Draculaura is the daughter of the well-known Count Dracula. Draculaura is like her father, she is also a vampire and is afraid of sunlight therefore, walking in the afternoon, she always takes an umbrella with her. However, this is almost the only similarity, because she is an unusual vampire, because she is a vegetarian girl.
Angie Varona is one of the most recognized young sex symbols on the Internet, not because she is an aspiring model, or even asking for the attention, but because her private photo account was hacked four years ago. The year-old said her likeness has shown up on porn sites, humor sites and reddit. There are also numerous unauthorized Facebook profiles, Twitter accounts and YouTube channels, all claiming to be Varona -- one Facebook fan page has more than 41, likes.
Or sign in with one of these services. Mc is an anglicisation of Mac, which means son. Like many cultures, last names of Spanish origin are derived from family names, place names, descriptive names or names of occupations.
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If you have a teenage girl in your life -- or if you have ever been a teenage girl -- drop everything you are doing right now and read this excerpt from an amazing personal essay by writer Meghan Harper. Those girls, man. They take all that energy, all that circulating fire in their veins, and instead of letting it destroy them, they choose to love, ferociously.
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On today's show, we hear about the first trauma-informed charter school being developed in the state of Arkansas. The Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter is in the process of establishing a charter school that would cater especially to children who have experienced trauma. We learn more about the effort, which would become the first trauma-informed school in the state, and one of only a handful in the country.
This is the seventh installment of stories and photographs from I'll Show You Minea book by Wrenna Robertson and photographer Katie Huisman, and by all of the women featured in the book, collectively. To find out more about the book, Wrenna, and why we think this is such an important project, check out our interview with her here. Or, you can visit the website for the book to find out and more and get a copy for yourself. If you'd like to ask the person whose body and words are featured in each entry any questions or have a conversation with her, most of the subjects have agreed to make themselves available here in the comments for discussions with our readers.
But when it began to occur to us eight months into the pregnancy that this baby might be a girl, we were stumped for a name. Family names seem to create more problems than they solved, and so when we found a way to focus our search that we could both agree on, we were delighted. Our mission: To find a name that meant red.