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Alwaysed: BODY2017 On Monday morning, ESPN debuted its 2017 Body Issue cover stars, NFL running back Zeke Elliott and Danish tennis champion Caroline Wozniacki. Their cover debuts came in the form of a GIF, posted on ESPN’s official Twitter account. Elliott’s cover, which shows the running back posing completely naked under splashing water holding a football, left many (male) Twitter users disturbed at seeing a man nude on the cover of a sports magazine:Notably, when Caroline Wozniacki’s cover was posted on Twitter, there was no outpouring of male revulsion and outrage (as seen in the tweets below). So...naked woman = good, naked man = disgusting? The contrasting reactions reveal a stark double standard when it comes to nudity ― even artful, athletic, partial nudity. It is still considered startling to many to see a naked man covering a magazine, when there are countless magazine covers that regularly feature naked women without public outcry. Plus, women, regardless of their sexual identity, are used to seeing other women naked on magazine covers ― from sports magazines like ESPN and Sports Illustrated, to the likes of Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone. Women’s bodies are nearly always considered fair game for public consumption and art. http:-www.huffingtonpost.com-entry-fragile-men-of-twitter-cannot-handle-espn-cover-stars-nude-photo_us_59529767e4b0da2c731ef1da
Alwaysed: BODY2017
On Monday morning, ESPN debuted its 2017 Body Issue cover stars, NFL running back Zeke Elliott and Danish tennis champion Caroline Wozniacki. Their cover debuts came in the form of a GIF, posted on ESPN’s official Twitter account. Elliott’s cover, which shows the running back posing completely naked under splashing water holding a football, left many (male) Twitter users disturbed at seeing a man nude on the cover of a sports magazine:Notably, when Caroline Wozniacki’s cover was posted on Twitter, there was no outpouring of male revulsion and outrage (as seen in the tweets below). So...naked woman = good, naked man = disgusting? The contrasting reactions reveal a stark double standard when it comes to nudity ― even artful, athletic, partial nudity. It is still considered startling to many to see a naked man covering a magazine, when there are countless magazine covers that regularly feature naked women without public outcry. Plus, women, regardless of their sexual identity, are used to seeing other women naked on magazine covers ― from sports magazines like ESPN and Sports Illustrated, to the likes of Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone. Women’s bodies are nearly always considered fair game for public consumption and art. http:-www.huffingtonpost.com-entry-fragile-men-of-twitter-cannot-handle-espn-cover-stars-nude-photo_us_59529767e4b0da2c731ef1da

On Monday morning, ESPN debuted its 2017 Body Issue cover stars, NFL running back Zeke Elliott and Danish tennis champion Caroline Woznia...

Alwaysed: 5 hrs A homeless man dragging around two overfilled trolley bags sat next to me at the train station and introduced himself as Olly. He reached into his pockets and insisted that I take the $50 in cash he just took out. After I kindly declined, I asked him, "Why are you handing me money? There are others more in need than me," to which he replied, "You looked unhappy and right now money is the only thing that spreads happiness. It is something everyone wants so l am giving it to them to spread happiness." I sat there in disbelief and asked how long Olly had been handing out money. He said, "I have been doing this for almost 40 years and I will keep doing it until I can't anymore." I was commending his sheer generosity when he cut me off to say that he, "didn't deserve any credit because generosity was something that shouldn't be praised but instead common practice." As my train pulled up i tried to again return his money but he told me to buy myself a warm meal or give it to someone else you believe needs it, "That money is your responsibility now, do good with it." He strung up his bags across his shoulders and shook my hand a firm goodbye I can only imagine what circumstances Olly had experienced to bring him to this point. It felt wrong to ask deeper questions about his past, but I regret that I didn't. I feel as though Olly had many lessons to teach I guess what Olly reminded me of was humanity; we should always be helping each other rather than solely ourselves. Acts of kindness should be a standard part of character, not something we do to expect something in return Right now, I am holding onto the $50 in cash I had received. I am still thinking about how incredible of a person Olly is to be doing this. How even though he is not in the most ideal of circumstances, he is still doing his best along his mission I will be donating this money to someone in need very soon, to spread kindness like him We should all remember to be a little more like Olly Like -Comment -Share
Alwaysed: 5 hrs
 A homeless man dragging around two overfilled trolley bags sat next to me
 at the train station and introduced himself as Olly. He reached into his
 pockets and insisted that I take the $50 in cash he just took out. After I kindly
 declined, I asked him, "Why are you handing me money? There are others
 more in need than me," to which he replied, "You looked unhappy and right
 now money is the only thing that spreads happiness. It is something
 everyone wants so l am giving it to them to spread happiness."
 I sat there in disbelief and asked how long Olly had been handing out
 money. He said, "I have been doing this for almost 40 years and I will keep
 doing it until I can't anymore." I was commending his sheer generosity when
 he cut me off to say that he, "didn't deserve any credit because generosity
 was something that shouldn't be praised but instead common practice."
 As my train pulled up i tried to again return his money but he told me to buy
 myself a warm meal or give it to someone else you believe needs it, "That
 money is your responsibility now, do good with it." He strung up his bags
 across his shoulders and shook my hand a firm goodbye
 I can only imagine what circumstances Olly had experienced to bring him to
 this point. It felt wrong to ask deeper questions about his past, but I regret
 that I didn't. I feel as though Olly had many lessons to teach
 I guess what Olly reminded me of was humanity; we should always be
 helping each other rather than solely ourselves. Acts of kindness should be a
 standard part of character, not something we do to expect something in
 return
 Right now, I am holding onto the $50 in cash I had received. I am still
 thinking about how incredible of a person Olly is to be doing this. How even
 though he is not in the most ideal of circumstances, he is still doing his best
 along his mission
 I will be donating this money to someone in need very soon, to spread
 kindness like him
 We should all remember to be a little more like Olly
 Like -Comment -Share