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Baby Got Back: Brazilian Butt Lift

Table of Contents Definition History Procedure Risks/ Complications Costs Definition  A Brazilian butt lift (BBL) which is medically known as the gluteoplasty is when additional fat from other areas of the body such as the abdomen, lower back, hips or… Continue Reading →

Colorism

Colorism has been a sneaky contender upon the lifestyles of everyone around us. Skin color plays a large role in decision making and other things alike. Colorism is defined as the prejudicing of an individual on the basis of skin shade… Continue Reading →

Bodylore and Entertainment Journalism

Challenging Body Norms through Media Bodylore is an integral component of our lives and social interactions. As humans, we understand ourselves and engage with other through the use and acceptance of our bodies. In order to understand what bodylore encompasses,… Continue Reading →

Final Project: Anorgasmia Awareness

Final Project: Human Trafficking Awareness

My final project involved the creation of a brochure on human trafficking. My goal was to inform people about what human trafficking means. I want people to be able to distinguish a circumstance in which human trafficking is occurring and also… Continue Reading →

Final Project: Is Sex Still a Taboo Subject Video

After spending the semester discussing the ins and outs of many topics, including sexual dysfunction, sexual practice, and sexual stigmas, one thing they all share is how sex is viewed amongst us. Being in this class helped me acknowledge just… Continue Reading →

Final Project: My Hair Is… Painting

My project is inspired by my studies this semester and all that I’ve learned about black hair. I’ve found out about a lot of discrimination and the culture appropriation thrown against black hair. Due to the norm of having a… Continue Reading →

Final Project: Video Plus Size Queens

  This semester we discussed many things that related to how the body is represented in the world, and what we see the body as. A common saying that comes to mind when I think of my body is how… Continue Reading →

Final Project: Miss2MuchBooty Tumblr

    For my educational tool I wanted to create a discussion forum to get people talking about black women and their over sexualized bodies. I decided to create a blog to create awareness about my topic. I chose to… Continue Reading →

Final Project: Blog Series on First Nation Women

  We are living in an era when protest, social justice movements, and raising awareness of social problems has become the norm. It is difficult to scroll through one’s social media account and not see an article about a group of… Continue Reading →

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