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  2. loud-prints:

    (via ♚ Chronic Teachings of a Regal Fatty ♚ : Eye Candy #OOTD Charisma’s (Not So) Small Talk)

    A great outfit and some wonderful advice on loving yourself from Charisma Monroe

    (via chubby-bunnies)

     

  3. nataliemeansnice:

    'whatchya thinkin' 'bout?'
    ‘oh, nothin’. just bird stuff.’ (at Atomic Candy)

     

  4. chubby-bunnies:

    Welcome to my blog http://www.queen-plus.com/

    My name`s Katerina , uk size 24 

     


  5. "You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in."
    — Eliezer Yudkowsky  (via rampias)

    (Source: abundance-mine, via voluptuousambitions)

     

  6. fatandphat:

    OOTD

    Just going to a family thing but I like to look nice when I go out

    (via fatisattractive)

     

  7. nowhollywood:

    Beth Ditto attends Jean Paul Gaultier fashion show during Paris Fashion Week, February 2014

    (via sabrinadropkick)

     


  8. thisisthinprivilege:

    I got my phd from Princeton and now I teach classes at Harvard. I teach classes on health and obesity and I am a big advocate for HAES. my goal is to stop fatshaming around campus and rid the world of that plague.

    But when I tell people about my research, they don’t believe me. They think that…

     


  9. pardonmewhileipanic:

    New Rules:

    1. FOOD: If you want to come at me about “how much I eat”, you need to provide an exact food diary of everything I ate in the past week, (not just what it was, but how much and when). Then you also need to provide at least 36 examples of thin people eating…

     


  10. thisisthinprivilege:

    I’ve been going through the ringer for the last year. I’ve had cancer once and two unrelated and independent cancer scares, one of which isn’t fully resolved. My relationship of 6 years ended, and I’ve had a stalker, a family member die, and I’m dealing with potentially being homeless. Needless to…

     


  11. thisisthinprivilege:

    Thin privilege is being told that your clothes are fashionable rather than “flattering.”

     


  12. maggiemunkee:

    goodenoughfortoday:

    thisisthinprivilege:

    I’ve been going through the ringer for the last year. I’ve had cancer once and two unrelated and independent cancer scares, one of which isn’t fully resolved. My relationship of 6 years ended, and I’ve had a stalker, a family member die, and I’m dealing with potentially being homeless. Needless to…

    This happened to me after my occipital neurostimulator implantation. One lead was misplaced causing stimulation of the facial nerve making any jaw movement extremely painful. I lost 20 lbs very quickly because I could barely eat. When people complimented me I would tell them why I lost the weight & some would say they’d like that option. So people would want a migraine disorder that has caused a continuous migraine for 4 years, that failed off every conventional & alternative treatment (some very painful), & now required that circuitry be implanted from my head to my hip in an incredibly painful procedure? Yes, they would. This is how important weight is in this country.

    Reblogging for excellent commentary.

    (via thisisthinprivilege)

     


  13. thisisthinprivilege:

    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/health/2014/04/29/fat-shaming-documentary-spurs-death-threats/

    Lindsey Averill decided to create a documentary focusing on fat and fat shaming/discrimination—and started getting death threats.

    Thin privilege is not being stalked and terrorized when you make a documentary about other people your size.

     


  14. thisisthinprivilege:

    (Trigger warning for eating disorders)

    I’m a recovering anorexic in my thirties, I’ve had to train myself really hard not to restrict calories and constantly weigh myself. Because of my natural body type I’ve never looked like the stereotypical anorexic, at my absolute thinnest I was a UK size…

     


  15. thisisthinprivilege:

    Thin privilege is when my psychiatrist cared more about the fact that my anti-depressants made me gain 15 pounds in three months than that it gave me massive migranes and made me feel extremely dizzy all the time. Then my Dad agreed with him. Because, you know, “It can cause problems later on”