30 Women in 30 Days – Day 1
For the next 30 days I’m going to rebel against the conventional ideal image of a woman … a thin youthful body with shapely hips and large breasts.
It’s no wonder some women have no compassion for their bodies. The public image of beauty has become so standardized that if a woman doesn’t measure up to this image she often develops a distorted sense of her own beauty. That’s so very sad.
A woman’s value to society should never be measured by her age or her curves.
Live without pretending.
Love without depending.
Listen without defending.
Speak without offending.
Posted on November 28, 2012, in Art, Dating & Sex, Photography, Poetry, Reality, Relationships, Writing and tagged art, Beauty, Body Image, erotic, healing, inspiration, love, musings, photography, self-love, women, writing. Bookmark the permalink. 35 Comments.