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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF CAITINKITTEN
45.4% of caitinkitten's followers are female and 54.6% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.60%. The average number of likes per post is 1328 and the average number of comments is 19.
Caitinkitten loves posting about Pets, Modeling, Fashion.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR CAITINKITTEN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF CAITINKITTEN
- Beauty & Fashion 84.28 %
- Art & Design 76.37 %
- Photography 65.67 %
- Books and Literature 53.64 %
- Business & Careers 36.51 %
- Movies and TV 35.21 %
- Music 34.99 %
- Travel & Tourism 34.83 %
- Technology & Science 34.02 %
do you ever feel so overwhelmed that you don't know what to say as though your words get fuzzy like white noise? it's somewhat like being in the eye of the storm and not knowing where to turn for safety. sometimes it's less serious and more like closing your eyes at night - you don't get scared, but you do get used to the lack of light. yet in one year so much has transpired that i can't even touch on it all and without being able to talk to Mika everyday or hold onto my familiar Cassie when i'm down, it's even harder. we're still in the middle of a pandemic, as well as a troubling election year, but at least i see an appetite for some serious change and a passion to stand up for what's right. although a lot of us are in this together, it's been a rough and ongoing battle. i can create through the chaos of it and allow art to save my sanity, but communicating through it is difficult and the act of sharing on social media is troubling at times because of how fabricated everything can be here. that's also setting aside that i already struggle with the idea of how tailored social media has become and how i fail to fit the form. whenever i think that i know what it is that i want to share, i feel like more adds on before i can get it out and that paralyzes me rapidly. autumn will soon shift into winter as the settling hibernation kicks in and it only encourages my introverted nature to reflect inwardly all the more. this is when i like to sit on patches of moss, sip some tea, and allow the fog to consume me. this is when i let my aspirations steep like a precious brew as i plan out the intricacies of my dreams to come. after Halloween this turns into a time of slight hibernation for me. despite that, when i got my ballot i voted immediately and i hope that you do the same if you haven't already. this isn't the time to stay quiet. please make your voices heard. please use your privilege if you have it. i know that we all feel discouraged, but put down that multilayered anxiety burrito and do something. now it's time for me to take a hot CBD bath, eat some gingersnaps, and attempt to cuddle the tiny beast while we hunt amanitas and ghosts in my dreams.
a waiting spider in its web. MUAH - @bek.harvey photographer - @olivia_lazer
oh hey boyfran.
since many of us are consumed by the surrounding heaviness of sadness and stress, here's a cat and a mouse getting along.
i read an article that dreams are a continuation of reality which reminded me of some powerful words by Carl Jung. my own dreams have felt almost carnal despite simultaneously having an unearthly essence to them. it can be a little too tangible and i wake up with a bittersweet lingering within and around me. when i wake up it's a sensation similar to choking on air and then it eases into waves of velvety static and cobwebs of cotton candy. lately it's been intense every night and ongoing for the past few weeks. "I must learn that the dregs of my thought, my dreams, are the speech of my soul. I must carry them in my heart, and go back and forth over them in my mind, like the words of the person dearest to me. Dreams are the guiding words of the soul." ~Carl Jung photographer - @anthonymorrow.photo MUAH - @bek.harvey jewelry - @squirrelvscoyote
and now it's August. for me personally this has been one of harshest periods of my life to survive and conquer, but the truth is that it's been an ultimately chaotic year for everyone in a multitude of ways. the world is in a state of alteration as we stand up and speak out fiercely for a significant amount of change. there is and will be a lot to manage. i know that navigating the maze of 2020 can feel futile at times. often it's more about surviving the day and when that happens that's quite alright. if you feel lethargic or eroded, that's okay, take a break, but don't let your perseverance be destroyed. even if your stomsch sinks like cement and your eyes have eternally rolled back into your head, don't give up. give yourself a hug. know that i love you.
all black women matter. all black trans women matter. all black lives matter. say her name. Breonna Taylor, Sandra Bland, Aiyana Stanley-Jones, Korryn Gaines, Reika Boyd, Mya Hall, Atatiana Jefferson, Dana Martin, Yahira Nesby, Ashanti Carmon, Claire Legato, Nia Wilson, Michelle Tamika Washington, Paris Cameron, Zoe Spears, Jazzaline Ware, Charleena Chavon Lyles, Riah Milton, Dominique Rem'mie Fells, Kiki Fantroy, Bree Love Slater, Tete Gully, Brayla Stone, Merci Mac, Monica Diamond, Tatiana Hall, Nina Pop, Tony Mcdade, and unfortunately so many more. image "Untitled" by Devin Allen @bydvnlln
the air is drenched. solstice, father's day, juneteenth, and pride. a time to have tough conversations and to make room for radical change. i'm proud of everyone that's taking a stand. this is a time that will be remembered and we're far from being done. all black lives will always matter. for this reason, i'm not going to share photos of my loved ones and distract from what is a much more important issue today. however, i wanted to honor and remember these people without taking away from this movement. to start, this is around the time when last year i spoke with my dearest friend Mika for the last time before she had a seizure and fell next to me. these memories are painfully intense and reliving them is probably the hardest thing that i've experienced yet. i'm still trying to figure out how to navigate life with fragments of her crystalline heart that live within me now and with her tender echoes that illuminate the surfaces of the world like a moonstone glistening in the dark. this is also around the time when my dear nana, my mother's mom, died of cancer 20 years ago, which left a real scar on me. her spirit lives on in the roses. i miss her everyday. now my father's mother, my grandma, is also dying in the comfort of her home. i can see my father in her sparkling eyes and hear him in her stubborn chuckle, something that to me feels bittersweet. she helped me study art, birds and tricks with gardening. we share the same love for the fleeting cherry blosssoms most of all and i think that is where her soul will become eternal. i told her how i'm progressing with my art during this frustrating quarantine that put most things on hold and that made her light up like nothing else. just like it would have brought joy to my father. or to Mika, who just so happened to share the same middle name as my grandmother. the overlapping of time is such a beautiful and cruel thing. synchronicity is powerful and painful. time doesn't always feel real while shifting in and out of ghost stories. my heart is heavy, but fortunate. i've been loved by some truly incredible people and every one of them have fiercely believed in me. i'm lucky to have had them in my life at all.
this isn't about violence. the violence that exists is primarily due to cops responding to protests about police brutality with nothing but more police brutality. this isn't about destruction. pay attention to everyone and do not group all people as a whole. also consider asking yourself a few questions, like why is a tear gas canister appropriate use by police but once it is thrown back at them it's considered a weapon? why can police use rubber bullets not only inappropriately but at peaceful protestors? why is it that protestors are immediately deemed as violent looters but police are only "seizing" and "controlling"? police are specifically targeting peaceful protestors while ignoring agitators who are often the ones "looting" anyway and they're ignoring it on purpose. they want you to associate protests with violence. they want to try to justify their brutality that they know is wrong. besides, Target is going to be fine. Amazon is going to be fine. i've heard some people ask when will things will go back to normal after these protests and i dont think they quite get the point of this. a system cannot fail those it was never designed to protect. it's time for change. there's a link in my bio with several helpful information, tools and resources to anyone who needs them.
there needs to be an end to racism. as much as i struggle to comprehend why some people feel and act as aggressively as they do towards other human beings due to the color of their skin, it remains obvious to me that the prejudice exists and daily violence is happening because of it. every day, every hour, someone is being horribly mistreated if not outright murdered due to white people's intolerance and this has been endured by people of color for far too long. it needs to stop. it's time to move forward onto a platform of impartiality. it's time to grow into a society that can accept and welcome fairness to all humans, because what matters is what's within. we need to show our anger, rage, and disappointment about this countries stubborn lack of equality. the blanket of silence over such blatant racist behavior needs to disintegrate. give your love to those who need it now more than ever and show your rage to those who don't want to hear it. support our brothers and sisters who never have had the privilege to be able to safely stand up for themselves. the rest of us need to acknowledge what's wrong and what's been wrong. it's time for a radical change. express your rage to those in power. make your voice heard by those who can organize change and make it happen. i understand that change is something that people tend to fear because it can be a way of admitting that what they once believed or how they once lived was at fault, but they're denying themselves the ability to evolve. society has been designed to keep itself comfortable, no matter the consequences. people are afraid to admit a need for change, but it has to happen and it has to happen now. some of us are already outraged and moving forward to help, but for those who aren't, you need to make the first step to address within yourself that it's time to grow. it's time for equality. although i can't force anyone to understand this, i can only remain resilient in my desire to not give up on encouraging a new way of thinking and living.
this was taken last year when i legitimately had the worst flu of my life for my birthday, but i hadn't yet come to that realization yet so we played in lingerie. fortunately i'm still here and so are the few unlucky souls who caught it from me.
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