Why do people think it’s OK to objectify people for how they look? Whether it’s positively or negatively. THAT’S NOT OK. It’s an Ism – Bodyism.
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Speaking Listening Understanding, The Impact of Ism’s
The Power of Listening to Hear People’s Stories to See New Possibilities: New Ways to Make the World a Fairer and Kinder Place for Everyone Along with many people throughout the world I’m shocked, sickened and saddened by inequality, discrimination, and so many kinds of ism’s: racism, homophobism, sexism, ageism, bodyism, machoism, egoism, and soContinue reading “Speaking Listening Understanding, The Impact of Ism’s”
This Is The Way It’s Always Been Done
What’s Good For Many People, Isn’t Good For All People. Freedom of Choice Gives People Their Best Way of Doing What They Want and Need to Do This Is The Way It’s Always Been Done … are people’s stories of when they wanted to do things differently, not necessarily because they thought there was anythingContinue reading “This Is The Way It’s Always Been Done”
2 Stories of Bodyism Objectifying People Because of Their Appearance
My approach worked in bringing the conversation away from objectifying the men by the clothes they were wearing, to the techniques they were demonstrating, and considering how beneficial the platform they’re creating could be to people — would people use it? would people find it helpful? and is it something people would pay for?
My Top Three Isolation Inspirations
In the midst of times of uncertainty and disruption, powerful shifts are going to come about, and people are going to make big changes. You may not have the clarity on what you could, should, would do, if you only knew what that was, and that’s OK. Focus instead on how you could, should, would think about making decisions when the time is right for you.