"Whether clothed or not, as women our bodies are constantly policed and dictated over by men and by other women," she said in a lengthy note. "We are told what we can and cannot wear based on our size and shape or others beliefs about what is acceptable or appropriate. We are told what we need to look like to be considered beautiful. We are told if we dress a certain way we are 'asking for it' or if we are more covered up we are prude or unexpressed. We are told our sexuality and expression of that sexuality is something we should be ashamed of, something we should keep to ourselves." "We are persecuted for our right to choose when to become a mother or to become one at all. We are kept from access to birth control, places to get information about sexual health and contraceptives are defunded," Willis continued. "The lineage of women who have fought with their lives to progress women’s rights sacrificed everything to get us to where we are today and we are still miles away from any sort of equality. My body and my right to my divine femininity will not be policed or suppressed by anyone man or woman.
We can be sexual for us. We can be naked for us. We can be tied up for us. People think telling women to not be naked and 'respect themselves' is feminist but it’s really just centering men once again in the assumption that everything you are doing is for them," she explained. "This was not for any man. This was for me. It was about exploration and taking back power in my right to choose. I support any woman’s right to express themselves however they choose to convey their sensuality, sexuality, self."