I like a lot of things! Unicorns, home aquariums, quality tattoos, cupcakes that have both frosting and filling. I love Morningstar Buffalo Chik’n Nuggets! I like corsets and high heels. I like cleaning my house and dancing around to Miley Cyrus songs.
When did you get your seam tattoos done? did you ever regret to have them? I so would love to have mine as soon as possible
I don’t remember, to tell you the truth. My best guess is that I’ve had them since about 2006 or 2007? I wouldn’t say that I regret any of my tattoos. There are some I like better than others but I’ve always loved these. I get the least crap from random strangers about my seams. Old ladies LOVE them. Every time I go to CostCo with a skirt or shorts on I get an old lady or two recanting stories of back in the day to me about how hard it was to get seams straight on panty hose when they were young and drawing lines down their own legs. It’s cute.
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Today only - I’m replying to every paid message that I get from a registered member with a sexy photo. You want to join via my profile link (above.. three times) and then message me 20 times? That’s 20 free photos!
STOP PUTTING NAKED PHOTOS ON INSTAGRAM. You said you were getting breast implants "for you" but you can't resists showing off and being self-obsessed. How does your boyfriend feel sharing you with the world? He might as well allow you to fuck other men cause he's getting fucked over by you anyway. You have no god damn respect for you, your partner or in fact your relationship.
Let’s examine this, not as a piece of hate mail that has been sent to me as an individual, but as a representation of how our bodies are viewed by society and the ways by which people fabricate the links between our physical form and our relationships.
The idea that a person’s partner ~owns their body is terrifying to me. If my partner were to have control about what I do with my (semi) naked body in terms of photographing it and showcasing it to the world, then surely by logical extension, he has control over my naked body in all regards? If my body is his to prevent me from ‘showing off’ as you so charmingly put it, then wouldn’t my body then also be his to do what he wants with, when he wants?
There is a YouTube personality named Onision who once stated that once two people enter into a partnership, there is no such thing as rape because their bodies ‘belong’ to one another - he is another, like yourself, who rants about women who post ~slutty photographs online and how he views it as cheating; using his comparison as an example, is it safe for me to assume you feel the same way? Evidence indicates that this would be correct, and in that case, I am truly worried for anyone with whom you may enter into a relationship in the future.
Regardless of relationship status, a person’s body belongs to them, and them only. If you do not believe this to be the case, then I am genuinely afraid of you.
Now let’s look at the bizarre jump from posting ~provocative images online, to cheating on one’s partner. I am not of the belief that an image can define a person, in any way, shape or form. A person could post photos only of their face, and reveal more than someone who slips a slight amount of cleavage into their selfies; similarly, the person who posts their breasts may be single and promiscuous, yet her counterpart who delights in connecting her name to photographs of legspreads and inner labia, may be happily married and completely faithful.
Looking at an image is just that; an image. Pixels on a screen that have captured a microsecond within that person’s life. That person, whomever they may be, has tens of millions more moments that the wider world, the Internet if you will, will never have the chance to see. Based upon this truth, we can assume that one topless photo on a person’s instagram account would show less than .0001% of that person’s life, let alone their interpersonal and romantic relationships.
Finally, shall we examine the false comparison you have drawn between nudity and self respect? This is a sad little one, because it shows just how brainwashed you have become by right-wing, conservative religious propaganda within the media that you are exposed to. It’s certainly not your fault, but it does demonstrate a worrying lack of ability to think for oneself, which is not going to get you very far within your personal life, career or aspirations in general - we just don’t value sheep any more, which is going to be a shame for you sooner or later.
There is no link between nudity and self respect. It was created originally by the Church in order to maintain control over society, to continue the idea of male dominance, ownership and the patriarchal constraints assigned to women in order to make sure they ‘remembered their place’, however as each of these issues has become debunked throughout our history on this planet, as has the idea that a woman’s body should exist solely for the sexual gratification of her husband. Not only is it reinforcing outdated religious practices, but, to put a more culturally relevant spin on things, rape culture.
All things considered, I’m sure you can understand why I am having a jolly good laugh at this message you have chosen to send to me. If you have any concerns regarding how my partner feels about my choice to show off my (gasp!) breasts on my instagram account, you may now feel free to take that up with him personally, because I will be far too busy living my life, being happy, healthy and very much in love.