I think it's finally time I address one of the things I hate the most about deviantART, perverts.
Actually, to be fair, it's not just limited to deviantART, but rather the internet as a whole, where if you vaguely resemble a female, these guys will be on you like a magnet.
I've been on deviantART ever since I was 14 and I, like many of my friends on here, have had my fair share of internet perverts. I won't get into legalities, but I've seen and heard many absurd things. I've had men blatantly ask me for photos of my tits- and that's only the beginning.
Now, I do not speak on behalf of my entire gender, I am speaking only for myself. I am not your average dumb bitch hungry for a shallow compliment and cheap attention.
For any internet perverts that might be reading this, let me tell you a few things about myself.
- I attend one of the top research universities in the entire world.
- At this prestigious university, I am double majoring in chemistry and biology.
- I am very good at what I do.
- In fact, I was good enough to land an organic chemistry teaching assistant position.
- Which is a huge deal.
- I'm aiming to get into a PhD program to obtain my doctorate, ultimately perusing a career as a researcher in organic chemistry.
Internet pervs, I imagine that you are something along the lines of a sad older man sitting at his computer hoping for even a slight wiggle. If I look in your "favorites" section, I will probably find numerous macro vagina shots.
Guys, the internet is 110% porn, don't make yourselves so desperately obvious (especially on a site like this).
So, internet perverts, the next time you decide to treat me as nothing more than a pair of tits, please remember that I am smarter than you. I guarantee you that what I'm doing is more efficient, meaningful, and worthwhile than whatever it is you're doing with your free hand. In fact, compared to me, you'd be the piece of meat.
Though a stale on, probably.
Do not forget your place in this world. My existence serves more purpose than yours ever can, so don't you dare talk down to me.For anyone else reading this, please forgive me for not remaining humble, as that is what I believe in and try to practice. But I feel being direct was necessary to getting to the point.