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▶ was machen schöne brüste für euch aus? ⠀
straffe, pralle brüste - das ist oft das schönheitsideal. frauen, die nicht diesem bild entsprechen, leiden darunter oder müssen sich dumme kommentare anhören.
schluss damit! unter #saggyboobsmatter, kreiert von chidera eggerue @theslumflower, feiern sich z.b. frauen, die einen hängebusen haben. super viele frauen haben hängebrüste - mit der zeit oder nach einer schwangerschaft ist das auch völlig normal. so sehen natürliche brüste einfach aus! ⠀
lasst uns unsere unterschiedlichen brüste feiern. egal ob große, kleine, symmetrische oder unsymmetrische brüste, oder festes und weiches bindegewebe.
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #bodypositivity #brüste #hängebrust #hängebusen #representationmatters #diversität #diversity#vielfalt#selbstliebe#selflove#achtsamkeit#bewusstleben#bewussterleben #natürlich #schönheit #empowerment#glanzundnatur
I had this in my stories yesterday. but i think it’s important enough to add as a post.
i am going to be uncomfortably honest and real. having grown up in a bigoted household and living an extremely whitewashed life until probably my 30s (yikes), i never truly understood my privilege or the true obstacles for bipoc, lgtbq+, people with disabilities, and non-christians in our society. i thought it was all a bunch of bs. i believed in the “chip on their shoulder.” ugh. it feels absolutely gross to admit that.
but as i have read more, expanded my circle of people, taught more children of color, and found amaze-balls people here on the #teachergram, i have come to understand how absolutely wrong i was.
You matter to me... and so does representation ☆ for the first time in it's over three year run, all three leading women of @waitressmusical were last night played by women of colour. three beautiful women portraying fragile yet strong, emotional, powerful and fearfully fearless characters with emotional arcs and storylines that didn't pertain specifically to the colour of their skin. while last night was, rightfully so, a big night, i can not wait until it isn't a big night. until it's just a normal night. until there just happens to be more people of colour/varying racial backgrounds onstage than caucasian people. until people of colour don't have to squint to see themselves represented on stage in the ensemble or hope to catch a swing/standby/understudy on for the lead. until it doesn't take 3 years, a (beautifully done) star casting, and an understudy for history to be made ||#representationmatters
It has been one very busy week. i am ready to sit back and finish watching years and years on hbo and plan out next week. how was your week?
2,557 764 days ago
New phone, who dis? 💅🏿💅🏾💅🏽💅🏼💅🏻 we are living for this boss energy via mega talented designer shubhika @papadontpreachbyshubhika 🔥
2,842 103 days ago
upon hearing the historic news about bowen yang becoming the first east asian cast member of saturday night live, i was overjoyed. it’s about d**n time—bowen’s made history! he belongs in 17.21 men, a league of extraordinary asian-pacific islander men.
by now, i’m sure you’ve heard the other snl news. i refuse to mention one of the new cast members by name, but he’s cast a shadow on what should be a celebratory time. in his non-apology, this racist (misogynist, and homophobe) talks about taking risks in his comedy. the very people he targeted are the ones who actually took risks—ones who (or whose parents, grandparents, great-grandparents) risked their lives to come to a country that didn’t want them. see: yellow peril, people v. hall, chinese exclusion act, immigration act of 1924 (oriental exclusion act), lum v. rice, anti-filipino riot of 1930, and executive order 9066, just to name a few. continuing to marginalize us now in 2019, and being given such a huge platform as snl, is irresponsible and dangerous. i’m reminded of these powerful images from the 1970s. we continue to fight almost 50 years later for recognition, representation, and visibility.
♀from the 17.21 archives: july 22, 2017
members of the association of asian pacific american artists (aapaa) protesting yellowface in hollywood, 1970s (but still relevant and happening today)
photos courtesy of public radio international (pri)
2,006 246 days ago
Love this for all of us!!! 👸🏽💪🏽 brown girls are here to present our own narratives, create beautiful multifaceted identities and blur cultural boundaries by fusing south asian culture with pop culture; because you’ll never influence the world by being just like it 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 thank you @bbc and @dhruti_journo for this incredibly meaningful piece! link in bio for full article 💫
If you haven’t unwillingly shown rando guests your homework/dancing/singing are you even brown?? 💁🏽♀️ we are losing it at this accurate af skit by @sharifaeasmin 😂😂😂