Did you know that one in three women around the world don't have access to decent toilets? When carrying out a basic human function risks the safety (and dignity) of so many women, it's a feminist issue. Out of Order is a multimedia exhibition exploring the impact this has on women globally.
It does have its fair share of critics, however, who point to Rose's lack of self-awareness, the sheer speed with which the lovers fall for each other, and the size of that damn piece of wood. Hunter provided the con arguments, pointing out all the reasons why Titanic is a terrible movie, and I stood up for the film. Read through our thoughts in this slideshow, and decide for yourself if James Cameron's great love story was worthy of your teen devotion, or if you were blinded by the swelling music and Leo's dapper grin.
Meet 'Her Deepness' - the 82-year-old deep sea diver who spent two weeks living under water
While Donald Trump may be enjoying cordial relations with heads of state in China and the Phillippines, the picture is a little less rosy when it comes to the US President's business dealings. 300 days after becoming the 45th US President on January 20th, average prices of a luxury room at his hotels has dropped by 20 per cent, FairFX reveals. Of his 13 hotels, 10 are offering rooms at a lower rate this weekend than when he took office, a 26 per cent price cut.
When travelling around the world, vegetarians often have hard luck. And a vegetarian diet combined with an economy class airline meal is, some might say, asking for failure.
On the day that a late-summer slump in tourism from North America to Britain was revealed, the US government warned American travellers of the risk of terror attacks anywhere in Europe as the festive season gets under way. “The Department of State alerts US citizens to the heightened risk of terrorist attacks throughout Europe, particularly during the holiday season,” the travel alert reads.
Many people, trapped in the rat race that is city life, like to fantasise about giving it all up, chucking their belongings in storage (or escaping the trappings of material possessions altogether) and moving to a remote island far, far away. Two such visionaries are Patrick and Hannah Canavan, who fled south London with their three children for a new start in Bali and are documenting their adventures on their blog, Adventure Travel Family. Hannah, 28, and Patrick, 31, left Caterham for the Indonesian island a month ago with Esmae, six, Eira, five and Elfie, two, and Hannah's retired mum Jayne Davies, 55, who “came along for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" – and seem to be having the time of their lives.
A child has caused $1,300 (£985) of damage in a branch of makeup store Sephora by running wild and playing with the products. Pictures of the destroyed makeup were shared by the Facebook page, Extraordinary Life Makeup Artistry, and many people have expressed outrage. “$1,300 of Make Up Forever eye shadow destroyed at Sephora tonight due to a small child,” wrote the person on Facebook.
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