These are the parts of myself that I’m sometimes insecure about.
My stomach rolls and stretch marks.
My thick thighs.
My large arms and the millions of freckles I have.
How I look from the side.
My back rolls and the slouch I have.
My naked face. No make up, no wig.
This is really personal to me.
I’m trying my hardest to see myself in a positive light.
Please DO NOT REBLOG TO PORN OR FETISH BLOGS. I do not consent to being on those blogs.
Below is tumblr question that was submitted to me and I thought it was a really important topic that should be spoken about. So often as fat people we have thin friends in our lives who are going through disordered eating patterns and negative thoughts about their own bodies. We want to support…
At Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Come listen to me talk for a really long time. It will be fun I promise.
Any excuse to wear a bow tie.
Well I’ve decided to start keeping track of my outfits. All these wonderful bloggers have inspired me so here we go….
Shirt: Torrid 5xl
Leggings: Torrid 4xl
Jacket: Lane Bryant 26
Book of Mormon buttons, Pantages Theatre, Daryl Dixon Hot Topic, and all my lovely fat activism comes from Fat+Nerdy
Idly flipping through junk mail catalogs this morning during oatmeal, and this little discovery might have made my day!
(I might also add, this catalog also garnered my kudos for having a bunch of ultra hippie clothes and a two-page spread of sex toys. Priorities.)
on the dick like
I CAN’T FUCKING BREATHE
I lost my shit at the first comment
From Surfer Mag. Munch and night, rip all day! I heard he’s riding a six inch thick board.
Because whatever. I’m going to celebrate, I’m going to glorify life. Because I am grateful for it.
It’s no coincidence that the blossoming of delight in my own fat body has bloomed since my discovery of the fat positive blogs on tumblr.
I needed to see other humans taking delight in their fat bodies! I needed to see that it’s okay to be proud of your temple! It’s okay to show off your fat!
I wish that I had seen fat bodies represented positively in media a long long time ago. I wouldn’t have had to grow up thinking mine was abnormal and wrong. I wouldn’t have spent 3 decades trying to make my body something it’s not.
To every fat body I see, I thank you for showing up. I thank you for representing.
I adore all of your shapes and sizes! You are beautiful!
I practiced my outfit like Cher in clueless. You can’t trust mirrors or cookie dough logs.