So, you might be scrolling through Facebook one night and you’ve seen nothing but people telling you what you should and shouldn’t be doing with your body, pages showing you how you should look and diet pages that are telling you that you should change your “gross, ugly” body into a “better” body for Summer.
And that stuff makes you feel like shit. It makes you think “Hey, I should change.” It makes you feel like you’ll be happier if you buy into these diet fads.
You know what you need?
You need a page that doesn’t tell you what to do in regards to your body!
Except to love, accept and appreciate yourself!
Fortunately, I have created such a page :D
It’s only starting out but I haven’t got a huge bunch of followers, but I want to spread the body positivity that we have here on Tumblr, onto Facebook :)
I could use the support on the page and I would love to help make more people feel good about their bodies :)
Check it out, guys :)
Currently in the US, women are fighting for the rights of their own bodies.
Tired of the fact anyone and everyone can have a say on them and what they do with them.
This is wrong, a woman’s body is her own business.
So tell me, anonymous;
Why do you think you have a right to pass judgement on any of the women I feature on Gentlemen Prefer Curves? You want us all to know that, because they are bigger ladies, that they are unhealthy and aesthetically unpleasing? You are doing exactly what the Government is doing to these poor women in the states.
But you are doing it for yourself, for your own personal gain, to make your insecurities feel better by putting down others because they are different.
You have absolutely no right to tell me or my followers what we should be doing with our bodies because it’s absolutely none of your business. Concern yourself with your own body.
Spare us your attempts to “look out for our health”, we are perfectly capable of doing that ourselves.
If we want to eat nothing but steak for the rest of our lives, that’s our business and it has nothing to do with you.
You don’t know our lifestyles, you just see our pictures and assume that, because we are bigger, that we are these wildly lazy, unhealthy, overweight women who cannot control our eating habits.
Don’t pretend you know what’s good for anyone, concern yourself with yourself.
Leave your body hatred at the door, folks.
Why is being thin the “perfect” body ideal? Why is it “Lose five kilos by Friday!” And not “Learn to love your body in a week!”
I made another body love blog :D But this time it’s for everyone! Men, women, LGBT, black, white, tall, short, chubby, slender and everything else! It’s about loving your body as it is and loving yourself for who you are :) I would really love to get some of you guys on there, submissions are open too, so if you’re keen, drop by!
- Does not make me any less beautiful than a thinner person.
- Does not mean you can tell me what I should and should not be eating.
- Does not mean I will never find love.
- Does not mean I am unhealthy or obese.
- Does not mean I am lazy.
- Does not mean I am unattractive or ugly.
- Does not mean I need your pity.
- Does not mean I am Anorexic or Bulimic.
- Does not mean I more/less beautiful than someone bigger than me.
- Does not mean I should be a model.
- Does not mean I hit the gym everyday.
- Does not mean I want to rape you.
- Does not mean I am a pig.
- Does not mean I am incapable of feeling.
- Does not mean I will hurt you.
- Does not mean I am sexist.
- Does not mean I am like all the “other guys”.
- Does not mean I want to control your life.
- Does not mean all I want is sex.
- Does not mean I think all women are objects and sluts.
- Does not mean I am a bitch.
- Does not mean I aim to please all men.
- Does not mean I “fake smiles”.
- Does not mean I like girly things.
- Does not mean I am weak.
- Does not mean I am a feminist.
- Does not mean I want to get married and have children.
- Does not mean I am eager for male attention.
- Does not mean I am a drama queen.