While we may not agree with Minaj’s public approach singling out Swift and Cyrus in an abrupt, hold-the-phone manner, anyone with a bit of perception can see the issues she addresses within the music industry.
When the cubes melt, more coffee! It’s two cups in one!
Still, is it not exhausting to continuously hear the “conventionally unattractive” justifying their bodies? Is it necessary for people to repeatedly criticize them for “promoting obesity” when they are simply asking for respect as humans?
The crux of this issue is when society approves particular changes to women’s bodies, they are acceptable, but when women decide to take their appearances into their own hands, especially in an unconventional way, out fly the accusations of deception, lies, manipulation, and immorality.
While none of us has the answers, our responses may speak to the types of lives we lead.
Our Declaration, our Constitution, and our flag are symbols that stand for our entire nation…They do not exist to represent a small portion of us.
Are they really upset that she hasn’t the knowledge of a person who has endured a transition or who has done extensive research on the matter?
People coil themselves so tightly into exquisitely fitted ideas of attraction to a person that they forget to know a person.
In a recent interview with New Hampshire’s Union Leader, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush offered his most ingenious solution to the United States’ income inequality dilemma: “people need to work longer hours and through their productivity gain more income for…
We should find our purpose both fulfilling to ourselves and in some way to others. This balance is likely the same for everyone, but does it mean we each internally harbor the same purpose?