I don’t want to be a slut.
But I’m not ashamed to admit that it’s happening.
And I know I’m lucky to have the time to do it.
I grew up in the 1980s and ’90s.
That was the time when the media was obsessed with body image and sexiness.
In the ’90 and ’00s, I felt like I was in a bubble.
Nowadays, my peers aren’t so obsessed with being thin.
But it doesn’t mean I can’t be sexy.
I have a beautiful face and an amazing body.
I know that being a sexualizer is the new sexy.
It’s not a matter of having a sexy body; it’s about having a body that looks good, feels good, and is sexy.
But is it sexy to have a body you’re ashamed of?
I’ve always been pretty self-conscious.
I thought I was pretty sexy.
But there was no way I was going to have sex.
I never felt like being sexy.
At first, I wanted to be sexy all the time.
But as a teenager, I stopped being so embarrassed.
I knew I was beautiful, and that I wasn’t going to be able to hide that.
I didn’t want people to notice my body.
I didn’t have an expectation that I had to be perfect.
I used to have really long hair.
Now, I have short, braided hair.
I wear makeup on the beach, because I feel like it gives me more confidence.
There are so many different things about me.
I’m a tomboy, and I have an intense passion for music, theater, and dancing. I don