Grab a cool beverage and lean back—everything you need to know is right here.What Happened: Barbie has a new Ken doll to hang out with."I think people are getting so confused by all the options that they are looking for someone to help them."While no data tracks the growth of the human matchmaking trade, Paul Oyer, a Stanford University business school professor, said he wouldn't be surprised if it is on the upswing.As income inequality deepens, there are more well-off people who can afford personalized services, from day care to dog care to date-arranging, he said.This legislation is a rewrite of the House's bill, which President Donald Trump called "mean" in a meeting.
Valeria Lukyanova, 31, from Odessa, said those who are not naturally beautiful should always wear make-up when they leave the house, explaining that she thought an unkempt appearance was a reflection of 'inner ugliness'.
In fact, she has many of them, and the internet is Happened: After more than half a century of being the same beefcake—well, almost—Barbie's boytoy Ken got numerous makeovers this week, with the release of 15 new designs for the character that mix race and style in an attempt to make Ken more appealing to customers.
Unfortunately, one new Ken doll in particular caught the attention of Twitter—and not in a good way.
While online dating has shed much of its stigma as it becomes the norm, people tend to be more shy about publicly discussing their matchmaking experiences.
Several people interviewed for this article asked not to be identified by their full names to keep that personal detail out of the public realm....