Kim Kardashian posing topless in a public bathroom may not be making a profound statement on women’s equality, but you can’t deny she’s sending us a message (albeit a repeatedly annoying message) that she loves the skin she’s in, preferably when she’s butt booty naked.
And there is something about that for whatever reason that encourages me to like my sexual self a little bit more.
Getting dolled up and pulling out the NYX Devil’s Food Cake lip gloss to do the dishes seems a little silly, but this was happy hour.
I’d be in public among other living, legal drinking age adults, so why not?
Most importantly she’s managed to balance being about her business and being herself, making it clear with recent singles like “I Don’t Belong To You”that she’s living her life the best way she know how for herself: “I don’t belong to anyone else but myself. She describes “I Don’t Belong To You” as an inpirational memoir and self-help guide: Even though she’s ten years my junior, Ms.
Palmer is teaching me a lesson about owning my sexuality that I almost forgot.
Owning your sexuality is about allowing it to co-exist with every part of you and not just reserving it for special occasions.Too many times I’ve come across women who think that unless they’re gonna be getting some, there’s no need to shave your legs, put on perfume, or even just feel sexy.We place our sexuality along with other sides of our personalities in separate categories that can’t be opened unless the others are closed.I immediately felt overdressed in a knee-length leather skirt and low cut white tank that was making “the girls” stand at attention.My face was beat like Muhammad Ali went all haymaker with my Naked palette and my curly purple-highlighted hair couldn’t possibly get any bigger.