From my Writing Ourselves Whole writings:
My body wants to be at peace. Not within itself, but within the world. When my body is bestowed upon or in the company of men, my body is entitled to appreciation. My body does not wish to be taken advantage of. More than my body's large breasts and vagina want to be worshiped. My body's heart and soul want to be caressed.
My body is entitled to peace. Not within itself, but within the world. My body's uniqueness ought to be accepted. With its hair gracefully covering its arms and legs, short stature, short torso, large waist, blemished skin. Stretch marks from skin stretching to bring forth new life. My body is amazing.
My body is entitled to peace. My body knows what's good for it. It knows what it likes and what it wants and just what to do. My body does not want to be demanded, for my body has agency. My body is entitled to peace, love and appreciation. My body is entitled to safety, my body is entitled to care, my body is entitled to itself.