WOBBLE, WOBBLE

Took a night off from the gym to corset train for 3 hours. It wasn’t very relaxing. How the hell am I supposed to get used to this shit? Really… Please give me tips.

If you like girls who mosh or put on that weird “hardcore dude /yet I’m still female/follows trends men set ” persona like god bless but you’re not the one for me. Huge turn off. Deal breaker. Don’t like that culture. Don’t associate me with it. I don’t speak on the subject cause I have a lot of friends who are tight with people like that and it’s none of my business but I do not want to be associated with females like that. It’s never felt authentic to me. Seems like a never ending competition to seek men’s approval in a testosterone driven environment. Where as I am all about being completely female. You don’t have to run with “the boys” to be apart of something.

I know there are girls who have taken on this lifestyle/persona who are pretty down to earth and not bad people at all. There is always an exception. But as a whole- I can’t get behind it. I know a try hard when I see one. And like, that’s tight, they aren’t harming me… But I’m doing my part to disassociate myself from it and respectfully, I don’t want anything to do with it.

"Women who run with wolves." A simplistic idea of adapting to a world run by males where you remain completely and unapologetically female. You can ooze sensuality. Wear booty shorts. Take selfies. Or do shit that might piss off or offend dudes. They may even call you a "slut" (personal favorite of mine) but you never had to stop being you.

I’m sure there are other sides to this argument but coming from someone who has gone to every kind of subculture /underground music show for going on 14 years… I’m just not into it. Been there, done that.

I’m not tough. I don’t know every band dude or name ever. I just wanna listen to music and be sexy. And I want to take a stand against these bullshit social norms that are degrading towards females. You don’t even have to be “sexy”. Just quit showing out for males in the wrong way. And this is coming from a grown woman who shakes her ass on the Internet. But don’t think for one second I was gonna win the “respect” of men by doing shit like that. I just did it cause I love doing that. God knows its probably making guys run from me, utterly disgusted, or see me as a sexual object. These men have nothing to do with me or who I am so at the end of the day I’m not shaking my ass for anyone except hell.. Who knows… Satan, my master. But like… It’s a different kind of self respect. I’m not trying to be “down” or accepted by a community run by men. I’m just doing whatever the hell I want. We all have our flaws. I’m not saying I’m beyond doing shit to “impress” and attract men. I just think going through the music you sit alone in your room and listen to that actually means something isn’t the way to do it and I won’t ever encourage that. Who are you when no one is around? Ask yourself. I know being a female in these environments can be trying… But don’t let it shape your entire reality and self image.
Life would be so much easier if we just told people how we felt. There’s noting wrong with telling someone that you love them, or that it hurts your feelings when they do something, or that you miss them. But we’re all just too scared to let people know how we actually feel.
(via lipstickmami)

It’s okay I guess

(via gotohell-f0r-heavens-sake)
saythankyoumaster:

Do as you’re told. Don’t move!

saythankyoumaster:

Do as you’re told. Don’t move!

I love myself a grown ass man. If you work harder than me or make twice as much money as me, I fuck with you.

heatmor:

why does anyone even care about other people doing things that have no negative outcome? like let girls take selfies with starbucks!! let straight dudes wear weird clothes!! let gay people be as feminine or as masculine as they want!! the next time you find yourself getting annoyed at someone, ask yourself “is this disrespectful? is this harmful to me or anyone else?” if the answer is no, then let it go - you probably have bigger things to worry about anyways