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The Selfie Obsessed Generation
“Can somebody please tell women duck face is NOT a good look?”
Isn’t it interesting how all pictures with women are now taken a certain way – booty out, tummy in, lips puckered and at an angle you think you look thin in?
Can somebody please tell women duck face is NOT a good look?
We seem to be having a Stepford Wives situation, where society has convinced women that having any semblance of originality, uniqueness or – lo and behold – personality is utterly unacceptable and that conformity in terms of thought (or lack of), how we dress, how big our booty is, how tiny our waists are – is what life is about.
Pssst. Let me let you in on a little secret here.
That empty unfulfilled feeling you have at the end of the day when you peel off those clothes that look you look like you cant breathe in, wipe off the makeup after a day of talking in a high pitched voice to so-called ‘friends’ after 24 hours of no substantial food or water lest you ingest a real calorie – there is a calling that reminds you there is something deeper.
And that calling is true.
It’s the call of your soul that yearns to be free of any form of conformity, to dance through life in all of its magnificence, to express your gifts in all their splendor and – wait for it – to take a photo the way you choose.
Time to step up.