I spent this past weekend at the beach. Before you ask, yes I was there four weeks ago. Get over it. I sat in my beach chair observing, OK I was judging, the people frolicking in the waves. What? Don’t you frolic? I saw many different body types and degrees of sexy. I saw everything from the tanned hard body to the white pasty beached whale. Were they all sexy? No.
|I'm so hungry YOU are|
starting to look like a cheeseburger.
I know, you want me to say everyone is sexy in their own way. That’s what ugly people say to make themselves feel better. Sexy is perception. Our perceptions are influenced by the media and the media says a tight, tan body with curves in the right places is what makes sexy sexy. Is the media wrong? Nope. They are spot on. That is what is sexy in most countries where they have access to TV, computers, movies, magazines, books, radio, or porn. I’m not the one who made the rules people. Don’t get mad at me.
So if you’re not a megawatt hot supermodel with calf implants do you have any right to think you’re beautiful? ABSO-FREAKING-LUTELY!! What do those models say? They say that if you make enough money to eat whatever you want you have to starve yourself. They say that if you don’t by this dress, bikini, pair of shoes, hat, exercise equipment, diet program, or breast enhancement cream you will not be beautiful. And they tell you this with a look on their face that says they’d kill someone for a scoop of ice cream. Is that starved scowl beautiful? No. What makes a real woman beautiful? A real woman finds her beauty in the people who love her. She seeks only their acceptance. She doesn’t need to lacquer her face to gain their approval. They love her when she’s made up looking gorgeous and when she’s been in the same pair of pajamas for three days because she’s working against a deadline. This love and acceptance gives her confidence and confidence is the sexiest asset a woman has. (But a nice rack does help.)