Body image is a person's thoughts, feelings and perception of the aesthetics or sexual attractiveness of their own body. Across these disciplines, there is no single consensus definition, but broadly speaking body image consists of the ways people view themselves; their memories, experiences, assumptions, and comparisons about their own appearances; and their overall attitudes towards their own respective heights, shapes, and weights  —all of which are shaped by prevalent social and cultural ideals. Body image can be negative "body negativity" or positive " body positivity ". A person with a negative body image may feel self-conscious or ashamed, and may feel that others are more attractive. There are different of body shaming someone and yourself, according to anad. We body shame ourselves by judging or comparing ourselves to someone else.
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The first time I wore a crop top was at the Toronto Dyke March. I marched down the street with the strip of my stomach that had never before been touched by the sun fully bared. The only thing separating that outfit from any other I might have worn was three or four measly inches of exposed skin — but you have to understand the weight of those inches. Like, in a size 22 kind of way.
19th and 20th-century lesbian women captured in images
Yep, Sex. You just read that right. If you will be triggered by talk of consent or lack thereof , this post is not for you — please do not put yourself in mental danger by continuing to read this post. Perhaps check out this one about my fave Instagram babes instead? Okay, are they gone?
By Unity Blott For Mailonline. Captured at a time when homosexuality was considered taboo, these remarkable images defiant women who flouted convention in the nineteenth and twentieth century. Kissing, embracing and reclining in intimate positions, the incredible black-and-white photographs provide a rare glimpse into women who dared to display physical love in the s and early s. The images capture Victorian and early-twentieth century females in intimate poses and showing a daring level of openness with one another for the era they were living in. Although some of the fascinating women pictured are understood to be lesbian couples, in some cases there is little information about their sexual orientation - nonetheless it is quite extraordinary that these images survive as many old photos of same-sex couples are believed to have been destroyed by family members.