I see girls switching on their cameras, stripping off their morals, in search for validation; in the form of 1000 likes.
I’ve seen and heard them say and do things, in spite of what they promised, their 8 year old self.
In the wee hours of the morning, you can see teardrops seep from underneath their doors, Crying for love, that they cannot afford to give themselves.
They Strain their pockets and kill their legs, just to look prettier than the next girl, like we’re all in some sort of attention grabbing competition.
I’ve heard them say hurtful things, to other woman, to get a backing from a man, who will probably think less of her, but want to see more of her, naked, on his body.
I’ve seen and been a victim of how they step on heads and lay on beds just to elevate themselves.
The world gets to see how their confidence is actually on their skin, by the way they barely have clothes on.
Somehow I’m grateful for men that confuse woman, because it makes it easier to sift for a woman who possess Character. A woman who never wavers her decisions based on a man’s current preference.
Thick, skinny, dreaded, long hair, natural, makeup yet bare.
A woman of substance and self love. Never alters her life or value system based on how a man is feeling during their encounter.
We, as a woman, need to stop craving positive feedback to help us see how our identity and beauty fits into a man’s world. We seek for validation on social media, because we get instant feedback and gratification. Problem is, we are looking for validation in very dangerous places.
Let’s be honest;
“Social media is a virtual talking mirror that contains irrelevant voices”
All I’m saying is, most influential voice, should come from within…
“I have grown to understand that I’m difficult to love, not because I’m broken, but because I’m whole. I don’t give guys the luxury of loving me in parts. I love all of me whole heartedly, so it becomes difficult for a guy to squeeze through my insecurities to fill a void he might think I possess. I don’t get aroused by petty compliments.
See, some guys find joy in loving someone who’s broken so that they fix them just to break them again.”