A company in Japan has invented "crotch charms" that beachgoers can pair with swimsuits , and they may not be on your list of things to try before the end of summer. According to Mashable , the BoDiva "Beachtail" is a small metal chain that hooks around your bikini bottoms and allows four decorative charm chains to hang down from your crotch. It looks like a necklace, but instead of wearing it around your neck you can wrap it around your underwear or bikini bottoms, letting it dangle under your butt. It's made with rhodium silver-plated metal chain and Swarovski crystals, and comes in a variety of different colors. This is just the latest in a long line of "trendy" ideas for jazzing up your vagina, and it's just as eye roll—inducing as its predecessors. In the same way you shouldn't be highlighting your vulva or decorating your pubic hair with glitter , you probably shouldn't be putting a dangling metal object down there either.
Target's Latest Photoshop Fail Looks Pretty Painful (UPDATED)
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American bargain fashion store, Target has come under fire for an appalling use of photoshop on one of their female models. Not only that, some of the girl's left arm also appears to be missing, as well as the left side of her stomach. Further down, on her right, her hand also appears to be a little mangled. When you first look at the image albeit from a distance the disaster doesn't seem so obvious, but on closer inspection, the more we can't believe they actually uploaded such a ridiculous image. More worryingly, it's clear that they've been using photoshop to shave off parts of this girl's body to make her appear thinner than she already is, which is worrying when you consider this product is being marketed to teenage girls. This isn't the first time the popular store has come under fire for its promotion of its products online. Last year, the website advertised a regular-sized, grey maxi dress as being 'Dark Heather Grey', whereas the same dress but plus size was described as being 'Manatee Grey'.
Outrage as Target photoshops teen to give her a thigh gap
UPDATE: Target has issued a response to the backlash and criticism it received when they published photos to their website of extremely photoshopped teenage girls. The statement reads: "In response to your query about the swimsuit image on Target. Asked how the mistake occurred, "It was the result of a photo editing error on our part.
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