God, skinny bitches complaining about getting fat are so upsetting.
I think it’s really annoying. I mean, look at yourselves! Bones are sticking out of your body and yet you say that you are fat? I could accept it if you complain about gaining weight because that’s different from being fat. Sometimes, it’s actually healthier to put on a little bit of weight especially when they are underweight. But really, with legs just the size of my arms and going on about being as big as a whale is just insulting to me.
I know that I am fat. Yes, I can admit that because I am really clinically overweight. I’ve had more than a fair share of insults and name-calling because of my body. And it really sucks. But I really don’t want to lose weight just to satisfy their standards. And so that’s why I get so irritated with skinny girls acting like their world has turned upside down because of an additional pound or two. Maybe if they do it when I’m not around, it’s fine. But to complain in front of my face about wanting to diet just because they seem to look bigger, just makes me so angry. Maybe I have issues or something, but sometimes, I just want to poke their bones and tell them how their bodies are fine they way it is and that they do not look fat and all those bullshit they are complaining about.
Finally got my haircut.
I was supposed to get my hair cut yesterday, but then as what I said in my previous post, it got postponed. So now, I had the chance to finally get it done. Goodbye long hair! Does it look better? I don’t know. It feels weird. Or maybe I’m just used to having it all the way down my back. Now, it’s only past my shoulders. Oh well, as I said, new sem means new hair. And no, I am not depressed or heart broken or anything. Just want a change of look, that’s all. :)
Oh, I’m fat? Really? What’s your basis? Is it because my bones aren’t sticking out of my skin just like yours? Or is it because I enjoy eating food and I don’t like the idea of starving myself? What? Tell me. ‘Cause honestly, I don’t waste my life worrying about my weight. I have better things to do. If you think I am one of those freakish girls obsessed in becoming the people the see on TV or what the media portray as sexy and beautiful, then you’re wrong. I don’t like to become skeletons. As long as I can find clothes that fit me, I would never put myself into your thin little shoes. Why the hell do I need to conform to the society’s standards anyway?
A peak on women’s life.
Imagine how it would feel to be a woman working in mine field full of men. A batallion of men who waste their time and energy harassing their female co-workers. Can you go on with your life if every single day, men see you as a whore, a toy or a slut? How can you stay strong when even your family cannot believe a word you say? How could you hold on when your children hates you for your guts and believe what other people say about you? What would you do when your friends cannot stand up for you because they are too afraid of what these men can do to get even? Would you stand there, be quiet and let it all go? Or would you be brave enough to stand up for what you know is right and true?
To be a girl and watch a movie like North country, is just too depressing. It is based on a true story about a group of women fighting for their rights. It shows us how unfair it was for women before certain laws could protect them. It will tell us that being a woman is not easy like what most men think. This movie will open our eyes and make us realize how much women can suffer in the hands of men.
The good thing is that, even if the movie shows the bad side of men, it also guarantees us that there are still select few who are otherwise. That some men can lower their pride and help women who are abused and taken for granted. It does not tell us that all men are evil. The movie teaches us that not all people are the same. Some will go their way just to help when they know that it’s the right thing to do.
Oh great, we’re having a lesson on ovulation and the menstrual cycle just when I have my period.
What a timing. I don’t need to know the freaking details of this ungodly blood flow, okay?!
To that boy who never looked at you.
Don’t you know that that girl will forever wonder what’s missing and why she’s not good enough for you?
Beautiful don’t mean the same for everyone.
I really hate books or movies that feature fat, weird, or ugly girls who, in the end, become perfect, skinny and beautiful. People think that it’s just because I;m jealous or anything, but it’s not true. I mean, they would tell us that we should be unique and feel beautiful about who we are, but then we still need to change in order to be “beautiful” and accepted. It’s so contradictory. Why can’t those girls just find people who would like them just the way they are without trying to fix things up and pretend to be someone else. It’s terrible enough that they are being snide upon and laughed at. They don’t need to be like those people who used to laugh at them in order to fit in. Why can’t they just find the strength and confidence to believe in themselves and not conform to the society’s standards?
On how women are treated today.
Women nowadays, think that they have already escaped from the imprisonment caused by the overly patriarchal society. Now that we have plenty more privileges compared to women back them, we asume that we are free from society’s ropes. Oh how wrong we must be. Today, just because we have a say on political, educational, spiritual and any other matters of the world, we are fooled into thinking that we are of equal stature as men. This is very much untrue. If we take a closer look at the society today, we find that majority of women are still held back. How? Well there are a lot of ways.
Most obvious is that how most women are too obsessed in being “beautiful”. Now, I am not saying that it’s wrong to be beautiful, but a lot of people think that we have to change in order to satisfy the so-called “standards of beauty”. Women are trying everything just to be stick-thin, fair, flawless and all that just because that is what the media shows as “beautiful”. What happened to natural beauty? Do we really have to be covered in those thick layers of make-up? Why can’t we just be ourselves and let others see who we are, for real?
Another problem that women overlook now is that we are being used as objects of pleasure. Ever wonder why every car, cigarette, alcohol, condom and other commercial always flaunt their sexy and sensual models? It’s because some of the people still think that we’re as good as sex toys, used for men’s pleasure. Of course, a lot of the male population would disagree saying that it’s just for promotional features, but they are exactly right. Women are used to sell these thing, letting them abuse us.
And lastly, there are still signs of inequality and sexism evident in the media. Mothers washing the dishes while the family are doing other stuff. Women washing piles of dirty clothes, scrubbing the dirty floor, and all sorts of commercial showing that these are the typical jobs for women. My God. Isn’t that awful? Aren’t we capable of things other than that?
You see, this is a very bothering issue. But of course, as long as we are in a patriarchal society, we won’t have much to do against it. I just hope that women would see and understand how big this is. I am still hoping for a change, that maybe one day, men and women will be equals. It’s not impossible. Nothing is impossible.