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Wendy Williams dressed up as superhero Wonder Woman in New York City on Friday. The 53-year-old talk show host was seen in a big red coat over a gold and blue leotard with a Lasso Of Truth, which makes the bad guys confess their sins. She also wore a long, curly black wig. This comes after DailyMailTV’s bombshell report that her husband Kevin Hunter has been seeing another woman. For a Halloween taping? Wendy Williams dressed up as superhero Wonder Woman in New York City on Friday The real deal: Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman in the 1970s TV series On screen: Here Gal Gadot is seen with her shield during a fight scene for the Wonder Woman movie which was a smash hit this summer But Wendy flashed her wedding ring on her show and said that she was standing by her man. Wendy certainly didn't look fazed by the bombshell as she stepped out into the Big Apple following allegations her husband has another woman in his life, who he moved into a $765,000 secluded home nine miles from the New Jersey mansion he shares with talk show star. The star certainly looked to be shrugging off the news as she flashed a smile while greeted by fans awaiting her arrival. Leggy mama: The 53-year-old talk show host was seen in a big red coat over a gold and blue leotard with a lasso Pretty as a picture: She also wore a long, curly black wig and plenty of makeup DailyMailTV revealed that her husband Hunter was having a 10-year long affair with massage therapist Sharina Hudson, 32, and moved her into a $765,000 house just nine miles down the road from the New Jersey mansion Hunter shares with Williams. Sharina has also been seen with a large diamond ring on her wedding finger, and she has been photographed with Wendy's husband on multiple occasions. On Tuesday's episode of her talk show, The Wendy Williams Show, the star addressed the bombshell. Man troubles? This comes after claims her husband Kevin Hunter has been seeing another woman. Seen in early September She is not divorcing: The TV star said on her show that she was standing by her man Still working: She took no time off; here she is seen interviewing Russell Brand about his marriage to Katy Perry 'You can believe what you want.
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A School Is Reportedly Making Girls Send Pictures Of Their Dresses Before Homecoming In the age of viral internet, it seems like every week we hear another outrageous story about dress codes in high schools — most of which, unfortunately, target young women, and end up compromising their education in some way by either pulling them out of class or making them feel uncomfortable in their own bodies. One school's effort to get ahead of dress code violations, though, only seems to make the problem worse; Pewaukee High School in Milwaukee, Wis. makes "dress-wearing students" send pictures of their dresses before dances for approval. And the policy is nothing new — apparently, it's been in place since 2015. (Bustle has reached out to Pewaukee High School for comment, and will update this post upon reply.) The Journal Sentinel reports that although the policy has been in place since January 2015, parents are now reacting to a recent email enforcing it in anticipation of the upcoming Homecoming dance. Pewaukee Superintendent Mike Cady said to the Journal Sentinel that the policy "isn't sexist." "It's really out of a sensitivity to our students ," said Cady. "We want [school dances] to be a positive experience. We don't want anyone to show up and have to be sent home because of a dress-code violation." Many parents who received the email have been quick to disagree. " The girls are essentially being held responsible for the wayward thoughts [administrators] think boys have," said Rebecca Sheperd, the mother of a freshman girl at Pewaukee High School, to the Journal Sentinel. "They're being told, 'You are the problem.' These are the roots of rape culture, frankly." It's an all-too-familiar tune to people who have been keeping up with stories dress code violations. Not only are incidents like these disruptive to girls' educations, but as Sheperd points it, it frequently seems to hold them responsible for the boys' behavior toward them, enforcing a dynamic that may seem harmless in regards to high school dress code but is entirely dangerous when it becomes a foundation for victim-blaming in much more serious situations.
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