What's it like waking up as a Victoria's Secret Angel? If you're model Taylor Hill, it means readying for a day full of hair, makeup, and hosting parties for the brand's latest fragrance launch, Tease Rebel. In this episode of Waking Up With... we spent the morning with Taylor Hill at the InterContinental New York Barclay as she shared the first thing she does when she gets out of bed, how much coffee it takes to fuel her morning, and the one podcast that — literally — saves her day.
Watch our episode of Waking Up With Dove Cameron: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tC2-rEzRSc
Check in at the InterContinental New York Barclay: https://intercontinentalnybarclay.com
Buy the new Tease Rebel fragrance: https://www.victoriassecret.com/beauty/perfume/tease-rebel-eau-de-parfum?ProductID=401310&CatalogueType=OLS
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it’s funny how much the media is trying to shove this “perfect” life as the norm when that isn’t life... it’s not good for young girls to think this is how life has to be or they’re less than these “role models”
Why celebrate LGBT Pride? The history of oppression for LGBT persons has centered around notions of appropriateness/normality and invisibility. LGBT persons have often lost their families, their friends, their employment and their lives because others have deemed the way they love to be inappropriate or abnormal. Our society has a strong sense of gendered normality: Men do x and women do Y. Indeed, who we are allowed to love has historically been linked to that which is deemed appropriate for our gender. When an individual chooses to live with integrity, as an authenticate person, despite the societal dangers of doing so, they exemplify Pride; that is worthy of celebration. The freedom possessed by todays lgbt students was made possible by the courage and strength of individuals who refused to feel shame for who they were and Who lived authentically and openly, winning straight allies along the way. Instead of lamenting the paucity of role models living authentically when we, as educators, were in school, perhaps we are called to be the role model we wished we had had! Now, and every day, is the time for Pride!
Professor of LGBTQ Studies.
May 22nd is Education Support Professionals Day!!
As educators, we know the crucial role played by the thousands of paraprofessionals, office workers, bus drivers, custodians and maintenance staff in our schools and/or Community Colleges. In fact, it would be difficult to imagine a school going for one day without ESPs.
When we talk about strengthening our schools, we need to strengthen everyone who works within them. Along with recruiting and retaining quality teachers, we must recruit and retain quality education support professionals. To do that, it certainly means providing decent wages and benefits to the people who spend their days making sure our students are safe, well fed and learning.