Is there anything in the world that would make you give up your wedding venue and date if you didn't need to? Because honestly, once the venue is booked it would probably take a natural disaster or serious health emergency to make me want to give up my spot. But apparently, not all of us realize this. As one woman recently chronicled in a post on Reddit, her pregnant sister actually asked her to give up her wedding venue -- all because she felt like it was too hard to plan a wedding and be pregnant at the same time.
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To support our nonprofit science journalism, please make a tax-deductible gift today. Do newborn babies need to be separated from mothers infected with the new coronavirus? A growing number of families and doctors are facing this difficult question. The scant data available have led to apparently contradictory recommendations: Some health authorities, including in China and the United States, recommend isolation of newborns from their infected mothers; others, including the World Health Organization WHO , strongly recommend breastfeeding and keeping mothers and babies together, while taking precautions such as the mother wearing a mask. More than million pregnant women around the world are potentially at risk of infection with the new virus.
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Huffman backtracked at the time, vaguely saying that racism was allowed but not welcome. So far, the moderators of forums claiming to represent million users have signed on to the letter, including those of various LGBTQ, feminist, and black subreddits, and those of subreddits for Android developers, pregnant people, residents of Florida, people who are physically incapable of burping , and the garlic-bread-memes subreddit. The American reckoning over racism that has led to a wave of protests across the country is now unfurling on social-media platforms too.
Of course, you can't believe everything you read online and Reddit sex threads aren't monitored for accuracy—"No offense to Reddit, I do love the site, but it can be a breeding ground for people who think they know everything," says Lisa Finn, a sex educator at sex toy emporium Babeland —but that doesn't mean this cult-favorite site isn't harboring some gems. Scroll down to read about four of the best sex tips I found on Reddit—and what happened when my partner and I tried them. One Reddit user took to the online hub to find out if other people besides he and his wife find mutual masturbation magical. In just five days, over 2, folks took to the post to let him they love it, too. One commenter who has chronic pain notes mutual masturbation is a "godsend" when they're hurting: "I [can] stay comfortable under my heating pad and rest in the nook of my husband's arm and feel really intimate.