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  • The average person sees more than five hundred ads every day.

  • Very few of women in those ads look like people we see in our everyday lives.

  • So maybe it's the time to change the way we look at women.

  • Change the way you look at the women.

  • Why does it feel so different to see pictures of realistic women?

  • Why aren't we seeing women we recognize?

  • And why wasn't I paying more attention to this before?

  • Where are the women who sweat through their femininity?

  • Girls who build things for others who can't.

  • Mothers who wanna learn from their children.

  • When we condone airbrushed faces and photoshopped bodies, what are we saying about ourselves?

  • That our strengths aren't strong enough?

  • Our feelings not deep enough?

  • Our cheers not loud enough?

  • If all the women we see in ads look the same, what illusion are we promoting for our daughters?

  • Maybe we should start by seeing women we can relate to.

  • Ladies with style who aren't afraid of their ideas.

  • Experts who revolutionize their fields.

  • Girls who fight for our country.

  • Let's see women doing the things that women really do.

  • Let's appreciate the beauty of overcoming real struggles.

  • Let's see more women like those we know, who make us laugh, who would just sit with us after a long day, who aren't afraid of their strength.

  • Maybe all we need to do is look around to remember that the women in our lives carry beauty of all kinds.

  • And that beauty is worth seeing.

The average person sees more than five hundred ads every day.

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Change The Way You Look At Women

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    Laura Hung posted on 2015/04/06
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