TIME HEALS ALL WOUNDS
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After so long it’s finally here! I’m so excited to share my first official single with you!! “Time Heals All Wounds” Thank you @kennethtenglish @choice6 @evanmiless @christinagcheng @postofficesound @shayan.nedaei for each being an important piece of this puzzle. #grateful #timehealsallwounds link in bio @itunes @spotify
I have always had a complicated relationship with my breasts. I shot up to a C cup in the 8th grade, and I was immediately self conscious about my body, it feels like it happened over night. To add to that discomfort, I immediately noticed the shift in the way people looked at me, overnight my body became "sexual" young boys in middle school are so much fun at that age (sarcasm) and would harass me, I wore clothes to cover them because I didn't want to draw attention. Owning my sexuality wasn't something I had nailed down yet at 13. From that moment on, I realized really quickly that my body also made others uncomfortable, by 9th grade I had hips, booty, and big breasts. At school there was and still is this idea that breasts distract the boys and therefore girls with a bigger chest would be forced to wear completely covered tops even on the hottest days while girls with petite breast were able to wear tank tops and no one had anything to say about it. I always wondered about this double standard that never really went away, as we carry it into our adulthood. When you see a woman with big breasts showing cleavage, even if it's tasteful what's your first impression? Slut? Trashy? Looking for attention? When you look at a woman with the same attire with a more "modest" breast size what's your impression? Chic? Classy? Why? Because right after we finish getting our life source from these beautiful mammaries they are immediately sexualized and taboo in any other context, even breastfeeding ironically, something I will never understand. One of the hardest things to do is to deprogram previously held beliefs about anything, especially a woman's body. These breasts have grown, gotten stretch marks, shrank, grew again and nourished my sweet baby boy, who still worships them lol! I'm finally comfortable with them, love them and appreciate them. #THISONESFORME @theboobbook #internationalwomensday what’s your story?
#nomoretaboob Who would have thought? We are in the middle of another female revolution, you cannot deny what you are seeing and hearing. In order to help make change we have started a world-wide campaign and on March 8th International Women's Day around the world at exactly 1pm EST our sisters, mothers, girlfriends and anyone that relates are all posting at the exact same time to start a conversation about our body, boobs, rights and respect we deserve and stand against the hurt and abuse directed towards the female form. Share your story good or bad with the hashtag #thisonesforme don't sit by while we stand. Say YES because this ones for (you)(me)(us) and it's the only way for change to happen in the world. We are making history. For details sign up at www.theboobbook.com/the-campaign @theboobbook Tag 5 brilliant women that are going to help change the world.
Love, Light & Stardust (*initiative & caption created by @we.want.ev) #fbf