Alyshea JacksonModel Female London, England, United Kingdom
My Website: My BlogMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/JustAnotherJackson
Mayhem # 3369950
About MeHey there :). Thanks for taking a look at my profile!
My name is Alyshea Jackson, however I prefer to be called Lee, it’s much easier for people to remember and it makes me feel more comfortable! I am an ethnically mixed girl (Jamaican, Guyanese, Indian, Persian) living and studying in West London.
I am not contracted to any modelling agencies, however it is a passion of mine to become a model. I am super easy going and pretty much down for any type of project as long as they are handled tastefully. I would love to gain some experience working as a model, so if you are interested in working with me, send me a message! I'd love to hear your ideas :)
I am currently working on my dissertation where I am creating a campaign focusing on Body Shaming, particularly in regards to stretch marks, trying to help people accept the beauty of them and that they are a natural occurrence of the human body.
My campaign will be named "Earn your stripes", in order to tie in with the strength, and powerful side of having stretch marks, and everyone's individual story behind how they got theirs.
If anyone has the spare time, could you please help me out by answering a few questions to help me conduct my research, and also for short interview purposes which I could perhaps feature on my blog with your permission.
If possible, could you please answer the following questions, in as much details as you would like, and inbox me your responses or leave a comment under my latest photo or on my profile:
1) What is your definition of perfection?
2) How do you feel about the appearance of stretch marks?
3) Why do you think that people dislike their stretch marks and want them to be removed?
4) What do you think is the media impact on the appearance of stretch marks?
5) Do models ever feel uncomfortable showing their stretch marks (if they have
any) on set?
6) Are models often specifically posed in a way to hide their stretch marks or
other skin ‘issues’?
7) Would having stretch marks negatively impact a girls ambition or chances of becoming a model?
8) Are people with stretch marks looked down upon within society and/or the fashion world?
9) Do you ever think there will ever be a great appeal for people with stretch marks in the fashion and modelling industry?
10) What has caused there to be a stigma around stretch marks?