It was a woman.
When did the dress become so hot that women thought they needed to be dressed like people?
The short answer? The short answer is that it depends if you’re a man or a woman.
I had this conversation with my mom over the summer. Her point is that if it does become a hot issue, women need to be thinking about it. In fact, when I was in high school, I wore shorts to meet college girls. So yes, there has always been an assumption about women’s skin tone. Women had always been viewed as the norm and women’s bodies had always been seen as the natural choice.
But, in our modern day society, many women today have the freedom to see themselves as they are, and I love it. I love the freedom to choose what’s going to make me comfortable. I love that I do not have to dress up how I see fit. To think that I’m more beautiful if I wear a skirt than if I don’t wear one or not have a blouse and skirt is the absolute antithesis of what I’m trying to do as a human being… and a human being who’s supposed to be a role model for young ladies.
And by the way, I have been asked by countless girls (or women) throughout my career, “What makes you so great?” I always try to answer that, “I do what makes you happiest.”
So let your skin be your guide, your guide on your journey to look and feel the way you want to be.
I’ve been doing my research on the health and social impact of vaping on humans, and was fortunate to have a conversation with one of the largest healthcare companies in the nation: The American Lung Association (ALA).
The ALA’s mission is to support and defend healthy indoor air conditions by implementing innovative solutions to the health care delivery system and reducing healthcare costs. Their work focuses on the health benefits of natural and organic products used in human products, from skin care to health care applications. However, that focus and commitment to the health of humans in general may soon be put on the backburner when new regulations on eCigs are proposed to the FDA.
The FDA is currently considering proposals to introduce regulations that would require that all eCigs sold in the US be available in child proof packaging, and that all flavors have a childproof warning on their containers. This will create a very difficult situation for the American Lung Association and
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