This is a picture of my favorite body parts on myself.
I recommend everyone to take pictures of their favorite body parts, it really makes you love yourself even more.
I can look at this pic over and over again, and I get more beautiful for each time I look at it :) If I was to have this body type for the rest of my life, I would be totally fine with that. There is really nothing I would change about myself. I feel so pretty, sexy, soft and sweet.
I love to promote body love, because if you love your body as much as I do, you’ll change it only for the fun of it. Really, working out and eating habits is not about the body size anymore, it’s about energy, energy to experience everything I can with this body. I can take my body every where, with confidence. I wish that for every girl in the world. So go take pictures of what you already love about yourself, and feel good about it <3 Love you girls!
That made me wet omg
Most boys are still being raised on misogyny and told how to fake it to get what they want. Most are being raised that a “pussy” is one of the worse insults they could get.
It’s 2014, women have been half the population for, you know, forever and yet we STILL have to fight for women’s rights, that it takes a murderous tragedy to remind people to speak up & be outraged.
Sometimes I think we’ve come so far, then I remember we’ve barely started walking.
IdentityIn a world dominated by pop culture, society and the media – how is identity defined?In collaboration with gallery nine5, Karen Gutfreund, Exhibition Director of the Women’s Caucus for Art, is pleased to announce an international exhibition of 25 works from 21 female artists.Identity seeks to expose the extremism of a consumer culture dominated by Western notions of beauty and the pursuit of idealized feminine perfection by exploring themes of power, representation and objectification. Female artists, in particular, face the challenge of identifying themselves amidst a society determined to do it for them. The artists featured in Identity attempt to manipulate the boundaries of authority and dominance and explore deeper themes of control. The viewer is challenged to confront his or her own gaze on the body and reflect on the psychological aspects of the female persona. Drawing from a feminist perspective, the selected works aim to define gender and identity through the artist’s terms, whether through accepting or rejecting society’s view, and voicing their individual definitions of the powerful feminine.Show opens Saturday, May 31st 6-8pm, and runs until June 29th. Come by the opening and say hello and see the New York premiere of part of my Accoutrement series.Gallery nine5: 24 Spring St, New York, NY 10012