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No barbie crotch for me #iamnotplastic

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Well for many women and especially women in sport barbie crotch is not their ultimate goal. And why should it be? They have lot more to worry about than a camel toe which I believe is a normal phenomena than something to be ashamed of. Women body shaming has now gone to such an extend that her talent andathleticism is over looked and what’s left to discuss is her looks. As we all know, camel toes happen and that is something we don’t plan to do.

As most of you may know that I like taking care of myself and enjoy spending time in the gym. Here I see so many man running around in their fitted shorts and flashing their junk. This on one hand is considered totally normal and nobody gives him that eye. And here I am walking down the street after gym, and been taunted by strangers “camel toe” not once but twice.  In fact, I quickly realised that most women who passed by also had this face “what the hell?” Well, I didn’t plan to flash you with my camel toe. I am not ashamed and will certainly will not give up on my workout tights. I don’t have to be insecure about my body just because you have a problem. I am human and I refuse to give you barbie crotch.

Sita <3

sita
sita@cocolett.com
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