I admire these women for blending their faith with fashion that they feel comfortable wearing. I know there is disagreement around how “truly Muslim” their clothing decisions are, but I consider it to be up to the individual to define what their faith (or atheism) means to them, and how they wish to reflect that personal perception back to the world.
Though the semester is coming to end, our work in Bithlo this year is not. Check out the link below to learn how you can support Bithlo’s transformation efforts this holiday season.
My latest blog post on our Project Bithlo website. Check it out, and join the transformation.
Today has been *such* a crazy day, but I am so grateful to the incredible staff & volunteers at @pporlando. I had two sweet notes waiting for me on my desk & @pinkpiratecow bought me some time by asking our volunteers to organize t-shirts, which they did beautifully. Such a positive space of power & support. @sailorrmars
no funny feminist
My friend Natalie found these. Safe to say there are some incredibly hateful & misogynistic people in the world— but that won’t stop me. Only pushes me to do more. And for the record, my bangs aren’t crooked. I am a proud feminist, and have no problem blogging about vaginas either.
The last three photos are haunting.
Heartbreaking but beautiful. Death ends a life, not a relationship.
To Flatten A Heroine: Artist Puts Disney Princess Filter On 10 Real Life Female Role Models
"So that was my intent, to demonstrate how ridiculous it is to paint an entire gender of heroes with one superficial brush."