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Lingerie for Men
Is there ANY woman who fantasizes about her boyfriend or husband slipping into a thong, negligee, and lace cami?  Is there any woman in the WORLD who would be turned on by that?

There's a company in Australia that's hoping the answer is yes.  They're called HommeMystere, and they just released a line of LINGERIE FOR MEN.

But they didn't make ANY effort to give the lingerie a masculine twist . . . other than making it in men's sizes.  It's mostly pink.  It contains lace and bows and hearts.  It includes teddies, camisoles, thongs, negligees . . . and even padded man-bras.

The company is hoping this CHANGES the way men look at underwear.

They believe men who try their product will find, quote, "comfortable men's panties that really do fit, bra straps that don't fall off the shoulder, [and] teddies that don't ride up halfway through the night."

The products cost around $25 for a pair of men's panties, $32 for a men's bra, and $50 for men's lingerie.

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The 10 Restaurants Cheaters AreMost Likely to Frequent
Here is the link to the article we talked about today on the air where cheating spouses are most likely to take their affairs to.  Click hereto see the whole article!
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Fitz Sings His Happy Place Song
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How much is it gonna cost you to commute to work this year?!?!?!?
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Bras Make Breasts "Saggier", 15-year French Study Reveals

From Counsel & Heal:
Women have long been told that a good bra can help support the chest, relieve back pain and prevent sagging.  However, a new 15-year French study reveals the opposite: bras do little to reduce back pain and, over time, they can actually make breasts sag even more.  
Researcher Prof. Jean-Denis Rouillon, a sports science expert from the University of Besançon in eastern France claims that "bras are a false necessity," according to The Local.



"Medically, physiologically, anatomically - breasts gain no benefit from being denied gravity," said Rouillon. "On the contrary, they get saggier with a bra."

Rouillon and his team spent years measuring the changes in the breasts of 330 women using a simple slide rule and caliper at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (University Hospital) in Besançon, where he carried out his research.

He found that no evidence that bras helped ease back pain. Instead, he found that the chest supports could even add to the problem.

According to The Connexion, the findings suggest that breasts would gain more tone and support themselves if no bra was used.  Researchers explain that bras limit the growth of supporting breast tissues, leaving the breast to wither and degrade more quickly.

The study found that women who took off their bras for good experienced a 7mm lift in their nipples each year they didn't wear a bra.  Researchers also found that bra-less women developed firmer breasts and saw their stretch marks fade.

Some of the women who took part in Rouillon's study told France Info that not wearing a bra helped ease their back pains.

Capucine, a 28-year-old participant in Rouillon's study, swears by the results and hasn't worn a bra for two years.

"There are multiple benefits: I breathe more easily, I carry myself better, and I have less back pain," Capucine said, according to France Info.

However, Rouillon says the findings do not mean all women should throw away their bras.

"It would be dangerous to advise all women to stop wearing their soutien-gorge as the women involved were not a representative sample of the population," Rouillon said, according to The Connexion.

While his initial results "validated the hypothesis that the bra is a false 'need'," he says that women who have been wearing bras for a long time would not gain any benefit from stopping now.

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Bras Make Breasts "Saggier", 15-year French Study Reveals

From Counsel & Heal:
Women have long been told that a good bra can help support the chest, relieve back pain and prevent sagging.  However, a new 15-year French study reveals the opposite: bras do little to reduce back pain and, over time, they can actually make breasts sag even more.  
Researcher Prof. Jean-Denis Rouillon, a sports science expert from the University of Besançon in eastern France claims that "bras are a false necessity," according to The Local.



"Medically, physiologically, anatomically - breasts gain no benefit from being denied gravity," said Rouillon. "On the contrary, they get saggier with a bra."

Rouillon and his team spent years measuring the changes in the breasts of 330 women using a simple slide rule and caliper at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (University Hospital) in Besançon, where he carried out his research.

He found that no evidence that bras helped ease back pain. Instead, he found that the chest supports could even add to the problem.

According to The Connexion, the findings suggest that breasts would gain more tone and support themselves if no bra was used.  Researchers explain that bras limit the growth of supporting breast tissues, leaving the breast to wither and degrade more quickly.

The study found that women who took off their bras for good experienced a 7mm lift in their nipples each year they didn't wear a bra.  Researchers also found that bra-less women developed firmer breasts and saw their stretch marks fade.

Some of the women who took part in Rouillon's study told France Info that not wearing a bra helped ease their back pains.

Capucine, a 28-year-old participant in Rouillon's study, swears by the results and hasn't worn a bra for two years.

"There are multiple benefits: I breathe more easily, I carry myself better, and I have less back pain," Capucine said, according to France Info.

However, Rouillon says the findings do not mean all women should throw away their bras.

"It would be dangerous to advise all women to stop wearing their soutien-gorge as the women involved were not a representative sample of the population," Rouillon said, according to The Connexion.

While his initial results "validated the hypothesis that the bra is a false 'need'," he says that women who have been wearing bras for a long time would not gain any benefit from stopping now.

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Life Advice for My 20-Year-Old Self

I'm usually a quick learner, but for some critical life lessons, I didn't even start the learning process until my late twenties. I would say the age i truly started to figure life out was age 27.  How much easier, happier and more joyful might my life have been if I'd just learned these lessons sooner? So, to my 20-year-old self, here's some advice:

1. Criticizing others won't make you feel better. It just won't, OK? In truth, even though you don't realize it, it's actually making your relationship with yourself and those around you worse. Every critique you carelessly toss around sets the bar that much higher for yourself and the people in your life. Every time you expect perfection from someone else, you force that standard on yourself. It's a standard you can never meet. But you will struggle for years to get there. And I'm not just talking big critiques. Something as simple as "She looks really bad in light yellow, why does she wear that color?" or "God, that stranger is a crappy driver," or "I can't believe she's dating him again." People are on their own paths. Just accept it and focus on your journey.

2. Quit mocking people having fun and just join in. In other words, quit taking yourself so seriously. You know those silly people who wear crazy outfits to the football games, or people who have big love fests at Grunge shows or any other group of people who do something cheesy or ridiculous for fun? You mock them and pretend that you're so much more sophisticated or world-wise or mature. In truth, you're jealous. You see the joy on their faces and you wish you were with them. Stop mocking them and try joining them instead. You might feel that joy on your face. And you might love it.

3. You are what you eat. Let's be honest: You eat pure crap. I know you think you're young and healthy and none of it matters, but it does. Every bite or (binge) drink you take matters. "You are what you eat" isn't just a catchy phrase; your body is made up of the things that you eat. You're forming bad habits that your 30-year-old self is going to have to struggle for years to break. Just stop. Please?

4. You control your emotions, not the other way around. I know what it feels like: Once the anger or the desperation or the fear start, they take over. They're more powerful than you are and you have no choice but to ride them out, letting them dictate not only your internal experience, but your behavior as well. You can't help it that in anger you lash out, that in sadness you withdraw, that in fear you give up. How can you fight against such powerful emotions? Let me tell you: That's bull. You are in control. Emotions are a choppy sea, but you're driving the boat. You can't necessarily make them stop, but you can choose how you react to them. This is, I think, the hardest part of growing up: You have to learn how to have your emotions without letting them have you.

5. Money can't buy you happiness, but love and gratitude can. You're so busy focusing on the things that you don't have -- yet -- that you can't take even one moment to be grateful for the things you do have. You're so focused on material wealth and academic success and a prestigious career and the life you think you're supposed to live that you have no room for finding your passion. You have no room for loving the life you actually have. I can tell you, from my vantage point, that you will reach all of the goals that you're striving so hard to achieve. And none of it will make you happy. And when the house, cars, degrees, fancy jobs and picture-perfect marriage all leave you feeling empty, you'll be left adrift in a sea of meaninglessness as you desperately try to figure out where you went wrong.

Let me give you a hint: None of that crap matters. No external circumstance can bring you internal peace. What matters is that you fill your life with immense gratitude for each moment as you live it, and that you fill your soul with love for every single thing that makes up this beautiful and incredible universe. From that, all else will follow.

 

what advice do you wish you would have followed?  

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Fitz is Hallway Swimming
If you have not had the chance to see the new internet craze, "hallway swimming," you're in for a treat!  Check out this video blog:
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How do I Relax? Well, take a look!
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5 Secrets That It is ok to keep from your man
Did you hear the blog that I talked about this morning on the show from a woman who says that there are 5 secrets that are TOTALLY ok to keep from your husband?  Click Here to go straight to the blog and see it for yourself!
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