Wanna walk down the street and “receive looks and compliments on your beauty?” GO FOR IT! Street harassment for the win! But INSTAGRAM?! No way Jose!
“Not today, motherfucker!”
Things took a bad turn after this model told her boss she felt self-conscious about the photo they were going to use for an advertisement.
Insta fame leads to the opportunity to “merch your life.”
When someone causes you no harm or slight yet you still dislike them, chances are they stir some kind of insecurity or uncertainty deep in yourself.
“I just broke up with my ex because of this last week!”
If you’ve ever been a third wheel, you’ll feel spiritually connected to most — if not all — of the photos.
Self-respect isn’t easy when you require good and services that don’t come in a trash can, but making more of what the world doesn’t need and telling yourself you’re special is a toxic loop that needs to be cinched.
“We would like to share our love and happiness…”
My most popular posts are my modeling photos, selfies, photos where I show my body, travel to fancy places like St Tropez and red carpet events. My least liked posts are posts about my humanitarian activities, political projects, and ethical ruminations. The prettier the people in the photos, the more likes it gets.