As it turns out, high school boys do not have six-pack abs and a sexy disposition, they have pimples and ill-fitting, boxy t-shirts. High school girls do not wear heels to school every day and park their Porsches in front of high school each morning.
We are delighted and excited to talk to you about a women, book, and self-love mind set that we just can’t get enough of. Gala Darling and her book Radical Self-Love have inspired us beyond words, and we were so very fortunate to sit down and chat with the self-love guru herself.
These fierce ladies are doing something radical, but in a digestible, accessible, out-there way that makes it such a treat to witness. They’re activists, they’re performers, but most of all, they are regular women with a cause.
Our relationships to nudity, body, clothing, and self can be complicated, this is no secret, but through seeking to learn what’s out there and seeking to understand ourselves and our needs to the best of our abilities maybe we can begin to reject some of the negativity that manifests from these strains.
You know what we’re sick and tired of? Labels! They’re often unproductive, reductive, and just…
We should not feel ashamed to ask questions or talk about sex, so this is the responsibility of our educators and role models to open up the conversation.
Poem: Brit Burr Illustration: Sarah Newnes Goodbye Boxes is a testament to my frustration…