Progress and evolution

Further, says Kate (for the sake of having called the theory of scoffing enemy “Model Hugh Hefner,” or Playboy Mansion Model), where did you get that in the human population were fixed early mutation of female infertility? If so, when did this happen? Before or after general ancestor with chimpanzees?

If, after – it’s strange, because chimpanzees, too, is menopause. If yes, even stranger: ethologists unanimously indicate that male chimpanzees have something just prefer to mate with mature, experienced females that have already proven their evolutionary fitness and are more likely to raise healthy children.

Yes, and do not have any mutations that define the early infertility in women. If they arise, medics reproduktsionisty already would know all about them. But they do not appear, it seems. So, it seems, Canadian researchers still breccia nonsense.

At this point I like being male, unaccountably prigoryunilsya (yes, that’s it, and rush about life between feelings of guilt and a sense of worthlessness lonely, as if it were two different things.) But thanks to Kate, her feminine intuition, she realized that she can not finish the story on such a bad note. So in the end she listed a few facts that have given me a sense of the engine of progress and evolution. Here are the facts.

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Sara on Giovanna
I’m so happy when Giovanna asks my opinion about a shoot she’s styling. Likewise, I value hers – I’d change a bag if she says it should be different. Fashion is a bond between us; we share clothes – you can’t imagine what she has. People always stop her, wanting to take pictures of her outfits. Growing up, she was always the more extrovert dresser. I was classic – cashmere jumpers, polo shirts, very boring.

Like Giovanna, my first job was modelling. She was 17 and I was 16 when we first started working for Dolce & Gabbana. I was partying in the Bay, a fashion club in Milan, and I was spotted by them and ended up on their catwalk. But I only did it for a year because I hated it. So did Giovanna. It was boring; the best bit about it was working with her. I left to work as a designer at an accessories house in Florence for five years before setting up my own handbag label. I have one employee who works with me in the studio downstairs in my house in Milan, which I used to share with Giovanna. I was so sad when she moved to New York two years ago. I went over to surprise her last Hallowe’en. She was at home, and I walked in with Vlad [Roitfeld, the son of Carine Roitfeld, and Giovanna’s boyfriend], who was like, ‘Look what I found on the street!’ She was jumping around, she was so happy.

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