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So much so that consumerist industries take benefit of these aspirations to have the ability to sell products and experiences to women who want to be lovely. Detox teas, food regimen books, aesthetic surgeries, hair dying and enamel whitening are simply a few of the methods in which capitalist societies utilize our ideas of magnificence to sell us stuff we usually don’t need. It seems that the real beauty fable is the damaging one Wolf and other feminists are perpetuating—the absurd notion that it serves girls to thumb their noses at requirements of magnificence. Of course, looks aren’t all that … Read More

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“You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ But I say to you that everybody who seems at a lady with lustful intent has already dedicated adultery with her in his heart. If you have no idea, O most stunning amongst women, comply with within the tracks of the flock, and pasture your young goats beside the shepherds’ tents.

They weren’t really demanding to be labeled stunning. They were demanding access to fashion as a result of they believed they deserved it. In this fashion, beauty and self-worth have been inextricably certain.

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Henry, a volunteer, waits to fill a shopper’s order in front of two large boxes containing emergency food bags at the Berkeley Food Network. File photo: Pete Rosos

Mary Sabr is a 49-year-old South Berkeley resident in remission from cancer and living with a disability. This past year has delivered some unpleasant surprises – the necessary halt to family contact and a major increase in her gas-and-electric bill, for example – but one thing she could count on was grocery restocks from the Berkeley Food Pantry and other local food banks.

“To be honest, they give me so much food

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The newest threat faced by New York City restaurants isn’t high rents or the pandemic. It’s employees who use credulous media to air beefs that chefs and owners aren’t being nice enough to them.

A handful of restaurants truly were cesspools of misconduct deserving to be shut down. On-the-record sexual-harassment claims wrecked the Spotted Pig, owner Ken Friedman and his pal Mario Batali. A chef at Danny Bowien’s shuttered Mission Chinese, once praised for what Bowien called a “healthy” environment for cooks, hurled racial slurs at a black employee and deliberately scalded him with a spoon dipped in hot oil.

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The global market for alcoholic beverages amounted to over 1.49 trillion US dollars in 2020 and is expected to grow to 2.2 trillion USD by 2025, according to Statista. Meanwhile, changing consumer habits during the pandemic have led to a plethora of new behavioural trends, which equate to a host of opportunities for brands hoping to capture new market share in the sector.

“Online alcohol purchases have more than doubled from 2019 to 2020,” says Matthew Haws, vice president of global marketing at Esko Brand Solutions. “E-commerce growth has been accelerated and brands are not only competing for aisle space,

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During the pandemic, the to-go cocktail was a silver lining of an otherwise dark time in the city — and a lifeline for struggling bars and restaurants. For more than a year, New Yorkers could enjoy drinking mojitos and margaritas on their stoops and sidewalks à la New Orleans. Unfortunately, Governor Cuomo pulled the plug on to-go drinks in June — just as lots of us were

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