Hi! First submission. I love, love, love this blog!
I am 17 years old, 200lbs, 5’0”, 40C, and I usually wear a size 18/XXL US.
In the left photo I am wearing a XXL sweater and size 18S skinny jeans, both from Target. In the right photo, I’m wearing a men’s XXL hoodie sweatshirt from god knows where and size L shorts from Walmart. No makeup or editing in the right-hand photo.
Know that you are allowed to love yourself and you are allowed to love your body, no matter what size.
I love this!!
Can we talk about the girl for the first half of this video and HOW AMAZING she is!
"Baby Got Back:" Sir Mix-A-Lot with the Seattle Symphony (by SeattleSymphony)
this is important
I’m sorry, what was that about fat people not being able to pole dance?????
What was that about fat people not having agility and the strength to do dance moves and shit while fat???
WHAT WAS THAT?
existing as a fat person and loving yourself
instead of hating yourself
#FatShamingWeek (Frequently Asked Tonjes) (by Meghan Tonjes)
Loving your body and being comfortable with it is one of the most rebellious things you can do in this world.
I am very supportive of curvy/
fatbabes with tattoos and piercings and rad hair and a take-no-shit attitude.
Don’t fucking touch my post. FAT babes. FAT FAT FAT FAT FAT. Thick is just another word society gives fat girls in order to emphasize the idea that “fat” is a bad word. It’s not a fucking bad word. I wrote what I wrote for a reason get the fuck out of here with your lame ass “correction”.
friendly reminder that since it’s getting hot out, people of all sizes and genders can wear whatever they want to keep themselves cool and comfortable, and you are, under no circumstances, allowed to shame them or sexualize them for it.
literally me and my bae on the beach
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