This a post that only a true Halo fan (like myself) could make. So yes i am reblogging this.
Note #1: The point of this post is to take a look at the female body — examples of how it is portrayed in popular culture, mythology, and ancient texts — and by doing so see the women themselves (and women in general) not as their individual, pleasure-inducing body parts, but as human beings. If anything I say angers or offends you, I’m sorry. That was not my intent. Let me know by commenting, and we can talk about it. Also: Please read the footnotes, too. They go into more detail on why I’m saying what I’m saying. Thank you.
Note #2: I am a Catholic. As a result, my thoughts on how the female body is portrayed in popular culture, mythology, and ancient texts, will be influenced by my Catholic faith. This post is me expressing my personal opinion. Your criticism and feedback is welcome: This is a complex…
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