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Poldark's Aidan Turner: 'I've never felt objectified'

Poldark's Aidan Turner: 'I've never felt objectified'

Entertainment
Aidan Turner has said he has "never felt objectified", despite the amount of attention he receives on Poldark.The actor, who is about to take on his first stage role in 10 years, found himself the subject of a national debate earlier this month.Or rather, his chest did.Writing in the Radio Times, Mariella Frostrup highlighted the apparent "double standards" when it came to female journalists and viewers openly lusting over Ross Poldark.Frostrup said this was something that would be highly criticised if the tables were turned, i.e. if a plethora of male journalists were to objectify a female star."I fear we are losing not only our sense of humour but our sense of proportion as we throw every act of perceived sexism into the #MeToo...
Manchester United FC news: Yaya Toure 'loves' Paul Pogba, but could never join Old Trafford outfit out of respect to City fans

Manchester United FC news: Yaya Toure 'loves' Paul Pogba, but could never join Old Trafford outfit out of respect to City fans

Sports
Paul Pogba and Yaya Toure Wednesday, May 23, 2018 Yaya Toure would love to be a mentor alongside Paul Pogba but believes Manchester City fans would not accept him joining Manchester United. Ivorian Toure is searching for a new club having ended his eight-year spell with City and wants to continue playing at a high level. The 35-year-old is a big admirer of United midfielder Pogba, who has faced regular criticism for inconsistent performances since his £89million move to Old Trafford from Juventus in 2016. And Toure believes he would be an ideal ally for the France international. "I love Paul Pogba," Toure told the Manchester Evening News. "Pogba - it's difficult because of the way the media has treated him. We don't have the same charac...
6 Things You Should NEVER Buy at a Grocery Store

6 Things You Should NEVER Buy at a Grocery Store

Health
There’s a right way to do your grocery shopping — and, almost by definition, a wrong way. In search of higher profits, supermarkets try to woo you with products that are more convenient, but also more expensive. These products include ready-made items that can be prepared much more cheaply at home, produce you’d be better off buying in its simplest form, and non-food items that are significantly less expensive at other retailers.I asked a couple of budget-minded bloggers to help me identify which supermarket offerings can blow your food budget — and then I ran the numbers myself. (To avoid having the results skewed by the high grocery prices in New York City, where most of MONEY’s staff lives, I used pricing from a Kroger supermarket in Mount Pleasant, Mich.)Here are the items to avoid.Pre
You’d Never Guess These Chocolate-Chia Popsicles Were Made With White Beans

You’d Never Guess These Chocolate-Chia Popsicles Were Made With White Beans

Health
The recipe is super simple, and packed with nutrients. I love creating recipes that include unexpected ingredients. That’s why I had so much fun developing and testing recipes for my newest book, Slim Down Now, which stars pulses. If you’re not familiar with word "pulses" in a culinary context, it’s the umbrella term for lentils, peas, chickpeas, and all types of beans. I love pulses because they’re naturally gluten-free, rarely a trigger when it comes to allergies or intolerances, and rich in nutrients (hello, protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants!).Pulses also have a long list of health perks: Studies suggest that eating them regularly may help curb cholesterol, protect against certain cancers, improve athletic performanc
Why You Should Never Order Drinks With Ice, Bartenders Say

Why You Should Never Order Drinks With Ice, Bartenders Say

Health
At your next company happy hour, you may want to consider ordering your mixed drinks “neat,” or at room temperature—without ice.Business Insider recently asked more than two dozen bartenders to “weigh in on what they’d love to tell customers but can’t.” Their response: Think twice about ice because it may be unclean.Of course, this is just anecdotal advice from a handful of mixologists. While some bars and restaurants may not rigorously clean their ice machines, others may do so.Here’s what you should keep in mind:Yes, in some cases ice has been found to be contaminated:Some studies and news stories over the past decade lend credibility to these bartenders’ warning about ice machines. In 2014, HuffPost spoke to two experts on ice and ice machine contamination. Three main issues were discus