I think this speaks for itself. Accepting a person doesn’t mean you get to put limits on their freedom. You can’t be an ally and want us to stop talking, or labeling, or demanding to be heard.
Acceptance has no exceptions. Period.
I am terribly fond of moths.
I want to prove something to my sister who is being a real bitch about my weight and telling me nobody will ever want me
On purpose in fact!! That’s my type!
I’ve never dated someone who has a thigh gap and/or flat tummy. The more there is, the longer it takes to kiss everything
I am in the fun position of being both curvy and vain,
I get the hots for girls who look like me, and like their curves.
some chill positivity from a 1998 Sesame Street book about the letter F
When was the last time you saw people of all sizes in the media? Unless it was a commercial promoting just that, uhhh — try never! Bullying based on weight is a bad cultural habit that’s still alive in the mainstream. Diverse shapes should be celebrated, not maligned. The people in this campaign are proudly showcasing their beauty for all to see. Hopefully their hard work helps others to do the same. See more here.
maybe it won’t always be easy to love yourself but please, please, at least stop hating yourself
You are not worthless.
You are not a “mistake.”
You are not better off dead.
You are not “disgusting and fat.”
You are not “a waste of space.”
You are more important than you give yourself credit for.
You are a great person with a meaningful life.
You are a human who is here for a reason.
You are strong enough to get through this.
You are worth nothing but positivity.
And if you wondering if anyone cares about you well..