On Good Morning America this morning, we talked about Grammy-winner, Lorde and her most recent viral tweet that showed two photos. One photo showed Lorde with flawless skin, photoshopped to perfection. The other photo showed Lorde completely natural, skin imperfections and all.
Why is this significant? Lorde is a superstar with millions of fans. And in a society that often makes you feel like you’re not good enough as you are and that celebrities just walk around like the picture of perfection, Lorde’s voice is refreshing. She all at once tells us that we all have flaws, she’s not perfect and that we are all OK just as we are.
Is her message for girls or can it apply to boys as well? We know the pressure that girls are under to look a certain way. Lorde is a great role model for girls because she embraces her flaws. But I think this is something everyone needs to hear in a society that often makes you feel that you need to be photoshopped before you walk out in public.
What can moms do for girls who might be self conscious? I was presenting on the power of media messaging just last night and here are some Read more