How to Make an American Quilt

Isabel Allende

“A man does what he can; a woman does what a man cannot.”
Isabel Allende, Inés of My Soul

Rita Mae Brown

“Women need to feel loved and men need to feel needed.”
Rita Mae Brown, Riding Shotgun

Neal Stephenson

“She’s a woman, you’re a dude. You’re not supposed to understand her. That’s not what she’s after…. She doesn’t want you to understand her. She knows that’s impossible. She just wants you to understand yourself. Everything else is negotiable.”
Neal Stephenson, Snow Crash

Matthew Henry

“Women were created from the rib of man to be beside him, not from his head to top him, nor from his feet to be trampled by him, but from under his arm to be protected by him, near to his heart to be loved by him.”
Matthew Henry, An Exposition of the Old and New Testament

Greg Behrendt

“There will never be a good time, financially, to get married, unless you’re Shaq or Ray Romano. But somehow people manage. If your man is using money as an excuse not to marry you, it’s your relationship that’s insecure, not his bank account.”
Greg Behrendt, He’s Just Not That Into You: The No-Excuses Truth to Understanding Guys

Will Rogers

“There are two theories to arguing with a woman. Neither works.”
Will Rogers

C. JoyBell C.

“The real thing that keeps men and women apart, is fear. Women blame men and men blame women, but the culprit is fear, women are afraid of one thing, men are afraid of a different thing; the fears of women have to do with losing while the fears of men have to do with not being good enough for something. One is loss, the other is insecurity. Men are innately more insecure than women and women are innately more needful of companionship than men. It’s good for both men and women to be able to recognize and identify these fears not only within themselves, but within each other, and then men and women will see that they really do need to help each other. It’s not a game, it’s not a competition, the two sexes need one another.”
C. JoyBell C.

Lemony Snicket

“The difference between a house and a home is like the difference between a man and a woman– it might be embarrassing to explain, but it would be very unusual to get them confused.”
Lemony Snicket, Horseradish

C. JoyBell C.

“I have met so many heartbroken men. It’s a catastrophe. Women are easily overcome by the process that happens when a boy falls in love and becomes a man. Men’s hearts are so often broken. Still, you have to leave your broken heart in a place where- when the woman who knows how to see what a gift is, sees it- your broken heart can be picked up again. I think that it takes a very strong woman (inner strength) to be able to handle a man falling in love with her, without morphing into a monster (the process is a very potent process, it can poison a woman, really). A woman thinks she wants a man to fall in love with her for all the perks that come with it; but when a real love really does happen, when a real man shows his manhood; it’s often too powerful a thing to endure without being poisoned. Hence, all the heartbroken men. But, I do believe that there are strong women in the world today. A few. But there are. You could say, that the mark of a real woman, is a woman who can handle a man- a man falling in love with her. A woman who can recognize that, and keep it with her.”
C. JoyBell C.
“Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult.”
Charlotte Whitton

J. Courtney Sullivan

“Women leave their marriages when they can’t take any more. Men leave when they find someone new.”
J. Courtney Sullivan, Commencement

Fulton J. Sheen

“The difference between the love of a man and the love of a woman is that a man will always give reasons for loving, but a woman gives no reasons for loving.”
Fulton J. Sheen, Life Is Worth Living

Nelson DeMille

“Basically, all women are nurturers and healers, and all men are mental patients to varying degrees.”
Nelson DeMille, The General’s Daughter

Christine de Pizan

“Just as women’s bodies are softer than men’s, so their understanding is sharper.”
Christine de Pizan

“How could you love us being together?” he asked me “We are nothing alike and we are not meant for each other and we drive each other crazy, you love that? How can you love that?” So I told him “I know that we’re not meant for each other, that we drive each other crazy, and that we are so different. But that’s us. That’s what we have; a wild nonsense. We are not good together, but together we are bad for each other. I love us together this way just like this. Because even if it’s no good, it’s what we have! It’s us.”

Diana Gabaldon

“…sitting and waiting is one of the most miserable occupations known to man – not that it usually is known to men; women do it much more often.”
Diana Gabaldon, Dragonfly in Amber

Jenny Trout

“I have to go. I have a finite amount of life left and I don’t want to spend it arguing with you.”
Jenny Trout, Ashes to Ashes

Darynda Jones

“I sort of got off on making bad guys sweat. Which was not unlike my love of making good guys sweat, just by very different means.”
Darynda Jones, Second Grave on the Left

Melina Marchetta

“Have you ever seen The Last of the Mohicans?”
“I love it.”
“Really?” I’m over the moon. We share a movie. Finally, we’re on the same planet.
“Don’t you love the part where he says, ‘Stay alive. I will find you’?” I ask.
“I love that massacre scene,” he says, like an excited little boy, “where they’re walking down that path in the middle of nowhere and they’re surrounded by the woods and you know the Indians are going to attack and it’s so tense.”
Things that make you go hmmm.
Melina Marchetta, Saving Francesca

Moderata Fonte

“When you hear men talking,” said Cornelia, “all they ever do is speak ill of women. … And I don’t quite know how they managed to make this law in their favour, or who exactly it was who gave them a greater license to sin than is allowed to us; and if the fault is common to both sexes (as they can hardly deny), why should the blame not be as well? What makes them think they can boast of the same thing that in women brings only shame?”
Moderata Fonte, The Worth of Women: Wherein Is Clearly Revealed Their Nobility and Their Superiority to Men

Nicole Hollander

“Can you imagine a world without men? There’d be no crime, and lots of fat happy women.”
Nicole Hollander

Mark Twain

“One frequently only finds out how really beautiful a women is, until
after considerable acquaintance with her.”
Mark Twain

Kristin Hannah

“At one point, she’d wanted to hurl the whole breakfast at the wall. And then she’d remember why it was that men had temper tantrums and women didn’t: cleanup.”
Kristin Hannah, Angel Falls
“Miscommunication is endless.”
J.P. Rattie

Neil Strauss

“Men are not dogs. We merely think we are and, on occasion, act as if we are. But, by believing in our nobler nature, women have the amazing power to inspire us to live up to it.”
Neil Strauss, The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists

Wm. Paul Young

“Women, in general, will find it difficult to turn from a man and stop demanding that he meets their needs, provides security, and protects their identity, and return to me. Men, in general, find it very hard to turn from the works of their hands, their own quests for power and security and significance, and turn to me.”
Wm. Paul Young, The Shack

Deborah Harkness

“I was planning on starting a new file on my computer with the title “Phrases That Sound One Way to Witches but Mean Something Else to Vampires.”
Deborah Harkness, A Discovery of Witches
“a wise woman puts a grain of sugar in everything she says to a man, and takes a grain of salt with everything he says to her.”
Helen Rowland
“Morality was probably the invention of unattractive men. Whom else does it benefit really”
Manu Joseph, The Illicit Happiness of Other People

Elisabeth Elliot

“It is a naive sort of feminism that insists that women prove their ability to do all the things that men do. This is a distortion and a travesty. Men have never sought to prove that they can do all the things women do. Why subject women to purely masculine criteria? Women can and ought to be judged by the criteria of femininity, for it is in their femininity that they participate in the human race. And femininity has its limitations. So has masculinity. That is what we’ve been talking about. To do this is not to do that. To be this is not to be that. To be a woman is not to be a man. To be married is not to be single – which may mean not to have a career. To marry this man is not to marry all the others. A choice is a limitation.”
Elisabeth Elliot, Let Me Be a Woman

Alexandra Potter

“When men see an attractive woman, they fantasize about sex. When women see an attractive man they fantasize about a relationship.”
Alexandra Potter, Do You Come Here Often?

Tiffany Madison

“It is assured that men of all ages imagine a woman naked when they first meet.”
Tiffany Madison, Black and White

Emily Maguire

“Sarah learnt a lot from Alex. Like the way men could say one thing, then another, then act in a way inconsistent with both positions and somehow still be convinced of their own integrity.”
Emily Maguire, Taming the Beast

Richelle E. Goodrich

“What’s the point of changing who you are in order to impress a woman, when your intention is to return to who you were, a person she was never attracted to in the first place?”
Richelle E. Goodrich

Jenny Trout

“One minute she acts like she wants to be with me and I’m the one rejecting her. The next, she’s got this barbed wire fence and barking dogs around her, like I can’t even ask her the simplest questions.”

“And here I was assuming you didn’t care about her.”

Stabbing his fingers through his hair, he groaned, “I don’t!”

“And you make it perfectly clear.” Men. Idiots.”
Jenny Trout, Ashes to Ashes

Kimberly Novosel

“Unfortunately, he still hadn’t asked for my number, or a date, or my hand in marriage, and my drink was getting low.”
Kimberly Novosel, Loved

Virginia Woolf

“It was love, she thought, love that never clutch its object; but, like the love which mathematicians bear their symbols, or poets their phrases, was meant to be spread over the world and become part of human gain. The world by all means should have shared it, could Mr Bankes have said why that woman pleased him so; why the sight of her reading a fairy tale to her boy had upon him precisely the same effect as the solution of a scientific problem.”
Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse

Donna Lynn Hope

“Some men like shiny new toys. Others like the priceless antique.”
Donna Lynn Hope

Bauvard

“A man is always devoted to something more tangible than a woman – the idea of her.”
Bauvard, The Prince Of Plungers
“Women like silent men. They think they’re listening.”
Marcel Achard

Louise Erdrich

“Women don’t realize how much store men set on the regularity of their habits. We absorb their comings and goings into our bodies, their rhythms into our bones.”
Louise Erdrich, The Round House

J. Courtney Sullivan

“She had once said that she believed the women’s liberation movement of the sixties and seventies was actually a ploy by men to get women to do more.”
J. Courtney Sullivan, Commencement

Roman Payne

“In my errant life I roamed
To learn the secrets of women and men,
Of gods and dreams.
I’ve known all the countries of our world,
I’ve lived a thousand lives:
Many lives I lived in love,
Other lives I squandered.
For in my life I never traveled,
All I did was wander.”
Roman Payne, The Wanderess

Tad Williams

“I haven’t met that many women, human or angelic, who actually like to drive. In my experience they seem to be much more pragmatic about the whole thing than we are. For most males, driving is an extension of their masculinity; they have little fantasy scenarios going all the time – races, chases, and dramatic combat with other drivers. Females, on the other hand, generally seem to view driving as something you do to get somewhere. I know, crazy.”
Tad Williams, The Dirty Streets of Heaven


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Sorry, men ARE more brainy than women (and more stupid too!) It’s a simple scientific fact.

Sorry, men ARE more brainy than women (and more stupid too!) It’s a simple scientific fact, says one of Britain’s top dons

Baroness Susan Greenfield is one of Britain’s best-known female scientists; she’s a professor of neurophysiology at the University of Oxford, a former director of the Royal Institution and an accomplished writer and broadcaster on scientific matters.

So when she very publicly bemoans the lack of women reaching the higher echelons of the scientific establishment, people tend to sit up and take notice.

In a newspaper article last month, she expressed her concern that only ten per cent of science professors in this country are women.

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein: Was he the perfect example of a male scientist being more intelligent than a female colleague?

Her comments struck a chord, attracting a host of comments agreeing that women scientists were generally getting a raw deal.

This raises an important and controversial question. Is there really a glass ceiling holding back the careers of talented female scientists? Have decades of anti-sexual discrimination legislation really counted for nothing in the laboratories of Britain?

Or might there be another explanation for why we find such a marked shortage of women, not just in the highest levels of science but in big business, the professions, and politics, too?

It is my contention – based on a lifetime of academic research – that there is an explanation and I advance it all too aware of the howls of feminist outrage I am about to unleash.

So, here goes: one of the main reasons why there are not more female science professors or chief executives or Cabinet ministers is that, on average, men are more intelligent than women.

Nor do the shocks to the noisy advocates of equal opportunities stop there, I’m afraid.

Baroness Susan Greenfield

Baroness Susan Greenfield

For not only is the average man more intelligent than the average woman but also a clear and rather startling imbalance emerges between the sexes at the high levels of intelligence that the most demanding jobs require.

For instance, at the near-genius level (an IQ of 145), brilliant men outnumber brilliant women by 8 to one. That’s statistics, not sexism.

In this context, Professor Greenfield’s indignation that only one in ten science professors is female doesn’t seem all that bad. It also goes some way to explaining why, in almost 110 years of Nobel Prize history, only two women have ever won the Prize for physics, only four have won the Prize for chemistry and why no women at all have ever won the coveted Fields Medal for mathematics in eight decades of trying.

In recent years, the forces of political correctness have made the reporting of this sort of statistic virtually impossible.

Yet as a psychologist who has dedicated his career to the study of intelligence – and, in particular, to how it differs between the sexes – I can tell you that in my academic circles these IQ figures are barely disputed.

Ever since the Frenchman Alfred Binet devised the first intelligence test in 1905, study after study has confirmed the same result. When it comes to IQ, men and women – at least once they’ve gained adulthood – simply are not equal.

Boys and girls may start out with the same IQ but by 16 or so boys are starting to inch ahead. The ever-growing success of girls at GCSE, A-level and now at university would seem to refute this – but the blame lies with our exam system, with its emphasis on coursework, which rewards diligence more than it does intelligence.

The undeniable, easily measurable fact remains that, by the time both sexes reach 21, men, on average, score five IQ points higher than women.

Before discussing how and why this might be, I ought to explain what psychologists mean by intelligence. It’s made up of a range of cognitive abilities that include reasoning, problem-solving, spatial ability, general knowledge and memory.

In all of these, men outperform women – although women hold their own when it comes to verbal reasoning and have a definite edge in foreign language skills and spelling.

We must look to the field of evolutionary psychology for an explanation of why men have emerged as the more intelligent sex.

As the hunter part of a hunter-gatherer society, men were faced with complex, life-threatening problems that needed solving on a daily basis. For example, how to kill that elusive deer?

The hunters that used all their mental capabilities to come up with the answers, successfully killing animals day after day, were clearly the most intelligent.

They were the high-status males of their day and – provocative as it is to say so – must have possessed far sharper minds than those of women engaged in the relatively simple tasks of gathering berries and raising children.

The difference in intelligence between boys and girls starts to emerge at school

The difference in intelligence between boys and girls starts to emerge at school

These high-status males would also have been the most eligible mates, and it would be their genes – chief among which would be those controlling male brain size – that would be passed on to the next generation.

The result is that men today still have physically bigger brains than women, even after adjustments for their different-body size. Might this underpin the five-point difference in IQ between the sexes?

Of course, in normal daily life, there’s not much real difference between a man with an IQ of 105 and a woman with an IQ of

100. The real difference only emerges as we rise up the IQ scale to the sort of level that the really top jobs require and as we drop lower down the scale – because men, as it turns out, have a much wider range of intelligence than women.

As a result, there are not only far more men with high IQs than there are women, but there are also, as I’m sure any woman would tell you, far more stupid men around than there are stupid women.

There is, as yet, no simple or, indeed, totally convincing explanation as to why this is, but while the abundance of stupid men has always caused social problems, it is the relative abundance of highly intelligent men that has caused problems for several generations of emancipated, liberated, ambitious women.

As a result, when these women get close to the top, they are simply out-numbered by highly intelligent and often ruthlessly ambitious men.

As our hunter-gatherer example has already suggested, men and women have also evolved different kinds of intelligence.

The demands of hunting – devising tactics and strategies, anticipating likely outcomes – favoured the development of reasoning, together with mathematical and spatial abilities, which is why, thousands of years later, men continue to be overrepresented in fields such as maths and physics.

However, when it comes to verbal intelligence, women match men because, in our hunter-gatherer past, women needed verbal abilities to negotiate their relationships with both men and women and to teach and socialise their children.

This explains why they are every bit as successful as men at writing novels, say, or even newspaper columns. Their superior foreign language skills explain why if you walk into a university language lecture theatre, you won’t find many men.

But there’s another reason why, at the very highest and most demanding of levels in society, men have a natural advantage – and it’s one we’ve seen in countless natural history TV documentaries.

Take, for example, the case of rutting stags or fighting chimps and you get the generally aggressive idea. Thanks to high levels of the male sex hormone testosterone, men are far more competitive and motivated for success than women.

For a man – at least as far as his hormone system is concerned – succeeding, competing and beating his rivals is very much still a matter of life and death.

Consequently, ambitious, high-achieving men typically work harder, compete more aggressively and become totally immersed in their careers, while even the most high-achieving women will often admit to finding themselves distracted by their genetically preconditioned aptitude for nurture and support.

For them, it is often a question of what to get for supper, or whether the children have got clean shirts for school. These are small distractions, admittedly, but at the very highest level they have an effect.

As an academic, it’s my job to tell the truth, to explain the scientific evidence before us, irrespective of how unfashionable my conclusions are.

Big ideas such as Galileo’s theory that Earth revolved around the Sun, rather than vice versa, or Darwin’s theory of evolution, met with vociferous opposition when first advanced.

And, certainly, the ideas I’ve laid out here have already got some highly respected people into very serious trouble.

Lawrence Summers

Economist Lawrence Summers was forced to resign after saying men are better than women at certain jobs

In 2005, the distinguished economist Lawrence Summers was forced to resign as President of Harvard University after expressing the view, at a seminar on diversity in the academic workplace, that in some fields the innate cognitive differences between the sexes might make the search for a perfect 50:50 gender balance impossible.

He didn’t accept that the lack of women at senior level was all due to glass ceilings, anti-social hours or lack of opportunity and encouragement.

Instead, he went with what the science is clearly telling us – that at the really top level in maths and science, when we’re not dealing with average intelligence but near genius, there are simply more men around who can do the job.

For that simple statement of truth, he was eventually forced out of his post.I take some comfort from the fact that Lawrence Summers’ hormonally-driven male competitive instincts kicked in and he has now bounced back to become a senior economic adviser to President Obama.

But what if he and I are right – as I am 100 per cent convinced we are? If men are innately better at certain subjects than women, then why should society struggle so hard – and so expensively – to try to engineer a perfect balance between the sexes?

By all means, take steps to ensure that boys and girls get the same opportunities in education, but let’s also accept that those same opportunities will not produce the same outcomes. Men will always outnumber women in certain fields and vice versa.

My argument isn’t based on crude chauvinist doctrine (although I’m quite sure my opponents will disagree) but on decades of research, relatively simple statistics and an understanding of the law of averages.

Of course, just because men, on average, are more intelligent then women, doesn’t mean there are no individually brilliant women around.

If I’m right, it doesn’t mean there will be no female professors of physics; it just means we should accept that there will be fewer of them. Nor does it mean that a woman will never win the Fields Medal for mathematics; it just means that we live in a world where such an event is very, very unlikely.

I realise my views are unfashionable, just as I realise the juggernaut of sexual equality and political correctness will take an awful lot of stopping.

But I say to the social engineers who dream up ever-more-ingenious ways of getting more women into top positions; don’t be surprised if you find your nobly motivated ambitions foundering on the immovable rock of human nature.

• Professor Richard Lynn is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Ulster. 


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20 Things You Must Accept If You Want Your Relationship To Succeed

Love in fact, does not conquer all. It’s a common misconception that if you love someone, everything else will work itself out, but love alone is not enough.


Acceptance is what will get you through to the other side. Acceptance doesn’t mean resignation; it means understanding that something is what it is and that you can choose it for exactly what it is. Because when you do choose it for what it is and what it isn’t, it brings something entirely new into your world.

Once there is acceptance, you bring peace and change to your energy, and from there anything you create with the person you love is possible.

That’s not to say that you must accept everything in your relationship. You shouldn’t accept any abuse, physically or emotionally, and you must establish your deal-breakers along with making sure you are compatible, have similar core values and a vision for your future.

However, there are things you must accept in the one you love and in your relationship in order to bring peace into your life.

Here are 20 things you must accept for your relationship to succeed:

1. Accept the things you cannot change.


2. Accept that you cannot fix your partner.

3. Accept that your partner is not perfect.

4. Accept that not everyone will behave as you do.

5. Accept that just because they don’t behave like you, it doesn’t make them wrong.

6. Accept their flaws.

7. Accept love as they are able to give it to you.

8. Accept that you love them.

9. Accept that we all experience things (including love) differently.

10. Accept that sometimes they can be a bit of a mess.

11. Accept the mess in the sink.

12. Accept that they are human and will make mistakes.

13. Accept their apology.

14. Accept your differences.

15. Accept that everyone has a past.

16. Accept that they cannot read your mind.

17. Accept that they can’t live up to an expectation you don’t communicate.

18. Accept that you are not always right.

19. Accept that there will be good and bad times.

20. Accept them.

What you resist will persist and will drive you absolutely crazy. By accepting, you are opening up a space for something completely new to happen in your relationship. Can you accept the challenge?


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Man Without Penis Reveals How He Had Sex With Over 100 Women

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Andrew Wardle, 40, from Greater Manchester, UK, has bedded over 100 women despite the fact that he doesn’t have a penis.

Andrew has revealed all about his life in TLC’s “The Man With No Penis” which sees him confess his life-long secret to friends and family – including his unsuspecting, long-term girlfriend, Fedra – and investigates life-changing surgery that could give him a fully-functioning penis built from the skin, blood vessels and nerves on his arm.

Filmed over twelve months, viewers will discover how Andrew’s rare birth condition left him with testicles, but no penis and how he kept it a secret from his lovers.

“I’ve told 20% of them the truth,” he says but then reveals how one woman punched him in the face when she learned the astonishing truth.

“It is difficult to explain to a new girlfriend but when I have, some have been really nice about it. But I was punched in the face once when I told a girl. I guess she was angry as she felt like I had lied but it’s not something you can say right away,” he previously told This Morning.

Now, after forty years of secrecy, Andrew’s decided to reveal the truth, admitting: “I was sick of hiding”. And, if the operation is successful, he’ll have a fully functioning penis for the first time in his life.

Andrew has made the news before, most notably when he appeared on This Morning to talk about his issue.

“My first girlfriend was really nice and understanding. We went out for four years and it was not a problem. It may have been if we were together in the future but we were only 15 so it wasn’t,” he explained.


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THE LAVISH TAX – FUNDED LIFESTYLE OF ZULU KING BLAMED FOR SA BASELESS VIOLENCE.

A palace for each of his six wives and £155,000 just on military uniforms for his 28 children: Jaw-dropping life of Zulu King is blamed for sparking South African bloodshed by branding immigrants ‘lice’

  • King Goodwill Zwelithini allegedly compared foreigners to ‘ants’ and ‘lice’
  • Back in 2012 the 67-year-old told followers homosexuals were ‘rotten’
  • But father-of-28’s lavish lifestyle with his six wives is equally controversial
  • Last year he declared himself bankrupt having spent £250,000 on wedding
  • Yet just last month he bought a Mercedes for each wife – plus a spare

The Zulu king blamed for sparking the violence against foreigners which has seen South Africa’s streets turn into battlefields running with blood over the past two weeks is no stranger to scandal.

It was just a couple of years ago that King Goodwill Zwelithini – who last month said foreigners should ‘pack their belongings’ and leave – labelled homosexuals as ‘rotten’.

The dyed-in-the-wool traditionalist has also courted the wrath of women’s rights and HIV/Aids campaigners for his hardline stance on controversial traditional virginity testing.

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Controversial: King Goodwill Zwelithini (pictured) has been blamed for sparking the xenophobic riots which has left at least seven dead in the last couple of weeks as it spreads from Durban to Johannesburg

Controversial: King Goodwill Zwelithini (pictured) has been blamed for sparking the xenophobic riots which has left at least seven dead in the last couple of weeks as it spreads from Durban to Johannesburg

Horrific: The brutal murder of Mozambican man Emmanuel Sithole in a township near Johannesburg was captured on camera. Zwelithini has been blamed for sparking outbursts of xenophobic violence like this

Horrific: The brutal murder of Mozambican man Emmanuel Sithole in a township near Johannesburg was captured on camera. Zwelithini has been blamed for sparking outbursts of xenophobic violence like this

Xenophobia: The King is said to have told followers in a speech that foreigners were 'lice' and 'ants' and should be expelled from South Africa - a charge he denies, saying it was bad translation

Xenophobia: The King is said to have told followers in a speech that foreigners were ‘lice’ and ‘ants’ and should be expelled from South Africa – a charge he denies, saying it was bad translation

Frenzy: A burnt-out car in the Jeppestown area of Johannesburg. King Zwelithini recently told a crowd of 10,000 that if he had really ordered people to be killed 'this country would be reduced to ashes'

Frenzy: A burnt-out car in the Jeppestown area of Johannesburg. King Zwelithini recently told a crowd of 10,000 that if he had really ordered people to be killed ‘this country would be reduced to ashes’

Obscene: Zola Mafu arrives at the Ondini Sports Complex in Ulundi in a Rolls Royce for her wedding to King Zwelithini in July. She became his sixth wife at the lavish ceremony

King Zwelithini resurrected the outdated custom, in the face of widespread opposition, by claiming it helped the country’s fight against HIV/Aids.

But more recently, there was the revelation that he was bankrupt – despite the 54million rand (£3million) handed to him from the South African government to keep the 67-year-old, his six wives and 28 children in the style to which they are accustomed.

And, as a man who likes to spend more on his birthday cake than many of his subjects earn in a lifetime, it is quite some lifestyle.

While King Zwelithini continues to enjoy all the trappings of his royal status, South African authorities arrested 11 men in Johannesburg late on Tuesday suspected of involvement in violence against immigrants, local television news reported.

The men were held during a joint raid by the police and army on a Johannesburg hostel.

A wave of anti-immigrant violence has so far claimed seven lives in trouble spots in Durban and Johannesburg, to where the government announced the deployment of defence forces on Tuesday.

A speech given by the King in Durban last month, denouncing foreigners as ‘ants’ and ‘lice’ who should leave the country, has been blamed for sparking the violence.

The hellish scenes across townships in South Africa are a far cry from King Zwelithini’s opulent marriage to his sixth wife Zola Mafu, a 28-year-old princess from the neighbouring kingdom of Swaziland, in July, which included a marquee, catering and flowers for 5,000 invited guests.

According to South Africa’s Sunday Times, the monarch paid out more than £55,000 on catering, around £10,000 on a sound system and £15,000 on decorations and flowers.

In total, the extravaganza, attended by 5,000 people, cost an estimated £250,000.

Maintaining all six wives, their children and grandchildren in separate palaces, with generous allowances, private school fees and a retinue of personal staff, requires substantial funding, according to reports.

And he decided they all needed new, imported military regalia to wear to the opening of KwaZulu Natal’s state legislature later this year – at the not insignificant price of £155,000, the Times claimed.

Zulu King’s racist rant about foreigners in South Africa

Defence: Zwelithini also claimed his words were badly translated in 2012 when he called gay people 'rotten'

Defence: Zwelithini also claimed his words were badly translated in 2012 when he called gay people ‘rotten’

Nuptials: His wedding to sixth wife Zola Mafu (pictured) in July cost an estimated R4million, or about £250,000

Nuptials: His wedding to sixth wife Zola Mafu (pictured) in July cost an estimated R4million, or about £250,000

Opulent: Another scene from Mafu's wedding to the king. She was selected as his bride at the age of 18 while participating in the 2003 Swazi reed dance

Opulent: Another scene from Mafu’s wedding to the king. She was selected as his bride at the age of 18 while participating in the 2003 Swazi reed dance

Power: Zwelithini's speech last month is said to be the cause of the violence which has turned the streets into a battleground, sending foreigners running for the safety of special camps

Power: Zwelithini’s speech last month is said to be the cause of the violence which has turned the streets into a battleground, sending foreigners running for the safety of special camps

Luxurious: But the King - pictured here right at the annual reed dance at eNyokeni Royal Palace last year - more often comes under fire for lavish spending on his six wives, 28 children and numerous grandchildren

Luxurious: But the King – pictured here right at the annual reed dance at eNyokeni Royal Palace last year – more often comes under fire for lavish spending on his six wives, 28 children and numerous grandchildren

Funding: Zwelithini is given R54million (about £3million) by the South African government each year

Funding: Zwelithini is given R54million (about £3million) by the South African government each year

But that is not to say the King, who became leader of South Africa’s biggest tribal group aged just 20 in 1968, does not have previous form on exorbitant expenditure.

In 2012, King Zwelithini asked for half a million pounds for a new palace for Queen Mafu – as well as an extra million pounds on fifth wife Queen MaMchiza’s home, in Nongoma, which boasts five royal residences.

Four years before, the royal family had come under fire for spending more than £16,000 on linen.

And just last month, the Sunday Times reported that the King had bought each of his queens a new Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan, in addition to a seventh model ‘as a back up’.

The monarch’s opulent lifestyle is in stark contrast to millions of South Africans who, more than two decades after winning freedom, still do not have access to basic services such as clean water and electricity.

But despite opposition politicians hitting out at the huge amounts lavished upon King Zwelithini and his family, it is unlikely to change.

As South Africa celebrates 21 years of democracy next week, the largesse enjoyed by the king at the taxpayers’ expense appears assured – at least while controversial president and fellow Zulu Jacob Zuma clings to power.

Mr Zuma, who himself has four wives and at least 20 children, has relied on the influential leader to deliver political support, both to him personally and the governing ANC.

Joy: The new King and Queen celebrate during their wedding, yet Zwelithini is a man who likes to spend more on his birthday cake than many of his subjects earn in a lifetime

Joy: The new King and Queen celebrate during their wedding, yet Zwelithini is a man who likes to spend more on his birthday cake than many of his subjects earn in a lifetime

Bankrupt: But the King (centre) ran out of money last year following a particularly expensive few months, and had to beg for more funds - which the government, led by fellow Zulu Jacob Zuma (left), approved

Bankrupt: But the King (centre) ran out of money last year following a particularly expensive few months, and had to beg for more funds – which the government, led by fellow Zulu Jacob Zuma (left), approved

Households: The King has also asked for more than a million pounds to build or renovate his wives' palaces

Households: The King has also asked for more than a million pounds to build or renovate his wives’ palaces

Followers: But despite the extravagances, the King - pictured with Prince Charles in 2011 - is still adored by millions of people, many impoverished, willing to follow his every instruction

Followers: But despite the extravagances, the King – pictured with Prince Charles in 2011 – is still adored by millions of people, many impoverished, willing to follow his every instruction

Raid: Zulu hostel dwellers on the staircase during a joint South African Police and army raid in Johannesburg yesterday. The raid was aimed at tackling gangs which have been hunting down and killing foreigners

Raid: Zulu hostel dwellers on the staircase during a joint South African Police and army raid in Johannesburg yesterday. The raid was aimed at tackling gangs which have been hunting down and killing foreigners

Hands up: Zulus up against a wall waiting to be searched during the police raid on the hostel last night

Hands up: Zulus up against a wall waiting to be searched during the police raid on the hostel last night

Fearful: Potential gang members lie face down on the floor during the police and army action at the hostel

Fearful: Potential gang members lie face down on the floor during the police and army action at the hostel

In return, the king enjoys a budget far higher than South Africa’s other royal households and chiefdoms.

Indeed, the South African government waved through an extra two million rand (£110,600) just last month, to help him get to the end of the financial year.

What’s more, his allowance looks set to rise to R63million (£3.5million) a year by 2017.

And none of this takes into account the amount the South African taxpayer is having to shoulder thanks to the inflammatory speech he gave in March.

‘We ask the foreign nationals to pack their belongings and go back to their countries,’ he said during the speech in Durban.

King Zwelithini has blamed bad reporting for his alleged hate speech, yet his attempt to call for calm this week contained a clear, but rather chilling hint at the power the firebrand believes he wields over his predominantly impoverished, young followers.

He told a crowd of 10,000 that if he had really ordered people to be killed ‘this country would be reduced to ashes’.

Even so, the South African government has been forced to declare ‘an emergency’ over the issue, ordering troops onto the streets of its most volatile townships where disaffected locals have been ransacking shacks in search of migrants they accuse of stealing job and business opportunities.

At least 7,000 foreigners are sheltering in camps for their safety and more than 900 have fled, including to Zimbabwe where despot Robert Mugabe’s government has likened the monarch’s alleged remarks to those made in the run up to the genocide in Rwanda 20 years ago.

Anti-immigrant songs sung by Zulu King’s supporters in Durban

Outcast: There are about 7,000 foreigners sheltering in special camps in Durban and Johannesburg

Outcast: There are about 7,000 foreigners sheltering in special camps in Durban and Johannesburg


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Abducted YFM presenter noted for telling lies – Krobo Girls Old students

Abducted YFM presenter noted for telling lies – Krobo Girls Old students

The lady at the centre of the Takoradi alleged abduction and sexual assault has been described as someone noted for concocting stories according to some of her class mates in secondary school.

She has been identified as an old student of the Krobo Girls Senior High School in the Eastern region.

She is said to have entered the school in 2005 but was expelled in her final year in 2008 for theft, according to some of her classmates.

In an interview with some of them, they told Graphiconline that they knew her in school as Persis Naana Akosua Appiah Antwi who read General Arts in secondary school.

She responded to the nickname “Arrested Teenager.”

According to them, she once faked an asthma attack just to escape punishment.

On another occasion she was said to have tried to poison the student population by attempting to pour acid into the school’s water source. She was however caught before she could carry out that ordeal, they said.

Some said she used to run away from school to spend days out of campus and claimed to have been raped at a tender age.

One of her seniors Ms Jasmine Arku also confirmed that she knew her as a student of Krobo Girls and that she was behind her by one year.

Named by her employers as Ada, the presenter of Takoradi-based YFM, was said to have been abducted last week and sexually assaulted by unknown individuals. She was found Tuesday morning and was receiving treatment at the GHAPOHA Hospital in Takoradi.

She had been missing for about five days and her employers – Global Media Alliance – owners of YFM put out her name and asked the public to help find her.

Her abductors reportedly took pictures of the sexual assault, which they posted on Facebook. Some of the pictures have also been circulating on Whatsapp.

She is not a Nigerian

Her mates, many of whom had heard about the incident and seen the pictures on social media said victim was not a Nigerian as had been published earlier by some media houses.

Doubts

There have been discussions in sections of the media pointing to the fact that the whole incident was staged and acted out but the police is however yet to come to that conclusion as they told  that investigations were still ongoing.

The police and doctors in the Western region were able to speak with her on Wednesday but details of what transpired are not yet known.

There are suspicions that she contacted a syndicate and hired them to stage the act.

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Boyfriend

Meanwhile, the boyfriend of the victim, Rahman Nunoo, speaking to journalists in Takoradi early on, said he doubted her claims of abduction and sexual assault.

The victim, according to the police, has gone through this same experience four times in the past with the last before the present incident recorded in February 2015.

“On several occasions, she failed to cooperate to unravel the mystery surrounding her claims,” the boyfriend told journalists.

The boyfriend said in all her alleged kidnap and rape cases, the victim gave suspicious accounts of what exactly happened to her and who raped her.

According to Nunoo, while the victim upon her return said she walked from Mankesim to her Tanokrom residence in Takoradi, [a distance that takes approximately two hours by car] the supposed kidnapers sent him [Nunoo] a text message that said they could not find the way to his house and that they had left her naked on the street.

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