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My Behind does not define me?

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Our obsession about what is behind us is ridiculous. The obsession with Kim K, J-Lo, and anyone else is also ridiculous. You may ask yourself then why am I talking about it and it is because of a picture that has his made it's round on the internet of a teacher with a too tight skirt on writing on the blackboard. The pic is on the Stephanie Speaks FB page wall. A student snapped the pic to show the parents how she dresses. A questions was posed was it appropriate dress and I answered no and that her dress spoke volumes. Well this was in a public forum and they came at me. I also stated that if she had to wear her skirt that tight then she should have on a jacket.  The Big Butt Sisters of America as I will call them had to tell me about when you have one it sticks out so it doesn't matter what you put on. Then you had some reminicsing about their glory days when they turned heads. My stance is take the focus off what know is going to get attention. I am built the way I am and I have to downplay certain areas because I work with the public and around men. I also have male students. There were alot of comments about being blessed with what GOD gave her and that we were haters. Simply not true God blessed you with it but he didn't mean for you to show it to the world. I have hips and do not wear things exceptionally tight. Even with my yoga pants my top covers my behind. It's not about being thick or voluptious. It's about having something  going for you other than your assets. Focus on what's ahead of you than what's behind you!

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