Instagram, the social network that is synonymous with celebrities’ accounts, has recently seen a resurgence in popularity, with more than 100 million users in the US alone.
But it is still far from being a perfect social network, especially for women.
Many of the biggest names on the platform have recently come out in support of feminist causes, and for the most part, it’s been a positive move.
But not everyone is on board with the trend, and some women are now voicing their opinion about it.
“I see so many women who post videos on instagram with their friends, but it’s really upsetting to me that there’s this weird expectation that it’s OK to do this to women,” says Brianna Taylor, a fashion model and actress who’s been vocal about her support for women’s issues.
“It’s really hard to know what’s OK and what’s not.
People are going around saying things like, ‘This is what we are supposed to do.’
It’s kind of shocking to me.
I think it’s just not acceptable.”
Kloots, the fashion designer and co-founder of Vogue, recently posted an instagram video about her new book, a book she says is about women, including a chapter about women in the fashion industry.
In it, Kloots talks about her experiences as a woman in the industry and how it has impacted her.
In the video, she talks about how her journey in the business has helped shape her view of what a woman should look like.
“My journey in fashion has changed my views on women and how I see them and what they should look, and I think that’s important,” she says in the video.
“When I see other women, especially in my industry, it seems like we are always trying to do the same thing.”
Klassen, a former fashion model who is currently working on a memoir about her own life, agrees.
“I’m not an advocate of the women’s movement, but I think there’s a lot of good stuff in there,” she tells CNNMoney.
“As an artist, I can’t just do what I want to do and say it’s okay, but the idea that women can be anything and have the ability to do whatever they want to me, I think is important.”
Kleck, who is a fashion designer herself, says it’s important to remember that these are just opinions.
Women can wear the same clothes and make the same choices as men, and Kloots says she is open to the idea of sharing the work of other designers, if that’s what they want.
“If people feel like there are things that I can do to support women in a different way, I’d be more than happy to do that,” she said.
“If that means I can help inspire other designers and create something new, then that’s fine.”
Taylor, however, says the conversation needs to move away from being about how to dress and make a career and towards what we’re all supposed to look like, and how we can help each other be more confident in our bodies and our futures.
“We have to get past this idea that what women are supposed in the world is supposed to be perfect and perfect is what women deserve,” she adds.
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