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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF VENUSLIBIDO
69.9% of venuslibido's followers are female and 30.1% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.10%. The average number of likes per post is 1410 and the average number of comments is 13.
Venuslibido loves posting about Art, Fashion, Beauty.
Check venuslibido's audience demography. This analytics report shows venuslibido'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 VENUSLIBIDO
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF VENUSLIBIDO
- Beauty & Fashion 63.42 %
- Art & Design 57.33 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.60 %
- Photography 43.51 %
- Books and Literature 40.75 %
- Business & Careers 37.59 %
- Fitness & Yoga 36.95 %
- Music 35.71 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 35.21 %
- Travel & Tourism 34.63 %
In today’s news MPs say endometriosis care needs urgent improvements. Diagnosis times need to be improved. After care needs to be improved. Treatment needs to be improved. Education around the condition needs to be improved. The list goes on! Endometriosis is life changing and we shouldn’t have to wait 8 years to be diagnosed. Endometriosis causes mental health issues, suicide, debilitating pain, infertility and much more. This condition shouldn’t be taken lightly and I urge our government to make changes so that we don’t have to suffer for longer than we need to. #endometriosis
Returning to work got me feeling like this
Lots of fun new stuff coming to my shop very soon! 💜
My ring collab with @thisstoryjewellery will back and available on their store tonight at 6pm. Why not treat ya self ✌🏼
Sun, sea and bikinis keeps the doctor away 🌙
Hell is a place on earth 🥀
A few months ago @grrrlzinefair asked me to create an illustration for their Grrrl in Print issue 4 to go alongside a written piece by @browngirlkim. Kim wrote about her sisters journey with endometriosis, which of course I felt very connected to. She watched her sister get dismissed over and over again by professionals while she spent several years suffering with no real diagnosis. Kim talks about how this has helped shaped her opinion on periods and how we need to make it more clear on what’s normal and what isn’t when it comes to our periods. To read the full story get your copy now @grrrlzinefair #endometriosis #endo
Happy bi visibility day ❤️ I’m not one for labelling my sexuality but I grew up a very confused little girl wishing I knew that using words like bi or pan were ok and everyone around me was still going to love me the same regardless of how I identified. One word may feel like it’s not a big deal now but for some it’s still the beginning. I hope that in the future others don’t have to grow up in fear or worry like I did of showing their true self. Love is love. #bivisibilityday #loveislove
A thorn between the roses 🥀
Thank you for your courage and persistence. You inspired me, made me want to fight even when things got tough and you opened my eyes to the possibilities of change. May we follow in your footsteps. RIP Ruth 💙#RGB #ruthbaderginsburg
Check yourself and your genitals! This is a reminder that your sexual health is just as important as your mental and physical health. If are sexually active then make sure to do regular STI checks and look out for any unusual lumps and bumps. Visit your local sexual health clinic regularly and always use protection when sleeping with new people. There is absolutely nothing to be embarrassed about and asking a partner to get checked also is not something you should be ashamed to ask. Your body matters and so does your sexual wellbeing.
⚠️Trigger warning: suicide⚠️ In 2016 & 2017 around this time I’d had enough of the life I was living and the body I was in. Both times I attempted to take my own life were just one day apart from each other. Till this day I’m still not entirely sure what the significance is as to why the dates are exactly the same. So now when ever this time of the year comes around I’m very cautious and have learnt to acknowledge and listen to my thoughts more clearly and be more vocal with my family when something doesn’t feel right or I don’t feel safe. As suicide prevention week comes to an end I just want everyone to know that we still need to keep talking and checking in on our friends and family. Suicide is no joke and no one should have to feel alone in this. I’m so happy to be alive today and although nothing is perfect im so grateful to have achieved what I have from being persistent, strong and more caring to myself. Thank you to all my followers who have kept me going. Thank you to all my friends who make life magical and thank you to my family for forgiving me and loving me ❤️
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