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Daily Mail Now she has 120k followers and a business spanning 90 countries
40 minutes ago
Jigs J Sharma
it helps being super attractive and being female.
While this is great and all, it is so dangerous to just start 'copying' poses. Each pose if not done correctly can cause a serious injury.
Good for her!!! She's beautiful and smart and making the most of he life :)
Taught myself from a book! Old school, before we had internet! It progressed very slowly, as not to cause injury and one could stay at beginners, intermediate or advanced positions.
Ibrah Hayes Abdul
woow amazing isn't it! guess what, follow me on instagram @na_seeb256
This is light porno Thats why
Well Done @elle_fit - love your instagram! <3
Good for her!
Sally Day Interesting ... Brookes Hair
Pixelated Hair Is The Newest Cutting-Edge Trend
X-Presion, a cutting-edge (no pun intended) hair salon in Madrid, has pioneered an interesting new pixelated hair coloring technique that has the internet abuzz. It's not yet clear how this marriage of digital art with real-world hair styling holds u Read more ... p once you leave the salon, but plenty of people h…
53 minutes ago
Gawker Well, here's a very cool thing.
Ever Heard of a Record Pressed On an X-Ray?
In the Soviet Union during the 1950s, Western music was seen as a form of neo-fascism or "mysticism" that could infect the youth, and was largely banned. But a recent project called X-Ray Audio has collected bootleg records from the U.S.S.R. that wer Read more ... e cut onto x-rays illegally and are now beginning to surface on the internet.
1 hour ago
Atif Swati Khan
Tony III -vinyl on xray!
All in ur head lol next time
HuffPost Entertainment This puts the Super Bowl to shame.
3 hours ago
Mashable - Tech 60% of respondents in developing countries feel personal technology has had a positive impact on social bonds.
3 hours ago
The Daily Beast You can laugh the radical feminist out of the room and freeze her out of your publication but she can now take to Twitter, start her own blog and generally refuse to be silenced.
Welcome to the Internet, Jonathan Chait
There’s something deeply ironic in complaining about the Internet PC Police on the Internet, then telling PC people to shut up because their anti-free speech PC orthodoxy isn’t wanted.
3 hours ago
Feminists = non-hot chicks
Radical feminist have done nothing to advance their cause.
Mashable Don't even try to figure out how it makes sense, everything about him is perfect.
4 hours ago
Wassabe Toy Art
Mariana Rausch Chuquer Ana Cláudia Sousa Oliveira Alessandra Castro Konig
HuffPost Entertainment Hold on there, Disney.
4 hours ago
Visual Artist Giuliano Cavallo
Is she cuban?
Julie Charbonnet Whetstine
Just go with it people, it's for preschoolers!!!
First of all.... ppl. Its a fairy tale. Second.. does a character HAVE to look like you for you to relate to it???? I thought we were trying to be done with stereotypes. We are a melting pot society. Go into your ansestory. You may well find Black, Hispanic, And pieces of every country.
Disney is such a class act !! They are so right - it's not based on one culture it's based so all children love it !!!!
There are over 20 countries in the world that speak Spanish in the entire Hispanic world--including Spain. That doesn't mean we all speak the same dialect, or have the same culture, or the same history. And many of us--like myself--aren't darker skinned either.
It's a freakin kids show! If you don't like it, turn the channel.
Sofia lives in Enchancia, a make pretend land w flying horses. I'm going to go ahead and say that maybe Latina isn't a distinction in a world that doesn't have the same countries as earth. It's make pretend, she's a pretty princess. The show has good moral lessons, that's about it
Desiree De La Rosa
Julie Enlow Ressler
You blather on about the stupidest shit. I can't believe you get paid to do it.
The WorldPost Not so fast, Disney!
4 hours ago
Marilyn K Rahilly
It's about time!
She looks Gypsy
She's another Jasmine!
Gabby Torres Vargas
Airman P. Bear
Soledad Harris ahhahaha! Blasted Disney...
Who cares more important things to worry about than paying attention if Disney likes Latinos.
Nicole Marie Cancelli
This is a non-story. "Sorry" nothing. Let me save everyone the time:
The article states that Disney creates characters to have elements of certain cultures without necessarily being from the culture itself. It's a way of representing culture and connecting to children from those backgrounds while at the same time allowing all children to identify with the characters because children are children, and they do that. All of this comes from a quote two years ago about Princess Sofia:
"All our characters come from fantasy lands that may reflect elements of various cultures and ethnicities but none are meant to specifically represent those real world cultures. The writers have wisely chosen to write stories that include elements that will be familiar and relatable to kids from many different backgrounds including Spain and Latin America. For example, Sofia’s mom comes from a fictitious land, Galdiz, which was inspired by Spain [...] this creates a world of diversity and inclusion that sends just the right kind of message to all children -- 'Look around you, appreciate the differences you see and celebrate what makes us all the same.'”
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