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I Turned 41 This Month, so I Had a Thread Lift—Here's Why I Recommend It
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I Turned 41 This Month, so I Had a Thread Lift—Here's Why I Recommend It

First of all, let me speak about the elephant in the room. At age 41, I am still young with healthy skin (thanks to a stringent routine of cleansing, toning, treating, moisturising, and sunscreening since age 14), and quite honestly, I feel better in my skin than I ever have. But there’s no denying the collagen depletion and bone loss that comes with age. Yes, that’s right. Apparently, bone mass peaks around ages 25–30 years and declines gradually thereafter in both men and women. Yay!  This is why I started having fillers at around age 37 (you can read my previous articles where I wax lyrical about liquid facials and lip fillers). Now that I’m entering my 40s, I wanted to try something that didn’t just fill the depleted areas but actually helped my own body generate its own collagen ov...
Out and Proud! Dove Cameron Reflects on 'Different' Pride Month
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Out and Proud! Dove Cameron Reflects on 'Different' Pride Month

Pride on the outside! Actress Dove Cameron is celebrating Pride month publicly for the first time since coming out as bisexual, and she explained that the experience is far different from when she was out to only her inner circle. LGBTQ Celebs Share Heartfelt Coming Out Stories Read article “This is going to be my first Pride Month, like, really, really out. My friend texted me the other day and was like, ‘This month is for you,’ and I was like, ‘Oh… wow,'” the Descendants star, 25, told Entertainment Tonight on Monday, June 7. “There’s a lot of emotion around my coming out that I didn’t really anticipate because I’ve always been out in my private life.” The “LazyBaby” singer said she remembers being as young as 8 when she first discussed her sexuality with her ...
L.A. Affairs: 14 LGBTQ love stories for Pride Month
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L.A. Affairs: 14 LGBTQ love stories for Pride Month

In a nod to Pride Month, here's a look back at some editor-curated, best-of, LGBTQ-themed, reader-submitted L.A. Affairs columns. Listed here chronologically, they range from as far back as 2014 (a lesbian dating app mishap) to as recently as late March (a tale that starts with the author re-entering the dating scene in his 40s and ends with — spoiler alert — a baby). And all underscore, to crib from composer-actor-playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda's 2016 Tony Award acceptance speech, that: "Love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love, cannot be killed or swept aside." Source link