I’m so sick of reading when I should and shouldn’t have baby. Of why I can and can not abort a baby if I’m not ready (or my body is unable to go through with the process). Or why having a baby early will help my career (which, in my mind is the worst reason of all. If I’m not ready to have children…I will not be having them). So back off world, you have not had to take care of my body for the past 23 years. You do not know the pains I went through at a young age, or the awkward moments.
So, I’d appreciate it if you kept your commentary to a minimum.
Normally I wouldn’t care, I’d take the talk-about-it-all-you-want-but-I’ma-do-what-I’ma-do,-kay?- approach. But that doesn’t seem to be working.
With more people crawling to the interwebs to give their input on what my lady business parts should be doing it’s starting to become a harder battle to fight. At first, sure, it was easy when it was me against 10 trolls…but now they’ve seem to have multiplied- dragging more influential people into their dungeon..er to their side.
So this is my final plea: As a 23 year old educated woman living on her own, I feel compelled to tell you that I will do what I want to do with my body. I do not appreciate your suggestions, quips, or “hysterical” memes, dictating what I should do with my body. It is not a privilege, it is not something that needs to be voted on. It’s my body, and I will do with my baby maker as I please.
Lets leave it at that, no more comments, no more meetings held in large halls and no one telling me what I can and can’t do with my body. My great grandmother didn’t burn her bra because she needed to keep warm, and we shouldn’t put up with this crap just because old white men think they know what’s best for the female body.
Okay. Mini rant done. Stop talking about my lady bid-nas.