people talk about objectifying women like it’s a bad thing. I see nothing wrong with someone admiring my physical beauty. Of course there is much more to me than my beauty, but my sexuality is a piece of me. When someone whistles at me, or tells me “damn girl u look good” all I say is “thank u”. It’s not offensive to me when someone finds me desirable.

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The concept of a female earth as the source of cyclic birth, life, death, and rebirth underlies all mythological and religious symbology. It is important to grasp the time dimension involved. “god was female for atleast the first 200,000 years of human life and earth. This is a conservative estimate; Wooden images of the mother god were doubtless carved long before the stone Cro-magnon , but wood does not survive. In the worlds oldest creation myths, the female god births the world out of her own body. The great Mother everywhere was the active and autonomous creatrix of the world… And unlike the aloof and self-righteous patriarchal gods who only recently usurped her mountain-throne, the ancient Goddess was always there-alive, immanent, within her creation, no ontological scapegoater, she was wholly responsible for both the pain and the good in life. “. Monica sjöö

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. I struggle with loving my body sometimes- not all the time- but u know.. being a woman in America… hating our bodies at one moment or another kinda comes with the territory. When I look in the mirror I see plushness, and soft supple femininity. Any person, man or woman, who can’t see the beauty in full figured juicy curvy glory, well that’s just a shame for every woman, thin or thick. Becuz it’s oppression. It’s society saying to us “you can b feminine, but only to a certain extent”. Too much femininity pisses ppl off. They say it should stay “covered up” , hidden, ignored, never celebrated. I feel like it’s about control, a historical pattern of men proclaiming “this woman is my property” or “this land belongs to me”.  . And when we as women hate our own bodies, or call other women fat, it’s like oppression at its deepest level. We oppress ourselves so we don’t even need the oppressor anymore.

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