I see it all the time, particularly when my girlfriends are getting ready to go out.

Our culture has a double standard that runs so deep, many women have actually built up an automatic defense—attempting to be a step ahead of potential critics by making sure we have “real” reasons for anything we say or do.

Often it’s men propelling these acts of sexism, but women discount one another too: Think about how many times you’ve heard a woman say about another woman, “Oh, she’s just doing that for attention.” Our society tells women we can’t be, say, sexy opinionated about politics. Instead our society asks us to declare and defend our motivations, which makes us second-guess them, all while men do what they please without question.

Meanwhile, when Madonna, who is 58 and a revolutionary in that same kind of artistic sexuality, wears a sheer dress to the Met Gala, critics call her “a hot mess” who’s “desperate.” But isn’t she just making one of her signature political statements about female sexuality (and, incidentally, about our ageist, sexist culture too)?

In any case, they are both performers who undoubtedly like attention. Many young girls I know have fake hair, fake lips, cheek implants, botox and a small fake nose.

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L-glutamine promotes good recovery after a gym session and lots of other stuff.

We are more than our bodies, but that doesn’t mean we have to be a shamed of them or our sexuality.

As women we are accused of seeking attention more than men are, whether for speaking out politically, for dressing a certain way, or for even posting a selfie.

These 5 things are what I do a week before a beach vacation to feel and look my best.