for someone who has hirutism, i cannot explain how much it angers me when white girls complain about shaving when all they have is peach fuzz. MAYBE WHEN YOU HAVE TO THREAD HAIR THAT IS ON YOUR FACE, NECK, CHEST, PLUS ALL THE OTHER PARTS YOU NEED TO SHAVE ALL TOGEHTER, THEN YOU CAN COMPLAIN TO ME ABOUT SHAVING.
in the mean time sit the fuck down recognize your privilege of not looking like a gorilla.
PCOS causes acne in many women and if you suffer from these painful breakouts, you are certainly not alone. Though hormonal influences can initiate skin problems, you may be surprised to find that your pillow case can really add insult to injury!
Pillow cases can be especially harmful if you’re a side sleeper, as your face is up against the material every night. Here are a few ways you can improve your skin by paying attention to your sleeping habits:
Sleep on your back. It may be difficult at first, but getting into the habit will be worth it.
Change your pillow case more often. Though we all would like to say that we wash our sheets once per week, the reality of a busy schedule is that they often do not get washed that frequently.
Switch detergents. If changing your pillow case more regularly doesn’t seem to help, try a fragrance-free or extra sensitive detergent, as that may be what is irritating your skin.
Of course, changing your pillow case will not completely heal your acne, but it will help stop making the skin condition worse while giving other treatments a chance to work.
I'm loving the warm, beautiful weather and all but..
when it gets warmer and everyone else wants to wear less, i become more insecure, cause of my hirutism. i wish it was easy to shave everything off. but this isn’t peach fuzz that we’re talking about. and i hate every bit of it. i hate how i have to put into 4 hrs of shaving and have to put in more effort cause the amount of body hair i have. and its hot, and i can’t hide under a jacket forever. and its like i’m in this battle of shaving and wearing short sleeves, or not and just wearing short sleeves or covering myself. being a Pakistani-Muslim, i’m not even allowed to wear a tank top in the house. and i’m always been so used to wearing jeans all summer long, cause i don’t have a choice, i have to cover myself. and walking around campus, seeing all these girls in shorts, dresses, and bikinis. i want to wear those things but i can’t cause a) i’m too hairy b.) i can shave, but i have too much hair to shave off, its really bad. c) i’m not even allowed to show that much skin anyways.
and i’m so embarrassed about all of this as i’ve always been. and i think my only way out is laser hair removal surgery. cause that can only permanently take it all off. but i’m a broke ass college student. and this whole week, everyday after school, as i sit at the mall, i feel so insecure cause i can’t even enjoy warm weather in just jeans and some t-shirt.
I had a wonderful time reading and performing at A Spring Fling at Hirut this past Saturday. Thank you to everyone who came out for this evening of poetry, prose and music. Hirut is a very classy, warm and friendly restaurant and arts venue - I look forward to going back!
Buffalo Marathon 2015 Results: Men and Women's Top Finishers
The Buffalo Marathon has long been known for its flat surface and fast times. On Sunday, Kiplingat Tisia and Hirut Guangul took advantage of the course more than anyone in history.
Tisia and Guangul each set course records en route to taking the men’s and women’s divisions, respectively, at the 2015 Buffalo Marathon. Tisia ran the course in 2:15:59, breaking the course record by more than a minute.
Of course, it was Tisia who held that record in the first place. A Kenyan who has made his home locally in Rochester, Tisia has become a dominant fixture in the Buffalo race. After taking home the 2014 marathon in just over two hours and 17 minutes, he came back with a vengeance Sunday, galloping ahead of the pack and earning a relatively easy victory.
Phillip Lagat, a Kentucky resident, finished the race in second place, more than five minutes behind Tisia. Richard Kessio, Jacob Krolick and Geoffrey Kiprotich round out the top five. Six of the top 10 finishers reside in New York.
While impressive to repeat, one could easily argue that Guangul’s day was among the best in Buffalo Marathon history. Her time of 2:39:01 shattered the previous women’s record by more than three minutes. She has previously won the Quad Cities Marathon and Marine Corps Marathon, among others.
Guangul’s finishing time was nearly 20 minutes better than second-place Kristen Tamburrino. Muliye Gurmu, Sophie Goobic and Aimee Patel rounded out the top five for the women’s side. Unlike on the men’s side, there were a number of other states represented near the top. Though New Yorkers were four of the top 10, four other states (Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts and Connecticut) and one province (Ontario) comprised the field.
Breaking the course record earned Tisia and Guangul a bonus of $2,000, per Budd Bailey of the Buffalo News. That number doubles their respective prizes altogether to $4,000 apiece.
One of the youngest major marathons on the U.S. calendar, the Buffalo Marathon has seen exponential growth since its 2001 inception. Once a low-fi event that was barely a blip on the radar, this year’s event was expected to draw more than 7,000 participants and many more watching the runners on the street.
“I’m very excited. The committee has worked very hard to make this happen. Buffalo’s a great city and they deserve it,” Greg Weber, the race director of the Buffalo Marathon said, per Brittni Smallwood of News 4.
Appropriate considering its relationship with Memorial Day, the Buffalo Marathon also expanded its relationship with the military in 2015. Team RWB, a nonprofit running group that helps reintegrate veterans into their community, launched a relationship with the marathon this year. Some runners competed in the relay portion of the event, while others took part in all 26 miles—all while carrying the U.S. flag.
“I’m here for the comradery and to wave the flag and to really take a minute and think in my heart about all the men and women who have died for their country," Dave James, a Team RWB member, told Erica Brecher of WGRZ.com.
All told, it was a successful day for everyone involved in the event. Tisia and Guangul continued the competitive push of the race with dominant performances, a number of great charities were helped and the city of Buffalo continued its rise in distance running.
The race’s official website listed every event as being sold out this weekend, the first time that’s happened, according to Lauren Hall of News 4. Given the success of Sunday’s race, odds are it won’t be the last.
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