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@leotanewyork has become one of my favorite brands. This maxi dress is gorgeous and I love that I can try the brand via @gwynniebee before buying. I'm wearing a size 4L in this dress and it will be available up to a 5L (their equivalent of a size 5X). I need this dress in my life. #lookingfly #feelingfancy #feelingpretty #maxidress #plussizefashion #leotanewyork #gwynniebee #ShareMeGB #fearlesslyjustme #whatfatgirlsactuallywear #40plusstyle #celebratemysize #tcfstyle #daretowear #slinkmagazine #goldenconfidence #mystylishcurves #fitmodeling #fitmodel
He said, “I bought a dozen of roses. 11 are real and 1 is fake”
Then he said, “I will love you until the last one dies” 🌹🌹🌹🌹😍🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🙈🌹🌹🌹🌹 그는 장미 12송이를 내밀었다 “11개는 생화고 하나는 가짜야”
그리고 그가 말했다. “이 꽃들이 다 죽을 때까지, 널 사랑해”
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User Image theyesinitiative Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:16 AM (UTC)

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Shoutout to all the girls, and boys too! You’re all beautiful, just the way you are, and don’t you forget it!

Society has changed body image for everyone. Many struggle with body image. Talk to your friends and quickly you will find that you are not alone. Listen to them and you will find that they, too, are struggling to have a healthy relationship with their body.
Body shaming is a learned behaviour. Being healthy may not go along with society’s beauty standards, but it is surely more important. Regardless of what the media or anyone else has to say, your opinion of you is the one that counts. Learning to love yourself, and to be confident in who you are is a process.
Think of self-love as a muscle, and use it. Appreciate your body. It works hard. Stare into your reflection, find something you like, and state it out loud. Hang a positive affirmation on your mirror. Your body is a temple. It deserves to be worshipped.

📷 Credit: Samantha Lim
User Image rwnbyrawan Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:12 AM (UTC)

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User Image madeonagenerousplan Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:08 AM (UTC)

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If you identify as plus-sized, "obese", "overweight", thick, curvy, fluffy, heavy, big, voluptuous, large, big boned, or any other similar term... I want to introduce you to the power of reclaiming the word FAT.
When we use this word to describe ourselves, we:
👊  Loudly declare that we're not ashamed of our size
👊  Proclaim that this word is now OURS again—and that we're redefining it, and shedding off the many negative connotations it has gathered through the decades
👊  Demonstrate that we're political, and that we believe people in all bodies are worthy and amazing
👊  Free ourselves from the pathologization of the "o" words ("obesity" and "overweight")—that declare us diseased simply because of our size
I know that this word may have been used to hurt you in the past. I also know that those wounds might still be fresh, and this word might feel inaccessible. THAT IS PERFECTLY OK. But I like to mention it as a starting point to this work, or at least as something to try out, because I think reclamation can be healing.
What do you think? I'd love to hear your thoughts. Reply below! 👇 And if you want more on this subject, you can check out my video at
User Image yewsuck Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:09 AM (UTC)
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yewsuck 31m ago
Thank you to my beautiful sister @andrealikewhoa for this! @su_ella

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