I absolutely LOVE reading comments on people who are anti-implants or any kind of plastic surgery, and finding out that its a guy commenting, and he ‘doesn’t like them’ (or worse, HE DOESN’T LIKE MAKE UP *gasp*)
Yes, because lets stop all women from potentially doing something that could make…
I’m just saddened by women wanting/needing to change their bodies in order to love themselves T.T I don’t hate, I just don’t understand.
I think natural bodies are beautiful. All shapes and sizes are to be admired and loved. And not being able to be comfortable in your own skin is so fucking depressing to me.
Do whatever you need to do to be happy! That is always my policy. I guess fake tits are no different from my tattoos in that sense. I just can’t understand chosing fake tits over chosing to love your own body’s tits.
^^^^^^^^ Ari knows what’s up.
Its just… UGH. Idk this is something that I have weird issues with.
“I don’t like the way my body looks.” Okay, I get that. Our society pretty much forces this thought on all females. And you have 2 options.
One: Keep changing your body until you hopefully become happy with it. This takes time and money, and causes a lot of stress. And you are reenforcing the idea that women need to do such things, and you are reenforcing the media. You pass on the mentality that “the body you’re born with isn’t good enough” to the women around you that you love (yeah, tell your daughter she needs breast implants). You put thousands of dollars into the way you look? Well there is a few thousand more dollars into magazine and tv ads, telling all their viewers they need to do the same. Its a shitty cycle.
Or Two: Change your mind. Yeah its fucking difficult to rewrite the way you think about yourself, but it is totally possible and will make you so much happier in the long run. And that mentality is just as contagious.
In an ideal world, every woman or man would be happy with the body they’re in.
But thats not always the case, and whether it is societal pressure doing that to them, or something they’ve been wanting to change since childhood, etc, not everyone will magically love every part of their body, 100% of the time.
I’m not personally for plastic surgery, and it makes me facepalm that some of my mother’s cousins have a ‘favorite surgeon’. And being an older sister, I’m certainly going to encourage Dani to love herself, and to not let anyone ever give her shit for not being ‘skinny enough’ or not having the right amount of ‘curves’ or whatever bullshit she’ll ever encounter.
But what I am for, is a WOMAN making conscious HEALTHY, informed choices about changing her body, and ending up being happy with the way she looks, and her right to have that choice.
Yes, there are extremes, in which a woman will never be satisfied with herself, and there could be underlying psychological issues there, but again HEALTHY choices here.
It pains me to hear a woman be judged, shamed or to be taken less seriously once it is discovered that she has implants a nose job, etc.
And passing around the mentality that everyone else’s body isn’t good enough? There will always be body pressures, everywhere. And I doubt that ONE woman is going to make everyone around her suddenly need to go out and get surgery, or that ONE woman is going to suddenly convince everyone around them to instantly love their bodies. There isn’t a black and white here, and everyone is prone to comparing themselves to others, or giving in to insecurities.
So, everyone has their standards and morals, and positions on things, but this is a matter of choice.
My original problem was people wanting to deny a woman the choice to change something, to criticize her and deny her happiness, simply because it did not morally or aesthetically please the person opposed.
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