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12

Feb

Name: AnneliseAge: 18Wanna show off your tumblr?: lcplsgirl.tumblr.comTell me about this beautiful girl:Dear Annelise,Thank you.Love Always,Nina Moon

Name: Annelise

Age: 18

Wanna show off your tumblr?: lcplsgirl.tumblr.com

Tell me about this beautiful girl:
Dear Annelise,Thank you.Love Always,Nina Moon

11

Feb

Name: AmandaAge: 19Wanna show off your tumblr?: packagedmadness.tumblr.comTell me about this beautiful girl:Dear Amanda,Thank you.Love Always,Nina Moon

Name: Amanda

Age: 19

Wanna show off your tumblr?: packagedmadness.tumblr.com

Tell me about this beautiful girl:
Dear Amanda,Thank you.Love Always,Nina Moon

10

Feb

Name: Maddy Age: 18Wanna show off your tumblr?: maddyrene.tumblr.comTell me about this beautiful girl: I’m an 18 year-old senior in high school. I am a theatre student, and hope to, one day, be on SNL.
Dear Maddy,
Good luck.
Love Always,
Nina Moon

Name: Maddy 

Age: 18

Wanna show off your tumblr?: maddyrene.tumblr.com

Tell me about this beautiful girl: I’m an 18 year-old senior in high school. I am a theatre student, and hope to, one day, be on SNL.

Dear Maddy,

Good luck.

Love Always,

Nina Moon

09

Feb

What’s your name, delicate? : JaimeHow old are you?: 16Wanna show off your tumblr?: jizzykram.tumblr.comTell me about yourself: This isn’t me, it’s my friend Sarah. I’m submitting her because she’s an intelligent, beautiful, wonderful, caring, kind, did I mention fucking BEAUTIFUL young lady. :) I love her, and she deserves some recognition for being so pretty and wondrous.
Dear Jamie and Sarah,
You both are lovely.
Love Always,
Nina Moon

What’s your name, delicate? : Jaime

How old are you?: 16

Wanna show off your tumblr?: jizzykram.tumblr.com

Tell me about yourself: This isn’t me, it’s my friend Sarah. I’m submitting her because she’s an intelligent, beautiful, wonderful, caring, kind, did I mention fucking BEAUTIFUL young lady. :) I love her, and she deserves some recognition for being so pretty and wondrous.

Dear Jamie and Sarah,

You both are lovely.

Love Always,

Nina Moon

08

Feb

What’s your name, delicate? :How old are you?: 18Wanna show off your tumblr?:
Tell me about yourself: I’m a size 14, so what?Please provide a link to your lovely photo here.: http://i56.tinypic.com/2885sty.jpg
Dear Anon,
So what?
Love Always,
Nina Moon

What’s your name, delicate? :

How old are you?: 18

Wanna show off your tumblr?:

Tell me about yourself: I’m a size 14, so what?

Please provide a link to your lovely photo here.: http://i56.tinypic.com/2885sty.jpg

Dear Anon,

So what?

Love Always,

Nina Moon

07

Feb

Old photos to entice you.
<3
Couple of questions:
How often do you think the queue should post?
Do you think that the bio are in depth enough?
Wanna know more about me? (this is an ego-fufilling question)
And finally, do you have any other suggestions or compliments?

Old photos to entice you.

<3

Couple of questions:

How often do you think the queue should post?

Do you think that the bio are in depth enough?

Wanna know more about me? (this is an ego-fufilling question)

And finally, do you have any other suggestions or compliments?

What&#8217;s your name, delicate?&#160;: LHow old are you?: 22Wanna show off your tumblr?: http://plotmeister.tumblr.com/Tell me about yourself: I&#8217;m trying to figure myself out. Mostly that seems to involve figuring out the rest of the world first.Words have always been my &#8220;thing,&#8221; inasmuch as I had one. There was a time when I was loud-mouthed and confident. These days, I&#8217;m mostly shy and don&#8217;t write hardly at all. I&#8217;d like to believe things will coalesce and make sense again sometime soon.I don&#8217;t remember when I first found the word &#8220;feminist,&#8221; but I distinctly recall one day in the second grade having a heated argument with a boy (my secret crush) about female war heroes and why I damn well would be the first female president. It seems I&#8217;ve always been one, with or without the label.I have freckles on my arms (the picture is too flattering), acne-prone skin, and I&#8217;m chubby. I used to be really self-conscious about it, but the past few years I&#8217;ve learned to chill out. My body is beautiful precisely because it is my body, my beauty, not someone else&#8217;s idea of perfection. (Although someday I&#8217;m going to get back into yoga, because being healthy and muscle tone are also beautiful.) One of my dearest goals is, if I ever have daughters, to educate them about what real beauty is and give them strong female role models to follow.For a few more months, I live in a mostly rural, religious area. It is a tough place to be: I am too secular for the religious people, and too religious for the secular people. This is because I am pro-life, sort of Catholic, AND a feminist. No, this is not a contradiction. In fact, it&#8217;s a beautiful and freeing set of beliefs. But it is incredibly disheartening to get so much flak on both sides: from sheltered Catholics who don&#8217;t understand what the term &#8220;feminist&#8221; means and from feminists who can&#8217;t accept that  my beliefs do not, in fact, undermine the rights or health of women, or any other group of people for that matter. This spring I am giving a presentation on my campus about women, Catholicism, and Feminism. I hope to create a forum for genuine, civil dialogue, and discover if there are any women out there who think like me.I love poetry, words, painting, sunshine, being outdoors, sleeping in, stuffed animals, my sweet boyfriend, cooking, pixie cuts, cats, swing sets, trampolines, Viking lit, American lit, any lit, sci-fi and fantasy (think Star Trek and Buffy), languages, lying in bed naked, bubble baths, the internet, clouds, eating vegetables, webcomics, winning arguments, cake, and making people laugh.I joined tumblr for something to do and found a whole community of fellow feminists and lovers of life to follow and share with. The internet is a wonderful place.And thank you for running such a beautiful and empowering tumblog. &lt;3
Dearest L,
No, thank you.
Love Always, 
Nina Moon

What’s your name, delicate? : L

How old are you?: 22

Wanna show off your tumblr?: http://plotmeister.tumblr.com/

Tell me about yourself: I’m trying to figure myself out. Mostly that seems to involve figuring out the rest of the world first.

Words have always been my “thing,” inasmuch as I had one. There was a time when I was loud-mouthed and confident. These days, I’m mostly shy and don’t write hardly at all. I’d like to believe things will coalesce and make sense again sometime soon.

I don’t remember when I first found the word “feminist,” but I distinctly recall one day in the second grade having a heated argument with a boy (my secret crush) about female war heroes and why I damn well would be the first female president. It seems I’ve always been one, with or without the label.

I have freckles on my arms (the picture is too flattering), acne-prone skin, and I’m chubby. I used to be really self-conscious about it, but the past few years I’ve learned to chill out. My body is beautiful precisely because it is my body, my beauty, not someone else’s idea of perfection. (Although someday I’m going to get back into yoga, because being healthy and muscle tone are also beautiful.) One of my dearest goals is, if I ever have daughters, to educate them about what real beauty is and give them strong female role models to follow.

For a few more months, I live in a mostly rural, religious area. It is a tough place to be: I am too secular for the religious people, and too religious for the secular people. This is because I am pro-life, sort of Catholic, AND a feminist. No, this is not a contradiction. In fact, it’s a beautiful and freeing set of beliefs. But it is incredibly disheartening to get so much flak on both sides: from sheltered Catholics who don’t understand what the term “feminist” means and from feminists who can’t accept that  my beliefs do not, in fact, undermine the rights or health of women, or any other group of people for that matter. This spring I am giving a presentation on my campus about women, Catholicism, and Feminism. I hope to create a forum for genuine, civil dialogue, and discover if there are any women out there who think like me.

I love poetry, words, painting, sunshine, being outdoors, sleeping in, stuffed animals, my sweet boyfriend, cooking, pixie cuts, cats, swing sets, trampolines, Viking lit, American lit, any lit, sci-fi and fantasy (think Star Trek and Buffy), languages, lying in bed naked, bubble baths, the internet, clouds, eating vegetables, webcomics, winning arguments, cake, and making people laugh.

I joined tumblr for something to do and found a whole community of fellow feminists and lovers of life to follow and share with. The internet is a wonderful place.

And thank you for running such a beautiful and empowering tumblog. <3

Dearest L,

No, thank you.

Love Always, 

Nina Moon

21

Jan

What&#8217;s your name, delicate?&#160;: EilidhHow old are you?: 18Wanna show off your tumblr?: therabiddogsfollowyou.tumblr.comTell me about yourself: As you can see I dance like an idiot on a nights out.I&#8217;ve struggled with depression and self harm for a few years now with quite a lot of it being image related. Constantly believing you&#8217;re ugly takes it&#8217;s toll on your health both mentally and physically. It&#8217;s only really been over the past six months that I&#8217;ve become more comfortable with myself and my body though I still have the odd wobble as we all do.Things like this tumblr are wonderful because they emphasise that there&#8217;s not one body type that&#8217;s any more beautiful than the other. Women need to stop pitting themselves against each other if we&#8217;re to overcome sexism, patriarchy and other inequalities.
Dear Eilidh,
You&#8217;re name is just as beautiful as you are! Thank you so much for your support.
Love Always,
Nina Moon

What’s your name, delicate? : Eilidh

How old are you?: 18

Wanna show off your tumblr?: therabiddogsfollowyou.tumblr.com

Tell me about yourself: As you can see I dance like an idiot on a nights out.
I’ve struggled with depression and self harm for a few years now with quite a lot of it being image related. Constantly believing you’re ugly takes it’s toll on your health both mentally and physically. It’s only really been over the past six months that I’ve become more comfortable with myself and my body though I still have the odd wobble as we all do.

Things like this tumblr are wonderful because they emphasise that there’s not one body type that’s any more beautiful than the other. Women need to stop pitting themselves against each other if we’re to overcome sexism, patriarchy and other inequalities.

Dear Eilidh,

You’re name is just as beautiful as you are! Thank you so much for your support.

Love Always,

Nina Moon

What&#8217;s your name, delicate?&#160;: LHow old are you?: 22Wanna show off your tumblr?: http://plotmeister.tumblr.com/Tell me about yourself: I&#8217;m trying to figure myself out. Mostly that seems to involve figuring out the rest of the world first.Words have always been my &#8220;thing,&#8221; inasmuch as I had one. There was a time when I was loud-mouthed and confident. These days, I&#8217;m mostly shy and don&#8217;t write hardly at all. I&#8217;d like to believe things will coalesce and make sense again sometime soon.I don&#8217;t remember when I first found the word &#8220;feminist,&#8221; but I distinctly recall one day in the second grade having a heated argument with a boy (my secret crush) about female war heroes and why I damn well would be the first female president. It seems I&#8217;ve always been one, with or without the label.I have freckles on my arms (the picture is too flattering), acne-prone skin, and I&#8217;m chubby. I used to be really self-conscious about it, but the past few years I&#8217;ve learned to chill out. My body is beautiful precisely because it is my body, my beauty, not someone else&#8217;s idea of perfection. (Although someday I&#8217;m going to get back into yoga, because being healthy and muscle tone are also beautiful.) One of my dearest goals is, if I ever have daughters, to educate them about what real beauty is and give them strong female role models to follow.For a few more months, I live in a mostly rural, religious area. It is a tough place to be: I am too secular for the religious people, and too religious for the secular people. This is because I am pro-life, sort of Catholic, AND a feminist. No, this is not a contradiction. In fact, it&#8217;s a beautiful and freeing set of beliefs. But it is incredibly disheartening to get so much flak on both sides: from sheltered Catholics who don&#8217;t understand what the term &#8220;feminist&#8221; means and from feminists who can&#8217;t accept that  my beliefs do not, in fact, undermine the rights or health of women, or any other group of people for that matter. This spring I am giving a presentation on my campus about women, Catholicism, and Feminism. I hope to create a forum for genuine, civil dialogue, and discover if there are any women out there who think like me.I love poetry, words, painting, sunshine, being outdoors, sleeping in, stuffed animals, my sweet boyfriend, cooking, pixie cuts, cats, swing sets, trampolines, Viking lit, American lit, any lit, sci-fi and fantasy (think Star Trek and Buffy), languages, lying in bed naked, bubble baths, the internet, clouds, eating vegetables, webcomics, winning arguments, cake, and making people laugh.I joined tumblr for something to do and found a whole community of fellow feminists and lovers of life to follow and share with. The internet is a wonderful place.And thank you for running such a beautiful and empowering tumblog. &lt;3
Dear L, 
No, thank you for your support. You are much more eloquent than I.
Love Always,
Nina Moon


What’s your name, delicate? : L

How old are you?: 22

Wanna show off your tumblr?: http://plotmeister.tumblr.com/

Tell me about yourself: I’m trying to figure myself out. Mostly that seems to involve figuring out the rest of the world first.

Words have always been my “thing,” inasmuch as I had one. There was a time when I was loud-mouthed and confident. These days, I’m mostly shy and don’t write hardly at all. I’d like to believe things will coalesce and make sense again sometime soon.

I don’t remember when I first found the word “feminist,” but I distinctly recall one day in the second grade having a heated argument with a boy (my secret crush) about female war heroes and why I damn well would be the first female president. It seems I’ve always been one, with or without the label.

I have freckles on my arms (the picture is too flattering), acne-prone skin, and I’m chubby. I used to be really self-conscious about it, but the past few years I’ve learned to chill out. My body is beautiful precisely because it is my body, my beauty, not someone else’s idea of perfection. (Although someday I’m going to get back into yoga, because being healthy and muscle tone are also beautiful.) One of my dearest goals is, if I ever have daughters, to educate them about what real beauty is and give them strong female role models to follow.

For a few more months, I live in a mostly rural, religious area. It is a tough place to be: I am too secular for the religious people, and too religious for the secular people. This is because I am pro-life, sort of Catholic, AND a feminist. No, this is not a contradiction. In fact, it’s a beautiful and freeing set of beliefs. But it is incredibly disheartening to get so much flak on both sides: from sheltered Catholics who don’t understand what the term “feminist” means and from feminists who can’t accept that  my beliefs do not, in fact, undermine the rights or health of women, or any other group of people for that matter. This spring I am giving a presentation on my campus about women, Catholicism, and Feminism. I hope to create a forum for genuine, civil dialogue, and discover if there are any women out there who think like me.

I love poetry, words, painting, sunshine, being outdoors, sleeping in, stuffed animals, my sweet boyfriend, cooking, pixie cuts, cats, swing sets, trampolines, Viking lit, American lit, any lit, sci-fi and fantasy (think Star Trek and Buffy), languages, lying in bed naked, bubble baths, the internet, clouds, eating vegetables, webcomics, winning arguments, cake, and making people laugh.

I joined tumblr for something to do and found a whole community of fellow feminists and lovers of life to follow and share with. The internet is a wonderful place.

And thank you for running such a beautiful and empowering tumblog. <3

Dear L, 

No, thank you for your support. You are much more eloquent than I.

Love Always,

Nina Moon

What&#8217;s your name, delicate?&#160;: JenniHow old are you?: 17Wanna show off your tumblr?: http://coffeeaddictt.tumblr.com/Tell me about yourself: Umm.. I&#8217;m 17 years old and I study in a small high school in Finland. I don&#8217;t know yet what I want to be when I grow up but I&#8217;d love to travel all around the globe! I love dancing, food, coffee, friends, animals, high heels and making people happy. I smile almost all the time(I don&#8217;t know if I smile when I&#8217;m sleeping.) and I like when someone smiles back at me. I think people should smile more!
Hello Jenni!
Oh my goodness you are lovely. I adore that umbrella. Thank you for your support.
Love Always,
Nina Moon

What’s your name, delicate? : Jenni

How old are you?: 17

Wanna show off your tumblr?: http://coffeeaddictt.tumblr.com/

Tell me about yourself: Umm.. I’m 17 years old and I study in a small high school in Finland. I don’t know yet what I want to be when I grow up but I’d love to travel all around the globe! I love dancing, food, coffee, friends, animals, high heels and making people happy. I smile almost all the time(I don’t know if I smile when I’m sleeping.) and I like when someone smiles back at me. I think people should smile more!

Hello Jenni!

Oh my goodness you are lovely. I adore that umbrella. Thank you for your support.

Love Always,

Nina Moon