sexual orientation: shirtless nhl players
hmmm something’s wrong here…. just can’t put my finger on it
Literally every one of those women’s costumes have a “Yandy” watermark. I’m going to flip my shit. How many times do I have to say it.
YANDY IS A LINGERIE SITE. THEY SELL LINGERIE, FOR WOMEN TO BE SEXY IN. FOR SEX. IT’S. WHAT. THEY. SELL.
THEY ARE NOT AN AVERAGE STORE. THESE ARE NOT YOUR AVERAGE CHOICES. STOP BEING MISLEADING.
Handy sells rave wear, costumes, and lingerie. You’re the one being misleading.
These costumes are available in other stores, as well, so don’t pretend this problem only exists within secluded one off lingerie websites.
"let me just slip into something a little more comfortable…" *emerges dressed in my finest oscar the grouch lingerie*
I worked for Yandy. They create costumes that sells. The more absurd, the more it sells. Simple as that. It’s adult costumes. These aren’t aimed at teens, but the 20-something college crowd. Idk why people get set over this.
If you wannabe my lover, you gotta get with my feminist ideologies.
if you’re a college age person and you’re thinking of getting a pet please remember that dogs and cats live for 10-20 years and vet bills can cost thousands of dollars and you have to get them fixed and feed and love them and at this age you’re gonna be moving around a lot so you’ll need to find apartments/places where you can take them
Stop The Beauty Madness is a series of 25 advertisements branded with honest messages that highlight the true “madness” involved in creating and meeting beauty standards. Rice, an author and the founder of Be Who You Are Productions, started the campaign to challenge an internalized belief that a woman’s beauty determines her value.
Have a good look here- X
these are beautiful
Bengals DT Devon Still explains how he has been able to cope with his 4-year-old daughter Leah’s Stage 4 cancer diagnosis with the help of the Bengals organization and support from fans and even Saints coach Sean Payton.
In the wake of Rice and Peterson’s stories, it is great to hear a beautiful story like this, a story on a great father like Devon Still and his pursuit to take care of his daughter. This is what a real man looks like, no, this is how a real man acts and this is how an NFL organization should operate. The NFL makes billions and these players are what makes that possible and some things are bigger than football, so kudos to the Cincinnati Bengals for realizing this and helping Still in his time of need.
Leah has undergone her 4th round of chemotherapy last week and is still fighting, so please keep her in your prayers,