Reveal Event

21 May 19

There is a joke about a conspiracy theory on the moon landing. Those in tin-foil hats claim NASA asked Stanley Kubrick, having just filmed 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), to produce a fake landing to one-up the Soviets. The joke is that being a renowned perfectionist Kubrick would insist on filming it on the moon […]

21 May 19
Encouragement | Hope | Women | Living Today

  Esther, also known as Hadassah This past weekend we heard an extraordinary message at church. I think the title of it was, “The Pressure to Perform.” And, as I pondered which woman would be my next focus in this series, Queen Esther came to mind. Esther shows up in Biblical history approximately 465-475 B.C. […]

21 May 19
Wild West Destinations

Zion National Park ~ Scenic Overlooks! This article is the second Zion National Park photo journal that has been featured in this website.  The photos for both articles were taken in late summer while passing through Zion National Park on the way to other destinations.  The first collection was gathered while traveling to college in […]

21 May 19
Newsy Today

(This article does not reveal any elements of the plot of season 8.) Fans of "Game of Thrones" gathered in California to watch the final episode of the series, Sunday, May 19. ROBYN BECK / AFP The end of a darling series always marks the beginning of a little mourning. The absence of the characters […]

21 May 19
Camestros Felapton

A few hundred years in the future, humanity has retreated underground apart from a small number of people who are trying to reclaim the Earth’s surface via ecological restoration projects. This a world of complex future technology and body modification but also one in which the mundane reality of project timelines, quotes, tenders and convincing […]

21 May 19
Deadline

Taking a page from Quentin Tarantino’s Instagram post this week imploring Cannes Film Festival audiences to keep the details of his competition film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood secret, Festival Artistic Director Thierry Fremaux did a highly unorthodox thing at the beginning of tonight’s world premiere gala screening. After conferring with Tarantino in the […]

21 May 19
Book Bound

It’s been a cracking reading week so far this week. And it’s only Wednesday! First the excellent The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal,and now The Rapture by Claire McGlasson.I was lucky enough to have received a copy of this book from Faber and Faber in exchange for an honest review. And it has been my absolute pleasure […]

21 May 19
GoldDerby
A week after dropping the season-long trailer for “Black Mirror” Season 5, Netflix released individual trailers, titles and synopses for all three standalone episodes on Tuesday. As previously announced, the fifth season of the anthology series will be released on Wednesday, June 5. The cast includes Anthony Mackie, Miley Cyrus, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Topher Grace, Damson Idris, Andrew Scott, Nicole Beharie, Pom Klementieff, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport and Ludi Lin. Anthony Mackie and Miley Cyrus are the new victims of scary tech in the ‘Black Mirror’ Season 5 trailer [WATCH] Here is the lowdown on all three installments that will make you paranoid about your phone. “Smithereens” Synopsis: A cab driver with an agenda becomes the centre of attention on a day that rapidly spirals out of control. Cast: Andrew Scott, Damson Idris, Topher Grace This is “Black Mirror”‘s take on your worst nightmare in an Uber or Lyft. “Rachel, Jack and Ashley, Too” Synopsis: A lonely teenager yearns to connect with her favorite pop star — whose charmed existence isn’t quite as rosy it appears… Cast: Miley Cyrus, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport Yup, Cyrus is going meta to play a pop star with, as we suspected, her own Alexa-like doll, called Ashley Too, who demands Rachel (Rice) to “get this cable out of my ass.” “Striking Vipers” Synopsis: Two estranged college friends reunite in later life, triggering a series of events that could alter their lives forever. Cast: Anthony Mackie, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Nicole Beharie, Pom Klementieff, Ludi Lin Cool of Netflix to put Falcon and Mantis in an episode together. Before Mackie officially becomes the new Captain America, he escapes to an alternate reality to escape his wife (Beharie), who wants to have a second baby. One thing Netflix did not reveal were the episode runtimes. A new Emmy rule dictates that TV movie contenders need to clock in at a minimum of 75 minutes to qualify, which would’ve eliminated “Black Mirror”‘s 2017 Emmy champ, “San Junipero,” but not its winner last year, “USS Callister.” “Bandersnatch,” its current hopeful and the predicted Best TV Movie winner, is an interactive installment with five possible endings that averages 90 minutes, with the shortest one being 40 minutes. PREDICT the Emmy nominees now; change them until July 16 In the near future, you can check out how our experts rank this year’s Emmy contenders. Then take a look at the most up-to-date combined odds before you make your own 2019 Emmy predictions. Don’t be afraid to jump in now since you can keep changing your predictions until just before nominations are announced on July 16. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
21 May 19
Lily Waywell

Original post via Affinity Magazine In this weeks episode of Game of Thrones (The Bells), the characters head off to their final battle in Kings Landing. Many fans argue that the creators have rushed certain areas of this last season. For example, fans haven’t been too impressed with the character developments for characters such as […]

21 May 19
The Scottish Sun
COUPLES will tell you there’s only one thing that gets more hot and passionate than they do in the throws of an argument – the make-up sex that so often follows. And while for some it might sound like a strange turn of events, scientists have confirmed that romantic conflicts not only increase sexual desire, but make the actual act feel that little bit better than normal. Scientists have confirmed that romantic conflicts increase sexual desire and can make the act feel that little bit better than normal Arguments are bound to leave any couple feeling emotionally distant from each other, and sex acts as the perfect plaster to help repair any closeness that was ruined during a fight. Research by Israel’s Bar-Ilan University has showed that emotional threats primed many partners into wanting to have sex, and while it’s best done when the argument has been resolved, it can be a form of therapy to work through it. Marriage and family therapist Marissa Nelson told Huffington Post: “Conflict is something to be avoided, so sex is a way to reconnect without any words or apologies. “What’s more, the release of the ‘love hormone’ oxytocin during sex makes couples feel closer, soothing some of the hurtful emotional that may have come to the surface during an argument.” Emotional threats primes many partners into wanting to have sex Not only this, but the therapist notes that couples usually take on their most novelty sexual routines after a tiff, spicing things up in order to help heal their scars. “Sex is a place you enter and a role you have to step into,” Marissa added. “So that time after an argument is a safe place to explore more kinky or assertive sex, and that can be very sexually satisfying.” Other experts believe that our need for makeup sex goes all the way back to our survival instincts, as an argument arouses fear and excitement, increasing blood flow to intimate areas of the body. It’s this that makes the act more pleasurable, with American therapist Douglas Brooks explaining emotionally-charged sex can cause better orgasms. [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “Most orgasms are not due to the mechanical pounding of intercourse, but because of the intense heightened emotional state and arrival,” he said. “During an argument, our bodies get worked up too.” But the experts warns that couples should not rely on the act to resolve their problems – as makeup sex is a common problem couples cite during therapy. “It’s fine for people to engage in sex during or after an argument, provided that each person feels good about themselves and the situation afterwards,” Douglas added. [bc_video video_id=”6037936811001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ulrika Jonsson reveals heartbreak of having sex with her husband just ONCE in eight years”]
21 May 19
The Irish Sun
COUPLES will tell you there’s only one thing that gets more hot and passionate than they do in the throws of an argument – the make-up sex that so often follows. And while for some it might sound like a strange turn of events, scientists have confirmed that romantic conflicts not only increase sexual desire, but make the actual act feel that little bit better than normal. Scientists have confirmed that romantic conflicts increase sexual desire and can make the act feel that little bit better than normal Arguments are bound to leave any couple feeling emotionally distant from each other, and sex acts as the perfect plaster to help repair any closeness that was ruined during a fight. Research by Israel’s Bar-Ilan University has showed that emotional threats primed many partners into wanting to have sex, and while it’s best done when the argument has been resolved, it can be a form of therapy to work through it. Marriage and family therapist Marissa Nelson told Huffington Post: “Conflict is something to be avoided, so sex is a way to reconnect without any words or apologies. “What’s more, the release of the ‘love hormone’ oxytocin during sex makes couples feel closer, soothing some of the hurtful emotional that may have come to the surface during an argument.” Emotional threats primes many partners into wanting to have sex Not only this, but the therapist notes that couples usually take on their most novelty sexual routines after a tiff, spicing things up in order to help heal their scars. “Sex is a place you enter and a role you have to step into,” Marissa added. “So that time after an argument is a safe place to explore more kinky or assertive sex, and that can be very sexually satisfying.” Other experts believe that our need for makeup sex goes all the way back to our survival instincts, as an argument arouses fear and excitement, increasing blood flow to intimate areas of the body. It’s this that makes the act more pleasurable, with American therapist Douglas Brooks explaining emotionally-charged sex can cause better orgasms. [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “Most orgasms are not due to the mechanical pounding of intercourse, but because of the intense heightened emotional state and arrival,” he said. “During an argument, our bodies get worked up too.” But the experts warns that couples should not rely on the act to resolve their problems – as makeup sex is a common problem couples cite during therapy. “It’s fine for people to engage in sex during or after an argument, provided that each person feels good about themselves and the situation afterwards,” Douglas added. [bc_video video_id=”6037936811001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ulrika Jonsson reveals heartbreak of having sex with her husband just ONCE in eight years”]
21 May 19
The Sun
COUPLES will tell you there’s only one thing that gets more hot and passionate than they do in the throws of an argument – the make-up sex that so often follows. And while for some it might sound like a strange turn of events, scientists have confirmed that romantic conflicts not only increase sexual desire, but make the actual act feel that little bit better than normal. Scientists have confirmed that romantic conflicts increase sexual desire and can make the act feel that little bit better than normal Arguments are bound to leave any couple feeling emotionally distant from each other, and sex acts as the perfect plaster to help repair any closeness that was ruined during a fight. Research by Israel’s Bar-Ilan University has showed that emotional threats primed many partners into wanting to have sex, and while it’s best done when the argument has been resolved, it can be a form of therapy to work through it. Marriage and family therapist Marissa Nelson told Huffington Post: “Conflict is something to be avoided, so sex is a way to reconnect without any words or apologies. “What’s more, the release of the ‘love hormone’ oxytocin during sex makes couples feel closer, soothing some of the hurtful emotional that may have come to the surface during an argument.” Emotional threats primes many partners into wanting to have sex Not only this, but the therapist notes that couples usually take on their most novelty sexual routines after a tiff, spicing things up in order to help heal their scars. “Sex is a place you enter and a role you have to step into,” Marissa added. “So that time after an argument is a safe place to explore more kinky or assertive sex, and that can be very sexually satisfying.” Other experts believe that our need for makeup sex goes all the way back to our survival instincts, as an argument arouses fear and excitement, increasing blood flow to intimate areas of the body. It’s this that makes the act more pleasurable, with American therapist Douglas Brooks explaining emotionally-charged sex can cause better orgasms. [article-rail-section title=”most read in fabulous” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “Most orgasms are not due to the mechanical pounding of intercourse, but because of the intense heightened emotional state and arrival,” he said. “During an argument, our bodies get worked up too.” But the experts warns that couples should not rely on the act to resolve their problems – as makeup sex is a common problem couples cite during therapy. “It’s fine for people to engage in sex during or after an argument, provided that each person feels good about themselves and the situation afterwards,” Douglas added. [bc_video video_id=”6037936811001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Ulrika Jonsson reveals heartbreak of having sex with her husband just ONCE in eight years”]