Hilighting Burn victims in SA
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Every year a handful of celebrities bare some skin to highlight some cause. This year they decided to highlight burns, especially since burns leave permanent scars on the skin. The juxtapose between a celebrity taking off their clothes to a burn survivor is that feeling of total nakedness and everyone staring, along with the vulnerability that goes with it. Burns are not given enough light and focus and through the campaign they bring this burning issue to the viewers. At the same time it assists us to build awareness about burns, the prevention and the cause. And the biggest bonus is that Marie Claire South Africa have assisted Burn Foundation Southern Africa in raising funds! More pics and video click the ‘Keep reading’ thingy.
UFO cult backs clitoris restoration hospital
A UFO cult is backing Africa’s first clitoral restoration hospital in Burkina Faso. It will offer a controversial surgery to victims of female genital mutilation.
So it might seem strange for you to believe in what they believe in, but these guys are actually doing some good! Take a look.
Who are these people?
The beginnings of Raëlism are rooted in the claims of a French former automobile journalist and race car driver Claude Vorilhon. In his books The Book Which Tells the Truth (1974) and Extraterrestrials Took Me to their Planet (1975), Vorilhon alleges that he had alien encounters with beings who gave him knowledge of the origins of all major religions.
The movement traces its beginnings to a conference in Paris, France of two thousand people in 1974. From there, the MADECH organization was born. The name MADECH is a double acronym in the French language. The first stands for “Movement for the welcoming of the Elohim, creators of humanity”Keep reading →
Drinks all round in the brewing industry as beer tastes change
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