The Economist -December 8-14, 2018

“The way people dress has changed,” says Serena Rees is a stalwart of the industry.… “People don’t want boobs up under their chin or things pressed or pushed in.”

Lingerie fashion change has set this test:
Can Victoria’s Secret stay abreast?


The Wall Street Journal – September 20, 2018

It should come as no surprise that modest fashion has an increasing following of non- Muslim buyers, women who are no longer wish to let it all hang out.

Has T&A‬
‪Had its day?‬


The Wall Street Journal  – May 15, 2018

Disenchanted or just plain turned off online dating, people are finding love and romance in other corners of the Internet. Platforms designed for networking, gaming, blogging, answering questions and even making lists are doing unintended double duty a matchmakers.

In the dater’s web world
Those who wish to commune
Meet “on the same page,”
(Hope “they’re playing our tune.”)


The Wall Street Journal – March 28, 2018

Employees say managers discouraged complaints or looked the other way.

“Sleazy behavior” – what’s in back of it?
“Culture,” or more likely the LACK of it.


Yahoo News – July 14, 2017

It’s no secret that cheeky bikini bottoms are in right now. It’s also no secret that many are wearing a regular-cut bikini bottom and scrunching it up into cheeky territory. A controversy broke out on Twitter recently about the surge of women who are trying to be a part of the cheeky bikini trend by pulling their bottoms up themselves.

With buns exposed for all to peek,
It’s hard to “turn the other cheek.”‬