12 Truthful Illustrations That Tear Stereotypes About Women Apart

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3 years ago

It might be not that easy to maintain your self-confidence when there are so many double standards, stereotypes, and expectations. This is exactly what illustrations by artist Lainey Molnar are about. They are about freedom of choice, self-acceptance, relationships, and career expectations. They show how women are perceived by modern society and what pressure they experience.

At Bright Side, we are amazed by how accurate Lainey’s observations are. And we agree with every word in them.

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Literally most new mothers get postpartum depression being a mother is not easy xxxx

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Also i get ur promoting body positivity but wishing you look like someone else could even promote suicide

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Do you agree with the artist’s ideas? Especially the one that says that everyone of us has freedom of choice? Share your opinion in the comments below.

Preview photo credit lainey.molnar / Instagram

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Umm... not sure about that... given that I'm a woman nd i actually prefer to stay at home but maybe I'm just an introvert... It might be hard for some...🙄

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i am just saying some people think cooking and cleaning and being a house wife is easy, but it is not

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I like how everyone, literally everyone in any country always keeps saying NO ONE WANTS A WOMAN THAT...
but no one ever, just ever mentions no one wants a MAN that... 🤦‍♀️

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yeah a man can be as ugly / undeveloped / untrained as he can and he will still find a girl, while if a woman is not 100% perfect and doesn't fit into some unwritten standards, people start to judge

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2 years ago
This comment was too good to show it to everyone.

that’s so not true. Women are saying that all the time. 🤔 You never said it? I know i did and all the girls i know😅

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the last one is so true... going to the stores gives me anxiety lately, seriously

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it's 2021 already, but most of the stores still use extremely slim models and mannequins in the stores to display their clothes. Where did they see such women irl? It makes me not feeling self-confident too 🤷‍♀️

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they think if they put some plus size girls on the magazine covers they contribute to the society, but they actually keep doing what they were doing all along

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