The effects of pornography on children and young people

first_imgYoung males are more likely than females to deliberately seek out pornography and to do so frequently Australian Institute of Family Studies December 2017SummaryThere is a lot of discussion about the possible effects of online pornography on children and young people and the messages pornography generates about gender, equality and sexuality. In 2016, the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) was engaged by the Department of Social Services to review what the available research evidence tells us about the issue.Key messagesPornography exists within a broader sociocultural context in which stereotypes about gender, sexism, sexual objectification and violence-supportive attitudes are also at playNearly half of children between the ages of 9-16 experience regular exposure to sexual images Parents and caregivers are less likely to be intimidated by online risks if they are informed and take an active role in their children’s digital lives.READ MORE: Executive Summary: up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox. Pornography use can shape sexual practices and is associated with unsafe sexual health practices such as not using condoms and unsafe anal and vaginal sexcenter_img The best approach for parents, caregivers and teachers responding to children’s exposure to pornography is to encourage open communication, discussion and critical thinking on the part of children, while educating themselves about the internet and social media Pornography may strengthen attitudes supportive of sexual violence and violence against womenlast_img read more

ORVC Weekly Report (September 22-27)

first_imgThe ORVC Weekly Report for September 22-27.Players of the Week.Volleyball:  Kelsi Konkle-Switzerland CountyGirls Cross Country:  Jenna Hughes-Jac-Cen-DelBoys Cross Country:  Zach Martini-Rising SunSoccer:  Cameron Rogers-Rising Sun and Jake Uhlmansiek-Rising SunORVC Weekly Report (September 22-27)Courtesy of ORVC Recorder Travis Calvert.last_img

Accident slows traffic on State Road 46 in Batesville

first_imgBatesville, Ind.  — UPDATE: NO INJURIES – Three to four cars were involved.An accident is slowing traffic on State Road 46 at its intersection with Tekulve Road in Batesville Wednesday afternoon.The multi-vehicle accident has slowed westbound traffic.At this time injuries are unknown.WRBI will update this story as more details become available.last_img

Non-resident services offered by Safe Passage

first_imgBatesville, Ind. — Because not all domestic violence victims need shelter, Safe Passage, Inc. has a non-resident support system.The Community-Based Outreach Services program can help those residents with court filings, counseling, transportation, access to support groups and employment applications. Case managers work with victims to develop an individual action plan and safety assessment.Since 1997, Safe Passage, Inc. has provided support to more than 10,000 people in Southeastern Indiana. The organization also plays a pivotal role in protecting children caught up in a domestic violence situation. The mission is to provide intervention services to victims of domestic violence that facilitate healing, independence and empowerment. The services are free.Safe Passage, Inc. is a non-profit funded by government grants, fundraisers and donations. Supporters can also enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards Program or Amazon Smile ®, programs that contribute a portion of your purchase to the organization of your choice. There is more information online at Saturday, August 12 from 10 a.m. to noon Safe Passage, Inc. will hold a Purse, Bag, Basket Auction and Salad Luncheon at the Batesville Middle School Commons. Director of community outreach, Mary Mattingly says brands included are Coach, Michael Koors, Vera Bradley and more. Purses and themed baskets will also contain special offers and things like fashion accessories or gardening essentials.For more information, or if you know someone who needs help call 877-733-1990 or go online to read more

Pulis backs Lambert to make impact

first_img “Saido got injured and missed the European tournament (Euro 2015), that was a massive disappointment for the kid. “But it has given him a break and a rest so hopefully he will come back nice and fresh.” Along with Lambert, James Chester and James McClean should make their Albion debuts but Arsenal loanee Serge Gnabry will miss out as he lacks match fitness. The former Liverpool hitman is expected to be handed his Baggies debut against Manchester City on Monday. He will partner Berahino, who scored 20 goals last season, and has signed to lift the scoring burden off the 22-year-old. And boss Pulis thinks the England forward can only help Berahino’s progression. He said: “Last year we relied a lot on Saido’s goals. “Rickie has a really good goal-scoring record and we are hoping he will add to what Saido did last year. “He will give us another threat. Rickie is a senior player and good character as well. I think Saido will learn a lot off him.” Berahino has been linked with a move from The Hawthorns this summer but Pulis believes he needs another season in the West Midlands. He added: He is a good player and we want to keep him and we want him to stay at the football club. “I believe another year playing regular football at West Bromwich Albion will make him a better player. “It will make him a stronger character and better player that is my opinion. Press Association West Brom boss Tony Pulis believes Rickie Lambert can help take Saido Berahino to the next level.last_img read more

Warner hits second fastest Test 50 in history

first_img… Pakistan 410 runs short of their unlikely victory target of 465.By Nick MulvenneySYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) – David Warner clubbed the second fastest half -entury in Test history to help fire Australia to the verge of a 3-0 series sweep over Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday.The tourists were 55 for one at close of play on the rain-disrupted fourth day of the third Test, still 410 runs short of their unlikely victory target of 465.In-form opener Azhar Ali, who had made 11 not out, and nightwatchman Yasir Shah, unbeaten on three, were at the crease at stumps, after debutant Sharjeel Khan had chipped the ball to a midwicket fielder for 40 off spinner Nathan Lyon.Warner needed just 23 balls to score his half-century — two more than the record set by Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq against the Australians in Abu Dhabi in 2014 — to help the hosts knock off 241-2 before declaring after tea.Steve Smith (59), Usman Khawaja (79 not out) and Peter Handscomb (40 not out) also poured on the runs after Warner was dismissed for a swashbuckling 55 off 27 deliveries.“The way the guys batted today, especially Davy of course, to get those runs as quickly as possible and do some pretty unselfish batting, got us in the position we are in now,” said paceman Josh Hazlewood, who took 4-55.“The wicket’s still pretty good, but I think there’s enough there to create nine more chances, if it’s reverse swing or spin.”Earlier, after the opening session was washed out for the second day in a row, Younus Khan completed an imperious 175 not out before running out of partners as Pakistan were dismissed for 315, still 223 behind Australia’s first innings 538-8.Australia started the day with the bad news that they had lost opener Matt Renshaw for the rest of the match because of a concussion after he was hit on the helmet while fielding on Thursday.WARNER BLITZKhawaja opened in his place but spent his first 40 minutes mostly a spectator as Warner, who on Tuesday become the first batsman to score a century in the opening session of a Test in Australia, again laid waste to the Pakistan bowlers.Warner slapped a four over midwicket from the first ball he faced and had added 10 more boundaries by the time Wahab Riaz removed his off bail some 42 minutes later.In one stunning over, the left-hander smashed spinner Yasir for two sixes and two fours from the first four deliveries before adding a single off the fifth for good measure.Younus’ knock had, by contrast, been a necessarily gritty affair as his team collapsed around him.The 39-year-old, who on Thursday completed a set of centuries in each Test-playing nation, batted for 443 minutes and faced 334 balls, scoring 18 fours and three sixes.Pakistan had resumed on 271-8 after the rain delay and thwarted the Australians for more than an hour until Yasir (10) and Imran (0) departed within three balls of each other.“We want to finish this Test series on a good note, so I think it will be better for us if we show some fight,” Younus said.“It will not be easy because (its) the fifth day … in Sydney and they have two spinners and good fast bowlers as well. It is our wish that we finish this Test match on a good note.”AUSTRALIA 1st innings 538 for 8 decl. (M. Renshaw 184, D. Warner 113, P. Handscomb 110) PAKISTAN 1st innings (o/n 271-8)Az. Ali run-out (Starc, Handscomb) 71Sh. Khan c Renshaw b Hazlewood 4B. Azam lbw b Hazlewood 0Y. Khan not out 175Misbah-ul-Haq c sub. b Lyon 18A. Shafiq c Smith b O’Keefe 4S. Ahmed c sub. b Starc 18M. Amir c Warner b Lyon 4W. Riaz b Lyon 8Y. Shah c Smith b Hazlewood 10I. Khan b Hazlewood 0Extras: (b-3) 3Total: (all out, 110.3 overs) 315Fall of wickets: 1-6, 2-6, 3-152, 4-178 ,5-197, 6-239, 7-244, 8-264, 9-315.Bowling: M. Starc 26-7-77-1, J. Hazlewood 27.3-7-55-4, S. O’Keefe 20-3-50-1, N. Lyon 33-3-115-3, H. Cartwright 4-0-15-0.AUSTRALIA 2nd inningsD. Warnerb Riaz 55U. Khawaja not out 79S. Smith c S. Ahmed b Shah 59P. Handscomb not out 40Extras: (b-3, lb-3, nb-1, w-1) 8Total: (for 2 wickets decl, 32 overs) 241Fall of wickets: 1-71, 2-174.Bowling: I. Khan 6-2-43-0, Y. Shah 14-0-124-1, W. Riaz 7-0-28-1 (nb-1, w-1), Az. Ali 5-0-40 -.PAKISTAN 2nd innings (Target: 465 runs)Az. Ali not out 11Sh. Khan c Warner b Lyon 40Y. Shah not out 3Extras: (nb-1) 1Total: (for 1 wicket, 16 overs) 55Fall of wickets: 1-51.Bowling: M. Starc 4-0-18-0 (nb-1), J. Hazlewood 5-1-8-0N. Lyon 5-0-27-1, S. O’Keefe 2-1-2-0.last_img read more

Burns, Labuschagne fifties push Australia’s lead to 417

first_imgBy Tristan LavalettePERTH, Australia (Reuters) – Marnus Labuschagne and Joe Burns notched half-centuries before New Zealand’s unflagging attack yielded late wickets, but Australia had built a near insurmountable lead of 417 by stumps on day three of the first Test yesterday.Australia reached the close of play at 167 for six with Matthew Wade on eight and Pat Cummins on one. New Zealand quicks Neil Wagner and Tim Southee shared the spoils with six wickets between them.Australia suffered a late collapse but remain in a strong position. The highest successful run chase in Test history is 418, achieved by the West Indies against Australia in 2003.“Bit disappointing to lose wickets tonight but in the grand scheme of the game we are in a good position and in control,” Burns told reporters.Burns (53) and Labuschagne, who has now passed 1 000 Test runs in 2019, did the bulk of the heavy lifting in an 87-run partnership.South Africa-born Labuschagne’s bid for a fourth straight Test century ended when he mistimed a pull short on 50 off Wagner, who persevered with aggressive short-pitched bowling.Australia’s tactical approach to bat carefully and set New Zealand a big target was exemplified by Burns, who did not score until the 25th delivery he faced. His patient knock, however, ended when he was undone by a searing short delivery from Southee.Steve Smith, who scored a massive 774 runs in the Ashes tournament in England this year, fell shortly before stumps for 16 to continue a recent barren run.David Warner, who passed 7 000 Test runs, was Australia’s sole loss in the middle session after he miscued a pull shot off Southee on 19. His sluggish 63-ball innings was in contrast to his majestic unbeaten 335 in the last Test against Pakistan in Adelaide.Even though they lost late wickets, Australia’s commanding performance gave them a stranglehold on the day-night contest. The hosts gained a sizeable 250-run first-innings lead after bowling New Zealand out cheaply on the stroke of tea.New Zealand, in reply to Australia’s first-innings 416, were dismissed for a tame 166 with veteran Ross Taylor playing a lone hand with 80.Mitchell Starc claimed his second five-wicket haul in as many Tests after missing most of the recent Ashes series.He led a disciplined attack which was short-handed after Josh Hazlewood was ruled out of the Perth Test, having suffered a hamstring injury on day two.Taylor acknowledged that New Zealand faced a daunting prospect with widening cracks marking the Perth Stadium pitch.“It’s going to be tough but the strength of the side over the last few years has been the fighting spirit,” he said.Both teams are without a paceman after debutant New Zealand quick Lockie Ferguson, himself a replacement for injured spearhead Trent Boult, damaged his calf on day one.Oppressive weather conditions continued for the third straight day as the temperature peaked at 41 degrees Celsius.New Zealand have won only one Test in Australia since their sole series triumph across the Tasman Sea in 1985-86.AUSTRALIA 1st innings 416NEW ZEALAND 1st innings o/n 108 for 5Jeet Raval b Josh HazlewoodTom Latham c&b Mitchell Starc 0Kane Williamson c Steven Smith b Mitchell Starc 34Ross Taylor c Steven Smith b Nathan Lyon 80Henry Nicholls c Tim Paine b Mitchell Starc 7Neil Wagner b Mitchell Starc 0BJ Watling b Pat Cummins 8Colin de Grandhomme c Steven Smith b Mitchell Starc 23Mitchell Santner b Marnus Labuschagne 2Tim Southee c (sub.) b Nathan Lyon 8Lockie Ferguson not out 0Extras: (b-1, lb-2) 3Total: (all out, 55.2 overs) 166Fall of wickets: 1-1, 2-1, 3-77, 4-97, 5-97, 6-120, 7-147, 8-155, 9-166.Bowling: Mitchell Starc 18-2-52-5, Josh Hazlewood 1.2-1-0-1, Pat Cummins 14.4-3-46-1, Matthew Wade 2-0-8-0, Nathan Lyon 14.2-2-48-2, Marnus Labuschagne 5-1-9-1.AUSTRALIA 2nd inningsDavid Warner c (sub.) b Tim Southee 19Joe Burns c Henry Nicholls b Tim Southee 53Marnus Labuschagne c Mitchell Santner b Neil Wagner 50Steven Smith c Jeet Raval b Neil Wagner 16Matthew Wade not out 8Travis Head c Colin de Grandhomme b Tim Southee 5Tim Paine b Tim Southee 0Pat Cummins not out 1Extras: (lb-3, nb-5, w-7) 15Total: (six wkts, 57.0 overs) 167Fall of wickets: 1-44, 2-131, 3-148, 4-154, 5-160, 6-160.Bowling: Tim Southee 19-6-63-4 (w-3), Colin de Grandhomme 13-2-26 – 0 (w-1, nb-2), Neil Wagner 17-2-40-2 (w-3, nb-3), Mitchell Santner 8-0-35-0.last_img read more

Deshaun Watson has ‘love and respect’ for NFL legend and idol Tom Brady after win

first_imgThis was the just the second win for Houston Texans over the New England Patriots since 2010, and Deshaun Watson was clearly overjoyed with the win. Speaking after the game, Watson said that since Tom Brady had been his role model, it was “pretty awesome” to get one over the Patriots star. The Texans quarterback continued by saying that since Tom Brady is one of the greatest NFL players of all time, he had to get one over Brady before the Patriots star hung up his boots. Deshaun Watson then proceeded to say that there was nothing but “love and respect” between the two after the win.Also Read | Tom Brady Net Worth, NFL Salary, And What Next For Patriots’ Quarterback 9 months ago LeBron James, Tom Brady exchange hilarious retirement tweets with each other FOLLOW US Colin DCunha 9 months ago Gronkowski will be in Miami for Super Bowl as party host SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 2nd December, 2019 15:05 IST Deshaun Watson Has ‘love And Respect’ For NFL Legend And Idol Tom Brady After Win Deshaun Watson’s Houston Texans emerged victorious over the New England Patriots this weekend. Watson had a few words regarding his idol, Patriots’ Tom Brady. Tom Brady a ‘resource’ – Deshaun Watson after Texans beat Patriots 28-22When asked if Tom Brady had any advice for him, Deshaun Watson said that Tom Brady congratulated him on the win. Watson also revealed that he had been in touch with Tom Brady and that they were going to have a talk in the offseason. He continued by saying that having Brady as a resource to learn from is an opportunity he is going to grab with both hands.Deshaun Watson threw three touchdown passes and had the first touchdown reception of his career during the win against the Patriots this past weekend. A win against Deshaun Watson’s Houston Texans would have meant that Tom Brady’s New England Patriots could have become the first AFC team to clinch a playoff spot in the NFL this season. However, the Texans clearly had other ideas as they successfully frustrated the Patriots during the win. Tom Brady looked visibly frustrated at the NRG Stadium as the Patriots quarterback was pictured yelling at his receivers during the game.Also Read | Gronkowski Will Be In Miami For Super Bowl As Party HostThe Baltimore Ravens can now take the No. 1 seed in the AFC if they match the Patriots’ record the rest of the way. Both teams have a 10-2 record so far. However, Baltimore have the tiebreaker and as such, remain in the driver’s seat for the top seed in the AFC. Also Read | Vita Vea Disappears And So Does Dwayne Haskins WE RECOMMEND First Published: 2nd December, 2019 15:05 ISTcenter_img COMMENT WATCH US LIVE Written By 9 months ago Vita Vea disappears and so does Dwayne Haskins 9 months ago Tom Brady net worth, NFL salary, and what next for Patriots’ quarterback They say that you should never meet your heroes for fear of disappointment, but Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson begs to differ. Deshaun Watson’s Houston Texans registered a 28-22 victory over defending NFL Champions New England Patriots. However, it appears that beating a Tom Brady-led team was a sweeter victory for Deshaun Watson.Also Read | Rob Gronkowski Slams Tom Brady And Patriots For ‘negative Mood’ Ahead Of Cowboys Win LIVE TV 9 months ago Rob Gronkowski slams Tom Brady and Patriots for ‘negative mood’ ahead of Cowboys winlast_img read more

Max Muncy’s challenge after breakout season with Dodgers – do it again

first_imgTaylor had a difficult time repeating that performance. His average dropped to .254 last season and his OPS to .775, each dragged down by a National League-leading 178 strikeouts.Muncy acknowledges the “Year Two challenge” will be considerable.“One of the biggest differences probably is, when I go up there in the batter’s box, teams aren’t going to be thinking, ‘Oh, here’s a guy – we know what he did in Oakland. He struggled,’ ” Muncy says. “Now it’s going to be, ‘OK, we can’t make a mistake against this guy.’ I do think that will be one of the biggest differences – that guys are going to be obviously a little more alert. Not saying I’m Miguel Cabrera out there. I think that will probably be one of the biggest challenges from Day One. It’s not going to be easy.“That’s probably the challenge everyone faces. You talk about Cody (Bellinger) and CT. When Cody comes up, it’s ‘OK, he’s a rookie. Let’s see if he can hit this pitch. Let’s see if he can handle this.’ He does, then the next year it becomes, ‘OK, let’s see if he can do this.’“Once they start getting information on you, that’s always the Year Two challenge. … There’s so much information now. They can tell on day games, on Tuesday, he does this. Don’t throw this pitch on a Tuesday day game. Or on a Wednesday, he hits this pitch. They have that information now – which is a little ridiculous. But they can break down every centimeter of your swing.”Muncy’s breakout season wasn’t all highlights. He fell into a 4-for-35 slump in late July and early August, striking out 20 times in that stretch. He also hit just .200 (10 for 50) in the postseason. His Game 3 home run was one of only two extra-base hits after the first round.Muncy expects teams will take their cues from those times.Related Articles “I would imagine teams are going to look back on what worked best on me last year and possibly try to repeat that,” Muncy says. “I will say one of the things that worked against me (in the postseason) – it seemed like guys were throwing me a lot of curveballs. But that’s a little different in the playoffs because the guys who were throwing the curveballs were all the guys from the Brewers who were throwing 100 (mph) with nasty breakers. Then you go to the World Series against the Red Sox and it’s Joe Kelly and Craig Kimbrel and they’re throwing 12-6ers with four feet of breaking at 90 mph. Not everyone has that.“I’m not exactly sure (what teams will do). Or maybe I’m just not telling you. Whatever adjustment they make, you have to make the adjustment.”Muncy has already made his first adjustment – pretending 2018 never happened.“I’m not looking back at last year,” he says. “I want to go out there and act like I’ve never done it. I want to play hard like I’ve never done it.“That’s one of the things I said coming into camp. I know that I’ve got a spot on the team. But I want to act like I don’t. I want to go out there and play hard every day and act like I’m making my first impression on the coaches and the front office. I feel like if I continue to do that, then that’s the best way for me to go out there and play.” Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error GLENDALE, Ariz. — Following a pretty good season at Triple-A in 2017, Max Muncy and his fiancee, Kellie, sat down to pick their wedding date.It was certain to be the highlight of 2018 for them. But they had no idea how many more there would be for Muncy before they walked down the aisle.There were the 20 home runs in his first 183 at-bats after his mid-April promotion to the Dodgers, a franchise record. There was the invitation to the All-Star Game to participate in the Home Run Derby. There were the team-leading 35 home runs, .582 slugging percentage, .973 OPS and 161 OPS-plus. And finally, there was the walk-off home run to end the 18-inning marathon Game 3 in the World Series against the Boston Red Sox, the longest game in postseason history.For a player who had struggled at the major-league level with the Oakland A’s in 2015 and 2016, it was one of the biggest breakout seasons in recent memory. Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start center_img Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire “I think the only way you could really top it would be to win the World Series,” Muncy says of his 2018 – including his Nov. 17 wedding to Kellie and their honeymoon in St. Lucia. “If we had won the World Series, I don’t think there would be any way you could top that good a year.”Muncy won’t be expected to top his 2018. It will be hard enough just to match it.“I think a lot of times people can be beholden to, like, the back of the baseball card numbers from last year,” Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman says. “For us, it’s about the process and we believe very good things will happen from a good process.“What I mean by that is he’s aggressive on pitches in the strike zone. He’s passive on balls outside of the strike zone. And he hits balls in the strike zone hard. Simply said, that’s a really good combination. We expect that to continue. Now – do as many go over the fence as opposed to split the outfielders and it’s a double? I don’t know. But we expect him to be a significant contributor again.”The Dodgers don’t have to look far to find an example of how it might work out. Chris Taylor had a milder version of the Muncy breakout in 2017, emerging from Triple-A to bat .288 with an .850 OPS and 21 home runs (nearly matching his total for six minor-league seasons).last_img read more

Fantasy Injury Updates: Emmanuel Sanders, Marquise Brown, Gerald Everett among key Week 11 active/inactives

first_imgThe carnage continues at the WR position, with Adam Thielen, T.Y. Hilton, Will Fuller, Brandin Cooks, and Alshon Jeffery already ruled out for Week 11. That makes the “questionable” statuses of Emmanuel Sanders and Marquise Brown all the more important, as many fantasy football owners are likely counting on them. The same goes for TE Gerald Everett with George Kittle “doubtful”. We have the latest injury updates for these pass-catchers ahead of your start ’em, sit ’em decisions. For updates on “questionable” RBs David Montgomery, Jordan Howard, Damien Williams, Le’Veon Bell, and  Raheem Mostert, click here; for the  Week 11 weather report, go here. Follow us at SN_Fantasy for more news and updates. Everett (wrist) practiced in a limited fashion all week, and Rams coach Sean McVay said he expects Everett to suit up Sunday night against the Bears.MORE WEEK 11 DFS: Values | Stacks | Lineup BuilderChicago hasn’t been great against tight ends this year, making Everett a solid play. If he is a surprise scratch, Rams backup Tyler Higbee would be a decent fill-in. WEEK 11 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerIs Emmanuel Sanders playing Week 11?UPDATE 2: Sanders is officially ACTIVE.UPDATE: Sanders is expected to be active today against Arizona, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.Despite missing practice all week, Sanders (ribs) said he’s “going to try” to play Sunday against the Cardinals. That likely means a decision will be made after warm-ups. Either way, fantasy owners shouldn’t rely on Sanders. Not only does he have a late kickoff, but he also could make an early exit if he can’t tolerate the pain. If he’s out, Deebo Samuel would go from a boom-or-bust FLEX to legit WR3, and Kendrick Bourne would also be in play as a FLEX.WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endMarquise Brown injury updateUPDATE 2: Brown is officially ACTIVE. UPDATE: Brown is expected to play against the Texans today, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.Brown (ankle) got in limited practices on Wednesday and Friday and is “questionable” for Sunday’s game against the Texans. Brown seems likely to play after suiting up last week and not suffering any reported setbacks. He makes for an excellent WR2 in a favorable matchup against Houston. WEEK 11 DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPPIs Gerald Everett playing Sunday night?UPDATE: Everett is officially ACTIVE.last_img read more