Insecure marketing, women and advertising

Today I learned that: “#Insecure #marketing is used in women’s #advertising.” For example page 2 reads: “Be you”, page 3 is a women with a placard that reads ”I’ve just had my breasts done, but the biggest change you’ll see is on my face.”

As a women whats your take?

”I've just had my breasts done, but the biggest change you'll see is on my face.”

”I’ve just had my breasts done, but the biggest change you’ll see is on my face.”

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Be you, Be authentic

I’m not a “#coconut”, I’m well spoken, I’m African, I’m proud of who I am, that’s why I never changed my first name Tsakane, to my second name Melody to make it easier foFeatured imager anyone to pronounce… Melody doesn’t make me less African!

It was my musician friend Tyrone Holy Madiba​ who made fall in love with my second name even more, he defines Melody as “The best part of every song,” so he says my parents think I’m the best part of every song… How cute is that?

Be you, be authentic, choose to see the beauty in all you see, research, read, love, live, always be open to lean and appreciate the people around you.

Be blessed, and be a blessing to others!