-your Smile is Priceless-

Well there’s not enough antacids in the world right now to calm my Asshole of a stomach.

Well there’s not enough antacids in the world right now to calm my Asshole of a stomach.

I can’t believe what my eyes just read. “Bisexuality is not real, you’re just stupid”. Paraphrased. Wow. Just wow at the massive amount of ignorance in that statement. Bisexuality is every bit as real as being gay or straight. Shame on everyone who thinks this way. You all need a reality check.

thesylverlining:

dave-youfool:

dylanthescientist:

princetanaka:

just a small town girl. Living in a racist, insensitive, sexist, homophobic world,

(cant take the midnight train ‘cause im fuckin scared)

Just a city boy, shot by cops in south Detroit
"He coulda had a gun hiding anywhere"

Bullshit, racists,
Up and down the boulevard
Trash cops, assholes in the night
(it goes on and on and on and on)

(Source: princetanaka, via shingeki-no-nezushi)

I went to therapy today and she really pushed me. I needed it. She told me I show anorexic signs as well as schizophrenic ones. I have a few mental diagnoses I don’t want anymore.. but we are facing my problems and illnesses head on and I feel good. Started keep a food and liquid journal so I can assure myself and keep eating healthy. It’s so hard to fight myself everyday.. never mind the physical illnesses. I’m thankful to have the support of her, friends, and the tumblr community. Thank you all ♡

Thank you dear followers for helping me through hard times ♡

Thank you dear followers for helping me through hard times ♡

daybeams:

If you were ever a girl that people whispered about and laughed at as you walked by…. That feeling never goes away. You’re suspicious of everyone around you having a good time, thinking it’s at your expense.

(via take-a-deep-breath-and-jump)

“She sees beauty in everything but herself.”
— (via pressing)

(Source: pressing, via diamonds-and-bullets)

“I’ve been through a lot, I deserve a lot.”
— Ab Soul   (via brntsienna)

(Source: laudableloser, via eatsleeep-repeat)

“A thousand moments that I had just taken for granted- mostly because I had assumed that there would be a thousand more.”
Morgan MatsonSecond Chance Summer (via minto-the-pieknight)

(Source: hellyeahitsrandom, via eatsleeep-repeat)

the-exercist:

sweet—-inspiration:

the-exercist:

sweetthinspiration:

2014 in a nutshell

Just say “no” to pants that are too small for you. Really, why are you trying to squeeze into clothes that you can’t button? Just go up a size and you’ll be much more comfortable and happy with your overall appearance.
Just say “no” to starvation and denying yourself in the name of health and beauty. You need to eat and you deserve to enjoy what you’re eating. Food isn’t something that you should ever feel guilty about. If you want to nom, then go ahead and nom. You kinda-sorta-really need to nom in order to stay alive.
Just say “no” to living your life according to the tape measure. You are worth more than a number on that silly little piece of plastic - It’s going to fluctuate from day to day anyway. That tape doesn’t measure your value as a person, your importance, your abilities or your health. If it makes you feel bad or inadequate, why even have it? Throw that thing out. 
Just say “no” to judging your health according to your appearance. You can be incredibly active while staying fat and maintaining a healthy balanced diet, while you can be “fit” while staying a couch potato who keeps Pizza Hut on speed dial. Your body shape is not a determinant of how fit you are. Remember that weight loss and fat loss are not inherently good things. Just because you may be getting thinner does not mean that you’re getting healthier or better as a person.  
Just say “no” to using fat bodies as an illustration of something that people should be ashamed of or want to avoid. A fat body is not something that needs to be fixed. Fat is lovely, fat is natural, fat is part of who many people are. It’s perfectly fine to want to keep your chub and to appreciate it’s value, just like it’s fine to have none and love your thin limbs. Painting any body in a negative light does not make people healthier or happier, it just damages us.
And most importantly: Just say “no” to memes, thinspo and fitspo ideals that promote not eating as something positive and worthwhile. You can nom and still be a lovely, healthy person, while you can say no and suffer from a whole multitude of health problems. Your life and your health are multi-faceted, so don’t reduce them to quick little slogans like this. 

Just say “no” to going against what you know in your heart to be true by justifying your fatness under a cloak of moral superiority.
When I made this “meme”, if you want to call it that, I was in the midst of a euphoric change in who I was, from identifying as a failure to identifying with the Real Me, someone who is slender, beautiful, and able to make positive, healthful choices instead of surrendering to the allure of short-term, harmful pleasures.  I didn’t take it to extremes, and my doctor was thrilled with the changes I made.  As am I. 

I want my readers to take this in, because this right here is the heart of thinspo: 
Thinspo tells you shouldn’t be enjoying the food you need to eat every day. You have no value beyond that which a tape measure can calculate. Your health should be judged based on overall appearance. You need to say “no” to eating in order to be worthwhile.
All because thinspo sees fat bodies as things that need to be justified. All because thinspo people are offended by the concept of you actually loving yourself. 
So I genuinely have to ask, Alyssa: Why is it that you can actively support disordered eating patterns and fatphobic thinking because it has personally made you feel better, but the body positive community can’t give support to all bodies because it makes us feel better? Why is it okay for you to publish a guidebook for weight loss, but we need to justify our choice to maintain weight? 
When you are framing thinness as beautiful, healthy, positive and euphoric, and yet framing fatness as harmful and anti, why it is the body positive community that’s supposedly hiding under moral superiority?
And if you want people to experience the same euphoria that you are, why wouldn’t you support everyone’s right and ability to reach their own conclusions about what makes them valuable as a person? Don’t they each know their individual Real Me better than you would? Is someone else’s Real Me something that you can really define for them? 

the-exercist:

sweet—-inspiration:

the-exercist:

sweetthinspiration:

2014 in a nutshell

Just say “no” to pants that are too small for you. Really, why are you trying to squeeze into clothes that you can’t button? Just go up a size and you’ll be much more comfortable and happy with your overall appearance.

Just say “no” to starvation and denying yourself in the name of health and beauty. You need to eat and you deserve to enjoy what you’re eating. Food isn’t something that you should ever feel guilty about. If you want to nom, then go ahead and nom. You kinda-sorta-really need to nom in order to stay alive.

Just say “no” to living your life according to the tape measure. You are worth more than a number on that silly little piece of plastic - It’s going to fluctuate from day to day anyway. That tape doesn’t measure your value as a person, your importance, your abilities or your health. If it makes you feel bad or inadequate, why even have it? Throw that thing out. 

Just say “no” to judging your health according to your appearance. You can be incredibly active while staying fat and maintaining a healthy balanced diet, while you can be “fit” while staying a couch potato who keeps Pizza Hut on speed dial. Your body shape is not a determinant of how fit you are. Remember that weight loss and fat loss are not inherently good things. Just because you may be getting thinner does not mean that you’re getting healthier or better as a person.  

Just say “no” to using fat bodies as an illustration of something that people should be ashamed of or want to avoid. A fat body is not something that needs to be fixed. Fat is lovely, fat is natural, fat is part of who many people are. It’s perfectly fine to want to keep your chub and to appreciate it’s value, just like it’s fine to have none and love your thin limbs. Painting any body in a negative light does not make people healthier or happier, it just damages us.

And most importantly: Just say “no” to memes, thinspo and fitspo ideals that promote not eating as something positive and worthwhile. You can nom and still be a lovely, healthy person, while you can say no and suffer from a whole multitude of health problems. Your life and your health are multi-faceted, so don’t reduce them to quick little slogans like this. 

Just say “no” to going against what you know in your heart to be true by justifying your fatness under a cloak of moral superiority.

When I made this “meme”, if you want to call it that, I was in the midst of a euphoric change in who I was, from identifying as a failure to identifying with the Real Me, someone who is slender, beautiful, and able to make positive, healthful choices instead of surrendering to the allure of short-term, harmful pleasures.  I didn’t take it to extremes, and my doctor was thrilled with the changes I made.  As am I. 

I want my readers to take this in, because this right here is the heart of thinspo: 

Thinspo tells you shouldn’t be enjoying the food you need to eat every day. You have no value beyond that which a tape measure can calculate. Your health should be judged based on overall appearance. You need to say “no” to eating in order to be worthwhile.

All because thinspo sees fat bodies as things that need to be justified. All because thinspo people are offended by the concept of you actually loving yourself. 

So I genuinely have to ask, Alyssa: Why is it that you can actively support disordered eating patterns and fatphobic thinking because it has personally made you feel better, but the body positive community can’t give support to all bodies because it makes us feel better? Why is it okay for you to publish a guidebook for weight loss, but we need to justify our choice to maintain weight? 

When you are framing thinness as beautiful, healthy, positive and euphoric, and yet framing fatness as harmful and anti, why it is the body positive community that’s supposedly hiding under moral superiority?

And if you want people to experience the same euphoria that you are, why wouldn’t you support everyone’s right and ability to reach their own conclusions about what makes them valuable as a person? Don’t they each know their individual Real Me better than you would? Is someone else’s Real Me something that you can really define for them? 

(via afattieandhercats)

marshmallowfluffwoman:

Normalize fat women’s bodies. Normalize public breastfeeding. Normalize home births and midwives and reproductive autonomy. Normalize body hair on women.
Reject the notion that women are to be regulated and controlled and pressured to conform to societal standards.

(via chronically-cute)