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I feel like this is a topic I’ve wanted to discuss for a while now. It’s shocking that in today’s age some women are still treated as objects, but then again there are many shocking things about our society. I think a lot of these issues stem from childhood and how a person is raised.
I’m very fortunate to have the parents I do and to have witnessed how my Dad treated my Mom growing up. I’m just really fortunate to have my Mom in general. Without this example all I would have to go on is social media or popular Internet personalities imposing their warped views on impressionable young teens.
Growing up my Mom was an independent surfer who picked fights. Thankfully this attracted my Dad because if it didn’t I wouldn’t be here. I grew up with her working, she wasn’t a stay at home mom (and there is nothing wrong with stay at home moms, more power to them because that takes a ton of freaking work). My parents both had to work their butts off to get me and my brother the things we wanted and needed. Thank you for that! Then after work my they would still make us dinner (that at the time I would usually dislike unless it happened to be Mac and Cheese).
I learned from my Mom very early on about the insane strength women have. You see my Mom’s feet are composed of a bunch of pins. She has a condition that caused her to be born with curled feet. I don’t know remember what it’s called but she’s dealt with it her whole life and has never really been able to run because of it. Standing on her feet for long periods of time usually causes her lots of pain and yet she has worked retail most of her life. One time she had surgery on her foot to add more pins and at the time was working at Best Buy who threatened to fire her if she didn’t come back to work after a week or so. So what did she do? She went back to work in her cast and I remember her foot actually turning black and blue. The insane thing is I never remember her complaining.
I mention this because that’s the strength and determination of just one woman. Women aren’t objects they are a force to be reckoned with and any guy that views them as such needs to wake up. Ladies don’t change who you are. Real beauty comes from “your” personality, independence, and inner strength.Your so called “imperfections” are often what make you unique. Keep them! I know society focuses on being perfect and it’s incredibly challenging when that that’s all you see and that becomes the idea of what’s perfect.
I will fully admit I’m extremely attracted to women and their features just as any person is attracted to their desired sex. However there is nothing more attractive than an independent woman who works freaking hard to achieve the goals she wants.
Sorry if this is out of no where, I’m tired of see unsettling videos of young internet “celebrities” lay a gauntlet for ladies to follow when their main following is young teens & adults. Anyways now that’s off my chest! Sorry for the spelling and grammar errors I wrote this at 4am. ;) :D have a great day! It’s Thursday we’re freaking close to Friday! :D (Barrel Rolls out of post)
Parents: Are you taking selfies?
Me: No it's Snapchat
someone posted on FB “im famous on the internet xoxo l8r peasants” with this picture attatched