I’m utterly confused as to how Kimberly Kardashian’s haircut is so relevant to society that it has the world chatting. Very little credit to her, but to her team for executing this ‘project’ so well and so often. Her so called ‘sexuality’ sets her apart but tapping into a world of class based on a curvy figure does not make it credible.
Disappointingly enough she speaks the language of fashion and battles to stand out making two statements :
1) Smiling is out of fashion
2) Nudity is in fashion
It’s the uncommon that grabbed my attention in the below speech. Beauty is within, to hold ground, to be kind and to stand out alone. Strangeness is necessarily in order to be unique.
“We need women who are so strong that they can be gentle, so educated that they can be humble, so fierce that they can be compassionate, so passionate that they can be rational, and so disciplined that they can be free. We need uncommon women. And here you are. And how deeply reassuring to me it is to know that wherever we go—there you will be.”
(Mount Holyoke College Commencement Speech, Kavita N. Ramdas ‘85)