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Dear diary: I spent my summer wearing my darker skin, a Buffie demo courtesy of Angel Rocks. I'm still trying to decide if I should actually pay for it or hold out a little longer. Here, only the skin on my face is of the Angel Rock product, but I assure you, the body skin looks nice too!
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In 2004, while in Baltimore, Maryland, Carruth met a photographer at a club. She hired him to do a swimsuit photo shoot at her hotel, intending the photos as a gift for her boyfriend. However, without her knowledge or consent, the photographer posted the pictures online. The photographer then sent her links to the different websites where the pictures were featured. In February 2004, the pictures were posted on a Yahoo group, and within a week 20,000 people signed up to view them. Carruth was subsequently contacted by The Core DJ's Worldwide founder, DJ Tony Neal to promote her as a new model/video vixen and he made an introduction to rapper Tony Yayo.
Carruth has worked on a hip-hop talk show based in Atlanta. In 2007, she appeared on The Tyra Banks Show discussing her body's transformation. In June 2008, she shot a pilot for a reality show with Vida Guerra.
By the year, 2001, she had started gaining weight. By 2004, she had met a photographer at on club and hired him for doing a swimsuit photo shoot and intended that the photos would be a gift for her boyfriend. The photographer, however, posted these pictures online and also sent her links to the different websites where the pictures had been featured.
Pluto PUFF body pillow was a coveted Good Housekeeping Bedding Awards 2022 winner, impressing both Lab analysts and testers with its fluffy down-alternative fill for a soft, snuggly feel. Testers appreciated that the fill wasn't overstuffed, so you could easily adjust it as you move during the night. The cool-to-the-touch cover was popular among hot sleepers. One tester raved that as "a longtime body pillow user, this one is well constructed," and she liked that this pillow is heavier than others at 12 pounds, saying it almost felt like a weighted blanket. After multiple wash cycles, though, GH analysts did notice some signs of wear on the cover.
While most body pillows are the same thickness throughout, this Casper body pillow is thicker on top and thinner on the bottom to be the ideal shape to hug while sleeping on your side. "As a side sleeper, I really felt an improvement in my posture while sleeping with this pillow," said one tester. GH analysts appreciated that the cover was easy to take on and off and showed no signs of wear after laundering. Note that because of this pillow's unique shape, you cannot use a different cover for it.
If you prefer a firmer pillow without the feeling of memory foam, this body pillow from Parachute is ideal at a pretty affordable price point. One tester said she liked that the down alternative polyester saying, "the filling of the pillow molded to my body and then returned its shape when I woke up." GH pros love that the brand offers a chic linen body pillow cover, making this a great style to use on your bed or couch. Testers gave it high marks for support and maintaining its shape, but felt that it ran hot compared to other body pillows they've used.
If most body pillows you've tried are too short, this extra long body pillow from Buffy has a unique, skinny shape, so you can use it in a variety of ways: behind your neck, between your legs, under your knees, etc. This pick comes with a washable removable cover, but the brand also offers stylish Sherpa covers too. Both styles washed beautifully in our Lab evaluations. One tester said, "I'm almost 6 feet tall, and it was long enough for me to hug between my arms and wrap between my legs. I was impressed!" Because of its long size, GH analysts found the cover tougher to get back on the pillow after washing.
A hot sleeper's best defense against overheating at night is to outfit their bed with cooling bedding like cooling sheets, cooling comforters and cooling pillows. This cooling body pillow from Sleep Number uses a cool-to-the-touch outer material made with polyethylene and polyester, which proved to be moisture wicking in our moisture management tester in Lab. One tester liked that this pillow was longer than her previous body pillow, so she could put her legs around it when sleeping. The pillow comes with a very lightweight, breathable polyester case that testers reported was easy to wash. The case was easy to put on the pillow because of its extra-long zipper around three of the sides.
If you have back pain, this body pillow was specifically designed to help alleviate it. This J-shaped body pillow from MedCline has a memory foam fill for a firm, supportive feel. It offers more full-body support than other picks with testers giving high marks in that area. One tester said, "The arched shape is perfect to hug and place between my legs." The brand notes that it may have an initial smell out of the box that will dissipate with time. Testers found that it takes "a while for the smell to fade." The cover has a fuzzy feel that GH analysts found "a bit scratchy."
While most body pillows are tubular, this innovative pillow from Noble is triangle shaped. It's designed to go between your legs if you're a side sleeper and underneath them if you're a back sleeper. GH analysts were impressed with the brand's use of quality materials, including GOLS-certified latex, GOTS-certified wool and GOTS-certified cotton. Testers raved that they woke up without feeling sore, including pregnant users.
Gender recognition has many useful applications, ranging from business intelligence to image search and social activity analysis. Traditional research on gender recognition focuses on face images in a constrained environment. This paper proposes a method for gender recognition in articulatedhuman body images acquired from an unconstrained environment in the real world. A systematic study of some critical issues in body-based gender recognition, such as which body parts are informative, how many body parts are needed to combine together, and what representations are good for articulated body-based gender recognition, is also presented. This paper also pursues data fusion schemes and efficient feature dimensionality reduction based on the partial least squares estimation. Extensive experiments are performed on two unconstrained databases which have not been explored before for gender recognition.
Recently, some approaches, for example, [9, 10], showed that human bodies can be used for gender classification. Successful results are shown on pedestrian images where a manually drawn box containing a pedestrian is used globally for body information extraction.
The advantages of using body over face images for gender recognition include the following. (1) Image Resolution. When the face region has a low resolution, or is motion blurred, the facial features might not be usable for gender classification. However, the body image may still be useful for separating males from females. (2) Viewpoint Change. When the head pose is very different from frontal views, the face-based gender recognition might have low performance or even not be applicable. However, the body image can still be used. Even the back view of the body can be used for gender recognition [9, 10]. (3) Acquisition Distance. When the camera is far away from the person, the face image will not provide sufficient information for gender discrimination. However, the body image may still be usable. (4) Occlusion. When the facial part is occluded, the face image might not be used to extract gender information. However, the body image is still useful, even when some body parts are occluded.
However, in those pioneering approaches to gender recognition from body, for example, [9, 10], only the upright body images with the whole body appearance are investigated. The data typically used are pedestrian images, such as the MIT pedestrian database  which is a common database for pedestrian detection. One important requirement is that the whole body in upright appears in each image, as shown in Figure 1(b), and thus there is no need to worry about aligning the body images in matching. Features can be extracted from the whole body images and used to train a classifier.
In reality, human bodies may undergo various articulations, bending, rotations, movements, and interactions with objects. Furthermore, an articulated body may be viewed by a camera just partially in a typical image. All these realistic variations, as shown in Figure 1(c), make the body appearance change significantly. But human viewers can perceive gender from those articulated bodies without any difficulty. This motivates us to explore a computational method to recognize gender from the articulated body. It is certainly a great challenge. Please note that some of the example images in Figure 1(c) have no face (a back view) or heavily occluded faces, but human viewers can still perceive the gender. So we believe that some cues from the body other than the face are used by humans to recognize gender. 153554b96e