Tex Hollywood - June 24, 2020
I came across this shoot from @MissFrabjous, who I have obviously never heard of, but who has 20k followers from her content creating expertise, at least when it comes to being posed in front of the camera.
When I first looked at the photos, I did not notice the scars, that I am going to assume is from cutting, which wasn't really a known thing when I was growing up, but that I saw become a thing amongst people, almost like some kind of badge of honor in terms of being edgy, dark, damaged, a survivor of trauma. Who knows how it's presented, I generally try to avoid.
I am typically not too impressed with the whole "putting myself out there" with all my flaws, or perceived flaws, because we are all imperfect beings which makes us perfect. I don't really sign up to all that posturing to give yourself an angle, but I do know that these pics made me curious, uncomfortable, confused, feeling like there is a level of twisted empowerment of celebrating the issues that have brought us to this place here today.
I still don't know how I feel about it, scars on her breasts, I mean it is uncomfortable so that's why I am sharing the shoot with you. Intense.