Does anyone else find it completely appalling that I can be sent home from school wearing this outfit in 80 degree weather, in a school with no air conditioning simply because it’s too ‘provocative’?
Last time I checked, I was in charge of MY body, and if you don’t like the tops of my thighs, my shoulders or my comfort level, that’s YOUR problem not mine.
I have been called out in the middle of class before and told to change my shirt, or shorts or whatever their issue is. It’s humiliating, and wrong. I’m sick and tired of all these rules and limitations as to how I’m allowed to present myself as a woman. It’s sexist, chauvinistic and borderline misogynistic. We should not be made to feel ashamed of our own anatomy.
I’ve never met a man who has felt confident and sexy in his body. The media tells women that they are divine and beautiful and works of art. It tells them that they need to be this way, and makes them diet and obsess about it.
The media tells men that we are big and hairy and…
I don’t agree with all of this entirely, but it’s p awesome to acknowledge this kinda stuff
A /VIBE KICK COLLAB/
Backyard vibes has been a wonderful opportunity to try something new with a friend. And he did an amazing drawing, capturing the picture in my head. More vibes coming soon. So, as he’d say: Dig yourself, dig the day and dig your words.