#selflove is this easy? HELL NO! To love your body or self at all stages, no matter what, in today's society.... close to impossible right? Well let's practice some more of who gives a fuck what other people think about you! Who's with me🙋🏼? The most challenging and significant relationship you'll ever have in life is the relationship you have with yourself. Take care of this relationship the same as you would any other important relationship in your life. Spend the time, put in the work, take care, listen, have respect. How else will you know your self worth, let alone someone else if you don't? #dowhatmakesyouhappy#respect#yourself
Perwakilan Kabomania turut menghadiri acara #oktobersakral hari jadi Ultras Persikabo Curva Sud yang ke 8-tahun. Acara ini dihadiri berbagai elemen suporter dari berbagai penjuru. Sukses @upcs09 !
Photos of : @mardany1973 .
What a special experience we had tonight at @dulles_airport for @Honorflights!!! Despite the plane being delayed many hours, we still decided to go and it was so worth it. There were over 100 vets on the flight including 9 from WW2! I couldn't keep the tears back seeing Bennett and Tenley shake hands with these heroes and especially when the vets shook Jackson's hand. I'd definitely recommend trying this with your family sometime!! #thankful#veterans#honorflights#iad#honor#respect special thanks to @acoyle2001 @leeniebean for joining me!!!
Why your 'sexy nun' costume isn't funny. Denver, Colo., Oct 23, 2017 / 03:53 am (CNA).- In 2015, the president of the University of Louisville issued an official apology, after a photo depicting him dressed in Mexican stereotypes for Halloween was criticized as insensitive and derogatory. “I want to personally apologize for the recent incident and any pain that it may have caused our students, faculty, staff and the community. We did not intend to cause harm or to be insensitive,” President James R. Ramsey said in a statement at the time.
In 2016, a student was expelled from his fraternity at the University of Central Arkansas for posting a picture of himself in blackface for Halloween.
This year, many have voiced offense at a new “Anne Frank” costume.
Over the past few years, several colleges and universities have issued guidelines and warnings on insensitive Halloween costumes, asking students to steer clear of costumes that may offend cultures, races, or minority groups.
Seemingly still permissible, though, are the “sexy nun,” and “pregnant nun” costumes that inevitably show up in Halloween advertisements and stores this time of year, and are often absent from lists of potentially offensive and insensitive Halloween attire. But is wearing a sexy nun costume any less offensive than donning a sombrero and fake mustache? “This reflects a coarseness in the culture,” Sister Gilmary Kay of the Religious Sisters of Mercy told CNA. “It’s not a surprise that such things exist….(but) it’s alarming, it’s such an offense against goodness and sacredness,” she said.
Not only do such costumes denigrate each woman who is a religious sister, they also denigrate God, she noted. “It’s not that each sister is good, but what they represent is good. Consecrated persons are given to God alone, ‘consecrata’ means to be set apart for a holy purpose. As a culture, we should honor those things that remind us of goodness or high ideals, even if you’re not Catholic,” she said. “So to disrespect a sister in that way, it’s a mockery of not just her or the Church, but ultimately God.”...cont below...#nuns#respect -holiness #servantsofgod#catholic#holy