Can we talk about boobs for a minute? 🍈🍈
Like, I get it, boobs are attractive. I love boobs! Big, small, round, oval... I love them. But guys (not all of you, I know), can we stop sexualizing or shaming girls?
Every time I post a photo or story, I get flooded with crude messages like: "nice tits", "would love to lick ur tits", "love how your tits bounce when you cycle". On the other side, @charlottedecarle has men constantly pointing out her small chest, or telling her my boobs are bigger than hers in comparison. It's rude. It's boring. It's insulting.
My natural, god given body doesn't exist to give you pleasure. We both love compliments like the next person, but you can be a gentleman. Stop with the rank sexual comments. It makes me want to block you, not Fu*k you. I'm not saying don't find boobs attractive, but think what you want in private, or go watch porn: A platform that literally exists to give you pleasure.
It doesn't make me feel good, it makes me feel shame for my own body. And if your response is I should cover up more (like I did in my teens due to shaming), then let me say this: I'm not going to cover up so you can control your d*ck. Control it, like I control my own genitals and sexual desires from writing crass, belittling comments to men. Having big boobs does not mean I want you to send me pics of your penis, thank you.
To quote Anna Scott in Notting Hill: "I mean seriously: they're just breasts. Every second person has them. They're odd looking, they're for milk from your mother. What's all the fuss about?"
Anyway, ladies: I know this swimsuit was popular when I posted it on my stories. It's from @seafollyaustralia and I've found a link I'll post to stories. ❤️
#maldives #noretouching #travel #swimwear #boobs