Thebirdspapaya's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THEBIRDSPAPAYA
76.3% of thebirdspapaya's followers are female and 23.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.10%. The average number of likes per post is 43153 and the average number of comments is 468.
Thebirdspapaya loves posting about Moms, Fashion, Fitness.
Check thebirdspapaya's audience demography. This analytics report shows thebirdspapaya's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THEBIRDSPAPAYA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF THEBIRDSPAPAYA
- Children & Family 65.38 %
- Art & Design 59.75 %
- Beauty & Fashion 57.88 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 55.61 %
- Fitness & Yoga 55.05 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 51.72 %
- Entertainment 44.42 %
- Travel & Tourism 40.85 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 37.81 %
- Home & Garden 37.79 %
- Music 33.89 %
Happy Birthday, Breonna Taylor. Please visit bit.ly/birthdayforbreonna for ways to contribute to her birthday with a list of 10 action items to commemorate her life and fight to get her justice. Breonna would have been 27 today. Campaign organizer: @battymamzelle Artists: @arielsinhaha as well as @aylasydney @nemesomi #BirthdayForBreonna If you aren’t aware of her story and her murder, please google it. She deserves justice for her birthday. #SayHerName #BreonnaTaylor
I will not be posting any content to my feed June 1-7, see my stories for daily sharing of other voices that may lend to our learning or more importantly, our unlearning. More info: @blackandembodied @jessicawilson.msrd #amplifymelanatedvoices (feel free to use this image, don’t credit me, it’s not about me. Please credit @blackandembodied @jessicawilson.msrd for the movement)
Your voice is your currency. Use it, with the power it holds. Use it, to amplify others less heard. Use it, for now we understand, that our silence can lead to more violence. (Also! I first said “your voice is your currency” in an IG story yesterday when talking about if you didn’t have the ability to donate to causes, use your voice as your currency. And knowing that almost no thought is original thought, I wanted to make sure I didn’t unintentionally use someone’s quote. I ended up finding an incredible woman named Kimberly O’Neil who did an amazing TEDx talk back in 2016 called “Your Voice Is Your Currency” and while I’d never heard it before, she certainly said it before I ever did. So giving credit where credits due: this one is all you, @justkimonline!)
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse, and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality.” -Desmond Tutu
Imagine we chose to stay home that day because of our bodies, our natural curves, our lumps and bumps, our built-in expanders we call stretch marks. Imagine that because we hadn’t seen women like us, we were led to believe they didn’t exist, as we would outcast ourselves to the sidelines. Imagine this memory was never made, this moment never happened, this photo never taken. Because we worried for what we looked like, and for the world we so deeply wanted to be accept by. But we did show up that day. Because in the big wide world of people around us, stood a smaller group of humans. Us. We saw each other for more. So while you will look upon this photo and admire the fact it is different from what we are used to, what we’re fed as ideal, I see more. I see and feel the moments behind this photo that I’ll cherish forever. For we didn’t need the world to accept us. We had each other. And the world could witness us in that joy. @arielleestoria @kristinazias @raeannlangas @choosingchelsea @fittybritttty 📷 @jelau_photography ✨creative edit @kaitlynng11
Sit. Listen. Read. Research. Learn. Hear. Understand. Change. Be active. Author: @laylafsaad “Me and White Supremacy”
The more I began to honour all that I am, all the layers and the complexities of her, I realized it wasn’t that I was becoming more of me, it was that I was coming home to her. It wasn’t a becoming. It was a homecoming.
*update: they sold out in the first few minutes, completely underestimated the demand of this, and appreciate you all and your love for what was merely a dream for me to do just last year* ❤️IT’S HERE. The @smashtess x @thebirdspapaya limited edition The Jemma Summer Romper (in new extended sizes XXS-XXXL) and The Papaya Duster which is THE perfect summer accessory. THEY BOTH HAVE POCKETS. I’m so glad I can finally LIVE in these all summer long, it’s not just a dream anymore!!! 🙌🙌🙌 #smashtessgirl #collab
Ready to live not to just exist IN our bodies, but actually living BEYOND it.
One of the most common questions I’m asked in interviews is “what would you tell your 12/14/16 year old self?” The answer has become increasingly clear to me. Because at varying body sizes, stages of life and appearances, I have made the choice over and over to not be a participant of life because of how I felt about my body. I did it before children. I did it after children. I did it in a large body, a small body, a medium body. I did it in the summertime, the fall, winter and spring. I did it in toxic relationships. The healthy ones, too. I made a choice, to not show up. To hide. To sit in my own fears, which I understand were heavily influenced by a society that profits from these types of feelings. I don’t get the chance at those memories again. I don’t get to relive my children’s childhood with them and be there more, as I chose to sit in the sidelines instead. I don’t get to go back and celebrate my body at all sizes, because I was too busy hating it at all sizes. I didn’t allow myself love and intimacy in the ways that served my body and soul, because I was too worried about what the other thought, what the other felt. I didn’t allow my memories to swell full of the real stuff. The conversations, the laughter, the food, the moments. Too many of them, even when I look back at the photos, I just remember the shame I felt about ME. It’s difficult in a world that makes you feel like your body is the most important part of you, to remember that it’s the least interesting anyhow, (@beauty_redefined) it is not an easy task. To remember that when you think of those you love, and list why, their bodies don’t land on the list. That perhaps why we are held with love in the right ways by others, our bodies do not land in the “why”. It is not easy to stop putting our bodies in the forefront of our minds, when that feels where validation and acceptance lives the most. But for the memories we all deserve to make, and the loved ones simply waiting for us to be in them, I can tell you now, it’s worth it to try. (Disclaimer: pic was edited to remove my daughter as she did not consent!)
ROUND 4 VIRTUAL COSTUME GAMES NIGHT! This Week’s Theme: 🎶Music Icons🎶 @shaughnessy Kurt Cobain @baileyjst Madonna @briony David Bowie Me: Dolly Parton! Suggestions on what we do next?? Because it just keeps getting better.
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