How-tos on prepping your social presence for when your employer checks it.Entire companies, even, devoted to sprucing up your profiles — for an outrageous fee, of course.
Hopefully future research can establish whether that observation holds among young men, as well; based on the gleeful, eviscerating tone of blogs like this one, we’re inclined to say yes.
Maybe you never heeded your mother when she asked you to plz take those beach pics down — but if you want to be taken seriously, at least consider listening to your peers.
This week, Justin Timberlake released his first music since 2013 and we also discovered that he'd be performing at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.
She's still pretty hot today, but it's tough to compete with the 2009 version of herself, especially after putting on all of that baby weight.
Regardless, adding the extra lbs post-pregnancy was for the sake of North and Saint West, so it was totally worth it. Besides, they can carry on the sexy family tradition when they get older, so Kim can live vicariously through them. Plenty of people would be psyched to have that body for just one day, and she's had it for years. One day you'll be looking back to 2016 wishing you looked as good as you do now.
There is, it seems, no shortage of career advice for professional ladies trying to get ahead at work. They make you look way less competent — at least to your female peers.
Now a psychologist at Oregon State University has a new maxim for working women: Quit it with the sexy selfies already.
That finding/vindication of everything your mother ever told you comes from a study published Monday in the journal “Psychology of Popular Media Culture.” In the study, then-OSU psychologist Elizabeth Daniels — now at the University of Colorado — asked 58 girls aged 13 to 18 and 60 young adult women aged 17 to 25 to answer a series of questions about a 20-year-old woman’s Facebook profile.
Half the participants got a profile with a sexy picture; the other half got the same profile of the same woman, but with a different — more chaste! Participants across the board gave the unsexy profile higher marks — in physical attractiveness, social attractiveness competence (a.k.a., the ability to “get a job done.”) Ruled Daniels, the psychologist, “We really need to help youth understand this is a very public forum.” But that actually seems like the least salient takeaway from Daniels’s research.