Boy, 6, wears 'I will be your friend' T-shirt to first day of school so bullied kids don't feel alone
Blake Rajahn, a 6-year-old Georgia boy, used the T-shirt he wore on the first day of school to help bullied kids not feel alone. His mother told him before school started that she would make him any shirt that said anything he wanted. After thinking about it, he chose to the message “I will be your friend.” Blake had experienced bullying before and wanted kids to know he would support them. According to his mother, Nikki, Blake has always had “a big heart for others and is very genuine.” She shared the sweet story and photo of the shirt on Facebook, and the post quickly went viral. According to Nikki, orders are now coming in to purchase the shirt. The proceeds from sales of the shirt will go to the Real Life Center, which helps individuals and families in their county navigate unanticipated challenges in life.
Ashley Graham is pregnant: 'Life is about to get even better'
Ashley Graham celebrated nine years of marriage to husband Justin Ervin with a sweet video post on Instagram — and announced that they are expecting their first child. Graham shared the video with the message, “I married the love of my life...Today we are feeling so blessed, grateful and excited to celebrate with our GROWING FAMILY!” Ashley’s baby bump was on display in a tight-fitting green dress. Justin also shared the news on his Instagram, with photos of the two of them holding a sonogram picture.
The single most important step for longer looking lashes — according to 6000 Amazon reviewers
Editors at Yahoo Lifestyle have found the “eyelash game changer.” Amazon reviewers swear that a simple eyelash curler is the only tool you need to achieve long eyelashes. Reviewers call it the best duplicate for the high-end curlers. The affordable curler is available in three different colors and promises volume without discomfort. Shoppers agree that it achieves the perfect curl in eyelashes without pinching eyelids or crimping the lashes. With over 6,000 near-perfect ratings, and at only $10, the results speak for themselves.
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Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' co-star accuses her of sexual misconduct
Katy Perry is the latest celebrity to be accused of sexual misconduct. Model and actor Josh Kloss is accusing Perry of pulling down his pants and underwear at a party, exposing his genitals to a group of people. Kloss played Perry’s love interest in her 2010 music video “Teenage Dream” and claims that the incident occurred in 2011 after Perry split from her husband, Russell Brand. Kloss said he felt “pathetic and embarrassed.” While Perry has not made a statement regarding the accusation, her fans have been defending the pop star on Kloss’s Instagram account.
A new allergy vaccine could finally let anyone become a cat person
A Swiss company developed a new vaccine for cats that will decrease their allergic impact. Allergies are the main reason cats are abandoned worldwide. With a product like this available, people who have allergic reactions to cats, like sniffing, sneezing, and scratching will be able to be around cats without facing any symptoms. The scientists at HypoPet believe that vaccinating cats will allow them to produce higher levels of the antibodies needed to reduce their allergic impact. There are a number of other benefits to the vaccine, including reducing the risk of childhood asthma in young people who live with cats.
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