Vicky Form is a Mexican lingerie company that has recently released a campaign called ”New commandments for women.”
1. I shall never call another woman a whore.
2. No one can convince me from not wearing a condom.
3. I shall never get pregnant just to keep a man by my side.
4. No one can judge me based on the number of people I’ve slept with.
5. Is my responsibility to fight for my own (woman) rights.
6. I will not tolerate any kind of violence towards myself.
7. I will not fear or be ashamed if I find myself attracted to woman.
8. It is my decision if i want to get married or not. (and don’t deserve to be judged for it.)
I find this campaign to be a ‘big deal’ for the fact that is released in Mexico. One of the most sexists, closed minded and underdeveloped countries in the world.
Not so many companies take the risk to make advertisements like this because they’re obviously going to be criticized and possibly be affected by it.
Someone is taking the risk, telling the truth, and trying to get to the minds of the people. Sharing the fact that we are all human, and have to be equally treated like it, leading to a better and more developed society.
Its a big step for Mexico, and for women.
We need this here.
Someone wanted this rebloggable
Photographer’s girlfriend leads him around the world.
I want a husband like that.
This is actually really fucking beautiful
rebloggable by request
i actually started crying ok whoever made this is a genius
/casually vomits because no, nope, nope, stop that’s a really unhealthy attitude to have
/casually vomits because you don’t understand
Many of us were excluded, lonely and depressed before we joined any fandoms. We found refuge in the stories and comfort in the characters. We found people with similar interests and gained friends who understood and sympathized with us. When the stories hurt us we found solace in the fact that we are not alone in feeling this way. In many ways to many people these stories saved our lives. Some might have been pointing towards suicide, but maybe the Doctor and his story stopped some. That’s what matters, because we owe these stories our life. We owe it to the Doctor, the Winchesters, the Avengers and whatever fandom you might be in. They’re always there and always will be even when all others abandon us. I can honestly say that I was in deep depression before I started watching Doctor Who and the story very much pulled me from that place and changed who I am, made me who I am today. The 14,000 notes on this post show that I am not alone and none of us are.
Unhealthy is to reblog skinny and tanned girls like it’s a religion
Unhealthyis think depressed people have no reasons to be like that because they’re not starving
Unhealthyis to make people think they are not worth it because they’re either too fat or to skinny, or because they don’t dress fashionably so therefore they’re considered “ugly”
Unhealthy is to go through this unbelievably hard life without a single person caring about you
Unhealthyis to make fun of other people choices
Unhealthyis someone commenting on something they don’t understand, and worse, something they don’t want to understand
So next time think about what you’re doing before you open your mouth to say something so ignorant like that.
I am actually crying right now. I tried to kill myself when I was 13. I was bullied at school and abused at home. I tried to hang myself. As I had the noise around my neck I tried to think of a reason to live. The only reason I could think of was that I won’t know what happened in Harry Potter. I literally owe J.K.Rowling my life.
I’m reading up on the Memoirs of a Geisha controversy, since I’d neither seen the movie nor read the book, and the more I read about it, the more pissed off I get. Basically it went down like this:
Japanese woman tells white American man about her past life as a geisha. White American man then writes a novel that sells itself as an accurate memoir of Japanese woman’s life, but instead falsifies a number of her life events, misrepresents her trade, and exoticises her culture. He also names her as a source even though she specifically asked him to keep her anonymous. Japanese woman gets death threats. White American man becomes bestselling author.
Then Japanese woman gets fed up and writes her own memoir to set the record straight. Meanwhile, white American man’s book gets adapted into a film that grosses $162 million and wins three Oscars.
This is why I can’t stand Memoirs of a Geisha and will side-eye anyone who claims that book as a favourite.
never read the book watched the movie wasn’t anything special the actors were nice to look at
i found this out after i read memoirs of a geisha. although honestly since it was written by a white guy you can’t expect anything better. it’s like they don’t get that fiction is fine but not when it’s about somebody’s culture and livelihood and especially not if you’re marketing it as accurate.
and the worst lie in the whole thing is that she sold her virginity to the highest buyer. why would you make something like that up?
her memoir is definitely on my reading list. i’m ashamed i didn’t read it before his but i hadn’t heard of it till after when i did research :/
I wish more people knew about the controversy behind this. I own her memoir, and it was one of the most interesting things I had read in quite a while. I’d definitely recommend it to anybody.
looks like I have a new book to buy (because the over 400 books is just a start).
Reading while sitting on a vibrator… skip to 3:00
Today it’s appeared that my real name is not Katya, but Britt :)
www.voyeurweb.com - this site is operated by cheaters and very dishonest people.
I reported stolen pictures sent them the letter, put comments (twice) in the gallery, but what they did? They removed my comments, ignored report and direct message to them.
I do not mind people use my pictures, when they like them and they do it with respect to me, but this site does it just because of money, to attract more people to pay for other sections of the site. But if they have stolen content in free section, so what you expect to see in closed one?
It’s a good evidence what is their real face - these people see private pictures as the way to earn money and only. They sold honesty for income.
Please, if you respect me, reblog this message and let other people know and think before pay to this site for stolen content and before contribute anything to them.
Your Katya Clover