STYLE CRUSH: @acexart

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In the last few months we’ve watched @acexart Instagram feed with awe. Creative, inspiring and motivating…

“Society most often identifies feminism as this cemented image, carved from the historic derivatives of what it means to be “woman” not understanding that by now, there shouldn’t be one framework speaking to the blueprint of what a woman embodies. my clothes are not a destructor of my feminine nature, my word choice and stance, do not unsubscribe me from grace. I am also not forced to subscribe to the obscene trajectory of what society tries to paint as “acceptable” woman hood. I could wear red bottoms, with the latest Chanel purse hanging off the shoulder of my dress, or I could wear a got damn suit and shave my head. I am still a woman. One that is to be respected. One who combats the constant vilification of “softness” being weakness, lack, or disadvantage. It is ‘like a woman’ to own that, it is ‘like a woman’ to show my diversity if I shall choose.. but don’t ever get it twisted, I may always choose; never am I required in some sort of ploy to earn and chameleon to your definable “woman hood stripes” happy international woman’s day.”

#datway

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evading staunched, life positions, to instead preserve fluidity throughout its fluctuating nature.

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society most often identifies feminism as this cemented image, carved from the historic derivatives of what it means to be "woman" not understanding that by now, there shouldn't be one framework speaking to the blueprint of what a woman embodies. my clothes are not a destructor of my feminine nature, my word choice and stance, does not unsubscribe me from grace. I am also not forced to subscribe to the obscene trajectory of what society tries to paint as "acceptable" woman hood. I could wear red bottoms, with the latest Chanel purse hanging off the shoulder of my dress, or I could wear a got damn suit and shave my head. I am still a woman. One that is to be respected. One who combats the constant vilification of "softness" being weakness, lack, or disadvantage. It is 'like a woman' to own that, it is 'like a woman' to show my diversity if I shall choose.. but don't ever get it twisted, I may always choose; never am I required in some sort of ploy to earn and chameleon to your definable "woman hood stripes" happy international woman's day. #LAW

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