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iggy1time:

South Haven, MI

iggy1time:

South Haven, MI

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fairytalemood:

"The hostile branches of whistling fog forest" by Brooke Shaden

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xtrandom:

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Andre de Dienes in San Diego in 1946

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denisebefore:

Circus Audience
weegee c.1943

denisebefore:

Circus Audience

weegee c.1943

audreymarilynandgrace:

Grace and her brother

audreymarilynandgrace:

Grace and her brother

First of all, the whole entire world is critical of the way women look. Whether you are a supermodel, a teenager or even Secretary of State, if you’re a female, there are people all around you ready to tell you how bad your body looks. Secondly, the idea that women are valuable only for their beauty permeates nearly every facet of modern society, from the billboards we walk past to the social media we use daily. And this idea that women should be reduced to their appearance originated almost entirely in the minds and actions of men. And it is still largely perpetuated today by men – who run over 90% of our media.


So to say women are their own “worst critics” when it comes to beauty puts the blame on women for a beauty-obsessed, body-shaming and misogynistic world created and maintained largely by dudes.

Miss Representation » Blog Archive » Women Are Not Their Own Worst Beauty Critics

This Dove campaign did not sit right with me from the very beginning. Thank you Miss Representation for putting the words to it.

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