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Our Mixed Weight Relationship – An Interview With My Partner Of 10 Years

Something I've always felt there's a real lack of is interviews with thin men who love fat women. These men are given nicknames like, "chubby chaser" and told their physical and sexual preferences are just fetishes, but the reality is that loving a fat woman doesn't require you to be anything other than a person… Continue reading Our Mixed Weight Relationship – An Interview With My Partner Of 10 Years

body positivity, Feminism, Opinion

Dear Fat Girl

Dear Fat Girl, I love your Instagram selfies, tee shirts and panties, thick thighs, and round bellies, dirty bathroom mirror with the flash turned on, looking at the screen because you're feeling yourself. Yes. I love them. I love your Facebook profile photo with your summer skin showing, fat arms out in sleeveless shirts, raised… Continue reading Dear Fat Girl

body positivity, Opinion, Southern

To The Guy Who Liked Me: I’m Sorry For Calling You Fat

I don't remember your name. Which, in and of itself, makes me feel terrible. I remember you were tall. I remember you had blond hair. And I remember you liked me. You really, really liked me. You were mutual friends with people I wasn't really friends with myself, but on a few occasions we found… Continue reading To The Guy Who Liked Me: I’m Sorry For Calling You Fat

body positivity, Opinion

We Need To Talk About Body Positive Clickbait

There's a trend. It's been a trend for a while. It's a trend I myself have dabbled in. Incessant Body Positive clickbaiting and ranting. Divisiveness is a powerful tool. There are hundreds of thousands of content creators who use their platform to bring about division amongst people because arguing humans means more clicks, more comments,… Continue reading We Need To Talk About Body Positive Clickbait

body positivity, Feminism, Mental Health, Opinion, Thirties, weight loss

Why You Will Never Make Me Hate My Body Again

WARNING : This post contains information about my past eating disorder and may be triggering to some people. Please click away now if this subject matter is not something you want/need to see. I have always been "thicc". As a teenager I had wide hips, thick thighs, an ample booty, and a small waist. This… Continue reading Why You Will Never Make Me Hate My Body Again

Feminism, Mental Health, Opinion, Thirties

Nude

I want to take my clothes off. I want to feel the sun and the breeze touching every part of me. I want it to wrap its tendrils through my pubic hair, caress my thighs, and kiss my breasts. Not because they are sexual, and not for any form of sexual gratification, but because I… Continue reading Nude

body positivity, Fashion, Feminism, Makeup, Opinion, Thirties

Non Airbrushed MeΒ 

When I got the email that I'd been accepted as an Ambassador for the orginazation, Non Airbrushed Me, I was ecstatic. Being open and vulnerable about my physical and mental health and my journey to love this body has been the basis of my blogging endeavors this past *almost* year. Through the body positivity community I've… Continue reading Non Airbrushed MeΒ 

Opinion, Thirties

Pretty Privilege & Why I’m Glad I’m Fat

The first time I read the words, "pretty privilege" I knew exactly what it was. It was the reason notes from boys were never passed to me, but through me to the pretty girl next to me in class. It was the reason I was never asked to prom or homecoming and the reason I… Continue reading Pretty Privilege & Why I’m Glad I’m Fat