all we do is pin

When biracial Buzzfeeder Rachel W. Miller decided to live by the “Most Popular Pins” page for a week, this was her experience:

It’s interesting how not only does she find the ability to comment on the way it makes women overall feel somewhat incompetent, but as a biracial (although lighter, and straighter-haired) working woman, she notices that it’s really catering towards people who are home at a certain time of day, the makeup tips don’t all work (follow HypheNation on Pinterest, we’re building a Pin Board to fix that!) for her, the hair tips sort of work ridiculously, and, well, just click the link!


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