Yes I know Halloween was like two weeks ago. Also, my last half-nekkid Thursday post was dedicated to my costume. Sure. The thing of it is, you didn’t really see the whole Sexecutioner thing in full effect. Clearly the crowning glory is the dick axe. God is in the details. (Click pic to enhance the dick axe effect)
Besides, I look fucking hot. I’ve worked super hard on my body and I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished. It is certainly not the most amazing body in the world, but I made everything you see happen through hard work and consistent effort. It has taken me a long time to become comfortable enough to shamelessly objectify myself on the world wide web!
The subject of body image is omnipresent in the world today, with a truly disproportionate amount of people having crippling mental issues surrounding their body and self worth. It seems like it has either become a big problem, or something that has been a problem for years that people are finally discussing.
I remember my great-grandfather once told my dad: My generation wasn’t fucking any less, your just talks about it more! Obviously my class and sophistication are inherited. Anyways, you get the analogy.
As a child I was very uncomfortable with my body. So much so that I used to swim in a tee shirt. Once, at a water park in which only bathing suits were allowed, I lamented to my Aunt Ruthie. She sort of shrugged and was like, “we all have bodies.”
It was basically telling me to look around, take it all in, all the various shapes, sizes, ages, colors, wrinkles, fat rolls, knobby knees, pigeon toes, etc. — and get over myself. In later years I’ve come to understand most people are so overly concerned with what I think of them that there’s no cause to worry what they think about me.
We all have the parts we have. Might as well learn to love it and make the most.
These are cheesy affirmations but this shit works: Say the following out loud to yourself…
I love my body
I take care of the needs of my body
I am thankful for all the parts of my body that function correctly
I accept my body as it is
I am beautiful just as I am
My body is perfect just like this
I appreciate all the movements that my body let me perform
I am thankful for my strength
I am appreciative of the compliments I receive about my body
I enjoy feeling good about my body
Happy Half-Nekkid Thursday (: