One day, if not today, someone will see your perfections, and maybe they’ll see your “imperfections,” but I swear, they’ll love all of it the same.
1. “I have no filter.”
Viewers deserve the real thing; nobody likes a fake.
Living in a world where everything is connected, it’s difficult to find someone that we truly connect with.
I’ve realized that time has nothing to do with it, despite what society, family, and friends may tell us.
What Zuckerberg actually creates is an alternative space where he can promote a carefully curated image of himself, one that accentuates his strengths and whitewashes his flaws
My love for old people began at church.
It is time, ladies, to stop apologizing for who we are and what we love. It is time to be real. The time for setting aside socially acceptable expectations is now. The time to stop saying “I’m sorry” is now.
That’s it, no more, I’m not going to work today.
When it comes to questioning gender roles and the social constructs created by society, I have always felt that it creates some rift and controversy between people.