Breaking the taboo: the female body

” I’ve had enough of society repressing what is beautiful and natural, and I know I speak for many women when I say that.”

Rose Browning

The female body is beautiful, every woman has a unique shape, and I see no shame in showing off your body and taking pride in it.

However exposure of the female body still seems to be a taboo in our society, and there is an expectation for it to look a certain way, a pressure to appear traditionally ‘feminine’.

I am a woman. Like all women, I have breasts, body hair, scars and stretch marks. This is natural, and over the years I’ve learnt to love my female body, and I feel good about it when I show it off; we all should. But our ideology tells me I shouldn’t be proud to reveal it, I shouldn’t be ok with any imperfections. I’ve had enough of society repressing what is beautiful and natural, and I know I speak for many women when I say that.

Probably one of the greatest taboos…

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Hi! I'm Rae. 23. Avid Reader, Book Blogger. Intersectional Feminist. Gryffindor.
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2 Responses to Breaking the taboo: the female body

  1. [ Smiles ] I see nothing wrong in women wanting to love their bodies and show them off.

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