I was approached this week by @reformation to model for a photoshoot for their #freethebush swim campaign and when I asked about compensation for my time for a 4 hour photoshoot on the other side of Los Angeles, or at least a tag in the photo on their social media, they told me "we don't do that" and offered to pay for my Uber (which I don't need bc I have a car) and clothes (which I don't need either).
You want me to wake up early and traverse the city to do a photoshoot for a major brand, get paid NOTHING and not even get a simple tag on Instagram...? Well I have an answer for you too @reformation : "I don't do that." When I politely told them I wasn't able to do the job without any compensation, they just *didn't even write back to me*. I see how it is - girls are willing to flash their pubes for the camera for free and they don't need to pay women for their work? If I'm going to sell my body, I'm at least going to make from money off the sale...
Who are all these major companies that want to use our bodies for their gain and give us nothing in return? If you were willing to pay for me ride and give me clothes, why not give me the $ that would have cost, or I can give you my phone bill and you can pay that for me? It's very frustrating this world we live in where everyone wants something for nothing and the social media monster makes young girls think they should be "grateful" to have the "opportunity" to have their bodies on display in public making another company $ while I get 0 in return for their time (not to mention the time it takes to let your pubes grow out haha)
Anyways, rant over, but here - I'll give you guys a pic of my pubes for free, it's the least I can do ;)
. #pussypower is standing up for yourself and demanding what you're worth.