April 19, 2018 - #HaileyBaldwin got papped out and about in West Hollywood. This beauty looked amazing in a #Privilege Collegiate Crop,#Miaou Morgan Plaid Trousers for $350.00, and a pair of #DrMartens boots for $140.00. All info on #baldwinscloset .com or check the link in the bio 🌹
Repost from @namuhstradamus | dear #caucasian people, it is #time to use your #privilege , whether you believe you have it or not. i know how jarring it may be to hear a non-caucasian or maybe even anyone even say the words ‘#whitepeople ’ as it can take on a pejorative connotation; that’s fine. i get that. this isn’t always comfortable to have to say but that doesn’t make it any less true, necessary or timely. before i get started fully i want to #beclear this is for all of my caucasian americans. to my #friends , my #foes , to my #colleagues , my #contemporaries & my #competitors alike. to the professional #athlete /s & the #peewee coaches. to my family members of all hues. from #latenight hosts to #news anchors, #faith leaders to #police officers. school #teachers to #smallbusiness owners & service workers. for allies & detractors, everyone. i really shouldn’t have to waste my word count on how #donaldtrump has be trying to ‘bring us together’ around dividing us into sides. it’s not (or shouldn’t be) necessary to explain the ways in which his rhetoric (via speeches at rallies, non-stop tweets & numerous pieces of policy) has sought to elevate the discourse to just beneath he floorboards. there is more than enough coverage on all of that; but what this #president has done to you (whether you voted for him or not) is put you into an awkward position that either requires your vocalizing your opposition to separate yourself or gleefully accepts your consent by only requiring you do nothing.
yes, caucasian people your trial subscription to #trump ’s america is over. you have to opt-out or start paying for it because #trustme you most certainly will pay for it, dearly.
Thank you to everyone who has supported me! This season is a wrap!
Here's what's going through my brain today: All I can think about is how ridiculous it is that I am lucky enough to participate in something like bodybuilding. I've dropped a considerable amount of money to do this. I have no problem investing in the experiences that bring me joy force me to grow. That's money well-spent. I ended up somewhere between 6th and 8th place yesterday but I haven't cared about a placing or a trophy the entire time I've been involved with the sport. I've been hyper-aware of how fortunate someone has to be to pursue an endeavor like this while others are fighting to stay alive. This is not hard work, this is privilege. You won't hear me complain but I definitely don't express my gratitude enough.