unknwnpleasures:

I finally did it… I modeled a bunch of plus size clothes for my etsy store! A couple aren’t on yet and I have a few more bits and pieces still to come but I’m too excited not to share! Tell ur friends and maybe buy something so I can continue my search for ALL the cute clothes :-)
https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/shopSHEWOLF?section_id=14272009

Also if you want to support me but don’t want/need/can’t afford clothes you can like my FB page <3
https://www.facebook.com/SheWolfVintage

And just for fun here is my personal style blog:
http://framedame.blogspot.com.au/

xx

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babyjanehudsonbeauty:

Suspiria (1977)

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cuntyspice:

Imagine if nicki had actual fat girls in her video tho

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THE FACTS ABOUT SYNTHIA-CHINA BLAST & LAVERNE COX

defendtranswomen:

  • SYNTHIA-CHINA BLAST DID NOT RAPE EBONY NICOLE WILLIAMS. There was never any evidence to support the allegation that she did, and she was acquitted after witnesses discredited the claim.

  • SYNTHIA-CHINA BLAST DID NOT MURDER EBONY NICOLE WILLIAMS. She had no role in the murder whatsoever - she was called upon to clean up the scene, and could have faced serious repercussions had she not done it.
  • SYNTHIA-CHINA BLAST IS A LIFELONG SURVIVOR OF INCARCERATION. She was first incarcerated when she was 16 years old, and has endured 22 years of sexual abuse, solitary confinement, constant harassment by law enforcement, and deprivation of needed care. By submitting her statement to the Sylvia Rivera Law Project for Laverne to read, she put herself at tremendous personal risk for the sake of speaking out against the violences committed against her and other trans women of color in & out of prison.

Given these facts, what TWEFs are doing here should be obvious. Laverne Cox, and the woman she is giving voice to, are trans women of color taking a stand against the mass incarceration and institutional abuse of trans women of color. TWEFs, due to their dogged loyalty to transmisogyny and white supremacy, are deeply invested in the mass incarceration and institutional abuse of trans women of color. To the end of derailing resistance, they are callously leveraging (a) the death of a young girl, & (b) the discourse that trans women of color are physically and sexually violent, against both Laverne and Synthia. It’s shameful, evil, transparent shit.

Signal boost the shit out of this post, make your own posts to help spread the word, and do your part to actively rebuff & discredit the violent claims being made against these two women. DON’T BE COMPLICIT IN THIS CAMPAIGN AGAINST LAVERNE & SYNTHIA!!! 

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if you’re in to the glowing skin and “natural” or “no make up” looks, these two products are really good on their own and  together to create skin that looks like skin, but has incredible illumination. elizabeth arden flawless finish mousse make up is the nicest foundation i have ever used. i usually hate mousse make up, but this one is different as it’s a very watery liquid that pumps in to a foam, and when you blend it out it magically becomes the perfect consistency, fits to your skin tone and goes so far!  
the jemma kidd front cover touch up concealer is not a gleaming/glowy product but is also not completely matte. it does provide great illumination under the eyes, and i put it on the sides of my face and around my nose where i have severe redness that the light coverage foundation doesn’t completely cover up. i pat it in to the skin with the same brush i blended in my foundation with and it works beautifully. 
the foundation is buildable if you allow it to dry between applications, and i have applied more of it to my red areas to skip concealer before and it looked nice. 
i was lucky enough to get them both for $5 in discount bins in chemist warehouse and mychemist, because i only buy make up on sale and look for bargains constantly. in australia i think i saw somewhere that the foundation retails for around $50 and the concealer for around $20. 

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fyeahwomenartists:

Lena C. Emery"Urban Nature" photograph series

fyeahwomenartists:

Lena C. Emery
"Urban Nature" photograph series

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