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“My Choice” is a video created as a part of Vogue India’s social awareness campaign, #VogueEmpower, meant to illustrate the choices all women should have over their own lives. The piece features 99 different Indian women of various ages, backgrounds, and professions—but the powerful message will resonate with women across the world. My Choice monologue transcript “My body, my mind, my choice. To wear the clothes I like even as my spirit roams naked. My choice. To be a size 0 or a size 15 they don’t...
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  Paul Taylor is a self-titled “Dance Maker” who is inspired by the natural world, environment, and human interactions. He was also once dubbed “the naughty boy of modern dance” by Martha Graham; throughout the years this moniker has taken on a myriad of meanings within the 130+ works he has created since the mid '50s. From occasional bad reviews to the risks he takes with his choreography and content style, Taylor has by most standards earned his “naughty” distinction. But some critics—including The New York Times—seem...
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Tons of pre-tween You-Tubers are following a massively popular subject, and it’s not Justin Beiber anymore. A quick Google search of American Girl Web Series will lead you to a gold mine of complex, well written, and dynamic videos made by and for young women.   Browsing through AG You-Tube channels you will find everything from music videos starring the dolls, to dark dramas about real issues like bullying in schools. The series titled Aspen Heights is a cross between The Hills, Degrassi, and a dark...
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It’s a sad truth that most people don’t like what they see when they look in the mirror, and we all know that a lot of those feelings can be attributed to the fact that we live in a global culture of impossible “beauty” standards and body-shaming. But the good news is Taryn Brumfitt—writer, speaker, mother of three, and founder of Body Image Movement—is creating a new documentary aiming to change women's body perception all over the world. Brumfitt, who lives in Adelaide, Australia, was inspired after...
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  LOL: Comedienne Margaret Cho and American rapper/DJ Princess Superstar have paired up for this awesome video celebrating the efficiency of their butts rather than focusing on their sizes. With all the attention on girls’ butts these days, the hilarious ladies decided to create a music video/skit to point out how truly ridiculous it is to obsess over booties the way our current culture does.    “If I can’t have a big butt than I can least have—a big colon!” they say in the video. Put to...
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