Despite making history as the first-ever size-16 model to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue, Ashley Graham was body shamed this week for not being curvy enough for some fans-turned-trolls. (There's a reason we aren't calling her 'plus-size.' See our interview with Graham to find out why.)
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Caitlyn Jenner is known for a lot of things. Her resume includes opening up about her struggle with gender identity in "I Am Cait," accepting the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs, and raising the infamous Kardashian-Jenner clan. Oh yeah, and she's an Olympic gold medalist.
Tequila might make your clothes come off, beer might give you a happy buzz, whiskey might make you stupid, and wine might open up your heart, but there's one thing that all alcohol has in common: it can get in the way of that elusive late-night, drunk-sex orgasm.
Among the many, many, many reasons I love summer is the fact that, in my mind, it's my best-looking season. My hair bleaches out a little, I get a tan on (despite the SPF, I'm not a madwoman), and for whatever reason, I always seem to drop a few pounds without consciously doing a thing. Vanity! Not even ashamed.
I generally assumed the last perk was a result of the heat. You know, I'm sweating, my body temp is up, I must be burning a few extra calories during my usual exercise sessions. Thank you, summer!
Let's face it, hills aren't exactly known as a runner's best friend. You probably avoid them because, well, they're tiring and can turn a light 30-minute jog into utter exhaustion.
"Most people, particularly new runners, avoid hills," says Sean Fortune, a former NCAA distance coach & USA Track and Field level II certified distance coach. "I always recommend people seek them out because it's going to be harder but [will ultimately] make you stronger."