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Women Don’t Need To Validate Their Body Image.

A man I know posted the above photo on Facebook. I wrote in the comments that women don’t need to validate what they do with their bodies. He didn’t respond to my comment.

Since I have a lot to say about this post and I don’t want to start a deep discussion on Facebook, I’ll address it here.

My first concern is, bro, you’re married, so why do you need to understand what women do with their body who are not your wife? These women don’t represent you. As long as your wife ain’t posting ass shots then you’re good, right?

Secondly, these women don’t need to explain to you why they post their photos. If it bothers you so much that you need to indirectly comment on it then maybe you (as a man who has his priorities straight) should simply unfriend those women.

Like, did you really expect the women you indirectly talking to are going to help you understand in your comment section? Regardless of what these women say, will it change your opinion about them? I doubt it.  

It doesn’t matter if these women posted because they’re trying to attract a man, or because they simply like to show what they got—either way they’re not posting for you, so don’t worry about it.

And don’t speak for all men by saying the ones who have their priorities in order are not impressed by that. Physical attraction is important to men. A priority is simply a priority. Just because an ass is not your priority doesn’t mean it’s the wrong priority for other men.

Just because a woman post a few figure pics doesn’t mean that that’s all she got to offer. And if that is all she wants to offer at the moment then it’s not in any man’s place to try to make logic out of it.

Sex sells. Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Cardi B, Jennifer Lopez, Halle Berry, and many more famous women have shown their figures in their career. But, they get a pass because they’re doing it for entertainment, while women on Facebook are supposedly just doing it to attract a man.

If you’re really concerned about it then why not ask the women directly? If you’re not bothered enough to do that or feel like it’s out of pocket to inbox other women then it’s obviously something you shouldn’t worry about, bruh.

Cameron Armstrong graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a B.A. in English: Writing and a minor in Womens Studies. He created ArmstrongTimes to express his opinion on Relationships, Social Issues, and Spirituality.

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