Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia | on March 1, 2021 Monday blues are real but trust celebrities to take them away with their bright and cheerful looks. Recently, young budding fashionistas Janhvi Kapoor and Pooja Hegde were spotted sporting colourful looks and exuding positive and lively vibes in it. While Janhvi opted for a multicolour hoodie as her airport look, Pooja, on the other hand, got clicked by the paparazzi outside a gym in her multicolour jeggings. The two looked pretty and caught our attention. So, let us take a close look at their colourful fashion pieces and decode it for inspiration. Janhvi Kapoor In A Multicolour Hoodie Janhvi Kapoor stole the limelight at the airport. She donned a full-sleeved multicolour hoodie and looked pretty. Her hoodie featured an attached cap and she teamed it with slim fit black pants. The Roohi actress … [Read more...] about Love Playing With Colours? Then Janhvi Kapoor And Pooja Hegde’s Multicolour Fashion Pieces Are For You!
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A decade ago, I wrote a post for this Living Single blog titled, “Singlism: What It Is and Is Not, and Why It Should Be in the Dictionary.” The part about the dictionary was fanciful; I didn’t really think it would happen. Only it just did. The word “singlism” has been added to the Cambridge English Dictionary . What Does Singlism Mean? For a quick definition of singlism, I typically use something like: Singlism is the stereotyping and stigmatizing of people who are single, and discrimination against them. The first time I used the word singlism in a published paper was in an article I wrote with Wendy Morris, " Singles in society and in science ." It was the target article in the journal Psychological Inquiry in 2005, in a special issue featuring 10 commentaries on our article and our response to the commentaries. Here's what we said on p. 60: "One of the most important implications of the Ideology of Marriage and Family is that adults who are single in … [Read more...] about Singlism, a Word I Coined, Is in the Dictionary
Because contemporary English language usage in the United States is built around assumptions of monogamy – or compulsory monogamy as some scholars have labeled it – it often fails to adequately describe the experiences of people in consensually non-monogamous (CNM) relationships like polyamory. This absence of adequate existing language has encouraged polyamorous folks to create their own words that describe their experiences. Poly Lingo In addition to the word polyamory, polyamorous folks have constructed a poly lingo in which they create words or phrases like New Relationship Energy ( NRE ), the one penis policy ( OPP ), compersion , metamour , polyagony , unicorns and unicorn hunters , and polysexual and polyfidelitous . Inspired by this polyamorous propensity to create words to describe important relationships, feelings, and experiences, I created the words polyaffective (emotionally intimate, non-sexual relationships that often form the support … [Read more...] about Polysaturation: When Polyamorous People Have Enough Partners
Source: Matthew Baxter My father passed away unexpectedly in September last year. My loss is still raw and painful, but I take some comfort in the fact that my father appears in my dreams and in my thoughts. I was reminded recently that he also appears in my language. One morning I was driving when I heard yet another unidentifiable “clunking” sound in my vehicle. “As Dad would say, this car’s got more rattles than a millionaire’s baby,” I remarked to my husband. Australian English is unique. It features a distinct dialect and accents, and it is characterized by creative idioms and slang. ( Here are just a few examples.) Australian English has a fondness for informality, which is especially evident in its diminutives . These are abbreviations for words that are then given a vowel-sound ending, such as sunnies for “sunglasses,” arvo for “afternoon,” and footy for “football.” The origins of this variety of English are fascinating, and that is a topic we can … [Read more...] about When We Lose Friends and Family Members
Source: herbert haseneder/flickr Rusty Schweikhart was a member of the Apollo 9 space mission in March 1969, which carried out tests for the moon landings that took place later that year. Like many astronauts, he found the experience transformational. One of his tests was to do a spacewalk around his lunar module, in which he floated 160 miles above the earth. As he gazed at the planet circling below him, he experienced a profound shift in perspective. Like all of us, he had been brought up to think in terms of different countries with borders between them. But now he lost his identity as an American astronaut, and felt "part of everyone and everything sweeping past me below." As he described it: When you go around the Earth in an hour and half, you begin to recognize that your identity is with the whole thing…You look down there and you can’t imagine how many borders and boundaries you cross, again and again and again, and you don’t even see them…[F]rom where you see it, … [Read more...] about The Psychology of Nationalism