“We cannot succeed when half of us are held back.”
More than showing the world our bodies, let us show the world what kind of humans it needs today – one that exercises freedom with full knowledge of consequence, one that accepts and respects the strengths and limitations of both genders, one that seeks to unite rather than divide the world even further.
We need to engage in open, healthy, civilized online discussions instead of calling the people in question derogatory names to satisfy our own self-righteousness.
In a country where the average woman is a size 14 but a size 00 is coveted, it’s no wonder many teens struggle to accept their bodies.
“You have to start taking your role more seriously and act like a leader,” she said to me. “And that means dressing like one too.”
People like to have sex. There is no reason one gender should gain the acceptance of having more sex than the other.
I am one thousand percent confident that I can raise a man to respect women, but I don’t know if I can raise a woman to respect herself.
Now, if you’re a woman and recall back to what it was like to be an awkward teen with a just as awkward “partner,” you know just how passionate a fingering by a 14 year old can be.
Own who and what you are because it’s a waste of time to hide your shine.
Strong women won’t tell you much about themselves, but that’s part of the beauty. You get to discover her the more you get to know her.