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Woman with excess body hair who was tormented over her 'beard' reveals she considered a gender reassignment because of it

***EXCLUSIVE*** FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA, USA: After being BULLIED for being „TOO HAIRY” this student considered FEMALE to MALE gender reassignment surgery - and would even smuggle a razor to school to SHAVE between classes. University student, Caiopa Jade Marjan (23) from Farmville, Virginia, USA, spent her whole life struggling with symptoms such as excess hair all over her body (hirsutism), a deeper voice, being overweight, acne, a receding hairline and infertility. She spent her school days feeling insecure after being relentlessly bullied by her peers for being „too hairy” to the point that she would sneak in a razor every day to shave her face and arms. It wasn’t until 2016, when she was 19 years old, that she was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a condition that affects how a woman’s ovaries work. She spent the next two years feeling miserable about her appearance and thought that if she transitioned to male, this would solve her problems. However, in June 2019, she began discovering many social media pages owned by other hairy or „bearded” women, which was a big thing for her as she didn’t know there was a whole community of women like her. This was the time she began dating a friend she had been communicating with online, who constantly told her how beautiful she was. So, after eight years of regularly shaving, she decided to ditch the razors in December of 2019 and hasn’t looked back since.

Quita the cat has enjoyed a life of European travel - along with her owner and a parrot called Coco Lee

***EXCLUSIVE*** This adorable kitty has spent her life on a European tour - together with her best friend and owner. Travel junkie and lifelong animal lover Robert Stephenson-Padron began to care for Quita the Abyssinian Mix cat in March 2019. Originally brought in to lift the spirits of the staff at Roberts healthcare business, Quita, one, quickly became a faithful travelling companion. Learning to stick close to her humans companions while training as a therapy cat Quita has now visited almost 30 locations all across Europe including Vatican City, Champeaux, France and Florence, Italy.

Rock Steady Boxing: an exercise class to manage PD symptoms

The benefits of exercise have been touted as essential to a healthy lifestyle for decades. Running, cross training, yoga, and Pilates have all had their time on the front pages as the answer to a Fitter You. Exercise improves heart health, endurance, strength and flexibility, bone density and even your brain. Exercise is beneficial for young and old alike, and has been proven to be especially beneficial to those with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Rock Steady Boxing (RSB) is a non-contact fitness program designed specifically for people with Parkinson’s. Founded in 2006, by a young onset patient who wanted to challenge his disease, its origin comes from his personal regimen designed by a boxing trainer.2 Working with a coach on a modified boxing regimen to gain strength and agility, he noticed improvements in his health and a reduction in Parkinson’s symptoms. He achieved such individual improvement that he formed a nonprofit to help bring the program to others. 

Geodesic cabins offer energy-efficient dwellings for eco adventures

Glamping has certainly come a long way since its initial introduction; adding to the portfolio of unique experiences are French architectural firm FUGU. The design company, which specializes in creating unique Alpine structures, has revealed a series of geodesic cabins that are energy-efficient and designed for adventure lovers. The eco-lodges are modular in design, fully customizable, and suitable for even the harshest of climates, making them a good fit for alpine resorts, glamping sites, nature retreats or as private guest houses. The FUGU eco-lodges are designed to be used all year round and can withstand most harsh climates, featuring a fully enclosed shell with reinforced insulation; solar ventilation; passive air circulation; and a moisture protection system.

A former Royal Marine has been labelled ''the luckiest man alive'' after cheating death - TEN times

***EXCLUSIVE*** Tough Wes Grant, 37, has survived being stabbed, set on fire, car jacked, a serious bicycle crash and a malfunction of his skydiving equipment. He was shot at by the Taliban during two tours of Afghanistan and by pirates while on duty at sea - and has also pulled through a stroke caused by a heart condition. Wes has miraculously survived a lifetime of near-misses that began when he was pulled from a fire during childhood.

Room with a view: eco friendly treetop hotel opens in Bali

From renowned German architect Alexis Dornier, this unique boutique hotel amongst the trees offers travellers a once in a lifetime experience. Located in Penestanan, Ubud, Indonesia, The Lift Treetop Boutique Hotel started out as a testing ground for ideas on how to lift structures off the ground, to have a less invasive footprint and impact, and be more cost-effective and faster to build. Each of the three luxury treetop cabins has spiral stairs that take you up to your room; benefits of being so high up include passive cooling, passive shading courtesy of the adjacent trees, and more importantly, escaping blood-sucking mosquitos. Each of the three cabins has a different design; the first is more traditional and comes with a four-post bed, exposed ceiling, and a small narrow bathroom. The second, more contemporary residence, has a glass wall separating the bedroom from the bathroom, whilst large windows provide plenty of light and views of the surrounding trees. The third hotel room offers floor-to-ceiling windows that wrap around the room - light curtains can be closed for privacy. A more rustic vibe, this room offers a larger bathroom that features a bamboo screen - this allows light in but also allows for privacy. Two of the hotel rooms also have their own outdoor space for relaxing and taking in the scenery. And whilst you might feel like you’re in the middle of a forest, facilities at the hotel include a sauna, a bijoux pool, a bar, seating areas, and other small recreational areas, ensure that you get that full hotel experience. There’s even an elevated yoga deck way above ground for you to completely zen out and be at one with nature.

World record for the highest ever altitude scuba dive

Ojos Del Salado, Argentina: Polish diver Marcel Korkus has set the world record for the highest ever altitude scuba dive. Taking place at Ojos del Salado in Argentina, on December 13, 2019, Korkus completed the dive at an altitude of 6,395 meters above sea level, accompanied by. Unsurprisingly Korkus is the first person to dive at such an altitude - the dive was completely experimental as the planning tables for such dives ends at 3000 meters! The dive took place in the so-called basin (a natural water reservoir, which in terms of dimensions cannot be considered a lake). The ice was 1.3 meters thick and the water temperature was 3 degrees - it is thought that a human could not dive at a higher altitude! During the expedition, Marcel Korkus was accompanied by three Argentinians - Ulises Kusnezov, Martin Alderete and Eduardo Salas. Next, Korkus in cooperation with Eversub, intends to explore the deepest sunken cave in the world.

Lost dog reports himself missing at local police station

A dog reported itself to police when it had lost its owner. Chico the German Shepherd put its paws up on the reception at Odessa Police Department in Texas on 11 February. Staff later found out the cheeky canine returned safely to its owner. Support Our Permian Basin Police Officers reported: „So.... this happy guy randomly strolled into the front desk of the Police Department last night. We’re thinking he wanted to apply for a K-9 position after eliminating a Lassie type situation. He was given lots of love and attention until he decided it was time for him to leave. He let himself out and after an exhausting search was not found. We were relieved to learn he safely returned to his owner. Chico is welcome back anytime.”

A man made a hilarious discovery in his shopping after a recent trip to the supermarket - a carrot with what looks like a PENIS

***EXCLUSIVE*** Michael Coates, 47, pulled the rude find from a bag after visiting a nearby Tesco - and fell about laughing.  Not wanting to waste the opportunity, he then snapped some photos which appear to show the vegetable with two 'legs' - and a possible third inbetween.  He is now storing it in the fridge as a souvenir, unwilling to throw it away.  Michael was about to cook after buying the carrots from a store near Middlesborough, North Yorks., last week (Fri) when he made the phallic find.

Seaweed from a billion years ago has been discovered by palaeontologists who claim it proves that the first trees and plants on land evolved from the ocean

***EXCLUSIVE*** The micro-fossils, barely the size of a flea, were found imprinted in rock taken from a dried-up seabed near the city of Dalian in northern China. The ancient algae could be related to the ancestors of the earliest land plants and trees that grew 450 million years ago, according to the authors of a new study. Study author Professor Shuhai Xiao said the green seaweed is the oldest ever found, surpassing the previous record by 200 million years.