“I’m Sorry, But I Didn’t Realize That It Was My Wireless Provider’s Job To Fix My Face”

Personally I had no idea this was an app on my phone (yes I have a Samsung) but it won’t be soon. How many more things is society going to throw at us to try and make us feel inadequate? No thank you.

The Positive Black Woman™

As I scrolled through Facebook one Sunday afternoon, I saw someone’s photo that I knew very well and was amazed at the person’s clear skin and slim face. Why was I amazed because I just recently saw the person and her face is not clear nor is she slim. I am not hating here, I am going somewhere with this stay with me. Not too long ago we were fighting the media for selling us the airbrushed images of our favorite stars. We said this gave us a poor image of ourselves because women especially would compare themselves to unrealistically beautiful, thin, airbrushed women. So because we now have the capability to edit and correct our own imperfections, it’s okay?

Medium mag says “apparently, Samsung thinks your face could use some work” and we just went along with it. Now, when we take a “selfie” the Beauty Image app turns on automatically…

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