Oletteko koskaan kuulleet Emily Searsista? Nyt kuulette. Tämä ”naapurintyttömäinen”, upea ja söpö mallikaunotar on hivenen yli kolmekymppinen glamourmalli, jonka juuret johtavat Australiaan. Hän asuu kuitenkin Yhdysvalloissa.
Nainen on kaikin tavoin täydellinen. Tästä kiltinnäköisestä neidosta, jolla on rillit kuoriutuu hetkessä uskomaton seksipommi, jolla on kurvit todellakin oikeissa kohdissa!
Ei puhettakaan anorektisista, langanlaihoista malleista Emilyn kohdalla.
Kerta kaikkiaan upea ilmestys. Mitä tässä jankkaamaan, katso itse ja tykkää. Sillä muutahan tässä ei voi.
Often, when I share articles or thoughts regarding things I believe are important, I'm faced with the criticism that I'm not the person for the job, because of the provocative nature of my work and content, (or the projections placed upon it). I always wonder, why not? If not me, then who? People suggest because I have male fans, I shouldn't get to talk about feminism.. but I wonder, if everyone who followed me was already an empowered, fiercely feminist woman, wouldn't I simply be preaching to the choir? I'm aware that I'm not what people expect me to be, but I'm proud to embrace that as my power. I'm grateful for the ability to present ideas to people who might have otherwise never thought twice. I don't have the power to enforce these ideas-people are only ever capable of understanding from their own point of reference or experience. What I have to say is about me, how others receive it is about them. That's ok, and I stand by the value of having a voice simply because of the countless messages of support from men (and women) who have thanked me for sharing. I think anytime we have the ability to challenge stereotypes, we bridge gaps between one another and find connection. The inherent belief that my work, pictures of my body, invalidates my mind, even as far reaching as people assuming I don't actually enjoy what I do (it's been about 10 years and I haven't quit yet) is essentially tied into slut shaming, and the denial of my agency. I'm not suggesting men shouldn't like sexy pictures of women, only that they remember and maintain that we're whole people. Powerful women come in all kinds of packages. Let's continue to embrace that. We are witnessing an era of change. ✨ ?@maryhollandlingerie ❤️ @rockybatchelor