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I pride herself on writing and posting about self-care. But, for the first time, I’m realizing that self-care is elitist.My moment of reckoning came when I was getting a facial treatment. Every year for my birthday, my sister gifts me a hers-and-hers sister facial at a local spa and similarly, I gift her one. I don’t get any other treatments done throughout the year; a twice-yearly facial has become our birthday currency. It’s not something I can justify paying for regularly. Full disclosure: I can’t afford it right now and that’s okay.The esthetician was looking at my file when she noticed the last time I’d been in for a facial was exactly a year ago. She said,“Oh, you need to come much more often than that to reap the benefits. You should be getting a facial at least once a month.”Continue reading here: Is Self-Care Elitist? How I Reconcile With The Privilege Associated With 'Wellness MOST READ The Champions' Anders Holm on Meeting His Wife Emma Nesper at Age 12 5 Women on What It's Like to Be Raped by a Boyfriend Target's New Affordable Bra Line Goes Up to 46G and Hell Yeah! Schitt's Creek: The Ultimate Ranking of David Rose's Relationships Search.. I pride herself on writing and posting about self-care. But, for the first time, I’m realizing that self-care is elitist.My moment of reckoning came when I was getting a facial treatment. Every year for my birthday, my sister gifts me a hers-and-hers sister facial at a local spa and similarly, I gift her one. I don’t get any other treatments done throughout the year; a twice-yearly facial has become our birthday currency. It’s not something I can justify paying for regularly. Full disclosure: I can’t afford it right now and that’s okay.The esthetician was looking at my file when she noticed the last time I’d been in for a facial was exactly a year ago. She said,“Oh, you need to come much more often than that to reap the benefits. You should be getting a facial at least once a month.”Continue reading here

I pride herself on writing and posting about self-care. But, for the first time, I’m realizing that self-care is elitist.My moment of rec...

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Bad, Girls, and Internet: Hot Take: Kim Kardashian Is Being Offensive On Purpose MOST READ Pervert Tries to Sexualize Billie Eilish, Twitter Takes Him Down 5 Women on What It's Like to Be Raped by a Boyfriend Anders Holm and Emma Nesper Are Perhaps The Cutest Couple Ever 'Good Girls': Loving Beth and Rio's Relationship Makes Me Feel Like a Bad Feminist J.K. Rowling Has Been Following Anti-Trans Activists And We Need an Explanation femestella: Kim Kardashian recently filed a trademark for the name of her new shapewear line and — shocker — it’s incredibly offensive. The line is going to be called Kimono, you know, as in the traditional Japanese garment.  Kim responded to the backlash but didn’t actually apologize. This is pretty much the Kardashian-Jenner M.O.: do something offensive, respond without an actual apology, and then go about their merry way. We’ve seen it time and time again with Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi ad (she still hasn’t technically apologized), Kim’s blackface, and Kylie’s *numerous* instances of cultural appropriation. And that doesn’t even begin to cover it all. The strange thing is that each time a KarJenner pulls a stunt like this, the internet reacts with shock and awe all over again as if they’re surprised by the behavior. It seems pretty obvious though: the KarJenners are doing it on purpose. Continue reading here.

femestella: Kim Kardashian recently filed a trademark for the name of her new shapewear line and — shocker — it’s incredibly offensive. The ...

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Bad, Girls, and Internet: Hot Take: Kim Kardashian Is Being Offensive On Purpose MOST READ Pervert Tries to Sexualize Billie Eilish, Twitter Takes Him Down 5 Women on What It's Like to Be Raped by a Boyfriend Anders Holm and Emma Nesper Are Perhaps The Cutest Couple Ever 'Good Girls': Loving Beth and Rio's Relationship Makes Me Feel Like a Bad Feminist J.K. Rowling Has Been Following Anti-Trans Activists And We Need an Explanation Kim Kardashian recently filed a trademark for the name of her new shapewear line and — shocker — it’s incredibly offensive.The line is going to be called Kimono, you know, as in the traditional Japanese garment. Kim responded to the backlash but didn’t actually apologize.This is pretty much the Kardashian-Jenner M.O.: do something offensive, respond without an actual apology, and then go about their merry way.We’ve seen it time and time again with Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi ad (she still hasn’t technically apologized), Kim’s blackface, and Kylie’s *numerous* instances of cultural appropriation. And that doesn’t even begin to cover it all.The strange thing is that each time a KarJenner pulls a stunt like this, the internet reacts with shock and awe all over again as if they’re surprised by the behavior.It seems pretty obvious though: the KarJenners are doing it on purpose.Continue reading here.

Kim Kardashian recently filed a trademark for the name of her new shapewear line and — shocker — it’s incredibly offensive.The line is going...

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