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Milfs Vs Young Boys


Throughout the series, viewers will watch the women attempt to make a lasting connection with single men who happen to be younger than them. Potential couples will face challenges each episode that will prove whether or not their connection is genuine.




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SoYoung lives just outside of New Orleans and has always preferred younger men. After working for years as a hairstylist, she became a surgical nurse specializing in heart surgery! Although she hasn't been in a relationship for a while, there's no time like the present. She also enjoys being the dominant one in her relationships.


This Jersey mom moved to Los Angeles for a fresh start. She works in the hospitality industry and her favorite thing to do is to sit at the beach and tan. She's leaving her toxic marriage behind and she's excited to date younger and have a good time.


"MILF Manor" wants you to think it's a show about destigmatizing relationships between older women and younger men. But it's actually a show about young men and their mothers being forced to recognize each other as sexual beings in the most uncomfortable ways possible.


The initial introduction between mothers and sons is awkward enough, with plenty of stilted flirting, jokes about both a mother and her son calling another young man "Daddy," and embarrassed and embarrassing reactions. But "MILF Manor" proves that you can always dive deeper into the pits of almost-but-not-quite-incestuous hell, revealing that the mother-son-duos will share a room and therefore have to either negotiate with or navigate around their family members for any bedroom-based encounters.


Here are a few other things that happen in the first episode of "MILF Manor": Mom Kelle flaunts her flirtation with Pola's son Jose in front of his mother on the beach. Kelle's son Joey, a 20-year-old and youngest of the bunch, whines when she brings Shannan's son Ryan back to their shared bedroom on the first night, crowds him out of the room, and complains that he's "cockblocking" her. In another memorable bar conversation, Joey swallows loudly in horror after Kelle puts her arm around Ryan and tells her son, "This is your dad."


Later in the episode, Soyoung's son Jimmy waxes poetic for 20 seconds in a confessional about how much he wants to oil up and massage Pola's feet, fantasizing about painting and subsequently sucking on her toes. To give Jimmy credit, he seems to be the man the most willing to lean in, telling April J.'s son Gabriel that they "can't be vanilla, we got, like, moms here" before asking Pola out on a paddleboard date.


When the series was announced back in December, it was advertised as a dating show for older women, ranging from 40 to 60 years old, dating a group of younger men. What they didn't mention, was that the younger men would be... their sons. Take a look:


The moms who signed up were shook when they realised that the eligible young bachelors joining them in their plush Mexican villa would be each other's sons - but none of them were as horrified as the viewers at home.


COTABATO, 6 October 2008 (IRIN) - Bai Albaya Wampa inspects some colourful scarves and wonders if they will be good enough to export. Wampa is chairwoman and founder of the Al Jamelah Organisation, a cooperative that seeks to empower women who were once immersed in conflict by employing them as weavers of traditional scarves and other clothing, mostly sold on the international market. The majority of Al Jamelah members were formerly with the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). The MNLF was founded in the early 1970s and fought a long, brutal war with the military in a bid to form an independent Islamic state on Mindanao, a mineral-rich island historically claimed by the Moros, the local Muslims. Once the country's main Muslim separatist group, the MNLF signed a peace agreement with Manila in 1996. "When the MNLF signed a peace deal, we found ourselves with nothing to do. Some of my friends were widows of MNLF fighters, while others, like myself, had been active in the organisation," said Wampa, who used to head the MNLF's provincial propaganda committee in charge of "selling the war to the people". Under the peace deal, many MNLF fighters were integrated into the police and armed forces, while many more were forced to surrender their firearms to live as ordinary farmers in impoverished hamlets that fell under a Muslim autonomous area. "Life was hard. It was difficult for many," Wampa told IRIN. With a few thousand pesos from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Wampa and a handful of friends in 1997 rented a small house on the outskirts of Cotabato city and began making scarves and batik fabric that sold for about US$6. The project now earns enough money to sustain itself and employs 56 women. "On good days, these women earn between 150 and 300 pesos a day [$3-$6]," said Wampa, whose brother Datu Og was among the key commanders of the MNLF until the peace treaty was signed. "It is through these projects that we can help stop this war," Wampa said. "If people have livelihoods, the war won't go on," She was referring to the on-going conflict between the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), a militant splinter faction of the MNLF, which is engaged in intense fighting with government forces on Mindanao Island. For weaver Hainon Baraguir, the war for a Muslim homeland has only caused her grief. She looks older than her 32 years, and with five young children to feed, no longer considers rebellion. "We are poor. We have children to feed. I am glad I have found solace in this place and a little money of my own," said Baraguir, whose husband was an MNLF fighter when the peace deal was signed over a decade ago. "He lost his youth to the cause," she said, adding that he is unemployed. "Now he has nothing to show for the experience. He has only his family. "My hope is that, one day, this cooperative becomes very successful so we can have comfortable lives and my children can eat three times a day," she said. jg/bj/mw 041b061a72


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