"I just hope other women considering surrogacy can learn from my story. And that a greater good will come out of this nightmare."
A transgender man is suing a California barbershop for denying him a haircut, the second instance of alleged gender discrimination by a barber just this month.
When Molly Sims gets excited, she moves her arms rapidly. Everything about Sims is slightly exaggerated, from her deep, hazel eyes (they look greener, in person) to the first knuckle on her ring finger, long enough to hold three substantial pieces: a massive cushion-cut diamond engagement ring by Lorraine Schwartz and two Ivy Diamond Cole gold bands, with cutouts revealing the names of Sims’ children (son Brooks and daughter Scarlett). “Hi, I’m Molly,” she chirps, extending a long arm before releasing a torrent of compliments.
Tucked behind a gated alleyway in Presidio Heights, San Francisco, where affluent resident neighbors compost their single-origin coffee grinds in their multi-million dollar mansions. The entrance to Skin Remedy, located behind an alleyway in Presidio Heights. The Vermont native started her career in Los Angeles in 2004, but moved to San Francisco after realizing the Northern Californian emphasis on healthy living instead of aesthetics was better suited for herself.