When I was growing up, most little girls played with barbies. I couldn't relate to the barbies... they didn't look like me. My dad raised me on superheroes. He showed me Wonder Woman so I could see that I didn't have to be the damsel in distress. He gave me my lasso of truth by telling me that the truth will always set me free. It has. I looked up to Wonder Woman also because of my mother. She looks like her. She looks like me. Tall, curvy, dark hair, strong. I accepted myself. My mom can literally handle anything. My parents taught me to love, and to no matter what, always see the good in everyone. That's what Wonder Woman does. She stands for what's right, not easy. She stands for love. She stands for truth. In a world of men, she stands proud. I am honored to be shot as my hero, looking like my mother and holding the sword that my father gave me. This image is everything. I love everyone so much that is supporting me along my journey. .
. 📷 by @nerdcartel @fotohausco @theartistandtheart @xmanofsteelx