Popular Post Ta**** Posted June 15 Popular Post Posted June 15 I had a sad thought just a moment ago. I came across a profile who is just drop dead gorgeous, and most if not all of her pictures had multiple comments from men describing the deviant acts they would gladly perform on her and, well, it made me feel kind of bad for her. It’s probably a safe bet she gets dozens if not hundreds of messages each time she checks her inbox, filled with d**k picks and superficial bullshit…pushing her further and further into into a neat little box that dictates that the only value she could possibly have is her tits, her a**, or her p*ssy. How could someone who experiences this ever feel safe enough to let their guard down and share who they actually are with someone? How could they not be so jaded they’d ever give someone the benefit of the doubt that they aren’t just playing the nice guy in order to use them for another notch on their belt? As I scrolled down her profile, big surprise, not much written about herself, I’m guessing because she assumes nobody ever makes it past her photos, and “no one reads these”, or maybe she just needs the validation and showing her body is the only way she knows how to get it. It must be lonely, and I’ve seen firsthand that the more beautiful women are, often times the more insecure they are, because of the box they’re shoved into. Men love beautiful women, and there’s nothing wrong with that, but how do we break the cycle of putting women on a pedestal, isolating them by treating them like a piece of meat, and then calling them stuck up when they’re afraid to come down because of all the rabid f**kboys circling below? Curious to hear thoughts from women AND men.