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Sarah Hill2,823,720Calling all inhabitants of the Ghost Town.   Let's #HIRL in Austin, TX!!!   (Hangout In Real Life). Hear how ★ Plusketeers are using the +Google+  platform to create their own #humanmedia posse and how 2013 could be the year for + Google +.  Our venue only holds 100 so you *must RVSP* early and email googleplus@vu.com if you'd like to join us for lunch. +Veterans United is picking up the tab for free food and drinks but you're ghosts...so you don't eat much right?  ♥♥♥   #SXSWHIRL  HIRL in Austin, TX2013-03-09 12:00:00246  

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2014-09-30 05:59:31 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

I don't trust air that I can't see. 

Most reshares: 7

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2013-11-21 00:06:48 (0 comments, 7 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Yes.

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2013-10-19 23:04:38 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 51 +1s)Open 

Oktoberfest! 

Latest 50 posts

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2015-07-16 22:02:33 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-16 21:51:39 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Can't wait to go see their performance tomorrow night!

"Not your standard fare, the girls vow to create works that: 1) Contain at least 50% female characters, 2) with clear-cut goals not centered around romance, 3) who are multidimensional."

"Mentored by industry professionals, Girl Improved, an ImprovEd Shakespeare Project, teaches adolescent girls the skills needed to craft radical and original stories, creating opportunities for fair and positive representation of girls in the entertainment industry."

Can't wait to go see their performance tomorrow night!

"Not your standard fare, the girls vow to create works that: 1) Contain at least 50% female characters, 2) with clear-cut goals not centered around romance, 3) who are multidimensional."

"Mentored by industry professionals, Girl Improved, an ImprovEd Shakespeare Project, teaches adolescent girls the skills needed to craft radical and original stories, creating opportunities for fair and positive representation of girls in the entertainment industry."___

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2015-04-22 18:50:15 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

My first time looping! In-progress arrangement of Kimbra's Settle Down

My first time looping! In-progress arrangement of Kimbra's Settle Down___

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2015-02-04 03:12:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

"Sadly, while school records can identify where parents live who have chosen not to vaccinate their kids, we are only speculating about why they make those choices. Distrust of government or industry, environmentalism, and religion all seem to be playing a role, and of course many parents have become hyper protective of their kids. But research needs to confirm why people make the choices they make about vaccines because any effective communication effort to influence people’s views must be based on an understanding of their values and feelings. That doesn’t mean agreeing with their views. It just means empathizing with how people feel before offering information about vaccination, from a trustworthy source that specifically responds to the various reasons why they feel the way they do. Respectful communication is more than just presenting the facts the communicator wants to present. It requiresack... more »

"Sadly, while school records can identify where parents live who have chosen not to vaccinate their kids, we are only speculating about why they make those choices. Distrust of government or industry, environmentalism, and religion all seem to be playing a role, and of course many parents have become hyper protective of their kids. But research needs to confirm why people make the choices they make about vaccines because any effective communication effort to influence people’s views must be based on an understanding of their values and feelings. That doesn’t mean agreeing with their views. It just means empathizing with how people feel before offering information about vaccination, from a trustworthy source that specifically responds to the various reasons why they feel the way they do. Respectful communication is more than just presenting the facts the communicator wants to present. It requires acknowledgment of the other parties’ feelings, and it sure doesn’t include calling people names."___

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2014-11-19 16:47:17 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

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2014-09-30 05:59:31 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

I don't trust air that I can't see. 

I don't trust air that I can't see. ___

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2014-08-24 15:07:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

" We all get into trouble if we think the universe only exists of the matter that we can see and measure, and not the anti-matter that is the counterpart that holds it all together." 

" We all get into trouble if we think the universe only exists of the matter that we can see and measure, and not the anti-matter that is the counterpart that holds it all together." ___

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2014-08-12 21:26:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

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2014-06-04 00:05:07 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

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2014-06-03 04:21:15 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

My glasses fogged up while I was getting out of my car. Hello, summer! 

My glasses fogged up while I was getting out of my car. Hello, summer! ___

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2014-05-29 01:38:44 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

"We are not the lovable nerdy protagonist who’s lovable because he’s the protagonist. We’re not guaranteed to get laid by the hot chick of our dreams as long as we work hard enough at it. There isn’t a team of writers or a studio audience pulling for us to triumph by 'getting the girl' in the end. And when our clever ruses and schemes to 'get girls' fail, it’s not because the girls are too stupid or too bitchy or too shallow to play by those unwritten rules we’ve absorbed."

"We are not the lovable nerdy protagonist who’s lovable because he’s the protagonist. We’re not guaranteed to get laid by the hot chick of our dreams as long as we work hard enough at it. There isn’t a team of writers or a studio audience pulling for us to triumph by 'getting the girl' in the end. And when our clever ruses and schemes to 'get girls' fail, it’s not because the girls are too stupid or too bitchy or too shallow to play by those unwritten rules we’ve absorbed."___

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2014-05-25 19:38:50 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

I am happy to hear that the people I know in the area are safe. However, this is such an upsetting tragedy. My heart goes out to you, Isla Vista.

"Dismissing violent misogynists as 'crazy' is a neat way of saying that violent misogyny is an individual problem, not a cultural one." Melissa McEwan

I am happy to hear that the people I know in the area are safe. However, this is such an upsetting tragedy. My heart goes out to you, Isla Vista.

"Dismissing violent misogynists as 'crazy' is a neat way of saying that violent misogyny is an individual problem, not a cultural one." Melissa McEwan___

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2014-05-16 14:43:35 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

"I can't go to Taco Bell, I'm on an all carb diet!" - Joffrey Baratheon

"I can't go to Taco Bell, I'm on an all carb diet!" - Joffrey Baratheon___

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2014-05-01 11:35:49 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

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2014-04-23 14:35:08 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Ha, well done, Emma Stone. Also, I'm excited to see the movie! 

Ha, well done, Emma Stone. Also, I'm excited to see the movie! ___

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2014-04-13 21:38:44 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Pro: Healthier children equals friendlier waiters at Chili’s down the line! 

Pro: Healthier children equals friendlier waiters at Chili’s down the line! ___

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2014-04-04 20:08:56 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

RIP Paul Salamunovich

RIP Paul Salamunovich___

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2014-03-09 02:51:40 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Create a family for a baby without one: Bring the joy of a child into our home

Earlier this week I announced that +Angel Searle and I are adopting (http://goo.gl/KyLH4O). We are overjoyed at the opportunity to provide a loving home for a child who would otherwise be on their own. While we are eager to bring home our new bundle of joy, the process includes many obstacles. 

The primary obstacle is funding it. A private adoption situation like ours still includes the cost for the attorney. We also have the filing and review fees with the state, and of course, medical costs, travel costs - you get the picture. We will find a way to make it work, but I can’t deny that it will be quite the financial challenge.

If there's one thing I've found, it's that I can place my trust in the good hearts of people. Time and again, my friends and followers both online andoff... more »

Create a family for a baby without one: Bring the joy of a child into our home

Earlier this week I announced that +Angel Searle and I are adopting (http://goo.gl/KyLH4O). We are overjoyed at the opportunity to provide a loving home for a child who would otherwise be on their own. While we are eager to bring home our new bundle of joy, the process includes many obstacles. 

The primary obstacle is funding it. A private adoption situation like ours still includes the cost for the attorney. We also have the filing and review fees with the state, and of course, medical costs, travel costs - you get the picture. We will find a way to make it work, but I can’t deny that it will be quite the financial challenge.

If there's one thing I've found, it's that I can place my trust in the good hearts of people. Time and again, my friends and followers both online and offline have come through in support of my family and the people I love. So I come to ask for your help. 

Will you consider helping us bring the joy of another child into our home, and give a family to a child without one? 

See our adoption fund here: http://www.gofundme.com/79r5r0

I understand if you’re not be in a position to offer a donation, but would you share this post and help us spread this message? Most of us aren’t rich, and none of us are perfect, but I know that so many of you have a warm heart, and I thank you for your support.

#Adoption   #Baby   #Family  ___

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2014-03-09 02:43:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Although I'm tempted to say I'm posting this in honor of International Women's Day, I would feel the need to post it anyway. Although it may seem easy to scoff at, this is a very real issue and a very big problem.

Although I'm tempted to say I'm posting this in honor of International Women's Day, I would feel the need to post it anyway. Although it may seem easy to scoff at, this is a very real issue and a very big problem.___

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2014-02-27 03:06:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Thanks, Gov. Brewer.

Thanks, Gov. Brewer.___

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2014-01-23 17:44:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2014-01-04 21:58:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

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2013-12-30 04:00:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Yes. All the ice cream.

Yes. All the ice cream.___

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2013-12-05 02:17:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"listen, respect, and then listen some more."

"listen, respect, and then listen some more."___

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2013-11-28 22:43:06 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Happy Thanksgiving! 

Happy Thanksgiving! ___

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2013-11-21 00:06:48 (0 comments, 7 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Yes.

Yes.___

2013-11-16 00:51:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Seeing Thor in comfy recliners. Mmhmm. 

Seeing Thor in comfy recliners. Mmhmm. ___

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2013-11-15 16:48:41 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Hooray! 

Hooray! ___

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2013-11-05 03:28:02 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

"I’m not trying to judge Paquin for getting married, or for being a breeder—I don’t think she’s setting back the fight for queer rights by participating in wedlock or procreation. . . On the contrary, I think it’s really great that Paquin has made the decision to remain so vocal about her sexuality, regardless of her current relationship. Doing so helps refute one of those other annoying assumptions about bisexuals: 'It’s just a phase.' Sure Paquin ended up with a man, but she still identifies as bi, which means that her past relationships with women weren’t 'experiments.' Remaining steadfastly 'bisexual' (or queer) tells the world that sexual fluidity is a real, lasting, important part of our being” 

"I’m not trying to judge Paquin for getting married, or for being a breeder—I don’t think she’s setting back the fight for queer rights by participating in wedlock or procreation. . . On the contrary, I think it’s really great that Paquin has made the decision to remain so vocal about her sexuality, regardless of her current relationship. Doing so helps refute one of those other annoying assumptions about bisexuals: 'It’s just a phase.' Sure Paquin ended up with a man, but she still identifies as bi, which means that her past relationships with women weren’t 'experiments.' Remaining steadfastly 'bisexual' (or queer) tells the world that sexual fluidity is a real, lasting, important part of our being” ___

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2013-11-01 03:41:44 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

I want a girl with a shirt skirt and a loooonnnnngggg looonnng jacket 

I want a girl with a shirt skirt and a loooonnnnngggg looonnng jacket ___

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2013-10-31 22:14:49 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween___

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2013-10-30 00:51:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Can't wait! 

Can't wait! ___

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2013-10-29 22:12:07 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

I feel like Carrie every time I dye my hair red

I feel like Carrie every time I dye my hair red___

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2013-10-24 16:16:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

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2013-10-19 23:04:38 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 51 +1s)Open 

Oktoberfest! 

Oktoberfest! ___

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2013-10-19 00:15:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

My friend Lennon launched a kickstarter campaign for his album, fusing full orchestra with rock to create a new genre he calls Orch/Rock. Check it out! 

My friend Lennon launched a kickstarter campaign for his album, fusing full orchestra with rock to create a new genre he calls Orch/Rock. Check it out! ___

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2013-10-18 13:38:31 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

I've never had an iPhone, but I still have problems receiving iPhone text messages on my Android. Apple, I love you, but this makes me also hate you. 

I've never had an iPhone, but I still have problems receiving iPhone text messages on my Android. Apple, I love you, but this makes me also hate you. ___

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2013-10-11 20:08:15 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Fun day at the zoo with the family! 

Fun day at the zoo with the family! ___

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2013-10-09 02:06:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Made sure to get some before it sold out this year. I got it before the employee finished stocking the shelves! 

Made sure to get some before it sold out this year. I got it before the employee finished stocking the shelves! ___

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2013-10-03 00:42:58 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Finally seeing The Book of Mormon! 

Finally seeing The Book of Mormon! ___

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2013-09-16 17:26:11 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Really? I love the irony in how they are calling other people idiots. But they're not racists. Nope.

Full disclosure, I did not watch any of the pageant or even hear about it at all until this morning. If people want to be sad because they were rooting for someone else, that's understandable. However, these types of complaints are not okay, and I hope they learn that when these public tweets come back to haunt them.

Really? I love the irony in how they are calling other people idiots. But they're not racists. Nope.

Full disclosure, I did not watch any of the pageant or even hear about it at all until this morning. If people want to be sad because they were rooting for someone else, that's understandable. However, these types of complaints are not okay, and I hope they learn that when these public tweets come back to haunt them.___

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2013-09-06 13:42:29 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

This is ridiculous, haha

This is ridiculous, haha___

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2013-09-03 17:25:39 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

"Today's economic kick-in-the-pants is not necessarily a bad thing. 'I think the semi-crisis we're in could be one of the best things that could ever happen to classical music,' said Manhattan School of Music President James Gandre, who believes the genre is viewed as so sacred that it's hard to break from conventions."

"Today's economic kick-in-the-pants is not necessarily a bad thing. 'I think the semi-crisis we're in could be one of the best things that could ever happen to classical music,' said Manhattan School of Music President James Gandre, who believes the genre is viewed as so sacred that it's hard to break from conventions."___

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2013-08-11 00:29:09 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Our page +Unlacquered is finally up, and we are on TV tonight! Check us out on Longhorn Network if you have it at 9pm central. Even if you don't have LHN, watch the preview below. We are featured in the program and serve as the live-recorded soundrack.

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Check out a preview of Unlacquered's TV debut featuring University of Texas at Austin Athletics and original compositions by Michael Mikulka. Watch the full program on Longhorn Network at 9pm central tonight. ___Our page +Unlacquered is finally up, and we are on TV tonight! Check us out on Longhorn Network if you have it at 9pm central. Even if you don't have LHN, watch the preview below. We are featured in the program and serve as the live-recorded soundrack.

(edited to correct page link)

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2013-08-10 01:11:39 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

We got to meet Wendy Davis tonight! 

We got to meet Wendy Davis tonight! ___

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2013-08-09 02:33:11 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Hmm, maybe this will motivate me to work out more! ;)

Hmm, maybe this will motivate me to work out more! ;)___

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2013-08-05 20:41:13 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

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2013-08-01 00:14:17 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Memphis barbecue! 

Memphis barbecue! ___

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2013-07-18 22:42:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

BMO, you are my favorite

BMO, you are my favorite___

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2013-07-18 16:29:05 (4 comments, 4 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

Coffee Break Read

Here's what the perfect women's magazine would look like

Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett and Holly Baxter of the Vagenda Magazine have put together their list of what they want believe would make the ultimate womens magazine publication

In this world of "Celebrity breakdowns gone wild: side-boob edition", "Make-up tips for the birth of the royal baby", and "Is guacamole making you fat and infertile?", it’s not hard to have gripes with the institution that is The Women’s Magazine. You only have to lazily scan a news stand in any local supermarket to see that the content in publications in the "Women’s Lifestyle" section is lacking. This celeb is too fat; this one has a diet you can follow; this one’s biological clock is ticking; this one is doing an interview on how motherhood and theworkpla... more »

Coffee Break Read

Here's what the perfect women's magazine would look like

Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett and Holly Baxter of the Vagenda Magazine have put together their list of what they want believe would make the ultimate womens magazine publication

In this world of "Celebrity breakdowns gone wild: side-boob edition", "Make-up tips for the birth of the royal baby", and "Is guacamole making you fat and infertile?", it’s not hard to have gripes with the institution that is The Women’s Magazine. You only have to lazily scan a news stand in any local supermarket to see that the content in publications in the "Women’s Lifestyle" section is lacking. This celeb is too fat; this one has a diet you can follow; this one’s biological clock is ticking; this one is doing an interview on how motherhood and the workplace are incompatible. As we currently make a living from slagging off the most insidious examples from these Conde Nasties and National Magazine meanies, attempting to defend ourselves and womankind from guacamole-induced anxiety and side-boob panic with a semblance of satire. Which is all very well, our critics cry, but what would our ideal magazine look like? Well, here are our recommendations:

Every model would have her own limbs. Nary a tacked on, Photoshopped leg nor a slimmed down waist would marr the pages.
 
The diversity of the models’ ethnicities and body types would directly reflect that of the general population. Being a size 14 would not be treated as some kind of freaky health condition whose only possible treatment is a wrap-dress, and the fashion spreads would cease to look like a brochure for a summer camp for Aryan teenagers. Healthy BMIs only. No under sixteens.
 
No cosmetic surgery advertorial. Especially not positioned next to features on "body confidence".
 
Cover interviews with interesting women who have done fabulous things, none of whom employ the terms "down to earth", "normal", or "just like you". No picking over of their diets and exercise regimes. No PR puff. Instead, questions would cover a wide range of topics, ranging from "what’s your horrible terrible?" and "how do you think Obama’s doing?" to "if you could live inside a painting like the little girl in Roald Dahl’s The Witches does, which painting would it be?"
 
Since many of us do have a secret interest in why Kanye called his baby North West or whether or not Boris Johnson and Eminem share a hairdresser, the celebrity section would remain. Only this time, there aren’t any sneaky photographs taken by photographers hiding in the bushes and judging women’s baby weight or headlines proclaiming their imminent breakdowns - "Rihanna looks painfully thin and probably broken inside as she wanders desolately along the Hollywood Boulevard with a heartbreak-flavoured ice cream, thinking of Chris" - will be absent. Tired gender stereotyping will be done away with entirely.
 
In place of where the latest woman would be held up as a tragic spinster or hysterical diva, editors will be encouraged to be far more creative. "Megan Fox emerges from a local bar, looking for all the world like she’s had an exhaustive argument about the Israel-Palestine conflict and eventually ducked out because she was getting shouted over by some bigot who didn’t even know anything about West Bank settlements", as an example. "50 Cent is spotted hand-in-hand with a twentysomething woman: could this be the handshake marking a new technological business deal in nearby Silicon Valley? More news on her possible profession inside", as another.
 
The Fashion Section. Wheeling out the same old Topshop jeans to illustrate "What To Wear" would be replaced with something a little more inspiring, such as artistic fashion photography and an encouragement to experiment with style. If you like those embroidered knee warmers, then you should go ahead and wear them without judgement.
 
There would be a moratorium on using "the circle of shame" to point out where celebrities went wrong with their red carpet dresses. The perfect fashion section would be a nurturing environment from which the readership could emerge, bright-eyed and unafraid, to toddle out onto the high street and buy whatever the hell they want. No more tears in the changing room because Cosmo said you couldn’t do disco knickers.
 
Why not show us what women across the world are wearing? We’re a nosy bunch, but most of us know that the women in current so-called "street style" sections in magazines are not only school friends of the features ed but are also styled and preened to within an inch of their lives. What we’d really like to see is Anna from Norway’s amazing hangover grocery shopping outfit, and how she has successfully merged the steam punk aesthetic with silky pyjama bottoms and a beanie. Also: no fascinators.
 
Oh, and stop telling us "this dress will change your life".
 
There would be no further attempt to correlate the female body type with that of a fruit or root vegetable. We are not an apple, a pear, or a butternut squash, and, being adult women, most of us know how to dress ourselves.
 
Oh, and we couldn’t give a shit what’s in your beach bag.
 
There would be a ban the phrases "OMG", "totes", and "amazeballs", and a shift towards the use of plain English. Hashtags would remain the preserve of Twitter, and portmanteau phrases such as "babymoon", "momtrepreneur" and "yestergay" would be consigned to the dustbin.
 
The female columnists would write hilarious, clever pieces on a wide range of issues. We’ve got to a point now where there’s nothing to be said about multi-dating, and referring to your partner as "the boy" when you’re in your mid-thirties and peppering your copy with "lolz" just begins to look as though you’re desperately trying to be down with the kids. Can we get some new blood please? Preferably someone with an interesting life.
 
Make-up. Yeah, we like it, but it doesn’t merit the 60 or so pages that are currently given over to it, especially as we’re onto you fuckers and we know that much of it is much of a muchness. Why not replace it with usefull stuff, a la Rookie Mag, such as how to buy a used car or make your own lipbalm, or a story about losing your virginity? Or even, y’know, women’s issues or politics?
 
Please, stop reminding us about our ovaries having a sell-by-date. Believe us, we know.
 
Accept that we are never going to be as obsessed with scatter cushions as you are. Bear in mind that the "fuck it" generation are only just coming of age. Home decoration tips for the impoverished, please.
 
Tell us not that mayonnaise is "sinful". It is a condiment made almost entirely from egg yolks, we never assumed it was healthy. We’d like to see fridge raiders features, in which dieticians berate B-list celebrities for the food they eat, replaced by a "Woman v Food" challenge. Holly Willoughby has a god-awful hangover- can she rustle up a cure from the contents of her cupboard? And will it all fit in her mouth at once?
 
Health. At present, magazines are failing to cover the full spectrum of all the things that can go wrong with your vagina. They have the twin pillars of cystitis and thrush pretty much down, but we’re talking rarer shit, like vestibulitis and syphilis. It’s good to share, and it’s good to be aware.
 
The sex tips would immediately become more female-focused - no more "Slap on a PVC G-string and gyrate around a £200 pole until your boyfriend feels up to it", and no more pretending that getting your boyfriend to test spaghetti sauce by licking it off your breasts is conducive to good sex or good cooking. The "U-spot", "T-spot", "VV-spot", and all the other imaginary "spots" that have been made up by desperate editors will be replaced by a more sensible and fruitful focus on the clitoris. Oh, and no more orgasm-shaming. Reading another feature called "The 45 orgasms you must totally have NOW otherwise you’re a loser" will pretty much kill our will to live.
 
Books. We read them. And not just books by women with names like Felicity Meadows and that tell the tale of a small-town girl who moves to the big city only to discover that her boyfriend is a tool.
 
If you could mention a woman in print without putting her height and weight next to her name in brackets, then that would be awesome, ta.

http://www.newstatesman.com/v-spot___

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