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Argentina Legalizes Gay Marriage

Speed Read! Argentina Legalizes Gay Marriage

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  • Bristol and Levi's awkward engagement video — The Frisky
  • Facebook app lightens skin in photo to promote skin lightening cream in India — Salon
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beautiful-disaster beautiful-disaster 5 years
VAMOS VAMOOOOS ARGENTINAAAAAAAA!!!
catita85 catita85 5 years
Yay for Argentina, I´m very, very proud that our country is news worldwide for such a positive thing.
totygoliguez totygoliguez 5 years
Yay! I'm so exacted! Hopefully this will have a domino effect and other countries will decide to do the same thing! Yay Argentina!
bryseana bryseana 5 years
The article by Riddhi Shah on Vaseline skin-lightening cream was rather sad to read. The guy she dated said she was too dark... I know it can be argued that tanning beds and tanning creams are in a similar category, but given the history of racial discrimination, I'd say this is a bit more offensive.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 5 years
Yay for Argentina!About lightening creams, I knew of their existence for a while now. Certain cultures, especially of the Asian variety, find fair skin to be more aesthetic for specific cultural reasons and values. Incidentally, the company Neutrogena has a skin-lightening mask that seemingly only available overseas in Asia (where the market is at). That mask is not sold in the U.S. (presumably because there is very little market for it).
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 5 years
Yay for Argentina! About lightening creams, I knew of their existence for a while now. Certain cultures, especially of the Asian variety, find fair skin to be more aesthetic for specific cultural reasons and values. Incidentally, the company Neutrogena has a skin-lightening mask that seemingly only available overseas in Asia (where the market is at). That mask is not sold in the U.S. (presumably because there is very little market for it).
simplystella simplystella 5 years
It's a good thing for Argentina.. I wish more countries could follow the example, tho! :) As for the last link, I never even knew that lightening creams existed :) It sure sounds weird at first, but if I think about it twice, it's not much different from light-toned people using self tanners, isn't it?While I'm all for embrace-your-natural-look, I can understand some people's desire to look different from what they are - ultimately it's their life, their happiness, and well, their choice :)
simplystella simplystella 5 years
It's a good thing for Argentina.. I wish more countries could follow the example, tho! :) As for the last link, I never even knew that lightening creams existed :) It sure sounds weird at first, but if I think about it twice, it's not much different from light-toned people using self tanners, isn't it? While I'm all for embrace-your-natural-look, I can understand some people's desire to look different from what they are - ultimately it's their life, their happiness, and well, their choice :)
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