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Body rub massage natural healing acupressure has long been vital in long-established oriental medication for almost 2350 years', and of course the undeniable fact that it is still utilized right now is a sworn statement on the overall performance of the therapy for illness in addition to throbbing.

Acupressure points are essentially a method of delivering a signal in the human organism (by needle or other means) to turn on its self-healing or authoritarian systems. Routinely, Qi (essential energy) moves thro expected pathways within the body known as meridian lines. Impasse of such a movement as well as inequality in Yin along with Yang could cause ailment and certainly tenderness. Natural healing acupressure allows you to mend efficient changes in addition to return most of the flo and in consequence returning the body system to a more natural condition of healthy being.

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To Apply Acupressure Body Rub Massage Points:

Apply immersed, hard force to rub and sometimes arouse any given spot.

When rubbing down healing points, try to relax in just a comfy posture, close up your vision, as well as breathe deeply.

Duplicate your acupressure massage as frequently as you wish; there is virtually no boundary to the period of times daily.

Above and beyond pushing blood through your meridian points on yourself, anyone can also help & acupoint massage these healing points for you.

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Feng Chi acupressure pressure point is appropriate for head aches, migraine, eye blurriness or exhaustion, no energy, and sometimes cold/flu problems. It is situated by feeling a person's mastoid (ear canal) bone and following a rut straight into wherein the neck muscle groups affix to a person's head.

Jian Jing acupressure point is situated by pressing this particular shoulder joint muscle mass using your finger and center finger and is actually frequently used for panic, facial soreness, severe headaches, toothaches and certainly collar soreness. Use gently in expectant women.

He Gu acupressure healing spot is beneficial to panic, head aches, toothaches, facial hurting in addition to neckline pain in your back. Then again, as a declaration of safety, it will possibly cause labor and ought to not be utilized while pregnant.

Tai Chong natural acupressure it's very important take off your shoe to look for this spot. It's an outstanding place to refresh for panic, upper back pain, hbp, limb tenderness, insomnia in addition to highly emotional trouble.

Nei Guan acupressure pressure point might help supply aid for a feeling of sickness, nervousness, carpal tunnel, displease stomach, movement sickness and head aches and is still great for regulation of heart palpitations.

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"Cat Person," the Short Story That Everyone on the Internet Has Been Talking About for the Last 72 Hours
by Christopher Frizzelle

Its a love story that begins with flirtation over Red Vines at a movie theater concession stand.
It's called "Cat Person," but it begins with a flirtation over Red Vines, and there are no cats in it. Getty Images

Over the weekend, I noticed something unusual on my timeline: people who are usually tweeting about Trump or TV or homelessness or drinking or video games or the contents of their refrigerator were tweeting, instead, about a piece of short fiction. A brand new piece of short fiction. It went online on Friday, and if I'm not wrong, it's in the issue of The New Yorker that arrives in people's mailboxes this week. When was the last time a good old-fashioned short story went viral? And the author was someone no one had heard of.

Usually, no one is tweeting about short stories on my timeline, or at least very few people are. (Hello, grad school friends!) Alice Munro could land another devastating sucker-punch of a short story, the kind that won her a Nobel Prize for Writing Short Stories in The New Yorker, and no one would tweet about it. I'm only barely exaggerating. Short stories just don't cut through the noise. "Reality" is more important to most readers.

Anyway, it was Saturday, midday, and I was sitting in my apartment. I was supposed to be writing. I was reading Twitter. This tweet popped up, because it had been retweeted by the magazine, which I follow:

I clicked it, even though it had a title that didn't draw me in, and something happened that also happened to a whole bunch of people at the same time: another world opened up.

If you've missed all this and you don't believe this happened to a bunch of other people, too, well, The New York Times just published a piece about this short story and the woman who created it (which never happens). The Atlantic also just put up a piece. Go on Twitter and type in #catperson.

The Times points out that there has been a backlash to "Cat Person" online (among men, mainly), but also from activist types who say, for example, that it's "saturated in anti-fat bias." (That tweet chillingly goes on: "If you liked it, if you shared it, please read it again," as if there's something wrong or defective with you if you enjoyed a story about two not-perfect people.) The Times also points out there's now a backlash to the backlash, with a Twitter account called Men React to Cat Person. Some of the, um, brilliant male commentary includes such category errors as: "How are articles like this not viewed as sexism?" Articles? Here's a guy who doesn't even know what a short story is.

How did the world of "Cat Person" get so big? It's just the story of these two people, a 20-year-old woman working at a movie theater and a guy who's a bit older (he turns out to be 34) getting to know each other.

Here's a paragraph about what it's like to flirt successfully with someone over text—this is great writing:

From that small exchange about Red Vines, over the next several weeks they built up an elaborate scaffolding of jokes via text, riffs that unfolded and shifted so quickly that she sometimes had a hard time keeping up. He was very clever, and she found that she had to work to impress him. Soon she noticed that when she texted him he usually texted her back right away, but if she took more than a few hours to respond his next message would always be short and wouldn’t include a question, so it was up to her to re-initiate the conversation, which she always did. A few times, she got distracted for a day or so and wondered if the exchange would die out altogether, but then she’d think of something funny to tell him or she’d see a picture on the Internet that was relevant to their conversation, and they’d start up again. She still didn’t know much about him, because they never talked about anything personal, but when they landed two or three good jokes in a row there was a kind of exhilaration to it, as if they were dancing.

There's also great writing about what it's like to be newly infatuated with someone:

On the walk back to her dorm, she was filled with a sparkly lightness that she recognized as the sign of an incipient crush.

And what it's like to hang out with someone you are newly infatuated with but barely know:

Robert came to pick her up in a muddy white Civic with candy wrappers spilling out of the cup holders. On the drive, he was quieter than she’d expected, and he didn’t look at her very much. Before five minutes had gone by, she became wildly uncomfortable, and, as they got on the highway, it occurred to her that he could take her someplace and rape and murder her; she hardly knew anything about him, after all.

And eventually—I don't want to give too much away, so I'll stop quoting it after this—there's a fantastic description of the guy's face the first time he sees the young woman naked in his bedroom:

He looked stunned and stupid with pleasure, like a milk-drunk baby, and she thought that maybe this was what she loved most about sex—a guy revealed like that.

I'm not going to quote it any more, and thus rob it of its power to surprise; you really should just go read the story. It's not hype. It's not overrated. It's a fascinating piece of art. And it's fascinating the way it strikes readers so deeply that people are talking about it as if it's not art, as if it has jumped out of the art category and become journalism, as if it's mineable information, as if it's data, as if they need something from it and it's something they haven't been able to get anywhere else (in the case of some readers [*cough*women*cough*]), or as if the thing they can't get from it is driving them crazy (as in the case of other readers [*cough*men*cough*).

As someone who loves short stories, is super gay, and thinks heterosexual mating rituals are nuts for all kinds of reasons not addressed in the story, I'm just happy the whole world is talking about literary art.

Who is the author? The New Yorker also has a Q&A with her on its website, where we learn that this writer has never published a book and that the story was inspired by an "encounter I had with a person I met online" and that the "incident got me thinking about the strange and flimsy evidence we use to judge the contextless people we meet outside our existing social networks, whether online or off." In the Times piece, she admits she wrote the story in a few days, but says it's not autobiographical.

(My favorite question the Times posed to her is: "Do you hate cats?")

Other reactions:

As for that creepy image of the kissing mouths accompanying "Cat Person," I can't help but think that (beloved, dearly missed) Stranger art director Aaron Huffman did it first back in 2009:


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Trump’s Sexual Harassment Accusers Call for a Congressional Investigation
At least one Trump administration official says that his accusers “have every right to speak up." by Amber Cortes

Rachel Crooks, Jessica Leeds, and Samantha Holvey, women who are uniting for the first time to hold a press conference accusing Trump of sexual harassment.
Rachel Crooks, Jessica Leeds, and Samantha Holvey, women who are uniting for the first time to hold a press conference accusing Trump of sexual harassment. MONICA SCHIPPER VIA GETTY IMAGES

Spurred by the recent #metoo revelations that have brought down some of the most powerful men in the entertainment industry, three women held a press conference today with firsthand accounts of alleged sexual harassment by the “grab ‘em by the pussy” president, and are calling for a congressional investigation into the matter.

The women, who first went public with their allegations last year, also wondered why their claims didn’t stop Trump from becoming president in the first place.

Rachel Crooks—who accused Trump of sexual misconduct during a 2005 incident in which she says he tried to kiss her in Trump Tower—told Megyn Kelly on the Today show that she “felt forgotten.”

“You can’t help but wonder why aren’t people talking about Trump and the people that came forward for him, and why is he immune to that?”

Kelly, who some speculate helped women to come forward with their sexual harassment accusations against her NBC colleague, anchor Matt Lauer, has helped push the #metoo movement into the national spotlight; since airing segments on sexual assault, Today show ratings have risen at least 10 percent.

Here’s the video:

The accusers are hoping to re-focus attention on the President’s alleged misconduct now that the #metoo movement is underway.

And it might be working. The White House released a statement after the press conference this morning—the first official statement responding to the allegations since the election.

“The timing and absurdity of these false claims speaks volumes,” the statement reads, “and the publicity tour that has begun only further confirms the political motives behind them.”

According to the Atlantic, 19 women so far have come forward with allegations against the president.

Unfortunately, it’s doubtful that the press conference held today will actually result in a congressional investigation, since, after all, it looks like the multiple stories of sexual misconduct and general creepiness from the women who came forward against Roy Moore won't make a bit difference in the Alabama election tomorrow.

So, while you shouldn't hold your breath that the #metoo movement will ever take down Trump, at least it seems like more people are paying attention.

And at least one Trump administration official, Nikki Haley—the American ambassador to the United Nations—said that his accusers “have every right to speak up” and that “they should be heard.”

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Clothing Company Criticized for Product Shots of 'Plus-Size' Tights: 'How Is This an Actual Ad'

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Clothing company Wish is drawing criticism for using straight size models to sell their “plus-size” tights.

Product shots on Wish.com show the models stretching out the tights with their arms, and bringing the fabric up to their face. On a listing for another pair of tights, the model has her entire body in just one leg of the tights.

Twitter users questioned why the company would advertise the tights this way.

“I’m so pissed off, how is this an actual ad for plus size tights??” asked one user. “Speechless,” added another.

Wish did not immediately respond to a request for comment.


Wish, which functions primarily as an app, sells Chinese merchandise to American consumers at bargain-basement prices, and some products are even free, with shoppers only paying for shipping. The “plus-size” tights the company is selling go for just $2. However, because the products are coming from China, it can often take two to four weeks for them to arrive.

Wish isn’t the first company to get in hot water over how they market clothing for curvy women. Forever 21 drew ire for using “average” models for their Forever 21 Plus line in 2016, and the same year, H&M had Ashley Graham model their “plus-size” clothes but did not offer the items in stores, only online.

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This is body-shaming at its most ridiculous.  
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