You’re your own worst enemy.

This phrase seems to be especially true to me. Most of my life regrets have always been me not doing or saying something. My biggest mistakes have always been to hold myself back out of fear or feeling like I shouldn’t. I’m not much for getting into specifics at the moment but I will say one thing. I have lost a lot in life and I have no one to blame myself. I get so depressed and alone that I just seem to ignore and forget about my needs and wants. You, see I have been in a very abusive relationship with myself. I don’t mean to offend anyone when I say that. What I mean is that I seem to harm myself too much. Not physically but very much emotionally. Whether it’s intentional or not. There’s many friendships I’ve ruined because of how obsessed I became with the pain and sadness in my heart. I’m in so much agony that it strains the relationships I have with those around me. And I just can’t understand why. I’m sorry to those I hurt. And I’m sorry to everyone here who sees me suffer. 

I really fail to understand to why people associate being naked as sexual. People can remove their clothes and still not be asking for sex. 

Here we have a baby. No clothes, bare skin baby. It’s asking for sex. And really should not be seen as a sexual object.

And here we have a shirtless man. Who to me does not appear to be in any suggestive poses and should he be suggestive it’s his choice and his right. Unless he is asking you to have sex with him he is still not a sexual object.

And now we have a shirtless woman. She is also not asking for sex. Unless she explicitly has stated that she wants sex no one has a right to objectify her as a sexual object. Whether she is naked of clothed or anywhere in between no one has a right to ask sex of her with out consent. 

No matter their past. No matter who they are. No matter where they are. It is their body and just like we want our bodies to be respected we should respect others’. So pleas stop oversexualizing the human body.

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