My 15 year-old sister got in an argument with a male friend of hers. Apparently he wouldn’t quit ogling and sending pictures of his cousin’s “hot girlfriend” in a bikini and talking trash about the girls at their school who “think they have it but don’t” and wear bikinis even though they “shouldn’t” and make him “want to gag”, proceeding to call them slurs like “whores” and the like.
My perfect 15 year-old sister proceeded to inform this boy that a) he is “full of shit”, b) he has zero room or right to judge or shame any girl for their body and what they put on it, because c) they certainly are t wearing it to impress him. Her words exactly to this boy: “you aren’t the one wearing the bikini, you aren’t the one they’re wearing it for, and quite frankly girls like [a mutual friend of theirs] inspire me with their confidence to be who they want to be and wear what they want to wear”. He told her that it was “the truth”, his “opinion”, and that he knew why she was “getting offended”, but “shouldn’t” because he wasn’t saying that SHE couldn’t pull it off.
It’s times like these when I am both disgusted by the boys in my hometown being raised to believe they get to ogle, objectify, and have a say in everything a girl does/doesn’t do, and at the same time indescribably proud of the woman my sister is growing up to be.
Seriously though, this kid was my student aide last semester and I can confirm he is 100% full of his own bullshit. And just so we’re clear: maybe he’s correct to some extent that some girls can “pull off” a bikini, and some can’t. But you should also take into consideration that some guys have big dicks and others don’t, and since having a tiny dick doesn’t keep them from acting like a big dick, then a girl’s body shape and size shouldn’t stop her from wearing whatever the hell she wants.
Rant over. Holley out.