So according to Victoria’s Secret I can love my body if my waist is the size my thigh currently is, if I am 5’ 9”, if I have long slightly wavy brown or blonde hair, and if I am either white or one very specific shade of brown. Thanks for that, I’ll log that away.
this is perfect^
so according to Dove you’re not real and beautiful if you’re skinny as VS models are?
No. According to Dove and like real friken life, superficiality is not the only option to feel beautiful.
Victoria’s Secret propagates that the only way to beauty is their way, but Dove stresses that in reality, the everyday woman does not look like that.
This is fuckin’ stupid, but I don’t see anything wrong with the Victoria Secret campaign as much as I am for the Dove campaign.
Both are beautiful. I love the reverse discrimination. Everyone needs to shut the fuck up and enjoy women.
I agree with the comment above! Shut up, and love yourself!
I am letting go of all my fears…
The Scars of Stop-and-Frisk
A short documentary film on New York’s stop-and-frisk policing focuses on Tyquan Brehon, a young man in Brooklyn who says he was stopped more than 60 times before age 18.