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Stella Damasus: WHY YOUR CHILD COULD BE WATCHING PORN! 18+ (GRAPHIC IMAGES)

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Education

Flattening The 'Mummy Tummy' With 1 Exercise, 10 Minutes A Day

I admit it. I have a "mummy tummy," also known as "mommy pooch." You know, that soft jelly belly you retain after having a baby — it makes you look a few months pregnant.<p>I've tried to convince myself that the pooch is a valiant badge of motherhood, but who am I kidding? The pooch bothers me. And it …

Pregnancy

Pastor: Actions of many Christians today would 'frighten Jesus'

Last week I received an email from a prominent evangelical Christian organization with the subject line, “A Win!” The email began: “A few days ago, President Trump announced that he has banned transgendered individuals from serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. President Trump demonstrated courage and …

Faith

5 Things Self-Made Millionaires Did Every Day Before They Got Rich

How to become a millionaire (when you don't come from money).<p>Many people have the dream of becoming a millionaire. Of course, it's easy when you come from money, or have wealthy relations backing your investments and business plans. When you have the funds, it's easy to buy a franchise or start a …

Wealth

9 things dermatologists are dying to tell you about your skin

Your relationship with your loofa is about to change...big time.<p>They say beauty is only skin deep. Only?! Skin is our body's largest organ, and when it's clear, hydrated, and radiant, it signals wellness on the inside too. The secrets top M.D.'s share with their favorite people will make you look …

Skin Care

10 Things You Should Know About Aloe Vera - Quiet Corner

The Aloe Vera is a gel-like substance extracted from Aloe leaves and popularly used for centuries because of its health, medicinal, beauty and skin …

Alternative Medicine

What to Eat With a Stomach Ache

The 14 Foods You Should Eat When You Have a Stomach Ache<p>Because an upset tummy is no fun for anyone.<p>Stomach aches are brutal, especially when you're …

Alternative Medicine

10 Unique Ways to Get Your Name Out There

In this busy world, it's more important than ever to find unique ways for you and your business to stand out.<p>In this busy world, it’s more important than ever to find unique ways for you and your business to stand out.<p>Selling yourself and your business might seem like a daunting task, but there are …

Small Business

12 Things Truly Confident People Do Differently

Confidence takes many forms, from the arrogance of Floyd Mayweather to the quiet self-assurance of Jane Goodall. True confidence—as opposed to the false confidence people project to mask their insecurities—has a look all its own.<p>When it comes to confidence, one thing is certain: truly confident …

Self-improvement

Body language is more important than you think — and it can even outweigh your IQ

<i>LinkedIn Influencer Travis Bradberry published this post originally on LinkedIn.</i><p>When it comes to success, it's easy to think that people blessed with brains are inevitably going to leave the rest of us in the dust, but social psychologist Amy Cuddy knows first-hand how attitude can outweigh …

Body Language

Pears Health Benefits and Nutrition Facts - Quiet Corner

While there are nearly 4,000 recorded types of pear trees, the majority are strictly ornamental, leaving only 30 or so as edible. From the Rosacea …

Healthy Eating

Clever Street Artist Is Transforming NYC’s Streets into One Giant Playground

We love clever street art, so we couldn't help but admire the work of artist Tom Bob, who has been running amok on the streets of New York and Massachusetts. If you're a fan of famous street artist OakOak, you'll love Tom Bob's work, as he uses forgotten elements of the street to create whimsical …

Street Art

These 7 companies control almost every single beauty product you buy

As consumers, we like to think that we're making a conscious decision when we buy from a certain brand, especially when it comes to something as personal as beauty products.<p>But it turns out that 182 beauty companies fall under the massive umbrellas of seven huge manufacturers.<p>Inspired by a similar …

Beauty

Learn how to start your own business with these online courses

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission.<p>Will all the bills to pay, mouths to feed, and fidget spinners to spin, it can be hard to make enough money to make ends meet. And with inflation and the cost of living steadily increasing, it’s …

eCommerce

10 Ways Parents Can Teach Their Children To Be Leaders

All parents want their children to be successful. Parents naturally want kids to be viewed as courageous leaders, willing to take on any challenge. However, instilling leadership traits in children takes a lot of practice and patience.<p>We could probably debate all day on what it means for kids to …

The Importance of Stillness

Do you know what it means to be STILL in a scene? <br>It is one of the strongest points in your acting. <br>Click on the video below and watch me share this …

The 7-Point Smart Solopreneuer Social Media Checklist

90 percent of businesses say social media is crucial to their marketing. But the point is, are you doing yours right?<p>Guest Writer<p>In a world where (according to an <i>Adweek</i> study), over 90 percent of businesses say social media is crucial to their overall marketing strategies, solopreneurs arguably …

Social Media Marketing

WHEN IS IT ENOUGH is a film based on true events. It highlights the ills of domestic violence against women. Daniel Ademinokan wrote and directed the movie in 2012 based on an article of the same title written by Nigerian movie icon Stella Damasus. For so many years, Stella Damasus has fought for the rights of women and children in Nigeria and Africa. As an ambassador for PROJECT ALERT, she helped to rescue and seek justice for women who have been victims of domestic violence and various forms of abuse. On why he made the film, Daniel stated, "When I read the article, WHEN IS IT ENOUGH, I could relate with it clearly because I grew up in a home with a family where our mother raised us to be kind, gentle and loving, but also had a father who could not control his temper. I witnessed his brutality towards my mother and that is why this story struck a chord in my heart." In 2012, with a crew of just 4 people, Daniel Ademinokan decided to make it into a film and hopes it opens people's eyes to see beyond what they already know about Domestic Violence. It is not just an African problem. It is a global problem. It's been 5 years but the issues of domestic violence that the film addresses is still as relevant today, if not even more. "I'm not ashamed to say that as a child, I grew up in a home where I saw the effect of domestic violence up close and personal. No Woman or Child should ever experience that. I believe this is the right time to push this film out to the world especially at a time where women are eventually speaking up and breaking out of the bondage of 'THE CODE OF SILENCE' and stigma attached to Domestic Violence", Mr. Ademinokan stated definitively. For Stella Damasus, who stars in the movie, this story is based on a true story of someone close to her. In her own words, "Reliving the experience again, while making the film, was like a nightmare but somehow, I was able to push through it because my focus was on the bigger picture of telling the story right, especially with a director as visionary as Daniel. I'm glad he finally agreed to release this for the public to see, considering how this issue is no longer regarded as a problem with less privileged or poor people, but for the high and mighty in society. A lot of women (and some men) go through this but are too afraid to speak up. I am just glad that Daniel is releasing this film for everyone to see." Until now, this film was never released to the general public. Index Two Studios @indextwostudios is teaming up with MonAfrik TV @monafriktv and #Vimeo to bring this mind blowing film to your fingertips this Friday, July 14th. Stream it on www.monafriktv.com for free or watch it on @vimeo www.vimeo.com for just $1. We are donating 50% of the entire proceeds to shelters that help victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse in Nigeria. See the Official trailer here:

WHEN IS IT ENOUGH is a film based on true events. It highlights the ills of domestic violence against women. Daniel Ademinokan wrote and directed the movie in 2012 based on an article of the same title written by Nigerian movie icon Stella Damasus. For so many years, Stella Damasus has fought for the rights of women and children in Nigeria and Africa. As an ambassador for PROJECT ALERT, she helped to rescue and seek justice for women who have been victims of domestic violence and various forms of abuse. On why he made the film, Daniel stated, "When I read the article, WHEN IS IT ENOUGH, I could relate with it clearly because I grew up in a home with a family where our mother raised us to be kind, gentle and loving, but also had a father who could not control his temper. I witnessed his brutality towards my mother and that is why this story struck a chord in my heart." In 2012, with a crew of just 4 people, Daniel Ademinokan decided to make it into a film and hopes it opens people's eyes to see beyond what they already know about Domestic Violence. It is not just an African problem. It is a global problem. It's been 5 years but the issues of domestic violence that the film addresses is still as relevant today, if not even more. "I'm not ashamed to say that as a child, I grew up in a home where I saw the effect of domestic violence up close and personal. No Woman or Child should ever experience that. I believe this is the right time to push this film out to the world especially at a time where women are eventually speaking up and breaking out of the bondage of 'THE CODE OF SILENCE' and stigma attached to Domestic Violence", Mr. Ademinokan stated definitively. For Stella Damasus, who stars in the movie, this story is based on a true story of someone close to her. In her own words, "Reliving the experience again, while making the film, was like a nightmare but somehow, I was able to push through it because my focus was on the bigger picture of telling the story right, especially with a director as visionary as Daniel. I'm glad he finally agreed to release this for the public to see, considering how this issue is no longer regarded as a problem with less privileged or poor people, but for the high and mighty in society. A lot of women (and some men) go through this but are too afraid to speak up. I am just glad that Daniel is releasing this film for everyone to see." Until now, this film was never released to the general public. Index Two Studios @indextwostudios is teaming up with MonAfrik TV @monafriktv and #Vimeo to bring this mind blowing film to your fingertips this Friday, July 14th. Stream it on www.monafriktv.com for free or watch it on @vimeo www.vimeo.com for just $1. We are donating 50% of the entire proceeds to shelters that help victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse in Nigeria. See the Official trailer here:

WHEN IS IT ENOUGH is a film based on true events. It highlights the ills of domestic violence against women. Daniel Ademinokan wrote and directed the movie in 2012 based on an article of the same title written by Nigerian movie icon Stella Damasus. For so many years, Stella Damasus has fought for the rights of women and children in Nigeria and Africa. As an ambassador for PROJECT ALERT, she helped to rescue and seek justice for women who have been victims of domestic violence and various forms of abuse. On why he made the film, Daniel stated, "When I read the article, WHEN IS IT ENOUGH, I could relate with it clearly because I grew up in a home with a family where our mother raised us to be kind, gentle and loving, but also had a father who could not control his temper. I witnessed his brutality towards my mother and that is why this story struck a chord in my heart." In 2012, with a crew of just 4 people, Daniel Ademinokan decided to make it into a film and hopes it opens people's eyes to see beyond what they already know about Domestic Violence. It is not just an African problem. It is a global problem. It's been 5 years but the issues of domestic violence that the film addresses is still as relevant today, if not even more. "I'm not ashamed to say that as a child, I grew up in a home where I saw the effect of domestic violence up close and personal. No Woman or Child should ever experience that. I believe this is the right time to push this film out to the world especially at a time where women are eventually speaking up and breaking out of the bondage of 'THE CODE OF SILENCE' and stigma attached to Domestic Violence", Mr. Ademinokan stated definitively. For Stella Damasus, who stars in the movie, this story is based on a true story of someone close to her. In her own words, "Reliving the experience again, while making the film, was like a nightmare but somehow, I was able to push through it because my focus was on the bigger picture of telling the story right, especially with a director as visionary as Daniel. I'm glad he finally agreed to release this for the public to see, considering how this issue is no longer regarded as a problem with less privileged or poor people, but for the high and mighty in society. A lot of women (and some men) go through this but are too afraid to speak up. I am just glad that Daniel is releasing this film for everyone to see." Until now, this film was never released to the general public. Index Two Studios @indextwostudios is teaming up with MonAfrik TV @monafriktv and #Vimeo to bring this mind blowing film to your fingertips this Friday, July 14th. Stream it on www.monafriktv.com for free or watch it on @vimeo www.vimeo.com for just $1. We are donating 50% of the entire proceeds to shelters that help victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse in Nigeria. See the Official trailer here:

WHEN IS IT ENOUGH is a film based on true events. It highlights the ills of domestic violence against women. Daniel Ademinokan wrote and directed the movie in 2012 based on an article of the same title written by Nigerian movie icon Stella Damasus. For so many years, Stella Damasus has fought for the rights of women and children in Nigeria and Africa. As an ambassador for PROJECT ALERT, she helped to rescue and seek justice for women who have been victims of domestic violence and various forms of abuse. On why he made the film, Daniel stated, "When I read the article, WHEN IS IT ENOUGH, I could relate with it clearly because I grew up in a home with a family where our mother raised us to be kind, gentle and loving, but also had a father who could not control his temper. I witnessed his brutality towards my mother and that is why this story struck a chord in my heart." In 2012, with a crew of just 4 people, Daniel Ademinokan decided to make it into a film and hopes it opens people's eyes to see beyond what they already know about Domestic Violence. It is not just an African problem. It is a global problem. It's been 5 years but the issues of domestic violence that the film addresses is still as relevant today, if not even more. "I'm not ashamed to say that as a child, I grew up in a home where I saw the effect of domestic violence up close and personal. No Woman or Child should ever experience that. I believe this is the right time to push this film out to the world especially at a time where women are eventually speaking up and breaking out of the bondage of 'THE CODE OF SILENCE' and stigma attached to Domestic Violence", Mr. Ademinokan stated definitively. For Stella Damasus, who stars in the movie, this story is based on a true story of someone close to her. In her own words, "Reliving the experience again, while making the film, was like a nightmare but somehow, I was able to push through it because my focus was on the bigger picture of telling the story right, especially with a director as visionary as Daniel. I'm glad he finally agreed to release this for the public to see, considering how this issue is no longer regarded as a problem with less privileged or poor people, but for the high and mighty in society. A lot of women (and some men) go through this but are too afraid to speak up. I am just glad that Daniel is releasing this film for everyone to see." Until now, this film was never released to the general public. Index Two Studios @indextwostudios is teaming up with MonAfrik TV @monafriktv and #Vimeo to bring this mind blowing film to your fingertips this Friday, July 14th. Stream it on www.monafriktv.com for free or watch it on @vimeo www.vimeo.com for just $1. We are donating 50% of the entire proceeds to shelters that help victims of Domestic Violence and Abuse in Nigeria. See the Official trailer here:

5 Winning Social Media Strategies From a Master Marketer

Real content from real people develops real relationships.<p>Most people who have their businesses on social media are looking hard for answers to solutions for more traffic, engagement and conversions to build their brand. While great social media strategies don’t simply fall off a truck in front of …

Social Media Marketing

I tried to write a novel in a month and now I have a publishing offer

Back in December 2015, I wrote a fairly waffling account of my attempt to write 50,000 words in 30 days for National Novel Writing Month.<p>You can read the whole thing here if you want, but the TL;DR version is this: I had very little sleep, drank far too much tea, and all-in-all felt like I had aged …

Publishing

Content Creation Checklist: 7 Steps to Get You Started

Content development is an art.<p>Content development is an art. It's a lot more than starting with a topic, writing down some words and hitting publish. When writers start out developing a new piece of content, it's a process.<p>In order to help you to create your own digital content, we've written out …

Digital Marketing

You've never heard of these 5 classes — but their areas of study will boost your pay in the future

If you want the excitement of working in a growing industry, like renewable energy or artificial intelligence, you could try to strike out on your …

Learning

Bo Kaap - Cape Town, South Africa - Quiet Corner

Formerly known as the Malay Quarter, Bo Kaap is a colorfully-painted township located in the “Mother City” of South Africa.<p>In the 16th and 17th …

South Africa

Melanin Madness! Black Panther Trailer Drops and Folks Lose Their Minds

Everybody in the world was already watching Game 4 of the NBA Finals, and when the trailer for Ryan Coogler’s <i>Black Panther</i> dropped during a …

Mayim Bialik says 'getting naked is not the only way to feel empowered' in passionate video

Mayim Bialik has a message for girls and young women about taking off their clothes for the camera.<p>"Getting naked is not the only way to feel empowered as a beautiful person," the 41-year-old actress says in her new YouTube video she shared on Thursday.<p>"Anyone else having issues with celebs …

Police Training Should Start With a History Lesson on Slavery Laws

A recent study on police interactions shows what black Americans already know: Police interact in a less respectful manner toward them than they do …

The mindset that makes many women stay in toxic relationships

The other day, I got a bill from an ambulance service addressed to my ex. My guess is that he had another overdose; the code said they’d had to perform advanced life support.<p>I hadn’t spoken to Mark in ages. But for six years, I supported him financially and emotionally while he made and broke …

Relationships