Miniskirts make a statement. They offer a promise of a chance to be allowed to see more
^ Fucked up.
Overdeveloped sense of entitlement.
Narcissistic in thinking the skirt has dick to do with them.
Leads to VB.
I cannot fully express myself until my brain calms the fuck down, so instead I am sharing a little story.
In high school I was sitting on the floor in the back of the band room leaning against a wall reading something. Someone came up and stood next to me, then after a minute or two he said 'I can see down your shirt'. This was not because I was bending over, had a low cut shirt on (it was just a tank top) or anything like that. It was because he was looking down my shirt.
I understand the idea of modesty, and while that is all fine and good I do not dress modestly because I [refer to dress that way but because I want to avoid harassment.
This pisses me off.
I have nice legs. I have really cute skirts that show them off. And I have not worn them in over a year. My mother never told me I could not wear something because I should not be in *blank* type of clothing, but because it would 'make the other girls feel bad'. She knew saying anything else, like I should do what is expected of me by society, would be a fucked up thing to say. What she said is not the best either, but the idea that I should take other women and their feeling into account instead of worrying about society or males is not a horrible way to go (and looking back, I wore stuff in high school that I would need a serious self pep talk to get into now. Oh to have the body of a 16 year old).
I have no idea what I am trying to say, but I am saying stuff I guess.
So Jess, when you have pretty pictures of pretty you in a pretty dress, please share. Cause today is a day when I would like more reasons to smile.
I want to get to a place where I am neither conforming nor rebelling but simply being.