Feminism demands a future free of fat shaming, body obsession and the male gaze.
You Don't Have To Be Slim Or Look A Certain WayTo Enjoy Sex And Relationships.
When I dress, I often look a little slimmer than I actually am. My body can be deceiving. I'm about 4ft in height, with a DD-G chest (depending on the shop that I use!). I have an apple tummy and chunky arms. My tummy is round and plump, it is certainly not washboard or skinny!
The female gaze
Through her eyes The term "female gaze" was coined by feminist film theorist ,Laura Mulvey, in order to combat the "male gaze"theories. To say that women don't have to exist in a world where they are under the attention of straight men at all times. Nor do they have to be represented by anyone in a negative or untrue way. To say that there is a chance to be seen as beautiful, sexual, and intelligent human being without being considered an accessory. There is a chance to lead and feel heard. So that women don't feel that they have to subject themselves to the idea that in order to be desired,or respected, they have to take part in the male fantasy. Whereas the male gaze may be focused on sexualizing and objectifying women, the female gaze is the opposite. Being that it focuses on how there is more to a woman than just her body and sexuality. However her sexuality is still a part of her, it's just a small aspect of who she is. Not her entire personality, or reason for being on earth.
Falling out of Intimacy
One time my OBGYN prescribed me antidepressants. Her name was Tracey, and she had cutesy pins of uteruses on her white doctor’s coat. Do we have to hyper-femininize everything?
Types of Bras Every Woman Should Know
Did you had any idea about that 64% of women are wearing some wrong bra? Furthermore, unexpectedly 24% know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are wearing some unacceptable size. No big surprise we just can hardly wait to pull the bra off the second we arrive at home! We as a whole are accomplishing something essentially off-base. So I needed to observe a technique to this frenzy before it influences me anymore . Basically - begin with an expert fitting, get the various kinds of bras out there and above all put resources into the bra that is intended for YOU. That deals with all your bra hardships thus does this article. Look down to see different bra types with pictures.
Beauty, Judgement and Me
What comes to your mind when you first hear the word “BEAUTY?” When I think of beauty, I think of all the limited capabilities of our society to decide what looks more appealing to them. Beauty is of course a very subjective idea because it varies how you as a viewer want to perceive it. However, we have made our understanding so limited that whenever people or places don't meet the criteria that we have set about them in our mind, we view them as being ugly. Well, let’s not call it ugly because ugly kind of sounds rude right? So, in order to make our limited visualization and acceptance not sound so rude, let’s call the things that do not meet these criteria as Not Beautiful…. or beautiful but…. or “Would have been beautiful if……... and so on.
Want to Build an eBook of Short Stories on Teenage Girl Breast Building?
Because aren't those memories the best? They are usually so funny or insane or embarrassing or a million other things. No question, the journey of zero breasts to fully developed (whatever that might be) is universal and unique for all women.
Women's Adverse Reactions to Birth Control
Women who rely on some form of artificial contraception are increasingly sharing stories about the unexpected, sometimes devastating, side effects. They admit to feeling duped by medical providers who warn them about migraines, nausea, and weight gain, but not about suicidal ideation, blood clots, and embolisms. Medical providers, meanwhile, are influenced by billion-dollar drug companies and political lobbyist pressure to widely prescribe birth control.
Hottest Bods of 2k22
We are back with the Hottest Bods of 2k22 in sports and entertainment! Our acknowledgement of these great women of our culture started during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic as the games and live shows came to a halt. Business has picked back up in sports and entertainment but we are still shining a light on the hard work that these wonderful women have produced on their physiques and in life.
Like most (if not all) women and girls, I have insecurities about my body. I’ve had these insecurities since I was nine years old. I take after the women in my mother’s family, curves everywhere. Even when I’ve been at my skinniest, I’ve had curves. Wide hips, big chest, and always a bit of fat around my belly, thighs, calves and upper arms. I’m 5’5, and my skinniest was 135lbs, wearing a size 2. My weight has gone up, then down, then up, then down, then up again. I’m currently 255lbs, wearing a size 20. I feel the same way about my body now, as I did then. As far as I can tell, those curves and that thickness is always there. The only difference is how obvious it is in photos, how big those curves are. I’ll never have a flat stomach. My arms and legs will never look skinny in proportion to the rest of me. These are facts.
Dear mirror, please tell me why should I trust you?
"For I do not exist: there exist but the thousands of mirrors that reflect me. With every acquaintance I make, the population of phantoms resembling me increase. Somewhere they live, somewhere they multiply. I alone do not exist." - Vladimir Nabokov
The Playlist for Your Entire Cycle
Let’s be real – periods haven’t had the best PR team. They’re positioned as the biggest inconvenience with no fun to be had (and for some folks, yes this can be the case). Which certainly doesn’t set the stage for a healthy and positive relationship with our periods.
Period Sex Is Actually Amazing —
Periods are a physiological cycle that almost everyone with a uterus goes through. Despite the fact that having sex on your period is such a common aspect of our life, religious and social taboos still exist, and there is a dearth of discussion about sexual desire during menstruation as a natural, normal function. In fact, the word "taboo" comes from the Polynesian word "tapua,"