Comment on Skin Colour is Not a Fashion Statement (And no, we won’t “get a tan…”) by Zelda.
Thank you! While I myself am naturally very pale, I have never really been bothered by it, or about it. I have had to shrug off the various, “You don’t look a shade darker!” comments after a week in Cuba, but it really didn’t bother me. The idea, however, that a woman needs to be tan to be attractive, drives me up the wall. Any woman, regardless of her color, is beautiful, and should not have to change herself to be thought of that way. I roll my eyes every summer when I come across the tanning article that is inevitably there, in every magazine, telling us how to “get that sun-kissed glow!”. I have never had the urge to look like an Oompa Loompa, lobster, or dehydrated fruit in my later years, and thus, have never used any sort of tanning product. We are what we are, and we should be allowed to embrace it, without society berating us with ridiculous stereotypes of beauty.
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