The stigma around our bodies is ridiculous. I breastfed my son and did so in public, most were unphased by it while others gave you the stink eye. I could care less because it was for my son and they are just boobs. My own husband made the stigma apparent yet again, not with the breast but during a razor commercial. The woman was wearing underwear and shaving her bikini area. My son was watching it with us. My husband was offended because my son can see it - he literally sexualized it! My son didn't flinch, which is what I want to see from him. Mind you I make it a point to desexualize the human body to remove the stigma by not hiding myself from him when I shower or dress. It should be that way. When you're nude/exposed for nonsexual reasons it shouldn't be a production. It's our natural state and it's beautiful.

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Life's too short not to. Let the eclectic creative dreamer out. Purging whatever’s on my mind. Real-life or Fantasy.

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