Molnar, a 31-year-old woman is using her vision to empower women worldwide. She creates comics focusing on women’s role in society and how they perceive it.
“I believe that the pressure on women comes from both inside our own community and outside, be it family, media, or men,”said the artist. “It is incredibly hard to navigate all of their expectations and reach the milestones society has set out for us, like maintaining the perfect size and shape, being maternal but also ambitious, strong but also sensitive, staying youthful and fresh while gracefully accepting the aging process, looking ideal but not overdoing plastic surgery. I could go on and on and on, and we are all so tired of this.”
Molnar is a woman from Hungary and she works as a business strategist and deals with a lot of content created and women who own businesses to achieve their goals on social media. “I started my career as my country’s first personal blogger and ran my blog and the fashion store attached to it for almost 8 years, wrote a guidebook for powerful women, and I also wrote for women’s magazines.”
Drawing has been her hobby for more than two decades. After my blogging days, I stepped away from the limelight because of the habitual online harassment I received, so when [the place I live in] went into lockdown [due to the pandemic] earlier this year, I decided to create a comic-style avatar for myself and started posting drawings about her to process what I’m going through (or all of us go through) as a woman under the pressure of society and just simply… life.”
It’s 2022 now and can we stop telling women about how to dress their own bodies? No matter where you are, women always get into judgment, sexual assault, catcalling, broken cheats, accidents pregnancies. The way women does mirror their moods, personalities, beliefs, and comfort zones, not their moral backgrounds.
Molnar has always been a great supporter and contributor to no-shame talks surrounding topics like adult friendships, not wanting children, and mental illness. “The idea to start drawing about the vulnerability that is actually our biggest strength came naturally to me. I think we women (womxn, actually) need to stick together to break the barriers and push these topics so far that eventually, nobody would even question ‘alternative’ life choices that are out of our control anymore.”
“At the end of the day, they don’t hurt anyone. Going against the grain when it comes to societal standards and still being happy and content can take away the sense of control from people who align with these standards and I believe that’s why they’re judging because suddenly their system isn’t foolproof and that can be scary.”
Molnar highly believes that it’s time to normalize women’s choices.
The choices in people’s lives don’t range from right to wrong according to the expectations of society. The Internet has changed the whole world in the last 30 years. Women always have the pressure of missing out on something. Therefore It’s important to give everyone respect and compassion because we are all doing our best.
Comments like “your metabolism will change with age” are nonsense. The above post has nothing to do with diets, nutrition, or workouts. Aging is happening to everyone. But anyway both these bodies are perfect and they are worthy of love and care.
You have to learn to appreciate the things you have and understand that the most beautiful thing in life is really simple things that you can do almost every day.
Women are different from each other. Each and every one of them has different desires and life goals. But for some girls, it’s not about becoming a mother at all. Childless women can do so much to make the world a better place. We should all respect everyone’s opinions without any judgment.
Can we just talk about butt sweat? It’s hard for me to sit without leaving a puddle wherever I go. The worst experience I have had is a job interview that I attended 10 years ago. I promptly jumped up to shake hands with the interviewer. However, I left two dripping thigh makes on the chair. Then I made eye contact with the interviewer after he looked at it. The interviewer was horrified. Ladies in skirts and shorts, please tell me I am not alone!
‘Every single time!! I hug guys with my head bent back like an exorcism patient and still get stains on their shirts, so I started yelling “No no I don’t want to get makeup on you” when hugs are initiated. They usually say “I don’t care” but I feel mortified. Anyone else?’
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