This one is for the mothers and future mothers who worry about raising chocolate skinned daughters in a world that seems to always try to put them down. In such a visually based culture, the idea of loving every part of your being needs to be taught at a young age. Once a child leaves the comfort of the home, they become socialized into a culture that seems to value a very specific type of body. In this world, the curly gravity-defying hair, the thick lips, and the dark skin may be deemed unattractive. As mothers and future mothers, it is our job to teach our daughters to love every ounce of their being, and to take full ownership of their bodies.