I don’t have a thigh gap
I don’t have huge boobs
I am a little chubbers around the thighs
I’m a little chubbers around the arms
I don’t have a very petite face
I look like a pear when I wear pants
I like wearing pants
I also like wearing these sort of get ups for kicks
But you know what that amounts to? I am confident about who I am - I am confident about my body - and no matter what fashion choices I or any other girl/woman chooses to pursue, I believe that is their fuckin’ choice and it still commands the same respect you’d give to anyone who matters.
I’m a little tired of people judging women for who they are based on how they look. I mean - who isn’t. If that chick is a bitch on the inside sure I mean - then there’s a bitch, but I’ono, lately I’ve been seeing people get judged by who they are on the outside be it when I’m scrollin’ through Facebook and Twitter or reading stories of other people’s experiences.
This has to stop yo - from both parties. People got to have to stop looking only on what’s on the outside and people have to start loving themselves. You wanna cosplay a character but think you a little too chubbers? If you personally feel that you ARE too chubbers and don’t want too, then that’s fine and a respectable decision, but if you don’t because you’re AFRAID that people gonna think you’re a fookup, then that ain’t right! It’s your body, be confident about it! There’s a THICK line between choosing what you want to do with your body (dieting, gaining weight, getting body mods, dressing up) because you WANT TO and because you THINK YOU HAVE TO.
I guess it can be hard, after all, we are biologically hardwired to see the surface first (please, don’t deny that) but society has warped that evolutionary instinct to include hate, discrimination, and bullying. I’ll admit that I’ve never been bullied about how I look before because I never counted those hurtful comments as bullying. Honestly! Why do other people’s opinion of how I look matter - shouldn’t I be focusing on comments that people make regarding who I am on the inside?
(Comments relating to who I am on the inside based on how I look - obviously, are not included.)
Love yourself, love how you look, love your chubbers, love your moles, love your stretchy marks, love your weird crookedy teeth or whatever - because they clothe a very unique person on the inside.