What "selfies" tell us about ourselves and how others see us

NPR
By Ramona Martinez

Although not every selfie is art, the selfie is tangential to the traditional self-portrait. The selfie is a way to quickly relate: Where you are, how you are feeling, perhaps what is happening? The selfie is a way for you to have control over how others see you, and to be seen. The selfie is a way to challenge unfair beauty standards. [link]

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