The angle you see VS the one you don’t (with Koala kitten as a bonus) / or let’s talk BOYFRIENDS.
In the last six months, I’ve been DMed multiple times by gals telling me they’ve shown their partner my photos.
‘And he thought it wasn’t the SAME PERSON!’ They add.
A friend of mine used her body to demonstrate. ‘Look at what happens when I relax. Look at my skin.’ Her partner had never seen her sit like that before.
She hadn’t allowed herself to around him.
I’ve had one man, a husband, message me something similar. He always thought only the women in his life had CELLULITE sitting down.
‘I never saw it on social,’ he added. So clearly it was just the gals he knew that had these, to use his words, ‘imperfections.’ The offline women were ‘off’. The online women perfect.
This is a theme we are seeing more and more. Young boys are growing up with dark internet corners and ideal social media worlds. By 10, studies show they’ll have been exposed to plenty of not-for-children content. TikTok slips in face editing apps automatically. There are video tools that change bodies real time.
All this brings me back to my first point:
Let’s talk about guys.
And how we can make a change.
I don’t know the answer to this one.
I don’t have any advice.
But it’s on my mind and it’s in my DMs.
And at this exact moment, it’s bouncing around the comment section of an old post too.
But perhaps a first step would be this: Let your partner see you from all the angles,
And remind the kiddos that online isn’t real.
Before we get to a point where only glossy perfection is the only type of reality so many of us know.️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️
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