A Open Letter To the People Who Talked About My Body
To the People Who Talked About My Body,
Why did you feel the need to comment on my body? Why did you feel the need to talk to me and/or others about my body? My body is not something that you had the right to talk about.
When you said my ankles were too small and that I needed to eat more to gain weight, your words hurt. Why did you feel like you had the right to talk about my body?
To the people who told me I was now beautiful when I started barely eating food and was underweight; why did you talk to other people about my weight as if you had nothing else to talk about?
Why did you talk about my sex life like it was the most important thing for you?
Do you remember when you told me to not put hand sanitizer on because the most important thing for me was to be a mother and that using hand sanitizer could lead to me not being able to get pregnant.
Do you remember the ‘Mother’s Day’ you told me, ‘one day you will be a mother?’
It’s my body, not yours.
Remember when you told me to wear long sleeves and over sized clothes because your husband was looking at me.
Your husband had no right to look at me and sexualized me, remember at that time I was a minor.
Now that I am adult, you can’t wait till I’m married with children.
You talk about my boobs, bottom, lips.
Why do people feel they have the right to say these things? Why did you make me feel disgusting with myself?
Some of you were 5, 10 , 20 years older than me and yet you had to talk about my body.
Why did you comment to me, how thin I am, or how big I am?
You made me feel like I was not good enough or just a sexualized thing.
You made me feel ugly and nasty about my body.
You have no right to talk about my body. You have no right to me.
You are no longer in my thoughts.
I hope you learn your lesson, and you get the help you need. If you feel the need to talk to me about my body and/or talk to other people about my body, you need some serious help.
You did this to me when I was as young as 12 years old to now as I am adult. I don’t allow you in my life no more.
I forgive you but I will not allow you to speak about my body no more.
Whatever life takes you, just enjoy your life. Think positive and be positive.
–Always look to the rising sky
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