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Carl Jung said that "the Shadow is the person that we’d rather not be.” He explains that the Shadow is the side of our personality which we do not consciously display in public. It may have positive or negative qualities. If it remains unconscious, the Shadow is often projected onto other individuals or groups. Anything that we judge in others is often a hidden part of our self that we deny or of which we are ashamed.

Carl Jung said that "the Shadow is the person that we’d rather not be.” He explains that the Shadow is the side of our personality which we do not consciously display in public. It may have positive or negative qualities. If it remains unconscious, the Shadow is often projected onto other individuals or groups. Anything that we judge in others is often a hidden part of our self that we deny or of which we are ashamed.

At first glance when looking at this picture we see common symbols differentiating male and female restrooms however it forces us to consider genders that don't necessarily fit into that category.

At first glance when looking at this picture we see common symbols differentiating male and female restrooms however it forces us to consider genders that don't necessarily fit into that category.

Gender roles are pumped into us from birth. Be aware of the stereotypes that are fed to you!

Gender roles are pumped into us from birth. Be aware of the stereotypes that are fed to you!

Pulp Mag Cover - Black and White photography with splash of watercolor (by Iveta Karpathyova). Pretty.

Pulp Mag Cover - Black and White photography with splash of watercolor (by Iveta Karpathyova). Pretty.

Fashion magazines set up unrealistic beauty standards that manipulated the values of the society. @Robin Katherine Roth RothzRoom

Fashion magazines set up unrealistic beauty standards that manipulated the values of the society. @Robin Katherine Roth RothzRoom

Style on the street: Sienna Miller on one of the i-D's best covers ever - N. 249, The Expressionist issue

Style on the street: Sienna Miller on one of the i-D's best covers ever - N. 249, The Expressionist issue