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guys: uh why do girls care so much about being skinny? it's so annoying
guys: ew fat chicks
guys: why do girls care so much about shopping and romance and nail polish lol so annoying
guys: ew crazy butch lesbian manly feminazis why can't they act more feminine lol
guys: why do girls wear makeup they look so much better without it
guys: oh i'm so sorry are you sick? tired? dying?
guys: haha girls suck at math/science/sports
guys: a girl who does math/science/sports? well? get back in the kitchen that shits not gonna get you a husband
guys: why are girls so sensitive when we look at their boobs or something c'mon with that top you're asking for it
guys: oh my god a gay guy just hit on me how fucking disgusting what a creeper doesn't he have any boundaries?

“I wanted to say, ‘Hey ladies, you’re beautiful,’. Hopefully, this changes things and maybe it won’t change things, but I love it.” - Nicki Minaj on the Anaconda music video

OK BUT LIKE IN THE SONG SHE QUITE OFTEN INSULTS SKINNY GIRLS.
THAT’S NOT WHAT BODY POSITIVE IS ABOUT.
IT’S ABOUT LOVING YOUR BODY REGARDLESS OF SIZE. NOT LOVING YOUR BODY BECAUSE OF SIZE.
SHE DIRECTLY INSULTS SKINNY GIRLS IN THE SONG. THAT’S NOT HOW IT WORKS. BOTH ARE BEAUTIFUL. ONE JUST GETS MORE REPRESETATION.
THAT’S LIKE A “FEMINIST” WHO WANTS WOMEN TO BE BETTER THAN MEN.
OR AN LGBTQ PERSON WHO HATES ALL STRAIGHT PEOPLE.
IT’S NOT OKAY.
DAMN NICKI I LOVE YOU BUT NO. THAT’S NOT RIGHT.

(Source: wadamelen, via plus-size-barbiee)

moufwerk:

I love forgetting about people. It’s something that I’m fairly new at but mastering quickly. My life is too damn good to think about anyone but myself and the people who are truly there for me. It’s a pleasant existence.

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ultrafacts:

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riotsnotdiets:

fatfromtheside:

Fat, From the Side: Margitte

My fat from the side: Or how I am constantly realizing just how big my big butt is

Kyla took this (entirely candid) picture of me while I was getting ready for a (not at all candid) photoshoot to create publicity materials for the documentary last Saturday. She took a lot of behind-the-scenes shots that day, but this one is probably my favorite.

When I’m getting ready for the day, doing my hair and makeup while leaning precariously over my powder-and-blush-stained counter-tops, the last thing I’m thinking about is my butt. I am very rarely thinking about my body at all, so much as I am thinking about an animated, two-dimensional portrait of myself that begins at the top of my head and ends at my bust. This version of me is still fat, but not nearly as fat as the person I see when I look at this picture that Kyla took. The thing is, I very rarely “feel” as fat as I look. I think this is a pretty normal occurrence for fat folks… I’ve spent so many years in my head, shying away from full physical embodiment, that I sometimes forget that my body is more than a face and some boobs—especially when I’m just going through my morning hair and makeup routine.

When I finish, I take a few looks in one or both of my two full-length mirrors. I do some twirling, check out my backside, and even do some side-viewing. But it’s not the same as looking at this picture—this static representation of a side of me that I rarely see, and one that I am only recently comfortable with.

But something awesome happened when Kyla showed me this picture: I was in awe. Not because I was surprised to see what I saw—I DO know how big my butt is, and how far my stomach and breasts stick out, regardless of how often I might “forget” it. I was in awe because when I saw myself I experienced this deep sense of pride, this voice inside me that was like “fuck YEAH that is you! That is your body. That is your home.” And it felt so good. I’m still beaming, just looking at this picture now, and feeling that wonderful feeling when you realize that your body is YOU and you are your body and everything is just… good. This is me; I’m a good body.

You can learn more about Fat Activist, Margitte Leah Kristjansson, at Riots Not Diets.

(by kylathegreat)

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This photo is almost 3 years old and my body has changed quite a bit since then. Self-love and body acceptance is a fucking lifelong journey, y’all. You are never done learning to love your body. 

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wadepeter:

i hope natalie dormer’s parents know how well they did

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sparrowsandcats:

 also could the world quit telling bisexual people that theyre pansexual okay if a person identifies as bisexual theyre fuckin bisexual, if a person identifies as pansexual then theyre fuckin pansexual youre not the fuckin orientation police 

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I’m a demon, and you want to summon me. What six components are required for the ritual?

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Took this when I was trying to show my hair. Didn’t show my hair color right, but it’s cuteeee.

greensdontquit:

I’ve been waiting to use this gif for a long long time…

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humorful:

HE CAN GET HIS NAME ON A COKE BUT I CANT FIND MY SIMPLE ASS NAME???

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vintagegal:

Hilda by Duane Bryers

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dirty-fallen-angel:

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SAM’S FACE IN THE LAST ONE OH MY GOD

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