Hypocrisy


paulyunstoppable:

I love seeing comments on pictures reblogged on here with the phrase “i have stretched ears and tattoos but omg thats is just to much” useally followed by ignorant comments like “how are they going to get a job now” or “they are going to look horrible when they are 80” 

i believe people that have this mentality of well what i do is awesome but when you go past what i have then your a freak and have gone to far are the same people that say “im not racist i have a black friend” or “i am not gay my long lost 3rd uncle is gay”

if you have stretched ears no matter what size they are perfect for you and make you look great

if you have one tattoo or a full body suit, it fits you just right and is beautiful

if you have implants or dont have implants, awesome for you either way as long as your happy

have scarification? dont have scarification? fantasic your beautiful any way you want yourself

im tired of all this hypocritical hate when it comes to modification, it doesnt matter how modified you are, whether you have a few piercings and a tattoo or you have gone through a full body transformation, if you are doing what makes you happy then that is the perfect amount of modifications for you and dont let ANYONE tell you any different

body art is about recalling yourself and loving the way you look or just thinking its pretty, putting down others that don’t fit into the same “mold” you think is acceptable is hypocritical and ignorant and just mean and needs to stop

let people be what they want to be there is no such thing as “to far” or even to little, its a personal choice and its really no one elses buisness what anyone else does to themselves


About Janet Morris

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama. I've got as many college credits as a doctorate candidate, and the GPA of some of them, too. I have a boss by the name of Amy Pond. She's a dachshund. My parents both grew up in Alabama.