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Follow us at @Toure_yaya42 pic.twitter.com/nDjDek4IhO— Evil Kagawa (@evilkagawa) May 21, 2014
Its unlikely Toures behavior would have been tolerated at Manchester child porn United under former manager Alex Ferguson.
The Scot ruled Old Trafford with an iron fist and anyone who dared to challenge his authority was promptly shown the door.
In his autobiography, Ferguson describes how Beckham, a global brand, had to leave after a heated exchange following a defeat by Arsenal in 2003.
Beckham suffered a cut to his head after Ferguson kicked a boot at him following a dressing-room argument — a moment which signaled the end of their relationship.
Was this the Manchester City owner's 100kg cake for winning the Premier League, which Yaya Toure is grumbling about? pic.twitter.com/LUKWuCsWe3— David Conn (@david_conn) May 21, 2014
The minute a Manchester United player thought he was bigger than the manager he had to go, Ferguson wrote in his book.
David thought he was bigger than Alex Ferguson. It doesnt matter whether its Alex Ferguson or Pete the Plumber. The authority is what counts.
While Beckhams brand was scarcely tarnished, Toure — who signed a new four-year contract with City just 11 months ago — could find himself in a far more problematic situation.
His agent said the midfielder could leave City if he is not showed enough respect — and the Ivory Coast star tweeted that he would make an announcement after the upcoming World Cup in Brazil.
Man City is not respecting the player — how can he be motivated to play for that team? Seluk told Sky Sports News.
If they dont want Toure then he can leave at any moment. Many clubs would be interested in him.
Everything dimitry said is true . He speaks for me . I will give an interview after world cup to explain— yaya toure (@Toure_yaya42) May 20, 2014
According to Hall, the players latest outburst is a sign that the tail is trying to wag the dog.
Its going to be very difficult for Yaya at Manchester City now, pic.twitter.com/G2EIF0jo1A— Yeovil Town FC (@ytfcofficial) May 20, 2014
Toure is not the first player to find himself embarrassed by his alleged excessive demands.
Hall cites an example of one player who, having lost money on his property empire, demanded his club pay up the shortfall.
Another, who had accrued large gambling debts, urged his club to pay off his creditors because it was having a negative impact on his performances.
Dear Yaya Toure; this is how Palace celebrate player's birthdays. #justsaying pic.twitter.com/KY7CDhVVpN— Five Year Plan (@FYPFanzine) May 21, 2014
Its that type of high maintenance which has helped give footballers a bad name, according to Hall.
Players need to understand that they are major brands, he added.
I cant believe they dont employ specialist employers and just rely on their agent or friend. They need to understand theyre working in the corporate world and not in Sunday League.
Effectively, Toure has devalued himself already. Potential suitors will think they can acquire him on the cheap and it may do damage to his signing-on fee.
No cake — but plenty of food for thought.
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(CNN) — Forty years ago this week golf legend Gary Player scored escort bayan one of his most memorable victories at the British Open and now he is willing Tiger Woods to do the same in the 2104 edition at Hoylake as the American battles back from injury and loss of form.
South African Player was the last player to lead outright for all four rounds of the oldest major when he won at Royal Lytham and St Annes in 1974, adding to an earlier triumph at that years Masters at Augusta.
Woods is definitely the most talented man who ever held a golf club in his hand, Player told CNN.
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But the former world number one has been troubled by injury this season and has only played once since March — sidelined for the Masters and the U.S. Open — and missing the cut at Congressional in his comeback event.
Player believes golf is the poorer for Woods not being at the top of the leaderboard.
We need this icon. He improves ratings and brings in more media attention to golf, said the 78-year-old South African.
And back home in South Africa a lot of young black players are aspiring to be a champion like him.
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Player, who won nine majors and 165 tournaments in an incredible career spanning over 50 years, does however acknowledge that Woods is at a crossroads in his career.
The 38-year-old American has not triumphed in one of golfs big four events since his remarkable 2008 U.S. Open win — his 14th major — before a combination of damaging revelations in his private life and injuries sent his fortunes into decline.
He has got a challenge on his hand and it would not be a surprise if he never wins another major, admited Player.
But if he does, he could go on to win quite a few more because he has what I call it.
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That it the South African legend believes is reserved for the true superstars of golf: In my humble opinion you have to win six majors to be classed as a superstar, added Player.
Ahead of the Opens start Thursday, Player also thinks that Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy has that quality and can build on his two majors — perhaps with victory at the Lancashire seaside links.
Rory is a wonderful player, an unbelievable talent, said Player, who is also an admirer of current world No. 1 Adam Scott of Australia and fellow South Africans Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel, saying the latter has the most fantastic golf swing.
But for a dedicated and driven man such as Player there is no substitute for sheer hard work. Talent is one think, to apply it another.
He gives the example of American golfer Tom Weiskopf, who made golf look easy, but had to give best to players like himself and Nicklaus and perhaps never quite fulfilled his talent, with just a British Open win at Royal Troon in 1973 in the majors.
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This time 40 years ago Player came into the British Open having already won the U.S. Masters for the second time.
I can remember it like yesterday, said the South African. I was one shot ahead of Weiskopf and Dave Stockton playing the last and hit a nine-iron, tossed the club to my caddy and knew I was going to make a birdie.
That left him two shots clear of the chasing pair at Augusta, which he won for the third and final time in 1978.
Player then went on to win at Royal Lytham by four shots from Englands Peter Oosterhuis, but only after surviving a near lost ball on the penultimate hole of the final round and then famously having to play a left handed shot after his approach shot to the 18th rested against the clubhouse wall.
It was held to be the archetypal example of Players tenacity and shot saving skills around the green, which was one of the keys to his prolonged success as a professional.
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(CNN) — There is no shortage of adjectives one can apply to airline seats: uncomfortable, bulky, cramped, outdated and — escort bayan from an airlines point of view — overpriced. Its no wonder then that many carriers are looking to make a change.
Ditching the screens?
Dr. Mark Hiller, CEO at Recaro Aircraft Seating, notes that accommodating passengers personal devices has become an imperative, though one that few manufacturers have yet to address.
Connectivity is no longer just an option, but a necessity, he says.
At the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany last month, Recaro unveiled their newest design in economy seating, called the BL3530. The new seat features a tablet PC holder, a smart pocket for stowing devices (and protecting them from scratches) and a power supply for charging.
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The BL3530 follows another vital trend; at 10 kilograms per seat, its lighter than its predecessors.
Fuel costs are extremely high these days — this is just an accepted fact in the industry. As a result, every kilogram counts, says James Lee, director of Paperclip Design Limited, an award-winning industrial design studio.
The lightest chair on the market is made by relative newcomer Expliseat, a French company that has crafted a model made from titanium and composite materials. It weights just 4 kilograms. The company estimates the weight savings could translate into $500,000 of fuel savings per aircraft per year.
According to Benjamin Saada, Expliseats CEO, the CO2 savings are even more significant.
Every aircraft we equip saves 1,200 tons of CO2 per year. Thats the equivalent of planting 45,000 trees, he says. Imagine if every airplane in the world signed on. It could completely change the global fuel emissions.
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One particularly awkward feature of airline seats is their lack of versatility. They recline, and thats about as adaptive as they get. Papercilp is hoping to change that with its new Caterpillar Convertible seat, which won the premium class and VIP category at the Crystal Cabin Award this year.
The Caterpillar can be configured as a roomy Premium Economy seat, or converted into a Business Class seat with a lie-flat bed and direct aisle access.
The core aim is to allow airlines to adjust their cabin capacity based on demand, says Lee.
Flights from London to New York might have a big need for Business Class, for example, but if you use the same plane to fly to Phuket, the demand for lie-flat seats could be a lot less. This design allows the airline to adapt, he adds.
Fuel costs are extremely high these days. Every kilogram counts
James Lee, Paperclip Design
The armrest of the future?
This is not the first year Paperclip has scooped up an award for its designs. The trademark Paperclip armrest — a dual-level version that grants both parties access — has picked up several accolades over the years.
Unfortunately, there hasnt been a lot of demand for the innovation, and its potential for a more democratic approach to elbow room.
Ive showed the design to a lot of manufactures, and theyll say, oh, thats nice, but there hasnt been a lot of need for it. The issue is cost, he says.
Though the concept may not catch on on planes, it could become a feature of seating on the ground.
Its more likely to one day see (the armrest) in theaters and cinemas. There are fewer regulations on the ground than in the air, so theres less resistance to new products, he says.
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Zodiac Aerospace has also been experimenting with an alternate seating layout that could provide passengers with substantially more legroom (a 31-inch pitch instead of the more standard 27-inch). The HD 31 concept would feature two forward-facing seats sandwiching a single backward-facing seat.
According to Pierre-Antony Vastra, an executive vice president at Zodiac, the layout has, raised a lot of interest.
It provides a larger space for the shoulders while enabling the airline to board the same number of passengers, he says.
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(CNN) — The U.S. space shuttle program retired in 2011, leaving American astronauts to hitchhike into orbit. But after three escort long years, NASAs successor is almost ready to make an entrance.
Orion, the agencys newest manned spaceship, is being prepared for bayan escort its first mission in December. In future missions, it will journey into deep space — to Mars and beyond — eskort farther than humans have ever gone before.
Orion comes loaded with superlatives. It boasts the largest heat shield ever built and bayan escort a computer 400 times faster than the ones on the space shuttles. It will be launched into space on the most powerful rocket NASA has ever made.
No astronauts will be aboard the December flight, which will test the spacecrafts systems for future manned missions.
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Final work on the spacecraft is under way at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Orion came one step closer to completion this month with the stacking of the crew module atop the service module.
Now that were getting so close to launch, the spacecraft completion work is visible every day, Orion Program Manager Mark Geyer said in a statement.
A 3,600-mile journey
When complete, the Orion capsule will resemble a fencing foil, with a tall spire shooting up from a rounded base. At the top will sit a launch abort system, with downward-facing thrusters that would save the crew from a jarring crash in the event of a rocket malfunction.
The bottom portion, the service module, will perform various functions such as in-space propulsion and cargo storage. Nestled between the two will be the crew module, capable of supporting human life from launch until recovery.
Attached to the service module will be a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket. For the first time since the space shuttles debut launch in 1981, the crew compartment will ride on the tip of the rocket rather than hanging onto its side, evoking the configuration of the famous Apollo or Gemini missions.
Come December, Orion will be wheeled onto the Cape Canaveral launch pad and the countdown will begin. If all goes as planned, the engines will rumble and its rocket will thunder in an explosion of liquid oxygen, thrusting it toward the stars.
The rocket will carry the modules 3,600 miles above Earth, or about 16 times higher than the average altitude of the International Space Station. Orion is built to take humans farther than theyve ever gone before, NASA says.
Orion will orbit our planet twice on its own during a 4½-hour journey before screaming back into the Earths atmosphere at nearly 20,000 miles per hour and splashing down in the Pacific Ocean.
Future missions
Orion astronauts will enjoy access to unprecedented space travel technology.
NASA says the spacecrafts onboard computer system can process 480 million instructions per second, which is 400 times faster than the systems on the space shuttle and 4,000 times faster than those on the Apollo flights of the 1960s and early 1970s.
Orion also boasts the largest heat shield ever built, designed to withstand temperatures that would cause a nuclear reactor to melt down.
Orions flight test will provide us with important data that will help us test out systems and further refine the design so we can safely send humans far into the solar system to uncover new scientific discoveries on future missions, Geyer said.
After Orion splashes down, NASA will begin preparing the spacecraft for the future manned missions for which it was designed.
In the future, Orion will launch on NASAs new heavy-lift rocket, the Space Launch System, the agency said. More powerful than any rocket ever built, SLS will be capable of sending humans to deep space destinations such as an asteroid and eventually Mars.
The first astronauts will travel into space aboard Orion in 2017. NASA hopes its Exploration Mission-1, a 25-day flight around the moons dark side, will demonstrate Orions reliability for deep space missions.
Exploration Mission-1 will send four astronauts farther than any human has been since the last Apollo moon mission in 1972, laying the groundwork for future endeavors.
NASA hopes Orion will ring in a new era for crewed American space exploration, and American flags may someday fly on more space outposts than just the moon.
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For many people suffering Crohn’s disease, the colostomy bag on which they rely, is something to be hidden away.
But one escort bayan make-up artist from Worcester has become an internet sensation after posting a photograph of her in a bikini online, exposing escort bayan her colostomy bags to the world.
The image of Bethany Townsend, 23, has already been seen by more than nine million escort bayan people.And the positive feedback has given her the confidence to pursue her dream of becoming a model.
Bethany Townsend, 23, escort bayan became an internet sensation after posting a photograph of her in a bikini (pictured) online, exposing her colostomy bags to the world. It has been viewed by more than nine million people and the positive feedback has given her the confidence to pursue her dream of becoming a model‘I didn’t expect this kind of reaction at all,’ said Mrs Townsend.‘The photo has been seen by millions of people and it’s had 190,000 likes and over 10,000 comments on Facebook – it’s just gone ballistic.
‘I’m just so glad that it’s brought about more awareness of Crohn’s disease and it’s made me feel so much more confident about the colostomy bags.
‘If I can inspire or help other people in my position to feel a little more comfortable in their own skin then I’m really happy.
 
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‘When I first had the bags fitted I was devastated – the reaction to this photo has really helped me accept them.’
The 23-year-old was fitted with her colostomy bags in 2010 after being diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at the age of three.
Crohn’s disease is a condition that causes inflammation of the digestive system, affecting the sufferer’s ability to digest food, absorb nutrients and eliminate waste.
In extreme situations, like Mrs Townsend’s, it becomes necessary to remove the damaged section of the intestine and bring the healthy part out as a stoma – known as a colostomy.

Mrs Townsend wanted to share the photo to bring more awareness of Crohns disease. The disease is a condition that causes inflammation of the digestive system and in severe cases, the damaged section of the intestine is removed and colostomy bags fitted (seen in these pictures)
Mrs Townsend almost died when her bowel ruptured in 2010 and since then, the make-up artist has been fitted with two colostomy bags.
She said: ‘Growing up I’d had various surgeries to try and combat the Crohn’s.
‘I’d go in and have sections of my intestine cut out, but I’d only be in remission for a couple of weeks before it came back again.
‘Then, four years ago I woke up in the morning and couldn’t move because I was in so much agony.
I had to break a glass on the floor to alert my mum who called on ambulance.
When the paramedics came, they lifted up my top to see that my surgery scar had split open.
‘I was rushed to intensive care where they doctors told my family I would need more surgery as my intestines had become infected and inflamed again.
I had no idea when I woke up that I would have the bags.

It was only after Mrs Townsend met and married her husband, Ian, 33, (pictured on their wedding day) and jetted off to Mexico last Christmas that she finally felt ready to embrace the colostomy bags
Mrs Townsend almost died when her bowel
ruptured in 2010 and since then, the make-up artist (pictured left) has been fitted with
two colostomy bags (pictured right). She has undergone a number of medical procedures and hopes a new drug becomes available in the UK to treat her condition
Mrs Townsend still suffers with Crohns disease and hopes for a cure. Since getting the colostomy bags (pictured) she has had a stem cell transplant but caught MRSA, which almost killed her. Her Crohns is still active and there is a possibility that she may have to have a bowel transplant
‘When I first woke up and my mum told me about them I was just relieved as I’d thought I was going to die.
‘But when I came out of hospital and everything finally sunk in, I remember going upstairs into my bedroom and just bursting into tears.
‘I’d known a colostomy bag might have been an option but it was always something that I had wanted to avoid.
‘I had a really good cry that day, and since then I haven’t shed another tear – I’ve just got on with it I suppose.’
It was only after Mrs Townsend met and married her husband, Ian, 33, and jetted off to Mexico last Christmas that she finally felt ready to embrace the colostomy bags.
‘When I met Ian I showed him my bags straight away, but he didn’t bat an eye lid – I actually felt like I was over reacting,’ she said.
‘He taught me that there was more to me than the bags and would always encourage me to show off my figure.
It was six months after her dream holiday that Mrs Townsend decided to share her holiday photos with the world to raise awareness about Crohns disease. She got in touch with Crohns and Colitis UK Facebook group to see if they would let her post something on their page. This is a selfie of the couple on holiday
WHAT IS CROHNS DISEASE?Crohns disease is a condition that causes inflammation of the digestive system.
Inflammation is the bodys reaction to injury or irritation and can cause redness, swelling and pain.
Crohns disease is one of the two main forms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).The other common form of IBD is Ulcerative Colitis.
Crohns is described as chronic, meaning it is a life-long condition. Sufferers will have periods of good health, remission, as well as times when their symptoms flare up or relapse.
There is currently no cure for the disease, but drugs and surgery can give patients long periods of relief from their symptoms.
The cause of Crohns disease is not well understood.
Experts believe the condition is, in part, inherited, while an abnormal reaction of the immune system to certain bacteria in the intestines is thought to contribute.
Viruses, bacteria, diet, smoking and stress have all been suggested as environmental triggers, but there is no definitive evidence that any one of these is a cause of Crohns.
Crohns causes ulcers to form in the gut and inflammation that affects the bodys ability to digest food, absorb nutrients and eliminate waste in a healthy way.
Symptoms include:
Abdominal pain and diarrhoea
Tiredness and fatigue
Feeling generally unwell
Mouth ulcers
Loss of appetite and weight loss
Anaemia – a reduced level of red blood cells
Its estimated around 250,000 people suffer from the condition in the UK. It can start in any age, but usually appears for the first time between the ages of 10 and 40.
The disease can cause complications including perforations. They happen when a severe blockage ruptures the bowel, making a hole.
The contents of the bowel can leak through and form an abscess. It causes pain and a fever.

Source: Crohns and Colitis UK
I wasn’t sure, but in Mexico I finally realised he was right and decided to wear my bikini.
‘At
first I was nervous and worried that people would stare but it was
fine. I realised that the colostomy bags didn’t control me or define who
I am.‘The staff at the hotel asked me about the bags on the last day of the holiday, but rather than being offended I was glad because it meant I could talk to them about Crohn’s and tell them what it is.
‘Ian’s always been my rock and supported me no matter what. We’ve had a tough few years but I know he’ll always be there for me.’
It was six months after her dream holiday that Mrs Townsend decided to share her holiday photos with the world to raise awareness about Crohn’s disease.
She got in touch with Crohn’s and Colitis UK Facebook group to see if they would let her post something on their page.
‘I sent them the picture and my information, and it all blew up from there,’ she said.
Mrs Townsend still suffers with Crohn’s disease and hopes for a cure.
‘Doctors had hoped that the colostomy bags would put an end to the Crohn’s but four weeks later it was back, she added.I then underwent a stem cell transplant but unfortunately I caught MRSA of the skin and the blood and it nearly killed me twice.‘Since then
my Crohn’s has still been extremely active, I’ve lost more weight and
now I’m waiting for the NHS to fund a drug that hasn’t really been in
the UK.
‘If
this doesn’t work a bowel transplant is in talks as I can’t have any
more of my intestine out as I haven’t got much left. But I’m still
really hopeful and after everything I’ve been through I know I’m a
strong person.’
Mrs Townsend is considering getting back into modelling – a career she gave up on after she was fitted with the bags.
‘I
feel confident enough now to put myself out there and pursue modelling
again,. she said. I did a little bit of work here and there before I
had the colostomy bags, but once I had them fitted I thought that was
the end of the dream.
‘I’m
looking forward to chasing my goals, and I know now that nothing can
hold me back. I won’t let the Crohn’s control me anymore.’
Mrs Townsend said that her husband taught her to accept her colostomy bags and encouraged her to show off her figure. I wasnt sure, but in Mexico (pictured) I finally realised he was right and decided to wear my bikini, she said
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Vital Signs is a monthly program bringing viewers health stories from around the world.
(CNN) — A child throwing a ball. On the face of it, a simple act, but for four-year old Hannah Mohn this is a milestone.
Hannah was born with the neuromuscular disease arthrogryposis, which makes her joints curve and muscles extremely weak. She cant lift her arms very high without help.
We knew about five months into the pregnancy that something was not right, says Hannahs mother, Jennifer Mohn.
We were told that they did not believe that she would survive birth and that we should really think about what we wanted done and make arrangements for the day that she were to be born.
Hannah survived, but with severe challenges and a long road ahead.

Jennifer explains: When we saw my pediatrician … for one of her first visits, she said even if her legs dont work well enough for her to walk, the biggest thing that we need to work on is making sure that her hands and arms are working to the fullest extent, because if she has use of her hands and arms, she will be able to care for herself. If she doesnt have the ability to use her legs, she can at least use a wheelchair. And that stuck with me.

We were told that they did not believe that she would survive birth …
Jennifer Mohn, Hannahs mother

Hannahs chance at a normal life came aged 18 months, when she visited the dupont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware — a leading hospital in the United States. She began using a device the hospital designed, called the WREX — robotic arms made from 3-D printing.
WREX stands for Wilmington Robotic Exoskeleton, explains Whitney Sample, a research design engineer at the hospital. Most of the kids that we deal with have neuromuscular issues that affect their ability to raise their arms. So they have a lot of difficulty getting their hand to their mouth, doing typical activities of daily living — combing their hair, scratching their nose … so it allows their arm to pretty much float.
The WREX uses special elastic bands to give a childs arm a weightless feeling. The mechanism is similar to how a luxo lamp works to make it effortless to move and position the head of the lamp, says Sample.

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Its a life-changing device, and one thats benefitted hugely from 3-D printing. Producing components on site by printing them layer by layer greatly reduces the time it takes to create a WREX.
We can print a full set of plastic parts for one pair of WREXs for one patient overnight, and by the end of the next work day we can clean the parts and have the WREX fully assembled, says Sample, adding that metal components must also be made by traditional methods prior to assembly.
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Even after 25 years designing devices for those with disabilities, Sample still gets emotional when children he has helped thank him for the difference hes making.
When one child was given a school assignment to write a story about their personal hero, they chose to write about Sample.
Its really nice to have that recognition when the families come back and say Hey, this has been wonderful for us, he says.
Arthrogryposis is a condition that affects one in 3,000 children born in the United States, according to the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine. The dupont Hospital for Children says it sees a little more than 30 new cases each year.
We treat all spectrums of orthopedic disease, says Dr. William Mackenzie, chair of the hospitals orthopedics department.
3-D printing is allowing us to build devices very precisely — to build a device that can be attached and be closely adapted to that individual persons physique and improve function.
The next step, we think, is when we could put small motors in these joints that the child would control with either a twitch of the muscle or perhaps a laser. We dont know quite how might it be controlled, but we see that that is the future of the WREX.

Id love to see her go to college. As sassy as she is and as much as she likes to be in charge, she might run for president someday — who knows?
Jennifer Mohn, Hannahs mother

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The device has helped improve Hannahs movements, even when she is not using it.
The biggest change that weve seen is the ability for her to reach up higher and the ability to sustain that, says Jennifer. Her elbows are typically stuck at her sides and thats where shes been limited to raising her arms and reaching for things.
Shes gaining muscle strength in her arms that she hasnt had. It definitely teaches her about things with different textures and colors, shapes and where things go and how things work.
Teaching her, and opening up a future that knows no limits.
My hope is that she grows up to be as independent as she can, says Jennifer. Id love to see her go to college. As sassy as she is and as much as she likes to be in charge, she might run for president someday — who knows?
Up to this point there hasnt been much that she has let stop her. Whatever it is, shes going to achieve it.
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Mark Tutton also contributed to this report.

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St. Paul, Minnesota (CNN) — As darkness falls, Joy Friedman hits the streets — the same ones she used to troll for customers while working as a prostitute.
My last trick was turned behind that storefront, she said, gesturing to a nearby building.
Now the survivor of sex trafficking cruises these neighborhoods with a different purpose. Shes looking for women and girls who are caught up in this lifestyle so she can offer them free condoms and hygiene products.
She is also delivering a message: There is help for them if they want it.
Friedman works for Breaking Free, a nonprofit that helps women escape prostitution. Its where she got help 13 years ago.
(Prostitution) has been happening forever. And forever, women have just been the victims of it, said Vednita Carter, the organizations founder. They deserve better.
95% of the women Vednita Carter helps struggle with addiction, abuse, trauma, financial instability and shame.
Since 1996, Carter says she has helped more than 6,000 women get the support they need. In the process, shes built an army of survivors who have joined her crusade to end sex trafficking.
Lured into the life
Carter personally knows about this world. At 18, she was hoping to make money for college when she responded to an advertisement for dancers. At first, she danced fully clothed, but her bosses and then-boyfriend soon pressured her into stripping and, eventually, prostitution.
It was more than a year before Carter called a friend who helped her get back on her feet. Later, she realized how lucky she had been.
The majority of women dont have anyone to call. There is nowhere for them to turn, said Carter, now 60. Thats why I do this work.
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For many of the women Carter helps, the life is all theyve known. Studies show that the average age of entry into child prostitution is 12 to 14, and many of the girls have been sexually abused or were runaways.
Carter works to educate the public and law enforcement to see these women as victims of sex trafficking rather than as criminals.
Prostitution and sex trafficking really are the same thing. Its about buying and selling a human being, she said.
Leaving the life behind
Carter says 95% of the women she helps struggle with addiction as well as physical abuse, mental trauma, financial instability and shame.
Its a process. If (theyve) been in it forever, its all they know, she said. They think its their destiny.
Prostitution and sex trafficking really are the same thing. Its about buying and selling a human being.
Vednita Carter
Carters drop-in center provides food, clothing and emotional support to any woman coming off the street, no strings attached.
For many women, the first significant step is to participate in a 14-week class called Sisters of Survival. Graduates are honored in a ceremony, marking the start of their new lives.
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They learn that they do have other choices that (they) can make, Carter said.
The group also provides permanent and temporary housing, addiction counseling, job skills training and legal assistance.
Most of the staffers who work at Breaking Free are survivors of prostitution, making it one of just a few organizations like it in the United States.
I have a purpose now, Friedman said. Im a fighter, and Im going to fight til I die for each and every person involved in sexual exploitation.
Fighting the demand
Carter believes that sex trafficking wont end until men stop purchasing sexual favors. She established one of the countrys first John Schools that educates men arrested for solicitation about the impact of their actions.
Im not here to make you feel like a piece of sh*t, but youve got to feel something, Doris Johnson, a survivor, told a group back in 2012. Thats somebodys daughter.
According to Carters group, only 2% of the men who complete the course reoffend.
Carter is considered by many to be a pioneer in the anti-sex trafficking movement, and she is determined to keep fighting as long as she can.
We are really raising an army here. And this is a battle, she said. Its not OK to buy and sell us. We are not for sale.
Want to get involved? Check out the Breaking Free website at www.breakingfree.net and see how to help.

Working men she can

St. Paul, Minnesota (CNN) — As darkness falls, Joy Friedman hits the streets — the same ones she used to troll for customers while working as a prostitute.
My last trick was turned behind that storefront, she said, gesturing to a nearby building.
Now the survivor of sex trafficking cruises these neighborhoods with a different purpose. Shes looking for women and girls who are caught up in this lifestyle so she can offer them free condoms and hygiene products.
She is also delivering a message: There is help for them if they want it.
Friedman works for Breaking Free, a nonprofit that helps women escape prostitution. Its where she got help 13 years ago.
(Prostitution) has been happening forever. And forever, women have just been the victims of it, said Vednita Carter, the organizations founder. They deserve better.
95% of the women Vednita Carter helps struggle with addiction, abuse, trauma, financial instability and shame.
Since 1996, Carter says she has helped more than 6,000 women get the support they need. In the process, shes built an army of survivors who have joined her crusade to end sex trafficking.
Lured into the life
Carter personally knows about this world. At 18, she was hoping to make money for college when she responded to an advertisement for dancers. At first, she danced fully clothed, but her bosses and then-boyfriend soon pressured her into stripping and, eventually, prostitution.
It was more than a year before Carter called a friend who helped her get back on her feet. Later, she realized how lucky she had been.
The majority of women dont have anyone to call. There is nowhere for them to turn, said Carter, now 60. Thats why I do this work.
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For many of the women Carter helps, the life is all theyve known. Studies show that the average age of entry into child prostitution is 12 to 14, and many of the girls have been sexually abused or were runaways.
Carter works to educate the public and law enforcement to see these women as victims of sex trafficking rather than as criminals.
Prostitution and sex trafficking really are the same thing. Its about buying and selling a human being, she said.
Leaving the life behind
Carter says 95% of the women she helps struggle with addiction as well as physical abuse, mental trauma, financial instability and shame.
Its a process. If (theyve) been in it forever, its all they know, she said. They think its their destiny.
Prostitution and sex trafficking really are the same thing. Its about buying and selling a human being.
Vednita Carter
Carters drop-in center provides food, clothing and emotional support to any woman coming off the street, no strings attached.
For many women, the first significant step is to participate in a 14-week class called Sisters of Survival. Graduates are honored in a ceremony, marking the start of their new lives.
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They learn that they do have other choices that (they) can make, Carter said.
The group also provides permanent and temporary housing, addiction counseling, job skills training and legal assistance.
Most of the staffers who work at Breaking Free are survivors of prostitution, making it one of just a few organizations like it in the United States.
I have a purpose now, Friedman said. Im a fighter, and Im going to fight til I die for each and every person involved in sexual exploitation.
Fighting the demand
Carter believes that sex trafficking wont end until men stop purchasing sexual favors. She established one of the countrys first John Schools that educates men arrested for solicitation about the impact of their actions.
Im not here to make you feel like a piece of sh*t, but youve got to feel something, Doris Johnson, a survivor, told a group back in 2012. Thats somebodys daughter.
According to Carters group, only 2% of the men who complete the course reoffend.
Carter is considered by many to be a pioneer in the anti-sex trafficking movement, and she is determined to keep fighting as long as she can.
We are really raising an army here. And this is a battle, she said. Its not OK to buy and sell us. We are not for sale.
Want to get involved? Check out the Breaking Free website at www.breakingfree.net and see how to help.

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World when it ended

Editors note: Dr Nawal Ba Abbad is a doctor from Sanaa, Yemen, who in partnership with White Ribbon Alliance Yemen has campaigned tirelessly for a law against child marriage in her country.
(CNN) — Throughout my career as a doctor I have traveled from the mountains of Yemen to its deserts. I have seen first hand what happens when children give birth to children. I have seen the tombstones of girls who died too young because they married too young.
Yemen is one of only two countries in the world with no legislation on a minimum age of marriage.
With a national dialogue underway to establish a new constitution, there is now a chance to establish a safe age of marriage, protecting young girls who are currently married off as young as 9 years old.
As I advocate to end child marriage in Yemen, I always remember my best friend at school. We would talk about our future and what we wanted to be when we grew up. We had big aspirations, as young girls should. My friend was the smartest girl in our class. Everything felt possible.
Nawal Ba Abbad
But when she was 13, she was told to leave school to prepare for her wedding. Her dreams ended. We were all so upset. I still remember her wedding day as we tried to support her. It was such a sad day for us all, a stark comparison for so many whose wedding day is remembered as the happiest of their lives.
We have a chance to establish a safe age of marriage, protecting girls who are brides as young as nine years old.
Nawal Ba Abbad
I was lucky. My parents did not want me to marry as a child. They were my firewall, protecting me from the pressure of all the people in my community who said I should marry. They were determined to give me a brighter future.
As I carried on my studies, and became a doctor, the image of my friends wedding always stayed with me. So many girls in my country dont have the right to say No, I dont want that man or this kind of life. My friend moved away and we didnt stay in touch.
My friends story is not unusual. The UN estimates that one in three girls in Yemen are married before 18. Around the world, approximately 14 million girls are married as children every year.
The right to choose
To think of all the girls in my country who are forced into marriage, lose their personalities, their happiness and just have to obey what they are told to do, is what drives me forward in my work.
Child brides dont talk about it, but they suffer. A recent study in Yemen has shown that girls who have their rights taken from them in this way do not forgive their parents, and there is a breakdown of family relationships.
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As a doctor I see the complications young girls are suffering from as they give birth before their bodies are ready. Girls not Brides, a civil society network campaigning against child marriage, suggests that girls under 15 are five times more likely to die giving birth.
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Yemen has one of the highest maternal death rates in the world. According to the White Ribbon Alliance, one in 90 women die in childbirth in my country. I cannot bear to continue to watch young women giving up their lives and having to give birth too young.
We must support our girls and women by providing better maternal health care, access to family planning and safe abortion.
We must work together to end early marriage so that all girls have the right to choose when and whom to marry and are able to finish their education, strengthening the bonds that are so important to us, with our friends and our family.
We know how to fix these problems. We can tackle many issues if we tackle early marriage.
Together in partnership with the White Ribbon Alliance in Yemen and many other activists we have been campaigning for a safe age of marriage for many years. Since the uprising in 2011, a new constitution is being drafted in my country.
This is an opportunity to establish a minimum age of marriage. But it is a narrow window of opportunity.
Too often girls have no voice, no choice, no access. I am determined to help them have a better future. My friend did not fulfill her dream, but by ending child marriage together we can make sure that girls in Yemen and around the world can fulfill theirs.
The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Nawal Ba Abbad.