Known as home to many hi-tech companies, the San Francisco Bay Area city of Mountain View now has another distinction to be very proud of. Their city’s (probably the country’s and maybe the world’s) first all-female fire crew.
This 2012 interview with retired dominatrix and advocate for sex workers’ rights, Terri-Jean Bedford, was conducted by Tom Heckbert for the now-defunct website Eyestrane.com. It’s been republished at Idol Features courtesy of Tom.
In an effort to get Korean businessmen more motivated and excited about learning English, a few online companies have popped up within the last couple of years, offering English lessons taught by beautiful young ladies.
Above is Taiwanese yoga instructor, know as Yoga Goddess Yan, opening up the July 6th CPBL game at Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium between the Brother Elephants and Lamigo Monkeys (yes really, I did not make
I’ve spoken with many ladies who’ve taken detours from show biz-related careers to pursue fields that offer more job security. Although the career path Billie Sherman has chosen, may not be a popular one, it’s
Called “doumi,” in Korea (Korean word for “helper”), these ladies have been a common sight on city sidewalks and in stores of South Korea since the early 1990s, dancing to pulsating music while promoting grand openings, special events, or sales.
Rather than having automatic traffic lights in larger cities in North Korea, they employ attractive and immaculately uniformed female traffic wardens at main intersections, who direct what little traffic there is with military-like precision.