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How To: Do a Wheel Thru (Facing Couples) square dance step

Square dancing, a fun American pastime! Learn square dance steps with this instructional animation. Fun fact about square dancing: 19 U.S. States deem it their official dance. Square dance is a folk dance with roots in Europe, eventually spreading to the states & becoming more of an iconic dance there. Square dancing consists of 4 couples arranged in a square formation. This square dance lesson is clear and to the point. Search "square dance instructional animation" on Wonderhowto for more sq...

How To: Spot a fake Coach bag

This video provides tips on how to determine whether your Coach purse (or bag) is a fake. In order to spot a fake Coach purse, you have to look at the details closely. If there is a fabric pattern on the front, make sure that the letter is clearly a “C”. If it looks more like an “O” or a “G”, then it is a fake.

How To: Make up with your girlfriend or boyfriend

This video offers relationship advice for fights with couples. In this case the creator, T Dubs, teaches us how to make up with our girlfriend or boyfriend after a break up or fight. He uses real life examples and past examples from his own life to do so. The first thing he tells us to do is agree with the breakup - to accept the situation and not be in denial. Denial only worsens the process and complicates things and keeps up from moving on and rectifying things.

How To: Practice nude beach etiquette

Is the proper term nudists or naturalists? Doesn't seem to be too much of a difference, because when it all boils down, they're both still butt-naked on the beach. Nude beaches are fascinating places for the adventurous spirit, but unless you’re an old-time nudist, you probably have questions about the proper way to behave on a nude beach. Well, we’ve got the answers.

News: HIV Prevention Ring Passes Safety Testing Clinical Trial

Young girls, especially those who live in areas where HIV is epidemic, like sub-Saharan Africa, are particularly vulnerable to becoming infected with HIV. A vaginal ring containing the antiviral agent dapivirine has been shown to decrease the chance of developing HIV-1 in adult women over 21 and now in the first step for use in adolescents, the ring has been shown to be safe and well-tolerated in that younger age group.

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