"I slept with a girl the other time.
And in my room there is a lamp on the floor. That I wanted to turn on. And she, no. She wanted us to stay in the dark.
The scenario shot to infinity. Someone wants to turn on the light, but not the other. While I was not lighting the light with regret, I thought a little about a second;
From this light how many women do not want to light. While their bodies are so beautiful. Naturally. Even if they are not perfectly thin, or perfectly tanned, or perfectly smooth. I would have liked to tell them. I did not care. From their cellulite. Of their curves. That I did not care. That she was perfect, the same. That she did not have to apologize, as she apologised, for her body. That broke my heart. That I did not want. That I wanted to plug my ears. And scream and not hear him apologize. Apologize for being physically herself." Beautiful text about women written by a man!
It took so many years myself to want to turn on the light, it took me so many hours of training, cold showers to have beautiful skin, healthy food, confidence so slowly and hard won, that I did not tell him anything about it. It took me so long not to apologize for my body. And, I still have so many relapses-of-confidence-bodily, even though I am often complimented on my body. I did not feel that a few words would be enough. A few words would never have been enough for me. I did not feel it was a good time to insist on the light. To put this pressure useless.
Sometimes I ask what society does to women
What women do to women
What men do to women
What we do to ourselves;
That we are so afraid of turning on the light.
Worse that we are so afraid to see ourselves naked and to be seen naked? I would have liked so much that we let the light.
Because women are so beautiful.
Because everyone should turn on the light ... Share without moderation .. ♥ ️
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