Finding a woman worth spending the rest of your natural life with in the West is getting tougher with each passing day. Sure, there are plenty of women looking to get married. But the same issue remains in that your choices are limited, with the best female partners getting snapped up early in the game. A time where talking about getting married and raising a family is frowned upon. Why put up with a Western woman who stands a very good chance of making your life a misery when there are hundreds of Filipina women looking for a man just like you. Men are being attacked for wanting anything from life other than keeping women happy.
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Amala Paul has done something that most mainstream actors of Indian cinema do not dare to do. And while, what Amala Paul has done for cinema, is a rarity, she is not the only actress to have bared it when the script of a film demanded it. There have been others who are so committed to their art that they've come to terms with the idea that a scene may simply require nudity. Sharon Stone: While the iconic actor may have bared it all on-screen several times, she is best known for her iconic turn as Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct, where she was seen alongside another screen icon Michael Douglas. Udita Goswami: While she may have fizzled out from Bollywood, her super seductive scene from Zeher where she seduces Emraan Hashmi in a super sensual strip scene is still one of the most talked-about scenes portraying on-screen nudity in Indian cinema. Mandakini: While it may seem easier now, with a wave of new-age or Avante-Garde cinema hitting celluloid, Mandakini did the unthinkable 34 years earlier in the movie Ram Teri Ganga Maili opposite, Rajiv Kapoor. However, her portrayal of a nude Rose in the mega-hit Titanic and more recently as the film Iris in which she plays young Iris Murdoch.
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A French tourist has admitted impregnating more than women in six African countries within two years. They easily give in to all their requests and desires and are taken advantage of. I am not proud of what I have done. These were unfortunate experiences.
By Khaleda Rahman for MailOnline. These pictures show frightened girls lined up before villagers in Kenya to be circumcised - even though the brutal practice is now illegal in the country. But in many African tribes, traditions are more important than laws and circumcision is considered a rite of passage that marks their transition into womanhood so they can marry.