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Woman who barely survived after being severely burned after catching fire at a barbeque has found love after meeting a fellow burns survivor at the Phoenix World Burn Congress

***EXCLUSIVE*** A woman who almost died when she was accidentally sprayed with engine primer and set alight at a barbeque has found love with a fellow burns survivor. Gina Trombino endured excruciating second and third degree burns on her knees, thighs, stomach, fingers and genitals in the horror incident. The former restaurant manager, 32, of San Francisco, California, USA, met Tessa Leech, 28, at a burns survivors congress in September 2018 and fell in love with the mom-of-two. Tessa’s evil ex set her on fire in a brutal attack in 2012.


5-year-old with gender dysphoria 'upset she won't be able to grow baby in belly'

***EXCLUSIVE*** This five-year-old with gender dysphoria who wears dresses CRIES EVERY NIGHT about her body and was left heart-broken when she was told she could NEVER HAVE CHILDREN, but her mother has made it her mission to raise her as a girl. Five-year-old, Lanu-Skylar, who was born biologically male, first began showing an interest in wearing dresses when she was just two-and-a-half-years-old. Her mum, Talitha Kriebel (29) from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, didn‚Äôt think much of it and agreed to buy her first dress, which she would wear outside in their garden. Just a year ago, Lanu-Skylar showed signs of gender dysphoria, a condition where a person experiences discomfort or distress due to a mismatch between their biological sex and gender identity. She began to hate wearing clothes designed for boys out in public but fearing she would get bullied or teased by strangers, Talitha made her wear boy clothes publicly in the beginning. It wasn‚Äôt until summer of 2018 that she allowed her to dress the way she wanted and with the help of her mum and her school teachers, Lanu-Skylar was free to dress feminine. It wasn‚Äôt until she started primary school in November 2018, when Talitha would convince the teachers and school staff to use female pronouns when referring to Lanu-Skylar and she was officially welcomed as ‚Äėone of the girls‚Äô. A few months later, as Lanu-Skylar‚Äôs hair grew longer, Talitha felt it was easier for her to wear dresses than before when she was ‚Äėthe boy in the dress‚Äô.

Window cleaners working on the 50th floor of a building in Dubai - 900 feet above the ground

***EXCLUSIVE*** These vertigo-inducing pictures show brave window cleaners working hundreds of feet above the clouds on some of the world's tallest buildings. Two laid-back workmen were spotted hanging by two wires from one of the city's tallest skyscrapers as they went about their daily business. The palm-sweating images were taken by Zohaib Anjum at the Address Downtown building in Dubai.

Ordinary-looking pajamas are transformed into "smart" ones with five strategically placed sensors that measure heartbeat, respiration and posture

***EXCLUSIVE*** High tech pyjamas costing between £75 and £150 could help you get a good nights sleep, scientists revealed. Within two years the "smart" nightwear could monitor and help improve sleep. The person will not notice they are wearing the five self-powered sensors but they will provide a continuous monitoring of heartbeat, breathing and sleep posture - all factors that play a role in how well a person slumbers. The feedback can help improve sleep patterns by highlighting what is going wrong.

Bravery behind the bombs: Unseen photos reveal how RAF men risked their lives on nightly raids over Nazi Germany to pound Hitler into submission

***EXCLUSIVE*** Remarkable never-seen-before photos from the Second World War encompass the bravery, trepidation and the esprit de corps of the brave brits who flew life-threatening bombing raids across Nazi-occupied Europe. Evocative vintage photos detailing the RAF’s XV squadron show a heavily damaged Lancaster bomber just moments after a member of its aircrew was killed in an accident, the blood-stained map of a navigator who was injured after a bomb prematurely exploded on board his plane, and the silhouettes of a group of brave groundcrew proudly standing atop a Stirling bomber. The photos are part of military historian Martyn Ford-Jones’ rereleased book Bomber Squadron: Men who flew with XV Squadron, a fascinating collection focusing on the day-to-day life of British aircrews during the Second World War, based on their personal diaries and unpublished photos.