Upgrade any one of the browsers below and it will make your internet life better - not just on Ranker, but everywhere!The Scientists Dating Forum (Sci DF) would like to invite you to join a very special Sci [email protected] event to to commemorate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which is on 11 February: “Women and science: past, present, future” or “Mujeres en la ciencia: pásado, presente, futuro”.When: 7.30 pm Where: Arte Sants, Carrer Guadiana, 8 (Sants), 08014 Barcelona (Near Plaça de Sants Metro Station, L1 and L5).Event language: Spanish The role of women in science is becoming increasingly evident, but there still exists some difficult barriers to cross.Obsession, because you want to let the past be the past, but only after your own morbidly detailed investigation — and because you stubbornly refuse to be rejected and overlooked for the purity which you’ve guarded so diligently.The reflex reaction of the insecure is to quantify oneself, especially physically: to rush to numbers for security, to resort to inches to feel worthy, to run to the scale to feel loveable.Before they were officially a couple -- but months after they had a rumored fling in April 2012 -- Swift wrote "I Knew You Were Trouble.,” from “Red,” about Styles.
(July 2012-October 2012) During an interview with Ryan Seacrest, Taylor explained that her single "Begin Again" is about, "When you've gotten through a really bad relationship and you finally dust yourself off." Coincidentally, the then 22-year-old was enamored with 18-year-old Conor Kennedy.Country pop darling Taylor Swift has certainly become known for writing songs about the ghosts of boyfriends past.Now fresh off of a breakup with One Direction's Harry Styles, it's time to play a familiar game: Which song is about Taylor's ex?The world of dating in America has changed dramatically over the last century.Some may argue that in today's society, it is nonexistent and has been replaced by what many young people refer to as "hooking up." With the advent of new technologies (e.g., cell phones, instant messaging, video chatting, etc.) and the changing definitions of traditional dating and families, "dating" has become a more open and self-interpreted institution over the century.