Lex. Twenty-three. Oregon. Sagittarius. Trans boy. Musician. Queer. Web Designer. Entrepreneur.
saying our labia are too big.
saying our breasts are too large/small..
saying our butts are too big/small.
saying our vaginas are too “loose”.
saying we are too fat/skinny.
calling a girl ugly.
there is actually so much pressure on us to be the way men want us to be.
men have it way easier so you can shove a sharp object so far up your asshole it comes out your nose.
all of those are just as hurtful as someone saying your penis is small.
but we don’t say a thing. we just let you fucking say what you want (and still fake our orgasms so you feel good ‘bout yourself.)
put on our big girl panties and brush it off like it didn’t fucking bother us.
can we do a thing. my female followers please reblog/like this if you were ever made fun of for something you couldn’t help.
I’ve been told:
- my nose is too big
- my nipples are too big
- I’m too big
- my breasts are too small
- I’m too hairy
That anon can sit the fuck down.
How about “you are just a girl”, “let a man do that” etc.
NEWSFLASH: having a small penis is viewed negatively because it’s effeminate and not masculine.
*so don’t even start that shit, anonymous fuck*
lauren zuniga - from “the smell of good mud” (via nicalea)
The absence of an enthusiastic yes, is a no.
The absence of an informed yes, is a no.
The absence of a sober yes, is a no.
The absence of a response, is a no.
The existence of coercion, is a not a yes.
The existence of manipulation, is a not a yes.
The existence of guilt, is a not a yes.
A no is always a no. A yes is only a yes if it stands up by itself, without force or persuasion of any kind.