Shaking Up Social Media and How Women Are Portrayed

Inspiration of The WEEK. Being proactive in changing the stereotypes… #GirlPower #WomanPower #Feminist #LikeAGirl

“…once you find your true path in life and do what it takes to follow it, you’ll be the better version of yourself that everyone hopes to be.

Be inspired by the strong trailblazers who have left a wake that shakes things up.

Be challenged by women making art, building skills, making things, and getting business done.

We can all learn from each other’s stories and advice.”

How about I, you ask?
You’re damn right!

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Let’s take a minute to think about women in media and how we’re portrayed. It’s a common enough topic these days. Many of us are aware that our society is continually bombarded with gorgeous glamazon women, thin and flawless, with glowing skin and shiny hair, perfectly positioned, sitting, standing still, just waiting to be admired.
We all know the wonders of Photoshop, the great works of make-up artists, and the phenomena of calorie counting. Even once the smoke and mirrors are revealed, it can still be hard to shake the conditioned image of what women are expected to be in this day and age. Of course what we need is an adjustment of those expectations. We say we’ll think differently and react on a more educated level when we see these constant reminders of what our culture demands of us. But it can be tough to stand strong against the nonstop…

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