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In Defense of Thirst Traps





There is no shortage of sexy women on the internet; and I'm not just talking about the professional models or the aspiring social media influencers. I'm talking about your friends, your colleagues, your former classmates, your gym buddies, and your neighborhood MILFs. I'm talking about the every day "thirst trap".


It's easy to dismiss these posts as a shallow attempt to seek attention; I'm not going to lie: I've certainly rolled my eyes at sexy photos that are accompanied by a lame pretense or trite motivational quote. But it was never the photo itself that triggered my disdain -- it was the false pretexts that women are forced to hide behind. God forbid we be seen as vain, shallow, or attention-whoring 🙄


Can we instead shed some light on how thirst traps can be a positive thing?


Thirst traps can be a means of reclaiming one's body and identity in a society that often objectifies and judges. While my worth as a woman is NOT defined by my sexuality, I still choose to celebrate my sexuality as a source of joy in my life. And embracing it on my own terms is my way of saying to the world: "My body is MINE and I can do what I damn well want to do with it!"


And I want every woman in the world to feel this way!


Posting thirst traps can help break the taboo surrounding topics like body image, sexuality, and self-confidence. They have the power to break down traditional beauty standards and stereotypes. By showcasing diverse body types, gender expressions, and styles, individuals can challenge societal norms and open up conversations about body positivity and inclusivity.


So the next time you see an acquaintance post post a sexy photo, instead of rolling your eyes or making a catty remark, I invite you to join a movement that encourages self-love in the digital age where everyone deserves to feel confident and empowered.


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