Bianca Bitches: we are people, not sexual property

Bianca Martinez

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Men and women were not created to be lusted after or put on a scale dictating how sexually attractive they are.

It’s not like our parents took inventory of each other’s bodies in the talking stages of their relationships to see what their future children would like.

Your mom didn’t walk up to your dad and ask for his shoe size because she wants to ensure that her future son will have a sizeable bulge for others to creep out on when he’s out exercising in his sweatpants.

Neither did your dad pull out a measuring tape and asked to measure your mom’s tits to see if their daughter would have a nice rack in order to find a partner.

So why are we acting as if we were created only for sexual pleasure?

Call me crazy, but we sure as hell weren’t put on this Earth so men and women can assess our bodies as we walk by and shamelessly discuss our do-ability based on our butts, breasts or bulges.

Do we not have respect and common decency, how are we not aware by now how disgusting it is to objectify and sexualize another person?

“She has a little cake, I’d fuck with her.”

“But you haven’t seen the rest of her body though, bro.”

The above conversation is a perfect example of self-entitlement and the shameless public humiliation of another person, yet it is a conversation that we hear take place too often.

Common decency is not a complicated concept.

Oh, you see a shirtless guy weightlifting and the very sight of his glistening abs incites a stirring in your loins that makes you scream at the top your lungs, “Brad, have my baby!”?

Well, don’t. Keep your mouth shut.

A person’s body is none of your business.

Brad doesn’t workout everyday for some stranger’s sexual approval.

Yesenia doesn’t waistrain on a daily basis to provide easy access for creeps to put their hands around her waist.

Also who gives a crap about what you think of somebody else’s body?

It’s funny how people who think they are authoritarians on the appearance of others, look like a sack of potatoes that are not the slightest bit appetizing because they are all dirty and are starting to sprout mold.

Yeah, no one wants to be “romantically involved” with a shitty sack of potatoes with a narcissus complex.

So please, before pulling an asshole move that is commenting on somebody’s body or their appearance, take a cold shower, that should quench your thirst.

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