My blog for whatever creeps into my mind, mostly sex, wrestling and beards then.

This isn't even my final form

 

ventureneverlost:

A couple of things I thought I’d put out there:

  • I am not a slut. A person being naked is not a slut. A naked body is not inherently sexual. Stop slut-shaming.
  • I am not your babe. I am not your doll. I am not your honey. I am not your sweetie. I am not your anything. Do not call me any sort of pet name because I am not yours.
  • This body you see here? That’s mine. This blog you are following? That’s mine. I am not here for you; I am here for my enjoyment. My becoming somewhat popular was an absolute fluke where the planets all aligned and a unicorn rode a shooting star. Idk why it happened but it did and since then, a large amount of people have felt the need to try to manipulate me into doing something they want. I am not a toy for you. I am not an escape from your marriage. I am not going to have any kind of sexual relations with you. If you like how I look or you like my personality, thanks! But do not expect anything from me because you like what you see and do not beg or get angry that I will not obey you. I do not belong to you. I belong to myself. This will never change.

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Inspiring Change and an End to Child Marriage with @stephsinclairpix

To learn more about the stories behind the pictures, follow @stephsinclairpix and @tooyoungtowed on Instagram. To see how you can get involved, visit the Too Young To Wed website and the Girl Summit website.

“She looked at me with tears in her eyes and spoke quietly, ‘In my whole life, I have never felt love.’ I continued to hear similar stories as I traveled, researching and photographing child marriage in countries like Nepal, Ethiopia, India and Yemen, Tanzania, South Sudan and even Europe and the US,” says photographer Stephanie Sinclair (@stephsinclairpix), who has spent more than a decade documenting the abuse of women and girls around the world.

Stephanie’s long-term photography project, Too Young To Wed (@tooyoungtowed), joins the UK’s Department for International Development and UNICEF at the first Girl Summit in London.

"I wanted to make sure that we got these images and stories in front of diplomats and policy makers who could enforce laws and support programs to provide more protection for these girls," she says. "I was sure if the rest of the world understood their lives as I had come to, real change wouldn’t be far behind."