And thelingerieaddict has some potential solutions:
(Although if we are talking language as much as actual options, “nude” is a problem term… but I am not sure how happy I’d feel if my matching tone was labelled “mudslide”.)
Yup, the article does talk about issues with the term, particularly the problem with equating “nude” and “beige.”
There’s nothing wrong with the concept of “nude” lingerie (i.e. lingerie that is meant to blend seamlessly into your skintone). There is a problem, however, when the word “nude” refers to only one skin color…and it’s never dark skin.
late in the six selfie so far in 2014 game but better late than never. so far this year I’ve gotten three different pairs of glasses, darker lipsticks, and a whole lot of fuck you.
yes. this is it.
Every time I hear something about her it’s a struggle to decide whether to publish it, because I don’t want to drive ad revenue her way. But yes, she’s completely vile. Please don’t watch her videos, don’t click on them, and tell people not to click on them either.
i got tagged in the 6-photos-of-yourself thing
i’m a cute genderweird forest-creature boything and i exist in real life, reblog me?
6 favorite selfies of 2k14 + something i like about myself
i like my eyebrow and hair improvement and i like that i have a no bs policy with those around me and that it’s helped me make a better community for myself this past year!!
tagged by gayfarmer ╮(๑・v・๑)╭i tagmizooks brodingershat sadafies herooflife blackqueerbravadoanddavebowie
a lot of people talk like capitalism is necessary to have innovation and I just think of all the brilliant and creative people I know who spend all of their time and energy worrying about how they’re going to have a roof over their heads and food to eat. capitalism doesn’t drive innovation, it stifles it and shackles it to the endlessly wasteful machinery of exploitation.
and like look at the way research on cures is stifled because treatments are more profitable and the amount of creative and intellectual labor that goes into planned obsolescence