Anonymous asked: My major is soc too! What kind on jobs do you plan on lookin for?
Well actually funny you ask because I just figured out a few days ago exactly what job I want. I’d like to work for a social media agency! I’m really interested in digital marketing and how communication works through social media now… I think it’s really interesting and it’s the future. So when I come back from my trip in Sweden I’m going to try and get an internship at some agencies around Sydney ^.^
Anonymous asked: What's your major? And congrats btw!
Aw thank yer! My major is sociology ^.^
beautifully said! omg. thank you so much for this (i didn’t ask it, but it is comforting) <3
I’m really glad it has comforted you, I feel better knowing just one person has been reassured by this!
Anonymous asked: i preach body love and acceptance but literally my left labia is huge and the right one barely exist, i'm going to get a labiaplasty, i'm so insecure about it and i'm doing it for me, it's ugly.
Everybody has things they are incredibly insecure about, I hate my nose and felt insecure about it for years and years. Don’t get me wrong sometimes cosmetic surgery can do wonders for people’s confidence and my post is not at all about shaming people who get surgery. And I’d be a big fat liar if I said I hadn’t considered it myself. But there are a lot of people who strive for perfection and it’s unhealthy… There are huge cultural pressures on women to be sexually desirable and to conform to the aesthetics expected of us from society. I’m not in any place to say screw all your insecurities, cosmetic surgery is the wrong choice. We’re brought up to believe that our bodies are not good enough unless we are a size 0, the same boobs and vagina in mainstream pornography, no body hair, small nose, big lips etc etc… It’s really wrong and if my post reassures some girls that there is diversity amongst women than I’ll feel a lot better. And I hope they don’t feel so insecure about themselves! Surgery is a very personal choice, it can done for the right and wrong reasons… I don’t know you personally so it’s really hard for me to respond but I hope this has helped.
Anonymous asked: A lot of labial surgeries are done for medical purposes. The extra skin that comes with having a large labia is exposed to more friction, more likely to cause allergies and has been proven to have a positive correlation to cancerous tissues in the area. It's really easy for feminists to be anti-labiaplasty but as usual they don't think through all of the factors that affect the decision.
My post wasn’t to discount the medical purposes of labia surgery it was raise awareness about genital anxiety. And if women feel self conscious about it they should read about this artist and they might think twice about succumbing to the pressures of having the “designer vagina”. If you feel offended by this post you have misinterpreted what it is about.
Done two boot camp sessions this week and did strength training yesterday! My whole body hurts… when is my ass going to start looking like Kelly Brook’s? Come on body hurry up… I guess it doesn’t help that I eat rice with everything and have toast for breakfast every morning.. I’m not giving up carbohydrates, they are too dericious. Yum yum yum. Got my body attack class tomorrow and I’ll be captain freaking fitness this week… woi!
Anonymous asked: whats your favourite book?
I couldn’t pick one… I’ll settle on five of my favourites which are Harry Potter, The Gargoyle, Shantaram, The Time Traveller’s Wife, and On The Road. Oh and I used to love reading the Stephanie Plum series haha, love you Ranger!
This is how I’m going to pack for my trip to Sweden
I have my last shift with my retarded manager this Saturday… it is literally like time is standing still with him. If anybody watches the American version of The Office he looks like Dwight but his personality is so dry… drier than the biggest dry spell in the world can make any woman. I was told that if I want to get out of a few hours of the shift I should say that I’ve got period pain and will come in later when I’m feeling better. Thing is he always calls back to question about why I’m sick or whatever, BUT I don’t think any male on earth wants to question a girl about her period (even if it’s a “faux period”). I’ve got 15 hours of sick leave than I’m not going to get back because I’m leaving next week, so should I say I’ve got period pain to get off 5 hours with Dwight?
The brightest stars always burn out the fastest…