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Fake Calender Auditions – By entering your email address and clicking Subscribe, you agree to allow us to send you specific marketing messages from us and our advertising partners.You also agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. She said other women have shared their stories.

One of the women “came to tell me about her rape late in life, her suffering, and the healing she experienced through the program.” Another said, “His body was covered in metal and poly, severe beatings at home, and two years in the hospital.”

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Inspired by the movie, “Calendar Girls,” Smith told The Huffington Post that while her goal in creating the brand was to raise money for different families and showcase the beauty of older women, she didn’t expect it to be a way to be free.

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. the project became a model. If you are confident, without prejudice, do not be afraid of the mirror and feel the power of your beauty and youth – your feet will immediately touch the warm beach of the Maldives, and the best Playboy photographers will show your talent.

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Good luck with a professional shoot, a vacation in paradise and your photo on the cover of Playboy. Don’t miss this story and make your dreams come true now! Model Becky Moore, pictured above, told the launch party how she had “lived her whole life believing she was ugly.”

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His mother trained him from the age of five to be fat – “and fat means bad things.” Smith said that in a self-fulfilling prophecy, Moore became very overweight, eventually weighing more than 300 pounds at his 5’2″ frame. He had lost 130 pounds before the shooting. “Her calendar image was very

so beautiful, showing her REAL beauty, that she knew she wasn’t ugly, at 64, for the first time in her life, she felt rich,” Smith said.