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    Soooo happy to be by the beach. 🙌🙌🙌 I apologize in advance if I post too much these next few days.

    Soooo happy to be by the beach. 🙌🙌🙌 I apologize in advance if I post too much these next few days.

    501 16 12 hours ago
    Do you have a body? Yes? Then you have a beach body! I’m not actually headed to the beach, just aqua fit.  I woke up this morning wanting to go swimming and this was my solution. Did I wish I was at a beach in the sun? Of course. But the instructor was great, the class was good, and she played the music at a volume that didn’t feel like it was in a dance club. All great things. Who else is counting down the days until you can swim in the lake and chill on the beach? 🙋‍♀️

    Do you have a body? Yes? Then you have a beach body! I’m not actually headed to the beach, just aqua fit. I woke up this morning wanting to go swimming and this was my solution. Did I wish I was at a beach in the sun? Of course. But the instructor was great, the class was good, and she played the music at a volume that didn’t feel like it was in a dance club. All great things. Who else is counting down the days until you can swim in the lake and chill on the beach? 🙋‍♀️

    472 15 18 hours ago
    Hello from your neighborhood poison dart frog

    Hello from your neighborhood poison dart frog

    438 30 22 hours ago
    #Repost @fiercefatfemme
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First up: NOT EVERYONE WANTS TO OR ENJOYS HAVING SEX. And that is okay. Being sex positive to me means that no one should shame any persons sexual experiences including traumas and not wanting to engage in any sexual activities. •

Fat people are often left out of the conversation of sex. We are either hyposexualized, meaning that people divorce sex or sexuality from our bodies, or we are hypersexualized and used as a fetish or seen as purely objects. Antifat rhetoric forces itself into our bedrooms by telling us to turn the lights off, hide the belly, only engage in positions that make you look smaller or more “flattering,” keep the shirt on, and make sure everything you do is for the pleasure of someone else. •

It is okay to have moments in which you want to abide by antifat rhetoric because it is impossible to always remain Fat positive. What I encourage is for all of us to try advocating for ourselves and our bodies in our next sexual engagement. Ask yourself why you want the lights off. Tell your sexual partner(s) to touch and grab your belly instead of ignoring it as if it’s not there. Get into positions that feel good for your accessibility. Let your fat do what it wants instead of controlling it. •

What happens when you stop trying to be attractive? When you stop worrying about shrinking yourself? When you stop positioning yourself in ways that hurt but may appease the white, thin, cis, able-bodies, masculine gaze? What happens when you listen to what you want rather than what society tells you to want? What would your sex look like? How would you feel? Pleasure is an amazing thing, stop telling yourself you don’t deserve pleasure. • [image reads: Don’t shrink yourself during sex. Be fat. Be loud. Take up space.]
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#FatandFree #PlusSize #fatliberation #FatPositive #plussizeootd #PlusSizeBeauty #CelebrateMySize #Fatshion #Queer #FatGirlFlowFam #LoseHateNotWeight #GoldenConfidence #LoveYourself #Whatfatgirlsactumallywear #VBO #VisiblyPlus #AlternativeCurves #BodyPositivity #FatGirlsCan #Selflove #FatGirlRoyalty #RevengeBody #FuckFatphobia #LGBTQ #sexpositive #selfcare #FatisnotaViolation #Fatfemme #BodyPosi

    #Repost @fiercefatfemme
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    First up: NOT EVERYONE WANTS TO OR ENJOYS HAVING SEX. And that is okay. Being sex positive to me means that no one should shame any persons sexual experiences including traumas and not wanting to engage in any sexual activities. •

    Fat people are often left out of the conversation of sex. We are either hyposexualized, meaning that people divorce sex or sexuality from our bodies, or we are hypersexualized and used as a fetish or seen as purely objects. Antifat rhetoric forces itself into our bedrooms by telling us to turn the lights off, hide the belly, only engage in positions that make you look smaller or more “flattering,” keep the shirt on, and make sure everything you do is for the pleasure of someone else. •

    It is okay to have moments in which you want to abide by antifat rhetoric because it is impossible to always remain Fat positive. What I encourage is for all of us to try advocating for ourselves and our bodies in our next sexual engagement. Ask yourself why you want the lights off. Tell your sexual partner(s) to touch and grab your belly instead of ignoring it as if it’s not there. Get into positions that feel good for your accessibility. Let your fat do what it wants instead of controlling it. •

    What happens when you stop trying to be attractive? When you stop worrying about shrinking yourself? When you stop positioning yourself in ways that hurt but may appease the white, thin, cis, able-bodies, masculine gaze? What happens when you listen to what you want rather than what society tells you to want? What would your sex look like? How would you feel? Pleasure is an amazing thing, stop telling yourself you don’t deserve pleasure. • [image reads: Don’t shrink yourself during sex. Be fat. Be loud. Take up space.]
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    #FatandFree #PlusSize #fatliberation #FatPositive #plussizeootd #PlusSizeBeauty #CelebrateMySize #Fatshion #Queer #FatGirlFlowFam #LoseHateNotWeight #GoldenConfidence #LoveYourself #Whatfatgirlsactumallywear #VBO #VisiblyPlus #AlternativeCurves #BodyPositivity #FatGirlsCan #Selflove #FatGirlRoyalty #RevengeBody #FuckFatphobia #LGBTQ #sexpositive #selfcare #FatisnotaViolation #Fatfemme #BodyPosi

    11 0 23 hours ago
    “I skipped drinks with her tonight because I knew we would only talk about her boyfriend and I would get sidekicked.”
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“Sure let’s go shopping - but I’m really not in the mood to be sidekicked, so can we go somewhere that also carries plus sizes?”
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Most of the time this is unintentional - but the fact remains that it’s boring and insulting to be treated like a sidekick: existing to hear all about love lives with the labor never being reciprocated, existing to be maternalized and dole out wise counsel, existing to shop for friend’s needs and sizes only. In a world designed to center thin bodies, giving your fat friends equal spotlight, equal counsel
& equal support may not come instinctively. But that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve it. Make sure you earn your friendships with the fat people in your lives - they have almost certainly already earned yours.

    “I skipped drinks with her tonight because I knew we would only talk about her boyfriend and I would get sidekicked.”

    “Sure let’s go shopping - but I’m really not in the mood to be sidekicked, so can we go somewhere that also carries plus sizes?”

    Most of the time this is unintentional - but the fact remains that it’s boring and insulting to be treated like a sidekick: existing to hear all about love lives with the labor never being reciprocated, existing to be maternalized and dole out wise counsel, existing to shop for friend’s needs and sizes only. In a world designed to center thin bodies, giving your fat friends equal spotlight, equal counsel
    & equal support may not come instinctively. But that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve it. Make sure you earn your friendships with the fat people in your lives - they have almost certainly already earned yours.

    575 20 21 May, 2019
    a very wise and wildly insightful person said that, much like giving birth, every contraction in life gives way to expansion. feeling so grateful for folks like @tealeigh today, who provide perspective and clarity amongst the chaos 🖤

    a very wise and wildly insightful person said that, much like giving birth, every contraction in life gives way to expansion. feeling so grateful for folks like @tealeigh today, who provide perspective and clarity amongst the chaos 🖤

    77 4 21 May, 2019
    My favorite pin on this jacket is a tie between the red book on the collar that says “read a fucking book.” And obviously the big floral one that just says “fuck you” but in super pretty letters 😂 Fun Fact: I actually very rarely cuss but I love things that are super cute and feminine and that telling people to fuck off 😂🤷🏻‍♀️ Tell me a fun fact about yourself in the comments

    My favorite pin on this jacket is a tie between the red book on the collar that says “read a fucking book.” And obviously the big floral one that just says “fuck you” but in super pretty letters 😂 Fun Fact: I actually very rarely cuss but I love things that are super cute and feminine and that telling people to fuck off 😂🤷🏻‍♀️ Tell me a fun fact about yourself in the comments

    29 5 20 May, 2019
    While I often forget I even have tattoos (honestly, people will ask me what my tattoos mean and it will literally take me a few seconds to realize what they are even talking about), all three of mine have a lot of important meaning behind them. ⁣
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After being diagnosed with fibromyalgia and finding out I needed to have surgery to put a stent in my brain, I decided I wanted to get a tattoo as a reminder that as hard as this time was in my life, I would get through it. One of my all time favourite quotes is ‘This Too Shall Pass’. It has so much meaning when it comes to my life. I often find myself completely overwhelmed by uncontrollable circumstances, and this quote (which I chose to have written in Hebrew on my right wrist) is an important reminder that I will get through the hard times no matter what. ⁣
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Anyone who has a tattoo will most likely tell you, they are addicting! After getting my first one, I almost immediately wanted more and started thinking about other meaningful quotes or messages I could have tattooed on my wrists. The first one I chose  was ‘Just Breathe’ a reminder that when anxiety hits (as it so often does for me), I need to take some time to regulate and work on my breathing. ⁣
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My third tattoo was actually inspired by @taylorswift lyrics. ‘Don’t you worry your pretty little mind, people throw rocks at things that shine’ is for me, an incredibly important reminder not to worry what other people think or have to say about you. When you are happy or doing well in life, there will always be people who want to try and bring you down, but it is important to keep your head up and remember who you are. ⁣
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Do you have any tattoos? If so, what is the meaning behind them? If not, would you consider getting any? What would you want to get? Be sure to let me know in the comments. .
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Sweater: @elaralunacurve 
Earrings: @baublebar .
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#tattoos #tattoo #tattooideas #taylorswift #swifties #biggirlbiglife #plussize #plussizemodel #plussizeonfluencer #bodypositivewarrior #plussizefashion #everybodydeserveslove #effyourbeautystandards #standuptobeautystandards #unapologeticcurves #tcfstyle #womenwithcurves #fatgirlflowfam #psootd #curvy_chronicles

    While I often forget I even have tattoos (honestly, people will ask me what my tattoos mean and it will literally take me a few seconds to realize what they are even talking about), all three of mine have a lot of important meaning behind them. ⁣
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    After being diagnosed with fibromyalgia and finding out I needed to have surgery to put a stent in my brain, I decided I wanted to get a tattoo as a reminder that as hard as this time was in my life, I would get through it. One of my all time favourite quotes is ‘This Too Shall Pass’. It has so much meaning when it comes to my life. I often find myself completely overwhelmed by uncontrollable circumstances, and this quote (which I chose to have written in Hebrew on my right wrist) is an important reminder that I will get through the hard times no matter what. ⁣
    *⁣
    Anyone who has a tattoo will most likely tell you, they are addicting! After getting my first one, I almost immediately wanted more and started thinking about other meaningful quotes or messages I could have tattooed on my wrists. The first one I chose was ‘Just Breathe’ a reminder that when anxiety hits (as it so often does for me), I need to take some time to regulate and work on my breathing. ⁣
    *⁣
    My third tattoo was actually inspired by @taylorswift lyrics. ‘Don’t you worry your pretty little mind, people throw rocks at things that shine’ is for me, an incredibly important reminder not to worry what other people think or have to say about you. When you are happy or doing well in life, there will always be people who want to try and bring you down, but it is important to keep your head up and remember who you are. ⁣
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    Do you have any tattoos? If so, what is the meaning behind them? If not, would you consider getting any? What would you want to get? Be sure to let me know in the comments. .
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    Sweater: @elaralunacurve
    Earrings: @baublebar .
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    #tattoos #tattoo #tattooideas #taylorswift #swifties #biggirlbiglife #plussize #plussizemodel #plussizeonfluencer #bodypositivewarrior #plussizefashion #everybodydeserveslove #effyourbeautystandards #standuptobeautystandards #unapologeticcurves #tcfstyle #womenwithcurves #fatgirlflowfam #psootd #curvy_chronicles

    146 54 20 May, 2019
    Who else loves to laugh? 😬
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📸: @lovlycurves

    Who else loves to laugh? 😬
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    📸: @lovlycurves

    157 7 20 May, 2019

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