Blaming other people for how you live as an adult is cowardly. Lots of people have been abused, but at some point you need to take responsibility for your OWN actions.While many critics have made light of her situation, there's a serious side to Del Rosario's story. She claims that her father "ended up abusing me when I was three months old to the point where I should have been dead."
She says her suffering "gave me a free pass to live however I want and have fun."
Tattooing your butthole is just weird and attention whore-ish.
She's not hurting anyone but herself. She's 22, sometimes it takes a long time to come to terms with that type of abuse, which she said started when she was a baby. From her earliest memories, she suffered for someone else's pleasure. I'm not saying that this is an excuse for criminal behavior, but it is for some attention-whoring and self-mutilation.
In a way, she's perpetuating the abuse she suffered as a child with this behavior.
She also learned to link pain and pleasure in some hideous ways. But she doesn't have the insight yet to see this. I hope she figures it out before she brings a child of her own into the world, and that she finds some people who will show her what real love means.
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