TOP 80 Image Quotes
Published on 2020-07-31 21:09:30 Category：Best Quotes
1. We are being manipulated every single day by an industry that rakes in billions while we stand crying over our bathroom scales.
2. One thing we can all agree on, though? Aging is harder for women. We bear the brunt of the equation of beauty with youth and youth with power — the double-whammy of ageism and sexism. How do we cope? We splurge on anti-aging products. We fudge or lie about our age. We diet, we exercise, we get plumped and lifted and tucked.
3. If you're not in to what I'm posting, don't look.
4. Painting is self-discovery. You arrive at the image through the act of painting.
5. I'll never stop posting photos that I like of myself.
6. Peralta: Wait... What? Did you say 'eat people?' Are you a cannibal, Caleb? Caleb: Well, that's not how I would define myself. If we're going by what I'm most passionate about, I'm a woodworker.
7. Not worried about some image that I gotta keep up, lot of people agree with me, but they too scared to speak up.
8. Fatphobia is a great selling point, but what we need to understand is that it’s only that: a selling point.
9. The most consistent grooming advice we give is to try something new. A new hairstyle can give you a fresh start, a new facial hair style transforms your persona, and a new skincare regimen keeps the signs of aging at bay.
10. It's hard to be positive about your body; oftentimes, not because you hate yourself in any way, shape or form but because the world hates you.
11. We grew up with the impression that underneath all this normal flesh, buried deep in the excessive recesses of our healthy bodies, there was a Perfect Body just waiting to break out. It would look exactly like everyone else's perfect body.
12. But the scary voice inside my head that tells me that my body hair renders me unclean, unattractive, and unworthy, continues to grow quieter. And the resounding voice of a girl who doesn’t give a fuck what people think or say about her body hair, is taking its place.
13. I have no control over what people think of me but I have one-hundred percent control of what I think of myself.
14. I'm not asking you to be kind to a politician’s body because the politician deserves it, but rather, because everyone else does.
15. My anxiety is a child who plays tag with my intestines, braids fishtails with my pulse. While she naps unseen under caramel moons, I wake to find her blameless.
16. Moving forward, Google has agreed to make changes in Image Search, including making the copyright disclaimer more prominent and removing the view image button. In addition, we're announcing that Getty Images and Google have embarked on a global strategic partnership that will see deeper integration of Getty Images’ world class imagery across Google’s suite of products and services.
17. I won’t exactly look like the Hulk — maybe more like Superman after having a few Chipotle burritos — but it’s possible that I’ll require alterations nonetheless. And as per my contract, if I do, I’ll bear full financial responsibility for them.
18. I live on the west side of America where they spin lies into fairy dust.
19. But now, although some obscure lineaments of that image are found remaining in us; yet are they so vitiated and maimed, that they may truly be said to be destroyed. For besides the deformity which everywhere appears unsightly, this evil also is added, that no part is free from the infection of sin.
20. What makes the issue so slippery is the idea that by defining foods as 'clean' and 'unclean,' righteousness is introduced into the equation, and along with it, the weaponization of 'shameful' habits.
21. You don’t have to disrespect and insult others simply to hold your own ground. If you do, that shows how shaky your own position is.
22. I felt like my body was the only reason why people liked me.
23. Even when we’re unwanted, harassment still finds us.
24. Detoxing is nonsense. It's a complete fallacy that the body needs to detox. Removal of waste products and toxins is a continuous process and we don't need to periodically flush them out. The body does a perfectly good job of eliminating any substances on its own. The entire concept of needing to detoxify, purify, or cleanse your body with these regimes is literally made up by the diet industry to sell us more shit (that doesn't work) to fix our bodies (that don't need fixing).
25. The way to get rid of shame is to pull it out of the dark and talk about it, which is exactly the opposite thing you feel like doing when you experience shame.
26. I soon learned about eating disorders in Hollywood was that they can be highly competitive. Highly. Competitive.
27. Lina: What did you expect? He's a rich playboy. Jane: A rich playboy with an entitled attitude missing a basic sensitivity chip. He was so much nicer in my head. Lina: That's because he's a good kisser.
28. To set a fat woman in a place of dominance such as that is to throw away the stereotypical gender balance we’re accustomed to.
29. If y'all thinking about doing anything to y'all self, leave that shit alone.
30. i feel best when i’m not looked at, i wish no one could see me, i wish i didn’t have a body.
31. Why is it so much easier to see others as beautiful but not ourselves?
32. I used to want a super flat stomach but then I realized it would have zero impact on my day to day life, so now I just want more money.
33. A couple of weeks ago, I was hanging out with a group of friends, and we were exchanging horror stories about exes. In response to a particularly terrible story, one of the women said that she hoped the ex in question was fat now. Is fat the worst thing we can wish upon a person?
34. The cultural measure for obesity often seems to be anyone who appears to be larger than a size 6, or anyone whose body doesn't naturally cater to the male gaze, or anyone with cellulite on her thighs.
35. 'I Feel Pretty' is based on a pretty little lie: Looks don’t matter. It’s what’s on the inside that counts.
36. I know back doors and the colors and shades of exit-only signs like I know the shape of my own body. And what I mean to say is that there’s always some sort of leaving, something that never stays; that there’s something that never quite sticks.
37. Secretly we're all a little more absurd than we make ourselves out to be.
38. I hate myself... and you don't.
39. The idea that we have to look a certain way to achieve any form of status in life is one of the hardest belief systems to change.
40. Counting calories is not the answer, because eating is not the problem.
41. I obsessed over it so much that I started avoiding mirrors altogether. I felt like a shell of my once-confident, carefree self.
42. Over the years you have built an idealized self-image that you defend as "me." In this image are packed all the things you want to see as true about yourself; banished from it are all the shameful, guilty, and fear-provoking aspects that would threaten your self-confidence.
43. Well, they're about to see what a winner looks like.
44. I am not wearing makeup because I decided my monolid is beautiful and despite what Disney cartoons have led you to believe, you don’t need long eyelashes to be a woman.
45. What you need to know is that my life is split in two, cleaved not so neatly. There is the before and the after. Before I gained weight. After I gained weight. Before I was raped. After I was raped.
46. Exposing young people to normative and unrealistic images of bodies leads to a sense of self-depreciation and poor self-esteem that can impact health-related behavior.
47. The more work I do on myself, the more work I notice there is still left to do. There are no before and after stories in life because this isn’t the afterlife, while we are on earth we will always have more and more challenges to overcome.
48. Cameras sensors may be absorbing the same photons as our eyes, but they're doing so through a complex lens that can actually change the way you look.
49. When you raise women to believe that we are insignificant, that we are broken, that we are sick, that the only cure is starvation and restraint and smallness; when you pit women against one another, keep us shackled by shame and hunger, obsessing over our flaws, rather than our power and potential; when you leverage all of that to sap our money and our time – that moves the rudder of the world. It steers humanity toward conservatism and walls and the narrow interests of men, and it keeps us adrift in waters where women’s safety and humanity are secondary to men’s pleasure and convenience.
50. I wish I had the kind of strength and willpower to tell you a triumphant story. I am in search of that kind of strength and willpower. I am determined to be more than my body–what my body has endured, what my body has become. Determination, though, has not gotten me very far.
51. Me spending all my time thinking about my looks just feels like a dumb investment. It feels like buying a house on the seafront in Malibu where the coastline is disintegrating because of global warming.
52. In order to be successful, one must project an image of success at all times.
53. Once, my body was weak and a group of boys took advantage of that, but my body survived. It has carried me forth for more than 40 years. That counts for something.
54. Go home, take a paper bag and cut some eyeholes out of it. Put it over your head, get undressed and look at yourself in the mirror. Really evaluate where your strengths and weaknesses are. And be honest.
55. I'm not sorry. I take the apology back 1,000 percent. The reason I made the apology is when the image went out, I thought people would just think, 'That's Kathy doing another shocking image.' I've done many throughout my entire career, and I've done many shocking things.
56. Just walking around today at the beach helped me realize that it’s not a bikini contest. Every body tells a different story. And it’s awesome that we’re all shaped so differently!
57. The big question about how people behave is whether they've got an Inner Scorecard or an Outer Scorecard. It helps if you can be satisfied with an Inner Scorecard. I always pose it this way. I say, ‘Lookit. Would you rather be the world’s greatest lover, but have everyone think you’re the world’s worst lover? Or would you rather be the world’s worst lover but have everyone think you’re the world’s greatest lover?’ Now, that’s an interesting question.
58. If so, why has a naturally masculine shape (broad shoulders, no waist, narrow hips, flat belly) become the ideal for the female body? Why is it that those aspects of a woman’s body that are most closely related to her innate female power, the capacity of her belly, hips, and thighs to carry and sustain life, are diminished in our society’s version of a beautiful woman?
59. I know, everything is either, like a big Indiana Walmart sack, or it's, like, some cutesy shit covered in, like, Eiffel Tower postage stamps or whatever.
60. There was something very familiar about the idea that I was consumed by fear of never attaining my ideal body, and that scared me.
61. I stopped fighting. And I started allowing myself to just be.
62. The ‘perfect body’ is a lie. I believed in it for a long time, and I let it shape my life, and shrink it – my real life, populated by my real body. Don’t let fiction tell you what to do. In the omnidirectional orgy gardens of Vlaxnoid, no one cares about your arm flab.
63. Stop seeing yourself as a list of mistakes, and instead as a collage of days and circumstances that you’ve survived.
64. If you've got your thighs rubbing together from fat, then you've got to think about what you've been eating.
65. ...the image is one thing and the human being is another...it’s very hard to live up to an image.
66. I want a certain type of respect on my name.
67. Having a nonstandard body was beautiful, because the way I loved wasn’t the standard either.
68. I got out of the shower and stopped to look at myself in the mirror. I looked blotchy and messy and not at all like those girls in magazines. But I was still fucking beautiful.
69. I sometimes worry that I wouldn't be such a feminist if I had bigger tits.
70. You strike me as a kind person. I hope your world is kind. By which I mean, I’ve heard we see the world not as it is but as we are. A saint sees a world of saints, a killer sees only murderers and victims.
71. Hating our bodies is something that we learn, and it sure as hell is something that we can unlearn.
72. Shawty look good in the moonlight.
73. Food is a part of my life — a fun part — but it no longer tastes irresistible, the way it did when I told myself I couldn’t have it.
74. i say yes ‘you were angry about your body’ i am angry about my body i am angry about the money it eats and eats with its bad organs / the body is with organs and i do believe that / the body is also with labor and rarely paid.
75. In other words, you start to doubt yourself: 'Do I have all this because I earned it, or because I’m good-looking?'
76. Most of our lives are a series of images, they pass us by like towns on a highway. But sometimes a moment stuns us as it happens and we know that this instant is more than a fleeting image. We know that this moment, every part of it, will live on forever.
77. The message behind loving your body is a well-intended one, but it’s not for everyone.
78. I have grown to learn that being loved, sexy, adored, and confident in my skin takes work — but not just the kind of work you can do in a gym. Seeing myself through my husband’s eyes made me value myself in new ways.
79. It's very hard to live up to an image, I'll put it that way.
80. you are a victim when your mind hates your body but you can be the solution too.
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