My mom says shit to me like ” how do you expect to get a man with short hair/ body hair/ masculine clothes” and it mostly stopped one day when I said “Mom if a dude won’t date me because of how I choose to present myself what makes you think he’d be a good husband”. Still haven’t gotten a proper answer from her.
I don’t want things to be easier for me. I just want to live in a world where I can feel like a human being, not an object. That in turn will give me more incentive to work hard (even though I already work hard) and become successful. But damn it, I am not a “victim”, I am trying my best to progress instead of regress. Now I realize that no one person can do it all alone though, so I need people to believe in me and my abilities… until then I’m battling this on my own.
can you imagine how amazing and mindblowing it would be to meet people who’ve lived for generations on a continent you didn’t know existed, full of food you’ve never tasted and weather you’ve never experienced, and who have languages and religions and cultures that aren’t in any way influenced by yours
that would be completely unbelievable and valuable beyond words
or, you know, you could kill them all and build colonies
Well, maybe there are women like that, but in my experience none of my female friends talk about that. And when we talk about guys it’s all about their personalities. But just imagine..
“Girl, did you see the size of that package? He’s a keeper!”
“He said to me once, ‘my eyes are up here’. HA!”
And then there would be magazines everywhere with nothing but guys in Speedos, crotch shots, etc… yeah sure on tumblr we have these things, but in real life having all that thrust in your face?
And then we would reach objectification equality! Where both genders are treated as if they aren’t human beings! Huzzah!
R and M are Warm Buddies