Answers to Anons | Trigger Warning: diet talk, eating disorders, self hate, etc.
Answer: Wow, I’m glad that this blog has been a part of your journey to self-acceptance and recovery. Sometimes it can be hard, but I think you’re definitely on the right track.
Answer: I’m sorrrryyy! Please forgive me. My internship is very exhausting but I have more time, so I’ll be on everyday.
Answer: Honestly, there’s no right or wrong way to define yourself. Whatever you label yourself, own it. You can be a powerful fat femme. Because being a powerful, fat femme is something that is so inclusive. It’s inclusive to many forms of expression and looks.
Answer: I know that shit had to hurt, yo. I wish I could take that experience away from you. Just know that you’re not responsible for the ignorance of others. No offense, but your uncle is a complete fucking asshole. No, you know what? Full offense to your uncle. You are a being with worth and value and he should treat you as such.
Answer: Lol did you read this as you typed it? You are probably one of the most illogical anons I’ve ever received. Your “argument” is so incomprehensible, I find it hard to even form an answer lol. Society IS the problem because members of society demonize and shame bodies. It’s actually that simple. Shut the fuck up, yo.
Answer: Try to remember all those things that made you love your body before. Erase all the negative shit from your mind and your life. Bodies are fluid and come in many shapes and sizes. Yours is unique and beautiful. If you don’t let the negative shit go, you’ll never be happy. And you’re doing yourself a disservice. Your boyfriend as well. Remember what RuPaul says, “If you can’t love yourself, then how the hell can you love somebody else?”
Answer: You should never be made to feel bad for being you. I’m glad that you’ve found some sort of inspiration to remind you to love yourself.
Answer: I’m glad this blog is of help. I wish you well on your way to self acceptance :)
This blog is for people of all sizes, so of course you can.
Answer: No need to apologize! I’m glad you understand the intent behind this blog.
Answer: I completely agree. That’s why I created this blog. I made this blog inclusive to all sizes, races, genders, non-genders because we all have problems with our bodies.
Answer: Of course you can :)
DF is coming back!
I hope you guys have been having an amazing summer. I’m super sorry that I haven’t been on in almost a month. I started a communications internship that has me super busy and always tired. Which is no excuse to neglect you. I’m very sorry and hope you all will forgive me. Later today, I’ll be:
- Posting Fatspirations
- Posting your submissions
- Answering your questions
I’m ready to get this blog up and running again. I’ll be insanely happy if I still have all of your support. Again, thank you.
Shared Story: Healthy
Submitted by argiopeaurantia!
I’m a healthy 180~ lbs.
Some would say that having a 32” waist means that I’m a
waste. Some would say I’m abnormal, lazy, gluttonous, and a gelatinous mass that isn’t worth being called beautiful.
To those I would like to say that I love my body more than they can ever love theirs. I take care of myself and give my body what it desires and have never been in better shape in my life, even if it is round.
Every stretch mark, every little vein, every dimple is loved.
My body is my temple and I treat it as such: lavishly, extravagantly, and with great respect.