The Representation Project: Rewrite the Story. BuzzFeed dubbed this video “How Rigid Gender Expectations Harm Our Daughters And Sons,” and that’s pretty spot-on. Powerful clip. (via The Representation Project)
Cool video. Could definitely have benefited from the mention of those who do not fit into either ‘boy’ or ‘girl’ categories.
Anonymous asked: Hi! Do you know of any companies that make sleepwear/loungewear for larger-busted (but not necessarily plus-sized) women? I'm a size 4 but 32D, and all the pretty slips, bustiers, babydolls, etc, I can find have absolutely zero support in the bust department.
Good question! This is a real issue, I’ve found, with very few companies coming up with solid solutions. Here are the best options I know about:
I hope this helps!
Anonymous asked: Hi! I know that this isn't strictly lingerie related, but have you heard of the "A Perfect 14" documentary film project? It's basically about size diversity in the fashion world and media in general. I thought it might be something you'd be interested in as lingerie models especially are predominantly white, thin girls and it's difficult for someone over a size 4 to feel represented a lot of the time. It'd be great if you could drop a mention of it on your blog as it needs the exposure. Thanks!
Thanks for sharing! I’ll check it out.
Anonymous asked: Im offended you are suggesting a cross dressing website.
I’m really sorry. Honestly, I wish there were many, better options available to trans women— however, if someone asks me for lingerie options to fit a person who was MAAB and has not been having good luck with the commonly available women’s lingerie options, then I have to try to give some more choices. I think that in my response and the accompanying trigger warning that I acknowledged that it was not going to be a gender affirming site, but might still offer some decent products at a reasonable price point.