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tuc-ficprompts:

malicemidnight:

sapphirebones:

jaacknasty:

Probably the best 6 seconds ever. 

i fucking lost it

fUC K

OMG IM LAUGHING SO HARD RN HIS FACE WAS ONE OF PURE TERROR OHMYGOD

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pensiveoffensive:

Alright I had my first experience with slut shaming today so I figured I would post about it. I was waiting for my friend when some woman in her 60s walked up to me, pointing at me, and said “Look at you! Your legs are out and your butt is out! It is shameful. Shame on you.”  I said “No, it isn’t shameful” and she laughed in my face as she walked away. For the record my butt was definitely not out. The above picture shows what I was wearing when this happened. 

I’ve never experienced this before. For the most part I wear somewhat conservative clothing, and it’s just a comfort thing. I like big shirts and sweaters and unless it’s hot out I’m usually wearing jeans. I actually had sent a text to my friend before I left the house saying how excited I was to finally have the confidence to wear shorts. I’ve struggled for a number of years with my body image and I realize that while I’m technically thin, I’m not skinny and I have thick legs. I will always have thick legs. Wearing shorts feels like a small revolution in my heart. So this was just the most unwelcome, unpleasant thing somebody could have said to me today. 

I didn’t go on a tirade and I didn’t try to explain to her that my body is not shameful. I didn’t have the energy. I sat there for as long as I could while she snickered at the table next to me and eventually I broke and walked somewhere else to wait for my friend. I kind of feel like she won. But fuck it, my body is not hers to criticize. It’s hard enough being a woman in this world. Don’t make it harder.

pensiveoffensive:

Alright I had my first experience with slut shaming today so I figured I would post about it. I was waiting for my friend when some woman in her 60s walked up to me, pointing at me, and said “Look at you! Your legs are out and your butt is out! It is shameful. Shame on you.” I said “No, it isn’t shameful” and she laughed in my face as she walked away. For the record my butt was definitely not out. The above picture shows what I was wearing when this happened.

I’ve never experienced this before. For the most part I wear somewhat conservative clothing, and it’s just a comfort thing. I like big shirts and sweaters and unless it’s hot out I’m usually wearing jeans. I actually had sent a text to my friend before I left the house saying how excited I was to finally have the confidence to wear shorts. I’ve struggled for a number of years with my body image and I realize that while I’m technically thin, I’m not skinny and I have thick legs. I will always have thick legs. Wearing shorts feels like a small revolution in my heart. So this was just the most unwelcome, unpleasant thing somebody could have said to me today.

I didn’t go on a tirade and I didn’t try to explain to her that my body is not shameful. I didn’t have the energy. I sat there for as long as I could while she snickered at the table next to me and eventually I broke and walked somewhere else to wait for my friend. I kind of feel like she won. But fuck it, my body is not hers to criticize. It’s hard enough being a woman in this world. Don’t make it harder.