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Swedish Teen Model ((EXCLUSIVE))

Julia was just a typical Gävle teen before the competition, a girl with a pet rabbit who played ice hockey for years until she broke her arm. She loves her two horses. But Julia, who is a statuesque 1m79 tall (5 ft, 9 inches), may find things changing a bit when she becomes a professional model.

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Frida Maria Fornander (born 4 July 1995) is a Swedish model and beauty pageant titleholder. She was crowned Miss Earth Sweden 2014, and competed in Miss Earth 2014.[1][2] Later, she also won Miss Universe Sweden 2017 and competed in Miss Universe 2017.

Prior to competing in Miss Earth, Fornander had already won the titles of Miss Teenager Sweden 2011 and Miss Teen Model Universe 2012.[3][4][5] Fornander has been working as an international model since 2011.

Eva Birgitta Andersson-Dubin (born 1961) is a Swedish physician. She is also the founder of the Dubin Breast Center at the Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.[2] She is married to hedge fund billionaire Glenn Dubin. She worked as a model and won the Miss Sweden contest in 1980.

Born in Sweden, she earned a high school diploma from Östraboskolan (Östrabo school) where she graduated first in her class, concentrating in mathematics and physics. After graduating, she pursued a career in modeling and in 1980 was named Miss Sweden and placed fourth runner up in the Miss Universe contest. She attended Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm for three and a half years and then transferred to UCLA's School of Medicine where she earned her MD in 1989.[1] She then completed her residency in internal medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York in 1990.[1]

Gerard W. Ford, who founded and ran Ford Models with his wife Eileen Ford, discovered Eva Andersson while she was walking down the street in New York City. Jerry Ford took Eva Andersson to meet Eileen Ford and Andersson became a Ford Model.[1] In the 1970s, Eileen Ford the American model agency executive and co-founder of Ford Models described Eva Andersson-Dubin's legs on her modeling card as: "excellent".[1] Later, Eva Andersson was entered into the Miss Sweden contest without her knowledge, and won Miss Sweden 1980.[3]

In the early 1990s, Eva Andersson was seen by her future husband Glenn Dubin for the first time via a modeling photo in the New York Post's Page Six section.[1]The couple has three children, Celina, Maya and Jordan.

Kelly Olivia Gale[2] (born 14 May 1995) is a Swedish model of Indian and Australian descent.[3] Gale is known globally for her work for Victoria's Secret, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and Playboy, as well as being featured in the music video of "Duele el Corazón" by Enrique Iglesias.

At age 13, she was discovered by a model agent outside a coffee shop in Gothenburg.[12] Initially, Gale's parents were opposed to her working as a model but she eventually started modeling one year later.[13] One of her first modelling jobs was for H&M.[14]

The teenage fertility rate fell precipitately in Sweden after 1966 and is now one of the lowest in Europe. This decline can be seen in the context of major reforms enacted in 1975 whereby the school sex-education curriculum was revised, contraceptive services were improved, and abortion was provided free and on demand. By means of microsimulation, the possible roles of contraception and induced abortion in causing teenage fertility to fall are examined. Before 1975, the decline appears to have been caused primarily by an increase in the number of induced abortions. After that date, however, an increase in the use of highly efficient methods of contraception led to a decline in the pregnancy rate in such a way that, even though the proportion of teenagers who sought abortion increased, the abortion rate declined. Parallels are drawn with the experience of other European countries, and contrasts with that of the United States, where no such developments have occurred, are noted.

PIP: This study examines the role of contraception and induced abortion in causing teenage fertility to fall in Sweden. The data used were drawn from the 1992 Swedish Family Survey, which sought event-history data from more than 3000 women born variously in 1949, 1954, 1956, 1964, and 1969. From these studies, it was found out that in the middle of 1970s, three interrelated changes occurred. First, the school sex education curriculum was revised in 1975; it no longer recommended abstinence among the youth, nor did it emphasize that sexual activity should take place only within marriage. Second, the abortion law was revised in 1975 to allow abortion on demand without charge. The pervasive fear was that relaxation of the law would lead to abortion's being used as a substitute for contraception. Third, the revision of the school sex-education curriculum, therefore, was accompanied by explicit contraceptive education, and special youth clinics were instituted to provide free contraceptives to young people. Due to the major reforms enacted in 1975, pregnancy rate declined primarily by an increase in the number of induced abortion. But after 1975, the decline was due to increased use of highly efficient contraceptive methods, which also caused the decline in the abortion rate.

Volvo Car Group, which has come to symbolize Swedish durability since its founding in 1927, is sticking to its Scandinavian roots with its first model since being acquired by Chinese owners four years ago.

The Wisconsin bill echoes similar "critical infrastructure protection" model bills pushed out by the American Legislative Exchange Council and the Council of State Governments over the last two years.

The findings illustrate how environmental issues have become more important to the public and to policymakers, particularly after campaigning efforts from the likes of Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg and the Extinction Rebellion group . Evidence of a man-made climate emergency is piling up, from the wildfires in Australia to heatwaves that made 2019 the second-warmest year ever recorded on Earth and the past decade as a whole the hottest.

The pressure to turn things around doesn't just lie with government leaders. Company executives are also facing calls to change their business models to set aside anything that might worsen climate change.

One of the biggest Instagram influencers in the world is a woman named Alexis Ren. A former dancer and teen model, the 21-year-old Ren has garnered a net worth of around $3-million from her 12.7 million Instagram followers and her line of active-wear, Ren Active. On Instagram, she can command up to $25,000 per post.

Asian models are breaking through, but are still a small minority. This year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, for example, was a slightly more diverse cast than usual, including Sui He, a model from Wenzhou, China, who has been a regular for the brand since 2010, and Ming Xi from Shanghai. Still, only four East Asian models have reportedly ever walked the Victoria's Secret runway.

The high fashion runways have also been embracing more Asian models, like Soo Joo Park, who was born in Korea but grew up in California, and Liu Wen who hails from Yongzhou, China. But their resumes include plenty of "firsts" for Asian models, a testament to how recent those accomplishments are. In 2009, Wen was the first east Asian model to walk for the Victoria's Secret show, and in 2010, she became the first Chinese spokesmodel for Estee Lauder. Park became the first Asian spokesperson for L'Oreal this March.

Overall, Asian models remain a minority: Less than 9% of all models on the runways for the Spring 2016 shows during New York Fashion Week, according to a report by the Fashion Spot. The same pretty much goes for magazine covers, which remain largely un-diverse.

Change has been slow: In November,Teen Vogue cast Fernanda Ly, its first Asian cover star in the magazine's history. Vogue Italia featured its first Asian model on a cover in 2013, while Vogue has reportedly never featured a Chinese model on its cover.

Seeing Asian women as romantic heroines, like seeing Asian models as our utmost paragons of beauty, is a goal that still seems a ways away while Western beauty ideals reign supreme. Those norms travel worldwide, with South Korean women seeking "Westernized" looks from plastic surgeons in a cosmetic surgery boom in their own country. 041b061a72

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