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Less is more.
I'm really looking forward for the day when men using makeup would be as normal as women using it and women not using makeup would be as normal as men not using it.
Products used: Base is made with @100percentpure Mattifying primer, @lilylolouk Mineral foundation in Porcelain & same brands Concealer in the shade Blondie cover up. (Got them all from @eccoverde) Brows are made with @elfcosmetics brow pencil in the shade Taupe. (Got it from @cocopanda_fi) Contour & highlighter are made with @vivaladivacosmetics Powder contour palette in light/medium. I used the shades Chocolate & Cupcake. Velour liquid lipsticks I used are called Unicorn blood & Anna Nicole from @jeffreestarcosmetics
So I made the decision a little while back to start asserting my identity a bit more forcefully and consistently. What this would look like has kind of a been mystery to me, though. I never want to come across as rude, but I also want to be firm and show people that it’s not really an option to use incorrect pronouns. So I figured I’d start with something simple: that to anyone who asks for my pronouns, I will tell that person that I use they/them pronouns, instead of offering other, more easy-to-understand pronouns that do not fit how I feel. 🤞🏻
It sounds simple: someone asks you a question, and you answer the question honestly. But answering with an answer that they may not even realize could *be* an answer makes me feel so fucking anxious. I’m a people pleaser, and telling people my pronouns are they/them kind of opens the door to a lot of negativity directed at me. So doing so is extremely frightening, but I’m making the conscious decision to say who I am and what I want, even if people react negatively. 🤞🏻
Recently, I had a client in my chair, (who’s hair I’ve been doing for quite a while), who asked my pronouns. He asked very respectfully and made the comment that he realized every time he spoke about me, he had to use my name in order to not accidentally misgender me. I felt my heart drop to my stomach, and my gut reaction was to tell him that I use she/her, so that I could easily rid that feeling. But instead I decided to tell him I use they/them pronouns, expecting him to react at the very least dazed and confused, at the very most, uncomfortable and maybe angry. But, to my surprise, he just said “ok!” With a smile on his face. He seemed to eagerly embrace it. 🤞🏻
It may sound silly to most people for me to think so much and so hard about something like this, but it really meant a lot to me. It showed me that 1) I *can* (and will continue to) show who I am, no matter how frightening it may be, and 2) people aren’t always as bad as I may fear. 🤞🏻
I’m really proud of myself for voicing who I am. Now I just have to start doing it even when I’m not necessarily invited to. But, for now, this is a very pleasant and welcoming start. 🤞🏻
Personal best for deadlift was done tonight 🤗 80kg
Warm up -
Sumo squat - 20kgx5
EZ bar upright row wide grip - 16kgx5
EZ bar upright row close grip - 16kgx5
DB bent over row - 12.5kgx10
DB bench squeeze press - 12.5kgx10
Shower then Bedtime 😂