A woman in Dezhou, Northwestern china revealed her horrific injuries caused by her husband. The man bit his wife’s nose and swallowed it in anger after wife failed to pick the husband’s phone calls.
The women claimed that she could not answer the phone calls because she was too exhausted from working a night shift. Besides, the husband was calling in the early hours of the morning.
The act of being bare-breasted in public has been legal in New-York since 1992. However, these women’s goal is gender equality.
Female breasts have been bared across the world as part of an equality drive, with even driving New York’s iconic Times Square to a halt with the skin on show.
A man, who has just been fitted with a bionic ‘member’, after losing his own in a fatal road accident, revealed to Dailymail UK he kept his lack of manhood a secret from his wife.
Having lost his reproductive organ when he was run over by a car at age six, surgeons at University College London recently fitted him with an eight inch implant.
The device, which was made from the flesh of his arm, comes complete with ‘on’ and ‘off’ buttons to pump it up or deflate it.
A woman who has been harassed and called ‘Mini Me’ all her life because of her small size spent five years undergoing a painful procedure to make her three-and-a-half inches taller, according to the Daily Mirror.
Sanika Hussain from Bradford endured agonizing years of being mocked and tormented by her peers who called her names such as: ‘freak’ and ‘Mini me.’
Marriages for convenience are a common phenomenon in Tanzania. The practise is called nyumba ntobhu, which involves a traditional form of same-sex marriage. The two women share a bed as a couple, live together, and bear children in their union. They do everything a normal couple does except have sex.
In the Mara region, nyumba ntobhu allows older women to marry younger women in order to have children and assist in household chores. Women also say these types of marriages help them overcome problems of gender-based domestic violence.