It's nothing unnatural, part of it is having thin skin, for example women tend to have thinner skin than men. Similarly being pale also makes your veins look more visible or stand out more at least. Varicose veins are a possibility but highly unlikely if you're young and they're more common in the legs since blood flow there depends on leg movement so lack thereof may result in veins being more visible. i think her veins are very visible because of how light her skin is.
That is generally quite natural tbh, a lot of women have a rash in that area without realising. Part of it is shaving, the other is sweating as when you wear clothes sweat accumulates and might result in a rash, particularly in warmer climates. It's not an indicator of hygiene but a normal thing that your body does, I guess she just chose not to Photoshop it out.
One thing that my degree teaches me is how little people know about science, particularly genetics. People talk shit about genetics as if it can explain everything about a person but have no understanding whatsoever about epigenetics or the fact that human adaptation is our very adaptability. It pisses me off quite a lot because those people preach like their word is fucking absolute because "genetics sez so!!!!1!!11" but fuck them all, they only talk about the very minimal details of genetics and natural selection. It also made it difficult for me to enjoy TV such as Black Mirror because throughout the entire thing the only thing I'm thinking is "that is such fucking terrible science! It's not how things work, it's not how things will work! Fucking stop bastardising science for fuck's sake". So yeah. It also gives me more ammunition to tell people on the internet why they are wrong. I love it.
I don't think they'd be painful unless the surgery went awry. They insert it under the cornea which is the layer hydrated by your tears. As such the eye wouldn't feel dry but I assume that if the eye was to dilate you may have nightblindness as your eye can't dilate fully as the hole in the lens is only so big. I may be wrong though, not sure about the whole science of this thing tbh.
Zara. However when they have sales they're dirt cheap and some shirts go from 30 quid down to 7, it's fucking crazy. It makes me sad to think about just how much the people working in sweatshops actually make. Just don't buy stuff from them until sales come and you'll surely get a good deal
I find it rather funny how Dae calls other girls "ugly". All her photos are angled but from what I gather from her selfies she has a very rat-like facial structure. It's cute on a rat, not cute on a human.
Fuck, and I considered asking for her real name to be removed from the thread title to not potentially ruin her future, hoping she'd change. Nvm lmao she ruined herself. I want this thread to come alive again, anybody got any dirt?
She does have a rather extensive history of drug abuse. Xanax was her thing and god knows what else but abusing that shit will probably change how somebody's face looks considerably. I think her features got a lot more gaunt than they used to be when she was younger. Part of it is age but I think the bigger part of it is her past substance history.
I don't think they should have a stake in abortion at all. By all means the couple should have a discussion before actually deciding whether to abort or not, however legally the man should have absolutely no right to decide whether the woman aborts or not. She's the one acting as a living incubator to the foetus. Many men agree with that point also, for one my SO also thinks that men should ultimately have no say. IMO a foetus is a parasite unless you want to actually give birth, and how people treat abortion is up to them. It should not be a big moral dilemma in my opinion because that's just unnecessary emotional scarring for the woman due to society's pro-life stance. By all means people should think carefully before deciding to abort however nobody except the mother should have any say in the end at all. I do believe that governments should promote sexual education in the first place more to prevent abortion cases to begin with. But even the best methods of contraception can fail even with perfect use. Education is key in preventing abortions, but should someone want to abort they should be free to do so however many times they require. Also, controversial but I think the govt should fund abortions fully (like the NHS in England). By the end of they day it's cheaper for the tax payer than paying for the kid, and really unwanted births affect the poor more than the rich who can actually afford paying for private abortions. Whilst people say that the mother should "take responsibility" and pay for "her actions" by the end of the day it is the poor who have a bigger price to pay.