Okay, so I've been having trouble sleep lately and have been steady watching videos from people Instagram suggests. It's normally been tolerable but this overnight viewing was so disturbing I had to write about it. From a young man visually explaining what it feels like if your girlfriend makes you have sex when you don't want to, i.e. rape, to multiple couples pushing and slapping and hitting each other, even one blowing one up with a grenade. Yes, I understand anger and disappointment and manipulation, but if we laugh about it it just perpetuates the problem. It doesn't have to be that way. It is, however, good, to get rid of your emotions in a way that is safe for everyone. Hurt feelings vs physical harm. But not to the point of emotional abuse/bullying.
There're various types of bullying and also other very strong criticisms over how young ladies/women are disrespecting themselves just to get attention. The men also need to see how they are doing the same. It's not all right to just hit someone or for someone to force you to do something you are not comfortable with or ready for. Sex is not an obligation from either party, in any relationship, despite popular opinion. I just had to stop watching. I know we have to #changetherules #changethenarrative and #stopthecycleofviolenceandneglect. I see some people just reaching out trying for anyone to "see" them for real. Criticism to the point of bullying is not going to help the problem. It is just the internet, but where are the families of these people? Do they see what the kid is doing, who may not even be legal age of being on social media? I don't know I just had to get this out. I have a lot of darkness inside and I have to get it out in my own way as well. I guess I was just missing what doesn't "sell" as well as sex and violence. So, back to my happy space. You can catch me at www.instagram.com/matchingmysocks. Also, at my second blog, kscinderella.wordpress.com It's a place where the real and surreal will meet.
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