Cassi. 21. Female. Chubster and body positive. Sherlockian.

im a p cool dude i guess

24th July 2014

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back-that-sass-up:

spyduck:

rupindah:

i’m all for boys wearing makeup mostly because if more of them got into it there’d be a bigger market and it wouldn’t cost $25 for an eyeshadow primer anymore

i can’t wait to go into the makeup aisle to get the latest man-color of guyshadow that comes in containers shaped like bullets and footballs

"Bruh I just went to sephora and got the sickest shade of eyeshadow"
"Sick dude what’s it called"
"Monster truck gas fumes"
"Niiiiiiiice"

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24th July 2014

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mariahcareys:

when you’ve been swimming and water is in your ear

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24th July 2014

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24th July 2014

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autisticlynx:

when privileged groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “basic human decency”

when oppressed groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “social justice”

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24th July 2014

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tastefullyoffensive:

[aaragon]

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24th July 2014

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politicalsexkitten:

Don’t date anyone who’s intimidated by feminism.

Don’t date anyone who thinks it’s a threat to men and masculinity.

Love yourself. Don’t settle for a piece of shit.

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24th July 2014

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chubby-bunnies:

Another bathing suit selfie~ Feeling good about myself today. Size 22 US Maybe its time for a little back story now that Ive submitted a few times. Potential TW just to let you know.I’ve been a big girl all my life ever since I was 5. It’s not that I even eat all that much, its just that I’ve never been able to lost the weight. I would even just not eat for days and nothing would change. People picked on me relentlessly my entire life. I was never a mean spirited kid. I always felt like if I wanted to be treated well then thats what I should do to other people. It hurt when people were mean to me, so I could never force those feeling on another person, which ended up being not so good. I refused to get into fights out of fear of hurting the other person or getting in trouble with teachers, so I just took the torment. It was so bad it actually has given me an extreme case of self loathing and anxiety.I cant walk down the street or anywhere without constantly worrying about how I look to other people. I feel like everyone thinks that Im just a big nasty fat blob of fat and nothing else. That all they see is a tummy flap and a double chin. Its so bad that I feel like my friends and boyfriend just put up with me and dont actually like me. He tries to tell me Im beautiful and he loves me, its just all this doubt inside me created by other people keeps me from 100% believing it. I will never be able to accept that somebody might actually find me nice or attractive. Whats worse is when you hear the things people say that they dont want you to hear. I found out my boss told my boyfriend he would give me more hours if I wore more makeup. Because of that I now feel like I can not look pretty without it.Its hard being in this skin sometimes. I love art and drawing (my deviantart is ofthevirtus.deviantart.com )and Im fairly good at it. I wish people would talk more about that about me than the fact that Im over weight. Thanks to this blog, however, I find it easier to get up in the morning. Its amazing to see the amount of notes my photos got and the kind messages people sent me. It makes me feel accepted… So thank you chubby-bunnies and all the other beautiful bunnies(big or small) that support people brave enough to post on here. 

chubby-bunnies:

Another bathing suit selfie~ Feeling good about myself today. Size 22 US 

Maybe its time for a little back story now that Ive submitted a few times.

Potential TW just to let you know.

I’ve been a big girl all my life ever since I was 5. It’s not that I even eat all that much, its just that I’ve never been able to lost the weight. I would even just not eat for days and nothing would change. People picked on me relentlessly my entire life. I was never a mean spirited kid. I always felt like if I wanted to be treated well then thats what I should do to other people. It hurt when people were mean to me, so I could never force those feeling on another person, which ended up being not so good. I refused to get into fights out of fear of hurting the other person or getting in trouble with teachers, so I just took the torment. It was so bad it actually has given me an extreme case of self loathing and anxiety.

I cant walk down the street or anywhere without constantly worrying about how I look to other people. I feel like everyone thinks that Im just a big nasty fat blob of fat and nothing else. That all they see is a tummy flap and a double chin. Its so bad that I feel like my friends and boyfriend just put up with me and dont actually like me. He tries to tell me Im beautiful and he loves me, its just all this doubt inside me created by other people keeps me from 100% believing it. I will never be able to accept that somebody might actually find me nice or attractive. 

Whats worse is when you hear the things people say that they dont want you to hear. I found out my boss told my boyfriend he would give me more hours if I wore more makeup. Because of that I now feel like I can not look pretty without it.

Its hard being in this skin sometimes. I love art and drawing (my deviantart is ofthevirtus.deviantart.com )and Im fairly good at it. I wish people would talk more about that about me than the fact that Im over weight. 

Thanks to this blog, however, I find it easier to get up in the morning. Its amazing to see the amount of notes my photos got and the kind messages people sent me. It makes me feel accepted… So thank you chubby-bunnies and all the other beautiful bunnies(big or small) that support people brave enough to post on here. 

Tagged: !!!!!FRIENDSCANDICEFOLLOW HER

24th July 2014

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lonelyflorist:

cryingoverswarto:

She’s so much more than that drunk girl on the internet. 

I  may or may not have started crying halfway through this.

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23rd July 2014

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chubby-bunnies:

Submitting another outfit that I’m particularly proud of/fond of~
My favorite thing to do is create modern looks with vintage feeling pieces to them. I especially love things that emphasize the waist (waist belts are my ultimate go to accessory). I wanted to share this one, too, to help others find a little fashion inspiration as a lot of these lovely people on here have helped me a time or two~
I’m a US 12/14/16 (it really depends on the day, brand, style etc etc).

chubby-bunnies:

Submitting another outfit that I’m particularly proud of/fond of~

My favorite thing to do is create modern looks with vintage feeling pieces to them. I especially love things that emphasize the waist (waist belts are my ultimate go to accessory). I wanted to share this one, too, to help others find a little fashion inspiration as a lot of these lovely people on here have helped me a time or two~

I’m a US 12/14/16 (it really depends on the day, brand, style etc etc).

23rd July 2014

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As women, when we’re children we’re taught to enter the world with big hearts. Blooming hearts. Hearts bigger than our damn fists. We are taught to forgive - constantly - as opposed to what young boys are taught: Revenge, to get ‘even.’ Our empathy is constantly made appeals to, often demanded for. If we refuse to show kindness, we are reprimanded. We are not good women if we do not crush our bones to make more space for the world, if we do not spread our entire skin over rocks for others to tread on, if we do not kill ourselves in every meaning of the word in the process of making it cozy for everyone else. It is the heat generated by the burning of our bodies with which the world keeps warm. We are taught to sacrifice so much for so little. This is the general principle all over the world.

By the time we are young women, we are tired. Most of us are drained. Some of us enter a lock of silence because of that lethargy. Some of us lash out. When I think of that big, blooming heart we once had, it looks shriveled and worn out now. When I was teaching, I had a young student named Mariam. She was only 11 years old. Some boy pushed her around in class, called her names, broke her spirit for the day. We were sitting under a chestnut tree on a field trip and she asked me if a boy ever hurt me. I told her many did and I destroyed them one by one. I think that’s the first time she ever heard the word ‘destroyed.’ We rarely teach our girls to fight back for the right reasons.

Take up more space as a woman. Take up more time. Take your time. You are taught to hide, censor, move about without messing up decorum for a man’s comfort. Whether it’s said or not, you’re taught balance. Forget that. Displease. Disappoint. Destroy. Be loud, be righteous, be messy. Mess up and it’s fine – you are learning to unlearn. Do not see yourself like glass. Like you could get dirty and clean. You are flesh. You are not constant. You change. Society teaches women to maintain balance and that robs us of our volatility. Our mercurial hearts. Calm and chaos. Love only when needed; preserve otherwise.

Do not be a moth near the light; be the light itself. Do not let a man’s ocean-big ego swallow you up. Know what you want. Ask yourself first. Decide your own pace. Decide your own path. Be cruel when needed. Be gentle only when needed. Collapse and then re-construct. When someone says you are being obscene, say yes I am. When they say you are being wrong, say yes I am. When they say you are being selfish, say yes I am. Why shouldn’t I be? How do you expect a woman to stand on her two feet if you keep striking her at the ankles.

There are multiple lessons we must teach our young girls so that they render themselves their own pillars instead of keeping male approval as the focal point of their lives. It is so important to state your feelings of inconvenience as a woman. We are instructed to tailor ourselves and our discomfort - constantly told that we are ‘whining’ and ‘nagging’ and ‘complaining too much.’ That kind of silence is horribly violent, that kind of insistence upon uniformly nodding in agreement to your own despair, and smiling emptily so no man is ever uncomfortable around us. Male-entitlement dictates a woman’s silence. If we could see the mimetic model of the erasure of a woman’s voice, it would be an incredibly bloody sight.

On a breezy July night, my mother and I were sleeping under the open sky. Before dozing off, I told her that I think there is a special place in heaven where all wounded women bury their broken hearts and their hearts grow into trees that only give fruit to the good and poison to the bad. She smiled and said Ameen. Then she closed her eyes.

A Woman of War by Mehreen Kasana (via randomactsofchaos)

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23rd July 2014

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When men say that they “love to see the woman underneath the makeup,” they’re not saying they want to see your leg stubble and greasy bangs—they’re saying they want you to be better at hiding your maintenance routine. Because the maintenance spoils the fantasy.
— Lindy West (via lavenderlabia)

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23rd July 2014

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chubby-bunnies:

I deleted my account before because of the mean messages I was getting.But I’m not going to hide anymore. I’m beautiful no matter what. And I deserve to be here as much as everyone else does.You are all beautiful  lovely ladies <3

chubby-bunnies:

I deleted my account before because of the mean messages I was getting.
But I’m not going to hide anymore. I’m beautiful no matter what. And I deserve to be here as much as everyone else does.
You are all beautiful  lovely ladies <3

23rd July 2014

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I don’t know what asshole invented the idea that teenage girls are the cause for all evil, but I really hope that person never has to raise one. I don’t want him to see her dissolve in his fingers as society tells her to eat less, be thinner, be the damsel in distress, be something for a man to fix, be different but not too different, be special but never ever a special snowflake - I don’t want him to watch as she realizes that no matter what she loves, she’ll be made fun of for it. She can simply like her coffee from Starbucks and suddenly she’s vapid and thinks herself poetic. She’ll want to play video games but be called a fake nerd, particularly if she poses in any remotely flirtatious way because for some reason despite the entire community playing games with poorly dressed women they still hate it when a real girl wears less clothing, she will be seen as trespassing in a specifically male space - but when she falls in love with a female-based television show for children, she’ll watch as men step on themselves to sexualize it. If she wants old-fashion romance she’s seen as being naive but at the same time is told to keep herself ‘pure’ for some dude that might not hurt her. If she admits to being anything, she makes herself a target. She will be told her worth is based on how much a man values her. She might love to cook but she’ll hate being asked to stay in the kitchen, she might love to read but get told she’s too introverted by half the population and ‘not that special’ by the other. If she loves to go out and party, she’s ‘just another college co-ed,’ if she loves to spend her friday nights watching anime, she’s a shut-in. God forbid she be proud of something: the words “I’m different from other girls” are a death sentence because we live in a society that doesn’t want to see women like that, a society that doesn’t like the idea maybe we all are actually different and not carbon copies of each other, maybe we all would like to feel unique and loved and worth knowing - maybe the real problem is that she will be raised to believe being a girl means silicone and photoshop and dying as a way to move forwards a plot - and she doesn’t want to be seen as that. When she says “I’m not like other girls,” she means she’s not like the girls she sees on tv, these invented two-dimensional creatures that say one line and then get chased down by monsters.

She can try all she likes. She’ll be shut down at every single fucking turn. What she doesn’t know is that they’re getting her ready for when she’s grown up because she’ll be so used to being stepped on she’ll just give up. Why respect women when you don’t even respect little girls?

And when she is burning up, when she mentions that her insides are volcanoes and her skin is too thin to contain them: she will be told she is hysterical, that she’s doing it for attention.

I don’t want him to watch as she shuts down, as she learns to live as a paradox, I don’t want him to see her rip herself to shreds in order to be perfect, I don’t want him to realize that there’s no way she’ll get help because she’s only doing what she’s told.

Teenage girls aren’t the downfall of society, society is the downfall of teenage girls. /// r.i.d (via inkskinned)

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23rd July 2014

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metaknighty:

dicksplit:

Straight guy: "Dude, i have a dope idea for a photo"

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23rd July 2014

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