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This mum was dumped by her ex for being too 'fat' but after finding love and adopting a killer workout she is rocking a body that has men encouraging their wives to look like her too

***EXCLUSIVE*** HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA: Pharmacy technician and mum of four, Miriam Blanco (33), from Houston, Texas, USA, used to have very low self-esteem and hated how she looked. At 15st 8lb and UK size 18, Miriam had an ex-partner who told her that no one wanted to „end up with someone fat” and that she was „lucky” he stuck around but over time, their relationship eventually broke down and Miriam threw herself into raising her two eldest children. Miriam then met her current husband, Jordan (38), of 10 years and he loved her for who she was regardless of her weight. Despite this, Miriam did not feel good enough and she would often tell him she’d understand if he left her for someone else. She spent a lot of time wishing that she was thinner without working towards it but in September 2015 things changed for Miriam when she was involved in a car accident. Luckily, Miriam wasn’t seriously injured but she suffered from back pain days later which, after seeing a chiropractor for six months, didn’t improve. An MRI scan revealed Miriam had suffered a herniated disc and she was offered surgery that had a 50/50 chance of relieving the pain she was in. Not wanting to risk surgery or rely on pain relief medication, Jordan, who is a navy veteran, suggested that Miriam do some strength exercises to strengthen her back to see if she noticed any relief. Miriam soon fell in love with working out and healthy eating. She found that the weight melted away. Now, Miriam is a super svelte 10st 10lb and a UK size eight to 10, and she has no back pain. The busy mum is in the best shape of her life and says there are no excuses to achieving weight loss goals. She still works out everyday despite sometimes working 12 hour shifts as well as looking after the home - but people are surprised to learn that she still enjoys burgers, chips and pizza as a treat.

Meet the woman who charges men twenty-eight-pounds to rate their pecker and admits it's her most popular service

***EXCLUSIVE*** QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA: Sex educator and lifestyle coach, Lahnee Pavlovich (33), from Queensland, Australia, has always been interested in the connection between sex and the mind. Having been working in the coaching industry for three years, Lahnee is also studying towards her master’s degree in sexology. For Lahnee, no two sessions are the same as she switches from coaching young men in their late teens, to couples in their twenties, and to mums in their forties. Spending the day surrounded by „sex toys” and „d**k pics” isn’t that unusual. Whilst women are often most concerned with reigniting sexual desire after becoming a mother, men are eager to learn how to better pleasure their partners or prevent themselves from climaxing too early. Lahnee also educates her clients on consent, self-pleasure, boundaries, and finding comfort in intimacy or a kink. It’s not unusual for couples to want to discuss their fetishes in Lahnee’s sessions too. For Ł27.50 ($50), men can send Lahnee „d**ck pics” which she can then use to give advice on how to improve their sex positioning based on shape and size in a „Rate Your Rooster Report”. She also helps men to understand their anatomy and provides hygiene advice. Renowned amongst her friendship circle for her expertise, Lahnee has become the go-to person for sex advice. Outside of this however, Lahnee says not everyone is so certain about what her line of work entails. Lahnee typically coaches men aged between 18 and 40, women aged between 25 and 40, and couples in their twenties or thirties. Her line of work has not only enhanced the relationships and sex life of her clients, but also Lahnee’s own.

This footage capturing a TWO-YEAR-OLD boy surfing will blow your mind

***EXCLUSIVE*** BRAZIL: Unbelievable video showed two-year-old, Joao Vitor Braga surfing like a pro while showboating flashy hand symbols. Other photos revealed the surfing prodigy posing with his superhero icon Iron Man and hitting the waves in Sao Paulo state, Brazil. Joao Vitor Braga entertains over 32K followers on Instagram with his surfing skills. Proud stay-at-home mum, Camilla Chuquer Braga (39) from Guaruja, Brazil, runs her son’s account and posts to it daily. Older sister Maria Clara (6) is also featured on the popular account, but it was Joao Vitor who first broke the internet with a viral video of him surfing that garnered over 500,000 views.

Trolls bombarded this woman with hate and even wished CANCER on her after she shared her semi-nude plus sized pictures online

***EXCLUSIVE*** AUSTRALIA: Nursing assistant, Ashleigh Atkins (24) from the Blue Mountains, Australia, says that the hate she received after starting a „fat positive” TikTok account was so severe that she decided to quit social media three times this year as the vitriol was quickly ruining her life. The 16st 7, size 20 model who frequently posts nude or semi-nude images from her photoshoots on Instagram, first got into modelling at the age of 19. Since then she has amassed a following of well over 100K on Instagram. She says that the majority of her followers are wonderful people who comment on her pictures telling her that she has inspired them to love their own bodies. However, a select few trolls have caused Ashleigh intense stress and anxiety, commenting that she is too fat, damaging her health and that her stomach is disgusting. But after a few months offline, Ashleigh is keener than ever to show that a person’s size or shape doesn’t determine their value. She says that modelling has allowed her to feel empowered and the anonymous voices of a few mean spirited individuals isn’t going to stop her from doing what she loves.

The finalists of the Focus for Survival wildlife photography competition have been announced

***EXCLUSIVE*** UK: In one image titled „Ghost Elephant Meeting” British photographer, Emma Ford (30) captured the moment two elephants coated in white mud wrapped their trunks around one another at Etosha National Park, Namibia. In another titled „Basking in the Glitter Path”. Somerset-based photographer, Jason Parnell-Brookes (30) photographed two puffins watching the sunset on Grimsey Island, Iceland. Organised by UK conservation charity, Explorers Against Extinction, the „Focus for Survival” photography competition challenges photographers to capture species and wild spaces that are under threat. In doing so, the competition hopes to raise awareness on issues surrounding conservation whilst also raising funds to put towards the matter. Receiving hundreds of entries from all over the world, a judging panel has whittled this down, naming the 26 finalists. „We received many memorable images from all around the world. Each tells a troubling narrative of the twenty-first century” Sara White, trustee, said. „Each image represents a place of species under threat due to human activity – helping to tell a storry of habitat loss, population fragmentation, persecution, pollution, or population decline.”

The finalists of the Focus for Survival wildlife photography competition have been announced

***EXCLUSIVE*** UK: In one image titled „Ghost Elephant Meeting” British photographer, Emma Ford (30) captured the moment two elephants coated in white mud wrapped their trunks around one another at Etosha National Park, Namibia. In another titled „Basking in the Glitter Path”. Somerset-based photographer, Jason Parnell-Brookes (30) photographed two puffins watching the sunset on Grimsey Island, Iceland. Organised by UK conservation charity, Explorers Against Extinction, the „Focus for Survival” photography competition challenges photographers to capture species and wild spaces that are under threat. In doing so, the competition hopes to raise awareness on issues surrounding conservation whilst also raising funds to put towards the matter. Receiving hundreds of entries from all over the world, a judging panel has whittled this down, naming the 26 finalists. „We received many memorable images from all around the world. Each tells a troubling narrative of the twenty-first century” Sara White, trustee, said. „Each image represents a place of species under threat due to human activity – helping to tell a storry of habitat loss, population fragmentation, persecution, pollution, or population decline.”

The finalists of the Focus for Survival wildlife photography competition have been announced

***EXCLUSIVE*** UK: In one image titled „Ghost Elephant Meeting” British photographer, Emma Ford (30) captured the moment two elephants coated in white mud wrapped their trunks around one another at Etosha National Park, Namibia. In another titled „Basking in the Glitter Path”. Somerset-based photographer, Jason Parnell-Brookes (30) photographed two puffins watching the sunset on Grimsey Island, Iceland. Organised by UK conservation charity, Explorers Against Extinction, the „Focus for Survival” photography competition challenges photographers to capture species and wild spaces that are under threat. In doing so, the competition hopes to raise awareness on issues surrounding conservation whilst also raising funds to put towards the matter. Receiving hundreds of entries from all over the world, a judging panel has whittled this down, naming the 26 finalists. „We received many memorable images from all around the world. Each tells a troubling narrative of the twenty-first century” Sara White, trustee, said. „Each image represents a place of species under threat due to human activity – helping to tell a storry of habitat loss, population fragmentation, persecution, pollution, or population decline.”

A man has devoted his spare time to visiting and rating public benches around the UK - but he is yet to find a 10/10

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sam Wilmot, 23, has visited hundreds of benches and gives them a score after rating them based on comfort, design, location, and view - amongst other criteria. He has reviewed nearly 200 benches so far - but despite that he's yet to give a perfect score. All the images on his Instagram page, @ratethisbench, show Sam, from Yate, Bristol, looking sternly at the camera as he assesses where he's sitting.

A talented young writer has received rave reviews after publishing his first novel - aged ELEVEN

***EXCLUSIVE*** Chris Chindah finished writing his debut children's book, Hydro The Swimmer, in just a month. It is a planned trilogy and he is already putting the finishing touches on the second instalment. The 92-page story has a five-star rating on Amazon and topped its bestseller chart for children's books in its first 24 hours.

These adorable five-ounce owls blend in with this tree so much that you might just miss them

***EXCLUSIVE*** INDIA: One cosy looking picture showed two adult owls as they snuggled up in a ten-inch tree hole 25-feet-high. Another image captured two more owls that had perfectly slotted themselves between two branches. The Indian scops owls were snapped by wildlife photographer, Sarosh Lodhi (47) from Nagpur, India, with Nikon cameras. The sleepy birds of prey were spotted at the border of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, India. Sarosh was 32-feet away from the birds who have a seven-and-a-half-inch wingspan.

Asylum Lottery

ASYLUM LOTTERY by ZUMA Press Newspaper San Diego Union Tribune photographer Nelvin C. Cepeda together with reporters Kate Morrissey and Lauryn Schroeder worked together multi-part series that explores the asylum system and whether it is working the way it was intended. The administration has already remade much of the asylum system, claiming it is rife with abuse and overwhelmed with undeserving claims. Its policies include making asylum-seekers wait in Mexico while their claims are heard in U.S. court and denying asylum to anyone on the Mexican border who passes through another country on the way to the U.S. without first seeking protection there. An asylum seeker's chances at protection hinge on numerous factors that often seem arbitrary, from location to nationality to individual judge assigned, according to a Union-Tribune analysis of immigration court records. For the world's most vulnerable, protection in the United States has all but disappeared.