Happy birthday, Miyavi
this is just speculation, but i'm guessing that "real" girls refers to the fact that aerie has stopped photoshopping the models. So they are real, not photoshopped. (in my opinion. And sorry if i'm coming across rude. I don't mean to be)
maybe?? i feel like that’s a bit of a stretch though, considering that that’s never how i’ve seen the term “real girl/woman” used. :/
p.s. i tend to become this little rage ball when i see something i dislike, sorry for being snappish!!
“It was a very sad day. I mean, there was some talk that I might be coming back, but that wasn’t something that I wanted to hope for just in case. It was one of those days I was a little more serious, and other people weren’t joking around either.” - Osric Chau on his last day of filming [x] [x]
i understand that the ad could be way more inclusive and has not done a fantastic job getting different body types, but aerie has made a pretty big jump in changing their ads and trying to reflect a more realistic group of people. They are doing a much better job than most companies. Everything comes in little steps, at least they are trying.
i’m not talking about the models in the ad
i just want to know what a “real” girl is
so ya gonna tell me what a “real girl” is aerie
*thinks about cutting off all my hair to fit into the androgyny form promoted by white kids*
*remembers how hot i am*
u dnt need short hair to be andro or a boy, u dnt have to be white or have stick straight hair or anything. sick of seeing us being represented exclusively by white thin kids w their side swept hair.
gender is not ur physical appearance.
Roxy decided that she needed to be in the photo
This makes me laugh so hard. Like a photobombing bird torpedo.
Congratulations on your recreation of the classic surrealist painting Man in a Bowler Hat by Rene Magritte (1964)
oh my god.
We (Jared and Osric) are both consensual adults-Osric: Osric:
This is not going in the right direction.
asexual and aromantic visibility is So Important because I’ve never seen a single aro/ace self-discovery story that didn’t include some variation of the phrase “I thought I was broken.”