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GIRL SAYS GUYS JUST WANT HER FOR HER BODY AS SHE HAS ’36-24-36′ FIGURE

As a woman, I can relate to the feeling of being objectified for my body. I have been blessed with a 36-24-36 figure, and it seems like I can’t go anywhere without someone’s eyes on me.

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It’s like I’m nothing more than a walking, breathing mannequin. It’s gotten to the point where I feel like guys only want me for my body, no matter how much I try to show them I have more to offer.

When I was younger, I used to feel quite flattered by the attention. After all, it was nice to feel appreciated, even if it was just based on my physical appearance.

I’d dress up and put a lot of effort into my appearance thinking it would make me more attractive, and I was right. But as I got older, I started to realize that my physical appearance was becoming my only asset.

Guys would approach me and start talking about my body, and that’s all they wanted to talk about.

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They’d forget I had a brain, and would never ask me about my interests, hobbies, or anything else that would give them insight into who I was as a person. I felt like I was nothing more than a living, breathing object for their ‘pleasure’.

It was disheartening, to say the least. I was more than my body, and I felt like no one was seeing that. I tried to dress more conservatively and make it clear that I wasn’t interested in being objectified, but it didn’t work.

No matter what I did, guys would always seem to focus on my body and nothing else.

I started to feel really frustrated and disrespected. I was a person, not a piece of meat, and I wanted to be seen and appreciated as such. I wanted to be respected and valued, not just admired for my physical assets.

So, I started to take a stand. I refused to let myself be objectified and made sure to let every guy know that I expected to be seen and treated as an equal.

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I was honest and upfront about my expectations, and I made sure that any guy who wanted to date me knew that I was looking for something more than just a physical connection.

It’s been a long journey, but I’m proud to say that I’ve finally found the respect and appreciation I was looking for. I’ve learned to embrace my body and all its beauty, but I’ve also learned that there’s so much more to me than just my physical appearance.

I’ve learned to stand up for myself and make sure that any guy I date respects me as an individual.

It’s sad that it had to come to this, but I’m glad that I’ve been able to find the respect and appreciation I was looking for.

I’ve learned that I’m so much more than just my physical assets, and I’m proud to be able to show that to the world.

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