A helpful starting guide to body positivity.
My weight is nunya.
Seeing you tagged this with DEM THIGHS makes me feel better cuz my thighs look exactly like that LOL
I think that shape is sexy as hell. That’s about the same body type as Tallulah. Thick thighs on a person are one of my favorite things. ♥
Because telling fat people that they are in fact humans that deserve dignity and respect automatically means you’re ~*GLORIFYING OBESITY*~
By the way, don’t dribble on to me saying you worry about a fat person’s ‘health’. That’s just a bullshit excuse to voice your unwanted opinion on a fat person’s body considering you wouldn’t give a single flying fuckadoodle about someone’s health if they were skinny. Besides another person’s health is none of your damned business anyway. Run along now and preach to a choir that actually cares.
I’m going to be honest, so long as you’re not hurting anyone, you can eat soy sauce and milk duds all day long for all I care.thank you so much for this comic imp.
Reminder: Body image does not equate to actual health.
Do you guys remember That’s So Raven? That’s So Raven, one of the few shows Disney channel did right. That’s So Raven, if you don’t remember starred Raven Symone as Raven Baxter. Let me tell you somethings about Raven Baxter; Raven Baxter wasn’t a thin girl nor did she want to be famous singer like EVERY OTHER CHARACTER ON TELEVISION TODAY. No, Raven was a girl with some extra meat on her bones that wanted to be a fashion designer and model her own work. Remember the episode where a magazine put her head on another model’s body because she didn’t have ‘the look’ and how Raven fought to change it?* What happened to episodes like that, Disney Channel? Yes, That’s So Raven, despite being a show about a psychic, was the most real kids show on television. What about the episode dealing with racism when the store manager refused to hire Raven because she’s black? Or the episode dealing with drugs when Raven thought her brother, Cory, was smoking? This was a show that was popular and relatable. It didn’t feature a new song every week, it didn’t need to! The hilarious antics of the costume wearing Raven Baxter, mixed with life lessons we can actually read, made this show the best show Disney Channel came up with ever.
That’s So Raven was extremely important to my adolescence and NOTHING I’ve seen on television since has stood up to it. Quite literally, it’s in my top three favorite television shows of all time.
The other two are Ugly Betty and Daria.
*That episode was called “That’s So Not Raven” and it’s one of my favorite stories of anything ever… along with the later-mentioned “True Colors” episode.
By Kay, Editorial Assistant , The Debenhams Blog
“Here at Debenhams we believe that anyone can look fabulous in our range- which is why we’ve decided to break with Convention…
“Our Customers are not the same shape or size so our latest look book celebrates this diversity. We would be delighted if others followed our lead. Hopefully these shots will be a step, albeit a small one, towards more people feeing more comfortable about their boidies,’” said Ed Watson, Director of PR, Debenhams”
This is fantastic and wow those clothes are all super cute
The first picture immediately made me think of Katchoo and Francine from Strangers in Paradise!
Spotted by a friend of Francine and Katchoo, the first picture in particular a reminder of the beauty of diversity.