Dear “Ratchet” Women,
I will respect and love you no matter how you present yourself, what you wear, how loud you are, and how “unclassy” you are. Why? Because too many men and women want you to change yourself before they can love and respect you. They want you to be the kind of humans that make them comfortable and easy for them to love. I’m glad God doesn’t say, “Be perfect or be better if you want my love and respect.”
Loving ALL Women, Not Just The Ones Who Are Easy To Get Along With
— (via inkdroptheory)
"Fed up with the false ideals around post-baby beauty, photographer and mother from Chicago, Ashlee Wells Jackson, launched a project designed to thrust the "real" post baby body into the spotlight.
The 4th Trimester Body Project is dedicated to embracing the beauty inherent in the changes brought to our bodies by motherhood, childbirth and breastfeeding..”
this is beautiful, motherhood is beautiful!
this body made a person
NEW POST | The Concept of Being Alone
Asking women to respect themselves in order to ‘earn’ the right to be treated like a human being is total horseshit. But suggesting that you have the right to treat her exactly as you please because she didn’t adhere to your archaic views of feminine propriety is misogyny, plain and simple.”
— Clementine Ford (via jkwithers)
Mindy Kaling on Elle.
The Black woman is the most unprotected, unloved woman on earth…she is the only flower on earth…that grows unwatered.”
Marina Rinaldi Campaign of 12 international #plussize bloggers for the #womenareback campaign learn more here: http://thecurvyfashionista.com/2013/09/marina-rinaldi-womenareback-official-campaign-launch/
A woman is not written in braille, you don’t have to touch her to know her.”
— (via uoa)