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Stephanie Lucas And Cameron Robinett

How Strangers Helped A Woman Extract Sperm From Her Dead Fiancé

Stephanie Lucas, 22, was faced with the hardship of burying her fiancé, Cameron Robinett, 25, after he lost his life in a bad motorcycle accident. While his life was not saved, she was able to salvage what was left of their dreams and hopes for their future together. After discussing it with both her family, as well as Robinett's family, Lucas made the decision to extract the sperm from her dead fiancé and save it for a little later in life, when she is ready for motherhood. The sperm is good for a year from the date of the procedure.


This Just In: 82% Of Women Think Guys With THIS Look More Manly

Yes, the love affair with the beard has reached new heights with its hashtag (#BILF) that, on Instagram, will instantly bring you over 16,000 images of bearded boys in all their bearded glory. It may be Movember when mustaches are supposed to reign supreme in support of men's health awareness, but the love of the beard is keeping more guys' faces furry this month, and every month to come.

Taylor Swift from Blank Space video
Taylor Swift isn't quite as self-aware as she thinks she is.

Taylor Swift Tries Too Hard (And Rips Off Pink) In 'Blank Space'

  Taylor Swift is a thing that's going to keep happening. She keeps putting stuff out, and people make fun of her, but then a lot more people buy it. I don't know why. I seriously just don't get her appeal. It's not just because I'm not in her demographic, either.

woman yelling

Why You Go Into Attack Mode When A Woman Flirts With Your BF

A new study conducted by Michael Poulin, associate Professor at University of Buffalo found that it's natural for humans to exhibit aggressive behaviors if and when they need to protect their beloved. The catch is that this desire can be evoked without an actual sign of real danger. "It's not about anger or feeling personally threatened," explained Poulin. Just a simple threat to you or your loved ones' ego is enough to trigger this compassionate aggression.