Unseen images are from We're The Millers - where Jen plays a stripper. Are you surprised they went viral? Pictures of Jennifer Aniston that never made the final cut of We're The Millers have been leaked online - and surprise, surprise, they have gone viral. The sassy pictures of everyone's favourite Friend are from the stripping scene in the comedy - where Jen, who plays stripper rose Rose, slips into a racy outfit and dark bob. For the final cut year-old Jen said she wore two bras so everything would stay in place - but for these rehearsal scenes, she wasn't so careful. We can only think Jen never thought these pictures would see the light of day
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Transgender teens Claire, Devon, Arin and Katie have set out to expose the harsh reality of modern, teen relationships. Appearing in a new BBC Three documentary , Young, Trans and Looking for Love, they let viewers see a glimpse of their lives as they struggle to find love. The doc shows the moment Claire, from Virginia, meets a guy that she likes, only to be rejected by him as soon as he finds out she was born a boy. In the video above, Claire takes to the beach in a bikini for the first time - having avoided the moment and a bikini since she transitioned to female nearly a year ago. With the help of her friends, she builds up courage to speak to boys, saying: "I'm excited as there are a lot of cute guys out there. As the bikini-wearers find out the intentions of the boys, asking of they're "cute", the keen boys instantly reply with comments like "most definitely" and "gorgeous". The boys, who were originally attracted to Claire, did not call after finding out that she is trans.
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W hen Maya Bernstein, 18, first became sexually active in high school, she was nervous. How would she know what to do? Especially, it seems, how things should look. The numbers shot up so quickly that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists ACOG issued new guidelines this month for doctors who perform labial and breast surgery. Among the recommendations: physicians are now encouraged to screen girls for body dysmorphic disorder, an obsession with an imagined or slight defect in appearance.