My name is Megan and I am currently a student at Daytona State College. As a thirteen year old wannabe punk my makeup routine consisted of little more than smearing on a ring of black eyeliner but since then it has grown into a major hobby of mine. In addition to being a makeup enthusiast I identify as a feminist, something I have been passionate about for quite some time now along with general human rights issues. Being Korean American and a member of the LGBTQ community, intersectionality, or the recognition of overlapping social identities and their results in systems of oppression, lies at the heart of my feminism. I wear bold, obvious makeup, a choice that results in many to ask me why I do so as a feminist, something that I have felt conflicted about myself. Reading feminist material over the years has led me to two extreme sides but I believe that this is a much more complex issue than can be made into a blanket statement. On this blog I will explore the social causes, consequences, and other aspects of makeup.