What do you miss by living out of your hometown ??! . . Friends ?! Yesssss.. I miss you guys. . . #frndship_goals#hometownhotties#fuckbitches#frndshipdiaries#aurangabadkars#homesick#dhinganapaltan#bestfriends#forever.
I absolutely love that I get to shoot both adults and families. Running around chasing littles, ensuring I get “the shot” is such a great workout! But then, it’s nice to #relax and take a break with a grown up who doesn’t need to be chased. ☺️ . . . Take a glance at my website (link in bio) to see all I do and book a spot for spring/summer!
I believe in the idea of “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” but this is not what society believes. Instead, media portrays beauty, especially in females, as hyper sexual and unrealistic. Not everyone can have curves, be skinny, and avoid the dreaded pimple. In addition, not everyone is confident with walking around in a bikini and enjoy being stared at by girls who are subconsciously repress their jealousy and boys who continue to ogle. With the help of photoshop, models are airbrushed and cropped to give the allusion of perfection. This poster hung on the wall of a cabin I stayed at, with the tradition of putting your name on the model that you most relate to. Realistically, no young adult or teenager looks like this and it continues to make people strive for these beauty standards. These posters are made to satisfy the male gaze and continue the gender stereotype of the importance of appearance. Some examples of the portrayal of hyper sexuality is shown in the media with women slow motion jogging in bikinis, fighting crime in cut off shorts, washing cars with soaped up bodies, and eating foods that insure sexual innuendos. These models represent what American beauty standards are, but the media will never understand “true” beauty if this is what their template is in everything that is produced to the consumer.#hometownhotties #mediaphotoshoot#unrealisticbeautystandards#genderstereotypessuck