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continentcreative:

Achok Majak by JUCO

continentcreative:

South Sudanese model Grace Bol for Hunger Magazine | Photography by Simon Burstall

(Source : misterand)

loveyourlines:

"I’ve housed 4 angels in this body. 2 earthly,  and 2 heavenly. My body never exceeding 100lbs until I got pregnant at 18yrs old with my oldest daughter.  Pregnancy to motherhood was and is a journey for me. I’ve never cried so much about how my thighs jiggled, or how my breast and skin sagged on my stomach and how big and ugly my c section scar is. (my youngest daughter put up a fight which is why you see the "T" shaped scar instead of your traditional straight line.) You see I’ve been a dancer since birth.  Strong, fit, toned. It took a while to accept my body would never be the same. Took even more to accept that no matter how much I work out to look like the average 24 yr old, my battle scars my battle scars (affectionately named) will forever remain. My lines have begun to be a subtle reminder that even in times of great loss, of pure unadulterated hell; beauty, love,  happiness, truth,  and life can be born. My daughters and my fiance’ embrace my scars kiss them,  touch them,  trace my lines and make me feel like a Queen for having them. I am forever changed by my marks. I am forever grateful." submission from @redeyedepiphany

loveyourlines:

"I’ve housed 4 angels in this body. 2 earthly, and 2 heavenly. My body never exceeding 100lbs until I got pregnant at 18yrs old with my oldest daughter. Pregnancy to motherhood was and is a journey for me. I’ve never cried so much about how my thighs jiggled, or how my breast and skin sagged on my stomach and how big and ugly my c section scar is. (my youngest daughter put up a fight which is why you see the "T" shaped scar instead of your traditional straight line.) You see I’ve been a dancer since birth. Strong, fit, toned. It took a while to accept my body would never be the same. Took even more to accept that no matter how much I work out to look like the average 24 yr old, my battle scars my battle scars (affectionately named) will forever remain. My lines have begun to be a subtle reminder that even in times of great loss, of pure unadulterated hell; beauty, love, happiness, truth, and life can be born. My daughters and my fiance’ embrace my scars kiss them, touch them, trace my lines and make me feel like a Queen for having them. I am forever changed by my marks. I am forever grateful." submission from @redeyedepiphany

Lorde for Clash Magazine

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pinerosolanno:

Public School A/F 2014

Girl by birth, woman by maturity, lady by choice.