Unpacking our first pieces of gorgeous new Berlin designer #manialingerie. New and exclusive to #babylikestopony (at babylikestopony)
He went on to say, “Lesbians? Of course, I’m totally down with that,” with a half smile that suggested I was supposed to think what he was saying was funny. As a punchline of a joke, that only makes sense if you think that we have some common bond over the fact that we both think lesbians are hot. This is not something I ever want to bond with a straight guy about; my sexual identity and you getting off have nothing to do with each other and the implication that you get some pleasure from it is gross, inappropriate and bordering on harassment.
This post is part of The Modesty Panel, a series that myself and a handful of other bloggers are involved in this week that discusses the issue of modesty from many various perspectives. Be sure to read some of the other bloggers’ posts (as they appear during the week), because they are all fantastic! Here are the other participants (bolded if they’ve already posted theirs):
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One of the biggest reasons I decided to become an advocate for proper bra fit can be perfectly symbolized by one article of clothing: the Minimizer bra.
“Oh, goodness,” the fitter exclaims as she finishes measuring you, “it looks like you might need a DD cup!” (Replace “DD” with any bra size above D.) This isn’t new information to you, but the fitter is shocked to be dealing with “such large boobs.” The fitter then makes the assumption that we all dread: “That’s okay, we have a great selection of minimizers! I’ll go grab you some.” And suddenly, without your consent, your wonderful boobs have been reduced to problematic eyesores that need to be covered, contained, flattened, and hidden in the name of “modesty.”
Recently I went to an event where I was representing my blog. When I was…
I cannot WAIT for our AW13 collection (part of it is arriving in July, the other part in September), called Russian Doll. This peacock print set is a stunner, don’t you think?