boudouir

Razones para hacerlo hay muchas. Hay quienes prefieren hacerlo por alguien, por que se compraron lencería nueva, y hay quienes sólo quieren tomárselas para ellas. A mí no me importan las razones, a mí lo que más me importa es que puedan quitarse la ropa sin sentirse agredidas: el cuerpo desnudo no debe ser causa de morbo ni reprobación.

La belleza se esconde debajo de capas de ropa, comentarios y opiniones. Gracias a todas por dejarme ver por debajo de sus ropas y sus almas. :)

Como siempre, un placer.

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anonymous asked:

Why does yoi staff keep on sexualizing yurio when they made the point not to earlier in the season?

I DON’T KNOW ANON. i didn’t realize it was time-based i just thought it was silly and random.

i’m all for letting yurio experience normal teenage sexuality in fic. i’m even for aging him up and drawing all the sexy art you want. honestly, whatever fanworks does with him, i do not care because it’s fandom. 

but when i see an official piece of art of him lifting up his shirt i feel sick. 

there is such a difference between fanworks and official art being sold to people officially. there’s no story built around that, there’s no personal exploration on behalf of the creator, it’s just fucking selling teenage sexuality on a large scale. 

it’s gross because people are buying. 

i should note, there is a huge difference between boudouir body pillow covers of yurio and “welcome to the madness” which has a narrative behind it, and yurio choreographed himself. for me to try to explain is like trying to explain the fine line between nudity and obscenity, and i just can’t. but i hope you understand what i’m getting at.