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  • Ashley Graham embraces cellulite in a string bikini for SI's swimsuit issue

    The supermodel inspires women to love their flaws with sexy photo shoot.

    Yahoo Lifestyle
  • Gus Kenworthy's tiny kiss with his boyfriend is sort of a big deal

    As he prepared for his slopestyle skiing run at the PyeongChang Games on Sunday morning, Gus Kenworthy shared a kiss with his boyfriend, Matt Wilkas, that NBC broadcast during its coverage throughout the United States. The reaction from the gay community was clear: In an Olympics that already has featured figure skater Adam Rippon’s star turn as a critic of Vice President Mike Pence, Kenworthy’s kiss is another moment of pride for a tight-knit group with a goal of widespread acceptance. Gus Kenworthy shared a kiss with his boyfriend, Matt Wilkas, before the slopestyle competition on Sunday.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Couple looking after Florida shooting suspect say they had no idea there was a 'monster living under our roof'

    The stunned couple who took in Nikolas Cruz after the death of his mother has spoken for the first time about the troubled teenager suspected of killing 17 students and staff at his former high school in Florida on Valentine's Day. Kimberly and James Snead described the 19 year-old as immature, quirky and depressed - but pleasant and growing happier and giving no clues of the horror he was about inflict as he plotted the massacre under their roof. “We had this monster living under our roof and we didn’t know,” Kimberly Snead told the South Florida Sun Sentinel.  “We didn’t see this side of him.” “Everything everybody seems to know, we didn’t know,” James Snead said. “It’s as simple as that.” The Sneads agreed to take in Cruz after their son had asked whether his friend could move into their home after the death of his adoptive mother left him an orphan last November. Gun related incidents at US schools this year “I told him there’d be rules and he followed every rule to the T,” said Mr Snead, 48, an Army veteran who was happy for the teenager to have guns at home as long as they remained in a gun safe. They told Cruz he needed to ask permission to take out the guns. He had asked only twice since November. They said “yes” once and  “no” once. The night before the shooting was uneventful and he went to bed around 8pm after eating dinner, the couple said. On Wednesday morning, Cruz told them he didn’t need a ride to school: “It’s Valentine’s Day and I don’t go to school on Valentine’s Day,” he said. Mrs Snead last saw him around 10am before she left to run errands. He told her he was going fishing and was gone when she returned. The nurse went to sleep ahead of a nightshift. Around 2.30pm on Wednesday, their son called his father sounding panic-stricken. He assured them he was safe but had heard shots  fired on campus and had helped classmates flee by climbing a fence. Read more | Florida school shooting He told his son to walk to a nearby store and he’d come and collect him. As he drove there, a SWAT commander called his mobile phone and asked where his "son" Nik was. He explained he wasn't his son and he had no idea where he was.  After putting the phone down, he started to put together the pieces and called the officer back and, worried for his wife, he told him: “I need a police presence at my house. Go make sure my wife is OK." Police banged on her door with guns drawn and escorted the couple to a police station. As they waited to be reunited with their son, Cruz was led in to the building, handcuffed and wearing a hospital gown, surrounded by officers. Kimberly tried to run at him and yelled: “Really, Nik? Really?” “He said he was sorry. He apologised. He looked lost, absolutely lost,” said Mr Snead. “And that was the last time we saw him.”

    The Telegraph
  • Danica Patrick, Aaron Rodgers Go Instagram Official With Beach Photo

    The wait is over. It’s been a spellbinding month and a half since rumors of Danica Patrick’s relationship with Aaron Rodgers first began circulating. And although the NASCAR star eventually confirmed her romance with the Green Bay Packers quarterback, there still was one very important matter to take care of. But on the eve of Sunday’s Daytona 500, Patrick and Rodgers finally became Instagram official. Check out the final photo in this gallery Patrick shared Saturday night: Well, there you have it. As a matter of fact, Rodgers has been at Daytona International Speedway throughout the week, as Patrick prepares for her final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race. Hey, some future Hall of Fame NFL

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  • Nikolas Cruz: 'We had this monster living under our roof and we didn’t know.'

    Nikolas Cruz was immature, quirky and depressed when James and Kimberly Snead took him into their Parkland home. But he was pleasant and seemed to be growing happier, they said. How the 19-year-old turned into a killer still baffles them. “We had this monster living under our roof and we didn’t know,” Kimberly Snead told the South Florida Sun Sentinel in an exclusive interview Saturday. “We didn’t see this side of him.” “Everything everybody seems to know, we didn’t know,” James Snead said. “It’s as simple as that.” Cruz still lived with the Sneads on Wednesday when he walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School with an AR-15 rifle and killed 17 people — the worst school shooting since Sandy

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  • Stunning Curve Model Kate Wasley Is the Body-Positive Role Model We Can't Get Enough Of

    When body-positive activist and curve model Kate Wasley landed on our radar, we couldn't get enough of her. Not only has she inspired us by tackling body-shaming towards all women and handling an unexpected viral moment like a badass, but she managed to earn a coveted spot in Sports Illustrated's 2018 Swimsuit Issue. Although she's new to the scene, she's already being pegged to the likes of Ashley Graham and Hunter McGrady. From overcoming eating disorders to becoming a certified personal trainer and becoming the first-ever curve model for straight-size activewear brand Lorna Jane, this gal is already breaking barriers and inspiring us to be the healthiest and happiest versions of ourselves.

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  • Melania Trump's Tweet About 'Random Acts Of Kindness Day' Didn't Go Over Well

    Melania Trump promoted Random Acts Of Kindness Day on Twitter on Saturday, but it didn’t spark the reaction she was likely hoping for.

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