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“Makeup has no gender or rules — it’s for everyone,” says 22-year-old freelance artist Jacinda Pender (@adultsdrink). “Makeup is about YOU and how you interpret it.”⁣ ⁣ “My work seeks to celebrate individuality, queer identity, inclusion and being unapologetically you. I think it’s important to amplify Black voices, especially the ones that continue to be silenced by those that deem our voices too loud. It’s about celebrating Black intersectionality, talking about Black pain and recognizing Black talent and beauty.⁣ ⁣ My work is a reflection of me, and I feel like my voice can be heard louder through the power of makeup.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣ ⁣ Photos by @adultsdrink

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“Real progress to me looks like diverse representation, not being a ‘conversation’ or ‘groundbreaking.’ It’s just how things should be; it’s what normal should look like.” —Singer and actress Andra Day (@andradaymusic)⁣ ⁣ Tonight, the first-time nominee is up for two Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes), both from her work on the film “The United States vs. Billie Holiday.”⁣ ⁣ For Andra, being a Black woman in her industry means “having to break down barriers, stereotypes and not adhering to other’s expectations. It means reminding people that Black women are amazing multilayered human beings like everyone else.⁣ ⁣ Andra explains, “Black women know best how to represent themselves and tell their stories. Invest in them. Fund them. Straight like that.⁣” ⁣ #ShareBlackStories 🖤 #SeeMe⁣ ⁣ Photo of @andradaymusic by @msayles

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#HelloFrom Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy, France. We are dreaming of taking in the view of this historic island abbey about a half-mile off the country’s northwestern coast.⁣ ⁣ Photo by @formgestalter

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Here’s Wisdom Kaye (@wisdm) serving up his pandemic edition, red carpet looks ahead of the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes).⁣ ✨🔥✨⁣ ⁣ “Things being virtual and online honestly isn’t the setback it can seem like,” says the 19-year-old model and creator. “It’s the perfect opportunity to show off and share new and creative ideas.⁣ ⁣ Personally, I just keep doing what I’ve been doing — trying to push men’s fashion forward by inspiring others through my work.”⁣ ⁣ Reel by @wisdm⁣ Music by Castle High

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Meet Yohji (@yohjikattamoto), a Persian cat with some dental issues who is very cuddly, but ONLY on his own terms.⁣ ⁣ #WeeklyFluff⁣ ⁣ Photo by @yohjikattamoto

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Black history is written every day. 🖤 For more posts like this one from @nikhol.henderson that show the power and joy of the Black community during Black History Month and all year long, check out our story. #ShareBlackStories Reel by @nikhol.henderson Music by @dsmoke7

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“In a world that wants to change us, it’s a radical act of resistance to love ourselves for exactly who we are," says actor, fitness instructor and self-proclaimed “lover of life” James Rose (@jamesissmiling), who has recovered from disordered eating. “It’s not about looking in the mirror and enjoying what you see; it’s about internalizing that you are wholly worthy beyond any reflection.” James struggled with society’s expectation of masculinity, while being lauded for their femininity, and never fully identifying with either one. “My disordered eating was, in many ways, an attempt to manipulate my body to conform to both of these gendered expectations. The expectations I was attempting to conform to were never mine.” For James, a community that uplifts and celebrates you is key to any kind of recovery. “Positive community isn’t about surrounding yourself with people who say nice things to you. It’s filling your circle with folks who love you enough to call you in, to educate you, to let you cry on their shoulder, to cheer you on and allow you to do the same for them.” It’s #NEDAwareness Week. In collaboration with @neda, Instagram is supporting people who may be affected by negative body image or an eating disorder. Learn more from the link in our bio. Reel by @jamesissmiling

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South Korean dancer and choreographer Yoojung Lee (@yoojunglee11) started dancing at 17, but moving to music always came naturally. Her spirit and style is contagious — you can’t help but smile (and dance) along with her.⁣ 💥😊💥⁣ ⁣ “Dance exists for all people,” says Yoojung. “I hope more people can enjoy dancing as their hobby and that it can account for bigger portions of many people’s happiness. Just dance today and tomorrow!” ❤️️⁣ ⁣ Reel by @yoojunglee11⁣ Music by @conangray

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“Skating makes me feel like I am capable of anything,” says roller skater Ivey Rose (@spicyivey). “It is the most freeing, liberating and loving feeling in the world.”⁣ ⁣ “Skating has always been my biggest outlet, and when I lost my hair, I was scared that it would affect my experience at the skatepark and the way people viewed me,” explains 20-year-old Ivey, who has alopecia.“As time went on, I began to realize that people didn’t like me or enjoy watching me skate because of my hair, it was because of who I am and because of my talent. Skating helped me develop a better relationship with myself and accept my disease.⁣ ⁣ The feeling of working hard for a trick and landing it, and seeing others land new tricks are some of my favorite things about skating. It excites me to see what humans are capable of doing.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣ ⁣ Video of @spicyivey by @morganchapmanmedia

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Twin sisters Teagan and Sam Rybka (@rybkatwinsofficial) = inseparable. 👯‍♀️💕 The Perth, Australia, natives share a love of acrobatics and dance that started at just 3 years old. “It’s all we’ve ever known, and we can’t imagine our lives without it.”⁣ ⁣ Cartwheel across Perth with Teagan and Sam — try not to get dizzy.⁣ 🤸‍♀️💫⁣ Reel by @rybkatwinsofficial⁣ Music by @avamax

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Athlete Masato Yano (@masato_streetworkout) describes street workout as a discipline fit for superhumans.⁣ ⁣ “One of the great things about street workout is that you can perform it with your own body,” says Masato, who first discovered the routine three years ago. “There’s a high degree of freedom without being bound by detailed rules.”⁣ ⁣ Training in outdoor parks or at home with little equipment, Masato developed routines and combinations that include variations on his favorite isometric planche exercise (shown), a skill in gymnastics and calisthenics where the body is parallel to ground while being supported above the floor by straight arms.⁣ ⁣ “The best moment is when you can do the skills you haven’t done before,” he says.⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣ ⁣ Video by @masato_streetworkout

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“What inspires me the most is defying gravity,” says professional athlete Ibrahima Sory Bangoura (@ibra_acro_boy). “I started doing acrobatics when I was 12 in Guinea with my friends, just for fun. Soon it became a passion.”⁣ ⁣ Old martial arts movies bring Ibra lots of inspiration. “When I am in the air, I have a feeling of being weightless. I feel light, as if time is standing still. I wish that this feeling would never stop.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣ ⁣ Video by @ibra_acro_boy

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