Sin maquillage, ni vestida, ni bien teñida. Dicen que nos quieren libres e independientes, inteligentes e interesantes, coquetas pero no cursis. Yo no me creo nada. Yo soy una y libre.
Pies para que los quiero si tengo alas para volar.
Some of us think we're too big....Cah the system, gives us jobs “9 to 5 you know the drill. Weekends are a short lived thrill...Sad to see the old slave mill is grinding slow but grinding still…” #DamianMarley#JrGong#feministrevolution
If you need me I'll be at the women's studies section at Barnes&Noble🙃
Você sabe que a sua tpm não é frescura né?
Cólica, dor de cabeça, cansaço, seios doloridos, inchaço, mau humor, enjoo, insônia. Tudo cooperando para o seu mal estar, sensação de depressão. Calma!
Não é o fim do mundo é a merda da tpm, enchendo o saco mais um mês!
A coisa é mais séria do que a maioria das pessoas imagina, tem até projeto de lei, para dar três dias de descanso as mulheres nessa fase, já que em alguns casos o nosso nível de produtividade diminui.
É o período que muitas se afogam em chocolate/ sorvete, pós trabalho, faculdade,rotina puxada e cansativa.
Tem diversos tipos de tpm e recomendações. Para algumas é até necessário acompanhamento médico, para controlar não só a pré menstruação mas também as cólicas!
Procure um profissional que te ajude a passar por esse momento, porque não é frescura da sua parte e nem exagero. Nesse período é legal cuidar da alimentação, praticar exercício, evitar café e refrigerantes.
Cada uma sente de uma forma, se cuida ta ? ❤🌻⚢🌌
Caroline Vilas Boas
As a Woman, lately I've been really thinking about my lineage and the history of Women as a collective.
Since the 50's and 60s we, as Women, began our revolution. We began to demand equal rights. We started pushing back, standing up and speaking up.
We began realizing the roles, the expectations & the messaging surrounding our gender and worth was skewed and did not accurately represent us. Women began shaking things up and challenging the status quo and damanded they deserved to be treated equally and with respect in the home, in the workforce, in society etc.
For decades, as a collective, Women have continued to "fight". We've continued to march and we've continued to demand in the efforts to heal the wounds caused by centuries of being objectified, disrespected and treated like second class citizens.
We've been angry and we've had every right to be.
But, you see, in so many ways so many of us are still buying into the same fantasy that we as a collective have tried so hard to detach from.
In our anger and pain, so many of us are waiting for someone to save us. We feel we are owed it.
But, you see, this is not how we will turn things around and create a lasting change for ourselves and generations to come.
If we continue to believe that we're snow white and a prince is coming to save us we'll never wake up. And even if that prince comes, we still will continue to ask for more and feel we need to be saved again and again and again.
Until we make a choice to rise and activate our own power and until we are willing to change the narrative and write our own true story, we, as a collective will not turn things around.
We're never going to feel powerful, confident and respected until we start treating ourselves this way.
It is I who must turn myself on and take action to prove my worth to myself. This in turn lights the way for my success. Until I do this, nothing will change.
No amount of saving is going to heal the wounds caused by patriarchy. It is I who must make a choice to rise.
Until we let go of the fantasy, we will not be free. We must save ourselves and know the white knight is you.
I had a great weekend visiting my nieces and nephew. One of my awesome nieces got to play Helena in her school production of Midsummer Night's Dream, and the other is in her fourth year of doing the Dickens Fair and absolutely loving it. She got special telegram from me in the middle of the 1800s. 😉 #thefeministrevolution#feministrevolution
" 'Feminine identity' seems to me to be a subject that is worthy of treatment in art, like any other thing in our lives, but whose are the images by which we identify treatment of feminine identity, are they the woman's? Or are they those of the society which defines the 'woman'?" – Dganit Berest, Feminine Presence: Israeli Women Artists in the Seventies and Eighties Exhibition Catalog, @telavivmuseum, 1990.
Dganit Berest, The Circle by Virginia, 1976.
AF3IRM’s #MeToo rally featured on the largest media network in the Philippines: “We want to uplift those voices that may be marginalized and say this doesn’t only impact people in Hollywood. This doesn’t only impact people in academia, it impacts everyday women,” said Ivy Quicho, an organizer from AF3IRM. “And everyday, perpetrators are often people we know. Not just this big-wig public people in positions of power. i, individually, have been a survivor of child sexual abuse, also of rape, when I was in high school. On a personal level, I’m here because I want to share my story with other survivors and tell them they’re worth it. For me, personally, what’s been central to my healing has been my organizing with AF3IRM.” #af3irm#af3irmhawaii#metoo#feministrevolution
This is a shout out to my mentally and physically ill babes who manage to get up and go to work everyday.
The babes who hold down a full time job even when they lack motivation.
The babes who push through excruciating physical pain just to be at work.
The babes who's work is to look after children every day of the year despite the bad days.
The babes who's bodies and minds are screaming at them to get back into bed but go out anyway.
The babes who's colleagues make jokes and are insensitive to what's really going on.
The babes who press on throughout it all, because they have to.
I'm here for you.
I see you.
You are so very strong and courageous.
You are doing an amazing thing.
I'm so proud of you.
Niki de Saint Phalle, Jean Tinguely, and Per Olof Utvedt, Hon: en katederal, 1966, at @modernamuseet.
"My intentions in publishing this poster [were] to identify and commemorate women artists, who were getting little recognition at the time, by presenting them as the grand subject—while spoofing the patriarchy for cutting women out of positions of power and authority" – Mary Beth Edelson
Mary Beth Edelson, Some Living American Women Artists/Last Supper, 1972, lithograph on paper, @Smithsonian American Art Museum.
#onset at #lowereastsidegirlsclub today and talking to #mymini about the importance of #feminism .
time to return to the #matriarchy . .
#gratitude for the multitude of #women originators, educators, leaders, nurturers, innovators, warriors, resistors & revolutionaries... known and unknown. .
@badasscrossstitch created this piece over a year ago in response to the “grab them by the pussy” offense by the current #misogynist in the #whitehouse . It took a white man posting this a few weeks ago for the image to go viral...and then weeks before she was acknowledged and recognized as the artist.
the movement is slowly rising.
the conversations are being unearthed.
now that more stories & accusations are being heard ... more women coming forth....#metoo , i wonder what kind of conversations #realmen are having with each other... any man who agrees with this statement needs to be having paradigm-shifting conversations with his friends, male family members, sons & nephews.
time to change the language and the way we talk about #respect#selfresponsibility ...it’s also time to shift #who is talking... time for more #courageous men like #jacksonkatz speaking out and educating current and future leaders... and addressing the crucial point: in order to change the #way women are treated we need to change the #waywespeak and the types of conversations we have in #raisingboys if we have any hope of escavating our world out of the #misogynistic state of emergency we are currently in. .
.if you haven’t seen Jackson Katz’s #tedtalk .
#Repost @badasscrossstitch 🙏🏽