Wednesday, November 7, 2012

November 8 for No H8

I admit it. My manicures are many times sloppy, smeared, and everything but perfect. Does that make it okay for others to bully me or anyone else because we don't do something a certain way? NO. It is quite sad to see people hating on others at this time and age. Hate was/is/will never be acceptable under any circumstance. As a member of the nail polish community I am also saying STOP THE HATE.

I read this on Amandalandish's blog:

Most of us are, thankfully, residents of countries that support tolerance and many of our families have settled in these places simply for that reason. Generations later, it is our responsibility to perpetuate that message of tolerance across our new social platforms, including the internet.

As members of the nail polish blogging community, we all share a love of beauty, color, and lacquer. Other than that, we are remarkably different: from our race to our religion to our hair color...even to our polish application techniques. To marginalize anyone because of those differences is completely unacceptable and today I take a stand against that. I refuse to allow other people's view of "normal" dictate how I behave, believe, and blog.

In solidarity with a multitude of bloggers linked below, my purple manicure represents my proud commitment to the No H8 movement. Today, November 8, I dedicate my post to ending bullying of any kind and to encouraging diversity and imperfection among our colorful community. (Original post here)

I chose Zoya Carly and the stamp is from BM210 using Maybelline's Color Show Bold Gold.
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