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Just because I'm...
cougarmeat: Fat: Does not make me any less beautiful than a thinner person. Does not mean you can tell me what I should and should not be eating. Does not mean I will never find love. Does not mean I am unhealthy or obese. Does not mean I am lazy. Does not mean I am unattractive or ugly. Does not mean I need your pity. Thin: Does not mean I am Anorexic or Bulimic. Does not mean I...
My Size Cannot Define Me →
“We live in a sizeist society. Long past the time when it was acceptable to judge someone’s worth based on sex, gender, race, culture, religion, body mods, or ethnicity (though such judgments DO still occur), it is common and largely acceptable to judge someone based on their body type.”
mentalillnessmouse: Want to talk: Try a chat room! A friend just sent me a few links that might be helpful to a lot of you here, especially since I get a lot of asks about not being able to talk to anyone else about your mental illness. Here are some chat rooms divided by their topics General Mixed Nuts (trigger free) Anxiety HealthfulChat Phobics Awareness Healing Well Bipolar ...
Learning to Love Yourself
onlinecounsellingcollege: We tend to focus on looking for love, hoping for love, and waiting for love. Yet if we look to others to meet that basic need then we’ll always be empty and unfulfilled. That is, for others to love us in a healthy way, we must first be able to nurture ourselves … and to love and honour who we truly are. The steps below can help you work towards this goal. 1. Decide...
Her Thighs Touched
dreamherboy: Her thighs touched each other ever so gently as if to tell one another ‘I love you’ Her thighs touched It was the sweetest thing when her thighs touched especially when my head was in between those thighs that touched, not so gently Her thighs touched in her high waisted shorts it was the sweetest thing to admire her dark skin, beautiful complextion, these beautiful thighs...
Note to self
kevinizeyourself: Be happy with who you are. Yes, you’ve got flaws but who doesnt? Embrace them, that’s what makes you, you. Don’t worry about guys. They’re going to like you for you not for your face. And for the shallow ones out there, forget them. They’re the ones missing out on the great personality you have.
You don't have to justify your body.
stophatingyourbody: If you’re thin, you don’t have to say ‘but I eat all the time!’/’I have a fast metabolism!’ If you’re fat, you don’t have to say ‘it’s genetic!’/’I’m trying to lose weight!’ You don’t need to explain to anybody why your body is the way it is. Your body is YOUR body, and that’s all the justification you need.
I hate seeing all of those posts:
odolnost: “Skinny isn’t beautiful, curves are.” No. Both are beautiful. Sure, now you’re making the naturally curvier girls feel better about themselves, but you are also now making the naturally thin girls feel terrible about themselves. How about you just agree that every BODY is beautiful :)
Follow-up: Tumblr’s New Policy Against...
cierahh: staff: Last Thursday, we posted a draft of a new policy against blogs that actively promote self-harm, along with some PSA-style language to appear next to searches associated with self-injury. The reaction was overwhelming. The post itself provoked more than 25,000 likes, reblogs, and replies; and more than 2,500 of you sent in comments by email. Thank you. By far, the most common...
kucala: shatteredoceans: “You have nice curves.” “I like your curves ;)” “Your curves work for you.” Fuck you, you’re just trying to avoid the word ‘fat’ because we alllllll know that’s what you actually mean. Why don’t you just fucking say it? Stop this silly little charade. Curvy and fat are not necessarily the same thing. Curvy isn’t a bad word. Fat isn’t a bad word. They are both...