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0yster:

So why is one considered ‘inappropriate’ and the other accepted? Stop sexualising my body. 
I wonder this too. Why is it a man’s breast and nipple are okay to show but a woman’s breast and nipple isn’t.



Seriously? How can women breast be sexual and they are still allowed to put them on baby’s mouths? Men nipples have the same type of effect when played with, we are not culturally used to it and that is all. Our whole body can be considered sexual. But God forbid a lump with a nipple attached to a woman to show, all hell breaks lose. Fucking ridiculous!!! *lousua*

teenagedirtbagb4by:

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0yster:

So why is one considered ‘inappropriate’ and the other accepted? Stop sexualising my body. 

I wonder this too. Why is it a man’s breast and nipple are okay to show but a woman’s breast and nipple isn’t.

Seriously? How can women breast be sexual and they are still allowed to put them on baby’s mouths? Men nipples have the same type of effect when played with, we are not culturally used to it and that is all. Our whole body can be considered sexual. But God forbid a lump with a nipple attached to a woman to show, all hell breaks lose. Fucking ridiculous!!! *lousua*

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mrsmelchiorgabor:

this is what heterophobia would look like if it was real. if you believe that heterophobia is a real thing that exists, please watch this because you will see that it simply doesn’t exist, that it never has and never will. 

tbh I think everyone should watch this anyway because it’s very clever and very powerful

I just cried.

Fuck.

You have to watch this short film. Love is all you need!

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Males also have body issues.

By LouSua

Males also have body issues and not necessarily about one body part in specific!

As a man, I recognize that body issues does not only affect women. We are bombarded with media that tell us that we need a large manhood, that body hair is disgusting and that we are not healthy or attractive if we are not ripped.

People have to realize that fear sells! Not only on women, but on men too. The effects of these sale pitches do damage the way we see each other, the way women see men and vise versa. How can we battle against the media monster?

Perhaps, we should turn the tv off more often and read healthy positive books. As individuals, we are all responsible about what we eat, if you decide to eat rat poison, you know what is going to happen. Same with brain food! Our brains feed all the time, it absorbs simple information at a great rate. The media is loaded with separate ads that are simple, but they inject you fear one simple thing at a time. Sometimes it’s reverse psychology and make you think that what they sell will make you happy or better.

I believe that we can re-learn how to be more us and less them. To be more unique by accepting ourselves and others. I’ve heard that no one learns from others, that you have to make your own mistakes. That is not accurate! If so, how the heck did you made it through school? Why going to college and learning from others? The truth is that we do have to make mistakes because it makes us humans. So we have to realize that we aren’t perfect at any level, but we are perfectly made.

We have the ability to learn, feel, taste and offer our own views. Body issues are no exception! We can learn to accept ourselves, to see others as unique as you are. To taste life, feel it to live it. The bad news is that once time is gone, youth is gone, health is gone and love is gone, we could find ourselves wondering about what the heck we’ve done with our lives with no chance go ever gain that time back. Body issues seems to be typical now days, but I am sure that we can learn to accept ourselves and others and live a better life. Women are not the only ones with body issues, us men have them too!

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Quick answer to an emailed question.

Anonym asks me:
Why don’t you have nudist woman in your blog? Do you have female nudist friends?

My Answer:
Thank for writing! I bet there are more out there who have the same question. I am a naturist also known as a nudist. I totally believe that nudity is natural, but reach your own conclusion starting by analyzing life since birth. Yes I have female friends that are nudists. Many married, committed, lesbians, straight, bi and so on. But my blog represents my views and what I feel. Since this is my blog, I don’t see a reason for sharing images of anyone else than mine and from my own experiences. I also share & reblog articles with or without images, things that seem interesting and important to me. To wrap this up, I will NOT share any photos other than mine. I’m not here to provide pervs with pictures of nude women, porn nor to support abuse, sexualizing and exploitation of the human body.
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