Oh boy y’all, this is a very weird post to write. I actually wasn’t planning on commenting on this story, but it’s been making the rounds on social media and I think it’s important that I say something. In case you haven’t heard, arguably the largest feminist brand out there, Feminist Apparel, has kind of imploded in the last few weeks. Now, I’m not here just to drag my competition. I have friends who are in the same field as me, and I really believe there’s room for all of us! But the CEO and founder of Feminist Apparel, Alan Martofel, completely crossed a line and I think it opens the door to a more important conversation that we need to have about where we put our money.
This post is part of a collaboration with Blue Flame Boudoir. The photos are semi-risque but no nudity. Just a warning since that’s not my normal content 🙂
Ohhhh y’all. I’m equal parts stoked and TERRIFIED to post these photos! I actually got them back about a month ago and have been working on this blog post since then, trying to psych myself up for it. I’m a relatively modest person, but I also believe that women should be able to express themselves however they want. When Denver boudoir photographer Mackenzie of Blue Flame Boudoir approached me about collaborating for these photos I was SO excited but, as mentioned above….TERRIFIED.