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Jennifer Aniston has a great reply to everyone who wonders if she's ever going to have a baby.

Jennifer Aniston has something to say about her womb. She should be the only one, right?

She's totally right. Just think of all the tabloids about her (up till now) nonexistent baby that have had no basis in reality. She's a talented 45-year-old actress. Why are we supposed to care about the state of her family tree?


We almost never do this for male stars. Tell me if you've ever seen covers like this before:

Looks unfamiliar, right? If anything, George Clooney's tabloid covers include his wife on the cover with maybe something about a baby bump. ( Oh wait, I'm right. I didn't even have to Google it first.)

Fun fact: Ricky Gervais is never having children because he thinks there are too many in the world already.

Can you imagine what would happen if Jennifer Aniston said that?

There's a reason you've never seen this before about a man. It's because a man's worth is not automatically connected to having a family.

I leave you with something else Aniston said during her interview with "Allure":

It's totally sexist to think a woman's life is not complete if she doesn't have children. We never think that way about men. This is not the way a civilized society is supposed to be.

Pop Culture

She bought the perfect wedding dress that went viral on TikTok. It was only $3.75.

Lynch is part of a growing crowd of newlyweds going against the regular wedding tradition of spending loads of money.

Making a priceless memory.

At first glance, one might think that Jillian Lynch wore a traditional (read: expensive) dress to her wedding. After all, it did look glamorous on her. But this 32-year-old bride has a secret superpower: thrifting.

Lynch posted her bargain hunt on TikTok, sharing that she had been perusing thrift shops in Ohio for four days in a row, with the actual ceremony being only a month away. Lynch then displays an elegant ivory-colored Camila Coelho dress. Fitting perfectly, still brand new and with the tags on it, no less.

You can find that exact same dress on Revolve for $220. Lynch bought it for only $3.75.
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Democracy

A man told me gun laws would create more 'soft targets.' He summed up the whole problem.

As far as I know, there are only two places in the world where people living their lives are referred to as 'soft targets.'

Photo by Taylor Wilcox on Unsplash

Only in America are kids in classrooms referred to as "soft targets."

On the Fourth of July, a gunman opened fire at a parade in quaint Highland Park, Illinois, killing at least six people, injuring dozens and traumatizing (once again) an entire nation.

My family member who was at the parade was able to flee to safety, but the trauma of what she experienced will linger. For the toddler with the blood-soaked sock, carried to safety by a stranger after being pulled from under his father's bullet-torn body, life will never be the same.

There's a phrase I keep seeing in debates over gun violence, one that I can't seem to shake from my mind. After the Uvalde school shooting, I shared my thoughts on why arming teachers is a bad idea, and a gentleman responded with this brief comment:

"Way to create more soft targets."

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This article originally appeared on 09.06.17


Being married is like being half of a two-headed monster. It's impossible to avoid regular disagreements when you're bound to another person for the rest of your life. Even the perfect marriage (if there was such a thing) would have its daily frustrations. Funnily enough, most fights aren't caused by big decisions but the simple, day-to-day questions, such as "What do you want for dinner?"; "Are we free Friday night?"; and "What movie do you want to see?"

Here are some hilarious tweets that just about every married couple will understand.

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