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"ZOO and Danny Dyer condemn any violence against women.
Two of the rare orangutans — Sinta and Conny — were shown videos of available males to see if there was any interest in hopes of one day breeding, according to a statement from the Wilhelma Zoo in Stuttgart."The signs are positive," the zoo said after Sinta and Conny appeared to take a liking to a male named Gempa living 350 miles away in Belgium.
Ben Affleck might have a new leading lady in his life. They cited irreconcilable differences and are seeking joint physical and legal custody of their three young children, daughters Violet and Seraphina and son Samuel.
The "Justice League" star is rumored to be dating "Saturday Night Live" producer Lindsay Shookus, according to several reports out Friday. News, which was first with a report of the romance, the Oscar winner and Shookus are "in the early stages" of their relationship. It's early and they are taking it slow."Though Affleck and Shookus have not publicly addressed the relationship, People also reported the nascent coupling following a sighting of the two having dinner in Los Angeles on Thursday."They are spending time together in L. Lindsay is staying at Ben's new house,” a source told the magazine. Days after the filing, a report surfaced saying that Affleck was moving out of the family guesthouse and into a new home and that he was dating someone, though not seriously.
"Danny Dyer’s irresponsible and tasteless comments do nothing but reinforce these horrific attitudes.
Zoo was a British (and formerly an Australian and South African) lads' magazine published weekly by Bauer Media Group in the United Kingdom.Check it out.) This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.Paste: What sort of constructive dating advice, you've gotten from listeners and friends of Why Oh Why? Andrea Silenzi: I think the most important thing someone can do for their dating life is admit that it's going to take work.It was launched on 29 January 2004, and for a time was the UK's only men's weekly after the similar and rival magazine Nuts closed in April 2014.Zoo consisted of a mix of comedy news, sports commentary, photos of glamour models, jokes (of the pub joke style), an entertainments guide (covering TV, cinema, video/computer games and music), fashion/grooming and comical/rude pictures sent in by readers.