I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, if someone judges someone for what they’re doing this says a lot more about the person making the judgement that the person who’s being judged.
If a woman takes a picture of her boobs, her butt or herself in some secy lingerie and posts it online – why is this something to be judged? It’s shows mad body positivity and honestly, I have so much respect for someone who’s able to do that. I don’t know if I could. Just because someone makes the decision to do this, it doesn’t meant they don’t respect themselves, it probably means the complete opposite.
Get your tits out.
Okay, okay, that’s a bit crude I know but honestly girls if you want to take and post a picture in your bra, whether it’s online for others to see, for your own records or to show your friends, bloody do it! It’s no one else’s place to say ‘she shouldn’t be doing that’, never ever let someone dictate what you can and can’t do. Post that photo of your cleavage, post that photo of yourself in some little hot pants or a thong. Honestly, if people want to gawp let them.
Let them be jealous.
Judgement is usually a disguise for jealousy. Many of the people who may comment on the photo or behind your back will actually be seething inside that they’re not able to do the same, because they’re probably not as confident. Even if you’re not the type of girl who would post a photo of yourself like that, I certainly aren’t that person, but I’m not one to judge others that do. In fact, I’ll like the photo, probably comment on the photo and overall, let my gal know how amazing it is she’s done that.
If you haven’t already seen my post Sisterhood is Powerful and this is another form of empowering women.
Portray yourself how you wish, both online and in real life.
You got this girl!
Love, always – B
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