Couples trade places (and outfits) in this adorable series from Hana Pesut
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She’s Not Fragile
She may be sensitive. She may cry more times in a month than you have in the last ten years.
Sometimes she may lose herself in her emotional world with tears or rage or deafening silence.
But letʼs get something straight — she is not fragile.
Whether she chooses to or not, sheʼs “designed” to create and carry another human being inside of her body. For. Nine. Months.
Sheʼs “designed” to have this child feed off of her. And after her body has ballooned itself to accommodate the little vampire, she will squeeze the childʼs head and body through the very same place where your “manhood” did itʼs part in the conception.
Go ahead and compare the diameter of your “manhood” to that of a newbornʼs head.
Bill Cosby once likened this delightfully natural and violent process to stretching your lower lip over your head. But really, how could he know?
And weʼre just getting started, folks. Sheʼs also “designed” to then feed and nurture this child through her body via a complex system of breasts, hormones, smells, tastes, sleep-deprivation and god-knows-what for years.
Her sensitivity will allow her to anticipate the childʼs needs before even the child can.
This isnʼt some online class sheʼll take. Itʼs part of her “design.” Itʼs built in to who she is.
Indeed she is incredibly sensitive to the point that she may appear crazy.
But donʼt ever — ever — think she is fragile. To treat her as such is an insult.
See this reservoir of strength within her even when she can not see it for herself. Do not forget that deep down, this woman is built to endure way more than you or I can imagine."
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- Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, Ch. 15 (via swaghavad—gita)