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John Romaniello

New York
advisor, author, and typewriter enthusiast. I teach people how to find and refine their writing voice. ranked #3 in the world in snuggling.

How Influential is John Romaniello

91 /100
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Personal Training, Trainers, Author
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* 10,907 YouTube Subscribers

John Romaniello's Top Content

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Normally I’d wait until #tattootuesday to post this, but I’m excited and need content, so #tattoothursday here we go. ⠀ As you can see, I got a tattoo last night. As you can also see, it is on my neck. Which is sort of a big deal. ⠀ Now, on the one hand, it’s like “whoa, neck tattoo, they do that shit in prison, that’s fucking intense.” But, then, on the other hand, it’s like, “awww it’s a little scribble heart. That’s kinda adorable.” ⠀ So, basically I’m #hardcore...but, like, not THAT hardcore. As neck tattoos go, it’s pretty tame. ⠀ Still, it’s a neck tattoo, and even for those of us with a lot of #bodyart, that’s a big step. In the world of #tattooenthusiasts, there are three areas considered the “final frontier” where getting ink is not to be taken lightly: hands, face, and neck. ⠀ Because these areas are by default very visible, a tattoo in any of these areas is crossing a line: even in the most formal of circumstances, you have exposed art. ⠀ The hesitation to mark these places is resultant of the stigma attached to tattoos: that they’re for criminals, ruffians, scoundrels, ne’er-do-wells, and other such undesirables. ⠀ While this is changing and society is more accepting of tattooing as being a form of art and self-expression, there are some vestiges of stigma still attached. ⠀ For me, getting a neck piece both embraces and rejects that stigma.j ⠀ I like to joke that this makes me one step closer to being completely unemployable. But on some level, I mean that—and love it. I made the choice long ago to make a living through my words and other creations. As such, I can present myself however I like: colored hair, wacky outfits. ⠀ And now a #necktattoo. ⠀ It’s not just a piece of art, it’s an aesthetic affirmation that I am an entrepreneur and creative down to the marrow of my bones, and I’ll happily risk rejection by any organization or person who’d judge me for it. ⠀ As for the tattoo itself: this was a #valentinesflash piece from at #west4tattoo, and I just fell in love with it. ⠀ Totally unplanned, certainly imperfect—but well-intentioned and striving to show love. Pretty accurate metaphor for my business and my life 🖤🤷🏽‍♂️
715 | February 15, 2018
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This is my new shirt. I got it in the women’s department of @forever21. It cost 9 dollars. . It’s pretty dope. I like the Rugrats. I like the color. I like the shirt. So I bought it. . Clothes are not gendered. They’re often cut for certain body types—but I’d have the same trouble fitting into a “skinny fit” shirt for men as I would anything for women. . This has more to do with the width of my shoulders and lats than my penis or how my genitals factor into my gender identity. . There’s never been a point in my life at which I’ve questioned my gender. . I’ve questioned my desire to live (currently v v strong); I’ve questioned my sexuality (surprise! Dudes have blown me. So fluid, I guess?); I’ve questioned my hold on sanity (tenuous at best). . But never my gender. . The more I align myself with my friends in the various parts of the queer community and hear their stories, the more I work to come to grips with the idea that something that’s always seemed so automatic to me requires an intense amount of questioning, introspection, and struggle for those who find themselves outside the binary. . It’s absolutely mind-boggling to me. How much extra energy must be spent—first trying to figure it out; then trying to hide; (hopefully) revealing it to the world; and finally the consistent emotional labor of educating nearly every person you meet that your gender doesn’t necessarily match their preconceived notions, nor even your genitalia. I cannot begin to imagine. . Now, I LOVE being a man. It’s awesome. I’ve got so much privilege, I’m honestly surprised when shit doesn’t work out my way. . I’m all up on that man shit. But toxic masculinity, misogyny, homo/transphobia—that shit’s got to GO. That DEFINITELY includes the idea that certain clothes are for certain people. . Look. There’s no piece of me arrogant or delusional enough to believe that wearing a fuckin sweatshirt is in any way a significant show of support or big push toward changing the world. . But I DO believe that it’s the little decisions we make each day that slowly help erode stereotypes. . A really, REALLY simple step is to wear what you like. Because clothes are just clothes. And I look FLY, yo.
1,043 | February 20, 2018

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