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  • Like any watch never stop, keep going. ❤️⏱ @danielwellington is offering a special 10% off for selected sets! Leather strap watches comes with a cute limited heart charm for FREE. Don’t forget to use my code "aisaDW19" for additional 15% off on www.danielwellington.com! All orders comes with a greeting card, complementary gift wrapping and free shipping. Shop now! ☺️🕰 #DanielWellington #LoveDW #timepieces #watches #giftset
  • Like any watch never stop, keep going. ❤️⏱ @danielwellington is offering a special 10% off for selected sets! Leather strap watches comes with a cute limited heart charm for FREE. Don’t forget to use my code "aisaDW19" for additional 15% off on www.danielwellington.com! All orders comes with a greeting card, complementary gift wrapping and free shipping. Shop now! ☺️🕰 #DanielWellington #LoveDW #timepieces #watches #giftset
  • 33 7 8 minutes ago
  • Free·dom
/ˈfrēdəm/Submit
noun
the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.
"we do have some freedom of choice"
  • Free·dom
    /ˈfrēdəm/Submit
    noun
    the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.
    "we do have some freedom of choice"
  • 9 1 13 minutes ago
  • Jessy • 20 • Middle Eastern&Indian, Adopted • “To most people my ethnicity is usually ambiguous. I am Middle Eastern&Indian. I adore the fact that Madasyn highlights different types of beauty on her insta. As progressive as the world may seem now, we are still living in a society with a Eurocentric standard of beauty. Obviously, I don’t fit that standard. In fact, I used to hate the way I looked. I wanted nothing more than to have lighter skin, straighter hair, & different colored eyes. Part of this self hate came from the environment that I grew up in, a mostly white, small town, stereotypical American suburb. I endured a lot of what I now know are “micro aggressions” while attending school in Bucks County. There was not any flat-out racism, but remarks like “You’re exotic” or “You’re so pretty, what is your ethnicity?” were constant reminders that I was different. When I turned on the TV to watch Disney Channel, there were at most 1 or 2 characters that slightly resembled me. When I started wearing makeup in middle school, none of the colors or shades that looked good on my best friends looked good on me. Not a single one of my teachers from Kindergarten until 12th grade were ever a poc. When my innocence faded away as I got older, so did some of my self love. In addition to being a racial “rarity” in my hometown, I come from both a mixed family and an adoptive family [a white father and Indian mother]. For as long as I can remember, I answered questions about my family dynamic, my ethnicity, my last name, and the list goes on. It used to bother me, & I hated explaining myself. I just wanted to be “normal”. Since leaving my hometown and coming to Temple and Philadelphia, not only do I feel 10x more confident, but I am also genuinely proud to be exactly who I am. I marvel at Temple’s diversity every day on my walk to class. I love my skin, I love my curls, & I love my brown eyes. If I could turn back time, I would tell younger Jessy to love herself more, & to stop straightening her hair so much. (Yes, heat damage is a Real struggle) No, I am not a victim. Yes, there are bigger problems in the world. Despite this, representation matters.”
  • Jessy • 20 • Middle Eastern&Indian, Adopted • “To most people my ethnicity is usually ambiguous. I am Middle Eastern&Indian. I adore the fact that Madasyn highlights different types of beauty on her insta. As progressive as the world may seem now, we are still living in a society with a Eurocentric standard of beauty. Obviously, I don’t fit that standard. In fact, I used to hate the way I looked. I wanted nothing more than to have lighter skin, straighter hair, & different colored eyes. Part of this self hate came from the environment that I grew up in, a mostly white, small town, stereotypical American suburb. I endured a lot of what I now know are “micro aggressions” while attending school in Bucks County. There was not any flat-out racism, but remarks like “You’re exotic” or “You’re so pretty, what is your ethnicity?” were constant reminders that I was different. When I turned on the TV to watch Disney Channel, there were at most 1 or 2 characters that slightly resembled me. When I started wearing makeup in middle school, none of the colors or shades that looked good on my best friends looked good on me. Not a single one of my teachers from Kindergarten until 12th grade were ever a poc. When my innocence faded away as I got older, so did some of my self love. In addition to being a racial “rarity” in my hometown, I come from both a mixed family and an adoptive family [a white father and Indian mother]. For as long as I can remember, I answered questions about my family dynamic, my ethnicity, my last name, and the list goes on. It used to bother me, & I hated explaining myself. I just wanted to be “normal”. Since leaving my hometown and coming to Temple and Philadelphia, not only do I feel 10x more confident, but I am also genuinely proud to be exactly who I am. I marvel at Temple’s diversity every day on my walk to class. I love my skin, I love my curls, & I love my brown eyes. If I could turn back time, I would tell younger Jessy to love herself more, & to stop straightening her hair so much. (Yes, heat damage is a Real struggle) No, I am not a victim. Yes, there are bigger problems in the world. Despite this, representation matters.”
  • 78 8 1 hour ago
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  • 22 1 1 hour ago
  • New 🎤🎵💥 Kayo Porter🔥
“Beautiful Nightmare”
A V A I L A B L E  N O W 
Click link in bio to stream 💯
  • New 🎤🎵💥 Kayo Porter🔥
    “Beautiful Nightmare”
    A V A I L A B L E N O W
    Click link in bio to stream 💯
  • 1,888 8 2 hours ago
  • the itchy glowbo blow
(i’m gonna post new things soon tee hee, but something juicy coming soo *cyborg sounds*)
  • the itchy glowbo blow
    (i’m gonna post new things soon tee hee, but something juicy coming soo *cyborg sounds*)
  • 28 1 2 hours ago
  • here’s one from last week
  • here’s one from last week
  • 28 2 3 hours ago
  • chasing my dreams ☁️
  • chasing my dreams ☁️
  • 26 2 3 hours ago
  • a little blur never hurt
  • a little blur never hurt
  • 24 2 3 hours ago
  • EVEN THOUGH VALENTINES DAY JUST PASSES, IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO GET BOO’D UP🥰
  • EVEN THOUGH VALENTINES DAY JUST PASSES, IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO GET BOO’D UP🥰
  • 20 1 3 hours ago