I think you should wear the sexiest bikini out there, because that’s you! If we’re going to embrace large women, skinny women, tall, short, why stop at the breast? When men comment the nasty "whore," "slut," "bitch," "ho," "I want to fuck you" — to me, that’s threatening language.
I read it all day online, so when I go to the store, I’m usually afraid.
I get a lot of private messages from young girls with large busts.
I don’t even enjoy the word "slut-shamer" because I feel like it’s validating the word ["slut"]. The fact that I’m wearing a short dress doesn’t make me a slut.
I refuse to accept the word "slut" as part of my description. If you insult women for their bodies online, I feel sorry for you.
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When is that guy from the comments going to meet me in public? You want to be friendly, but you don’t really want to be pursued all the time. I love being the bombshell, I love wearing bikinis, I love being sexy, I love boys who hit on me respectfully, I love getting called beautiful. I don’t love anger, I don’t love "slut," "whore," "bitch." I don’t love being scared in public. I get through it because I practice a lot of self-love. To have deep self-love, you’ll know it when you have it, because it’s unfadeable.
And you certainly don’t want any violence toward you, but where do you stand your ground and be tough, but be nice? I’m tired of feeling scared at the gas station, I’m tired of being called a ho, I’m just tired of it. It’s when you’ve had a bad day and you don’t knock yourself down. Really love yourself and remind yourself of all the amazing things you’ve been through and all the things you’ve worked through, and have your back.
On any given Instagram post of Lindsey’s, you’ll find thousands of comments that are alternately fawning and degrading.
She spoke to about what it’s like to get slut-shamed on the Internet and what she really thinks about all those commenters.
" And he said, "Well, you wore that." It really hurt my feelings.
I was taught by strangers that I should be less sexy and dress differently. I used to feel really upset when I read nasty comments. I’m not mad at you if you want to call me a ho — I’m mad at your mom and dad, I’m mad at your educators, I’m mad at your society that you think that that’s OK.
If it makes me feel good to take a cute picture of myself, if I feel good that I have cleavage, if I like my shirt, I’m going to do what I want to do, because it’s natural to me.