A photo of my arm with bandage due to my implant as same time holding tate after 15 mins. of tantrum. same time looking out for katrina to see if she is ok. i really think that as a woman. people expect too much from us. your kid does not suppose to cry and people will ask why is your child crying or stare at you badly. like breastfeeding in public people will look at you like you are doing something wrong. being a mom is already hard especially when you do not have any help but being a woman shouldn't be as hard as being a mom because people can easily critize you simply because you are a woman. #mythoughts#womensright
》a woman should be two things: who and what she wants《
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I made my pledge to share the awareness with everyone 💕
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Now, you may have heard before that jews and muslims have a long-time beef, so wait to you get a load of this✡️☪️: 🗣#theselfiethatcausedhell miss iraq contestant from the miss universe pageant, sarah idan, received death threats after posting a selfie with miss israel, adar gandelsman. the two women took the picture during a pre-pageant photo shoot in las vegas.
before posting the selfie, idan said, “let’s take a picture so our people can see we don't have a problem and we're actually ambassadors for peace.” (#worldpeace i can dig it) #badideaunfortunately😞 💦sooooo long story short idan was challenged by the miss iraq organization to remove the photo. idan refused to take the photo down #yougogirl. [swipe] idan says she was also being threatened online because she wore a bikini during one of the preliminary competitions 😱[swipe ⬅️] #thelittlethingsweamericantakeforgranted
it’s crazy all of this is over a selfie. even though america does some crazy stuff that i don’t agree with, i will forever appreciate the freedom (well, somewhat lol) we have. will this beautiful selfie bring peace…. or war? #worldpeaceornah#girlpower 💪🏽💕 #trendytopic#whatyallthink#iraq#middleeast#news#missuniverse#missiraqyouareawarriorforwomen#missiraqandmissisrael
oh yea, idan says she has no regrets about posting the photo💁🏽#enoughisenough#womensright #periodt.
Dainty campaign is an awareness campaign about women’s right, we aim to spread awareness about how all over the world, women and girls are held back by violence, lack of representation in politics, badly paid and unsafe work, and lack of access to education.
these constant abuses of their rights keep women in poverty, and hold back their families and communities too.
our objective is to help women fight for their right.
حملة dainty هي حملة توعية حول حق المرأة، ونحن نهدف إلى نشر الوعي حول في جميع أنحاء العالم، والنساء والفتيات يعوقها العنف، وانعدام التمثيل في السياسة، والعمل بأجر سيئة وغير آمنة، وعدم الحصول على التعليم.
وتؤدي هذه الانتهاكات المستمرة لحقوقهن إلى إبقاء النساء في حالة فقر، وتعطيل أسرهن ومجتمعاتهن المحلية أيضا.
هدفنا هو مساعدة النساء على الكفاح من أجل حقهن.
Jojo pearson (@lemonadejar), photographed & written in july (2017).
(full set on my patreon)
text posted as parts in the comments due to ig character limit. (1/2) “i stopped shaving because i have extremely sensitive skin and my hair grows quite fast. it began to get painful because of the spots and cuts from shaving so regularly and it didn’t even look nice because of how rashy my underarms were. i started to question why i had to put my skin through this every day, even though all the men that i knew weren’t expected to. i realised how ridiculous it was and from then on only shaved when i actually wanted to (which is very rare and has become less and less). ⠀
at first i felt like i needed to hide my hair all the time in case someone saw and made a horrible comment. but after going out plenty of times without shaving i gained a lot more confidence. i feel more in tune with my body now that i’m not damaging my skin and taking more care of it. i also feel empowered by not shaving. for so long i had conformed to society’s expectations of what a woman should look like and i finally realised that i was beautiful regardless of whether i shave or not. i really inspired myself in a way, it can take a lot to go against what everyone sees as beautiful and normal, but i’m proud of myself for doing it.”
Prise de position - yes abortion
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(full set on my patreon) alex wellburn for natural beauty. photographed in may & written in july (2017).
text posted as parts in the comments due to ig character limit.
(1/6) at this point in life, i feel that the real question shouldn’t be ‘why did you let your armpit hair grow?’ but actually, ‘why did you shave in the first place?’
i’ve always been very hairy, as a child, teenager and now woman. i always felt very insecure about this as a teenager, thanks to the stigma perpetuated by society that it was not feminine to display the hair on your arms, legs and armpits.
i used to spend many hours shaving and also spent a lot of money on razors, creams and sticking plasters only to end up with skin irritations and unnecessary infectious spots that take an age to heal until the next time i had to start the cycle all over again. ⠀
one day my physical and mental irritation got so intense that i realised that shaving was not healthy for my skin. i did feel slightly unsure at first, however, it felt really good afterwards as i knew that by not shaving was making my skin healthier and what i was doing was in some way liberating me from the stigmas and layers of society that i’d been put upon as a child.
i come from venezuela, where the beauty industry for women has become a national pastime for some and an obsession for others. in the last three decades, venezuela has won more beauty titles than any other country; miss world, miss universe and miss wherever… many venezuelan mothers impose the rules of the beauty industry almost as soon as you are born, babies getting their ears pierced a week after they’ve come out of the hospital. as soon as a camera appears at any social gathering, young girls immediately strike a fashion model pose with arms on the hips. to appear ‘perfect’, many families go into debt to pay for their daughter’s plastic surgery from the age of 13, in the hope that their princess will be talent spotted at the mall and be the next miss venezuela.
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#firstname.lastname@example.org debuts solo art showcase
it promises to be an evening of amazing discussion, poetry, and also a rare opportunity of seeing three amazing ladies use their art as a tool for advocacy against r**e and s****l violence as they would be painting on separate canvas to form a bigger picture. each s****e as a protest against s****l violence and abuse of women's right.
the all female group, createves which consist of harriet ekwueme, olufunke esekhalu and adebimpe owoyemi whose work consists of a series of plein-air paintings in various media, celebrating and honoring women around the world.
the evening will also witness a poetry recital by the talented aye-ola mabiaku,a talented poet and female human right activist.
event kicks off at 2pm at the @revolving art incubator at the silver bird galleria.
These doctors are a couple of awsome, down to earth, fun loving and smart men!! they created our incredible supplement line to support our right to fight campaign. to aid in the well being of our men prostate and testosterone health as well as the health of our brain and overall s****l health for both men and women!!