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battery on 1% all week from ya’ll tagging and texting me these viral memes lol 👶🏼 Video link in bio 👆🏻
Proud 💕 talented beautiful friends @msdustymae and @the wigs and makeup manager shining and showcasing their incredible work in the latest issue of TUSH
This Tuesday 10am/11 I’ll be on BBC2 as well as the News Channels having an hour long discussion and debate about plastic surgery and beauty standards ⚒ YOU can join the discussion by using #victorialive or by tweeting in ✨ If I pop up in your living room on TV don’t forget to take a snap!
Mummy @kyliejenner and Storm Storm transformation 👼🏻 🍑
I don’t even know as this point. Transformed myself into Stormi ⛈ @kyliejenner ‘s baby. Link to full video in my bio.
Mummy @kyliejenner letting me listen to my favourite bedtime song
This is Elina Hajiyeva. She’s 14 years old. On April 4th she jumped from a third-floor window at school in Baku after reporting bullying by both students and teachers. After the suicide attempt school administrators tried to cover up the incident after the director of the school ordered the blood to be cleaned immediately. They then took Elina and interrogated her while filming it. The videos are now online which I find to heartbreaking to share where school administrators try to make a half conscious girl admit to suicidal tendencies and place the blame on her family difficulties rather than bullying issues at school. TWO HOURS after the attempted suicide, an ambulance was finally called. In hospital, Elina Hajiyeva, 14 years old, entered a coma and died two days later. Sevinj Abbasova the school principal walks freely today placing the blame on the Elina’s parent divorce quoting “child of an immoral and unfortunate family.” Elina’s death should and could have been
MUm leFt mE tO paRty so stOle tHe biTchz Wig @kyliejenner
There’s something powerful in going against modern beauty standards. I had a conversation last night with a friend saying how I wish I could paint and present myself like this when doing drag all the time, she asked me “well why don’t you?” the work would simply go, the brands wouldn’t work with me, the collabs wouldn’t exist... all because I simply enhanced the features society and beauty standards tell us to reduce making me ‘ugly’ ‘scary’ ‘feline’. Last night I felt as beautiful if not more than when I paint minimising my masculine features. I am fully aware of what sells, what people are attracted too and the ‘beauty’ world I work in, just food for thought. It seems that big = ugly, different = wrong, small = beautiful, beautiful = money.