~Trained lace gown, circa Two-piece re-embroidered lace on net. Boned bodice with pleated short sleeves. Pink silk cummerbund with self flower and shoulder drape. Skirt has deep hem ruffle to train, non-conforming silk under-dress. Via Whitaker Auctions.
Pope Francis picks new leader for troubled Vatican Bank
British woman Harnaam Kaur started growing facial hair at 16 as a side effect of polycystic ovary syndrome. She tried waxing, shaving and bleaching before being baptised a Sikh, which forbids the cutting of body hair.
From @amystrozzi's story ✊ of course reproductive health and rights is one of the fundamentals and bases for feminism but it is still very dangerous towards any woman to think that having a uterus equates being a woman ---- this ideology excludes gender non conforming people and trans men who should be considered valid pieces in fighting for reproductive freedom it reinstates the same binary logic that has kept us back for so long because thinking of women as just walking uteruses is opp...
"She has a quiet confidence that screams loud. She is humble, but strong. She is stable, but rebellious. She is giving, but not naive. She chooses her battles wisely. She'll stay silent until its time to fight.and when that time comes; FIGHT she does"
Has the word "Latinx" ever come across your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram? The letter "x," instead of say an "o" or an "a," is not a typo. In fact, that final letter is very intentional. The "x" makes Latino, a masculine identifier, gender-neutral. It also moves beyond Latin@ – which has been used in the past to include both masculine and feminine identities – to encompass genders outside of that limiting man-woman binary.