Here are 5 things you should know.
1. Amazon’s reviews are no longer average of all the reviews, they use ML models which elevate the rating of products. Better to read a few reviews to make your purchase decisions( hassle-free purchases saves a lot of time and stress).
It states on their website that “Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine-learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness.”
2. Asking “How are you feeling?” is a much more open-ended question that’s not as accusatory or intimidating as “What’s wrong?”
When you ask someone “what’s wrong?” it puts them in a position that doesn’t encourage conversation or doesn’t encourage honesty. It gives them an easy way to say “Nothing” or to shrug you off.
Meanwhile, asking someone “how are you feeling?” will be much more open-ended, is more welcoming, caring and much more likely to lead to an honest answer.
This is especially true in relationships when your S/O is withholding why they’re upset or the fact of whether or not they’re actually upset.
3. Having sex as a woman will not affect the tightness if your vagina.
This is a myth perpetuated by men in order to shame women for having a prolific sex life. Your “body count” has absolutely nothing to do with the tightness of your vagina.
Myth #1: sex is what loosens the vagina Your vagina only ever loosens from age and childbirth. Even then, the loosening is extremely mild. Sex does not stretch the vagina permanently.
Myth #2: Women are tighter from lack of penetration Tightness actually results from climaxing, unfulfilling sex, and lack of foreplay. Being “too tight” to enjoy sex is likely a sign of an underlying and potentially treatable issue with a woman’s reproductive system.
Myth #3: Women who have many sex partners have large/deformed/hanging labias Sex has no effect on the size or shape of a woman’s labia. Women shamed for having “roast beef” labias are born with them and they do not result from any sex. It has no correlation to the tightness of one’s vagina and shames both women and girls alike over something so unbelievably miniscule.
Why is it important that women know this? Because it is important for everyone, male or female, to understand their own bodies. This particular issue is one that is very widespread and very commonly believed. However, they are only myths perpetuated by men to shame women who are sexually active. There is no reason to feel any guilt nor shame for engaging in sexual activities as a female, and there are no physical consequences so long as protection is used. Don’t let yourself be shamed over something that is blatantly incorrect. If anyone tries to, feel free to point out that they are wrong.
Hopefully, this will help some ladies understand their bodies better and not feel ashamed about their sex lives, as well as prevent them from feeling ashamed in the future. I also hope that this will help men understand women’s anatomy a bit better.
4. Moving boxes can easily be found for free. This might be a no-brainer, nevertheless, all it takes is a phone call. Walmart-type stores, liquor stores, drugstores, dollar stores, restaurants, grocery stores, factories, etc. throw away hundreds of boxes every week and gladly give them away.
Because why pay for boxes? The sizes will vary but some are reinforced for heavy or delicate materials (such as liquor boxes) and are perfect for glasses.
5. Pexels is a website that provides free stock images licensed under Pexels’ own simple license that doesn’t require attribution. They can be used for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.
Services like Shutterstock and Adobe Stock charge you money to use their images.
On Pexels, you don’t need to buy a license or even credit the photographer (but it’s appreciated!).
Visit them at www.pexels.com