‘Fortune’ magazine has published their “annual ranking of the most influential young people in business”, titled ‘40 UNDER 40’, and a young, female, Jewish professional has made it to the list.
You too can look like a Kardashian or an Instagram star — for a fraction of the price.
“She did it to so that people can understand that it’s possible to live together,” Miss Israel said.
“The worst was someone who wrote ‘Hitler forgot about her and her family.’”
The Lebanese beauty queen went to Israel using a foreign passport during an academic trip last year.
When I look back at my childhood, one thing overwhelms everything else: the shame, hatred, and disgust that I had about the size of my body.
A reference to the (purported) lack of makeup of a woman who isn’t young and famous specifically for her beauty is, let’s get real here, an insult.
The Jewish queen of beauty, Helena Rubinstein, had many secrets. The biggest one is that she wanted to change the world.
Khaye Rubinstein, a Polish-born Jew, founded Helena Rubinstein cosmetics. She was considered the first self-made female millionaire.
Would you rather be beautiful and stupid or ugly and brilliant? Think about it for a moment.