youngfashion-co:

Fashion Bomb Daily - Bombshell of the Day, Lizzy from Texas
youngfashion-co:

Fashion Bomb Daily - Bombshell of the Day, Lizzy from Texas

youngfashion-co:

Fashion Bomb Daily - Bombshell of the Day, Lizzy from Texas

chubby-bunnies:

I’m use to cosplaying princesses, but I suppose I was bound to cosplay a queen  <3  As soon as I saw asieybarbie’s fanart I knew that I had to do her version of Neo Queen Serenity  :)  The costume is done except for the crown, which will be done in time for the convention I’m going to (Anime Detour).

Series:  Sailor Moon

Character:  Neo Queen Serenity

Costume by:  My lovely wifey, SnowTigra

Based on fanart by:  asieybarbie

More of my cosplay can be found here:  Brichibi Cosplays

katiebeth3:

Today was Pippa’s party & it was a dress up theme. So I went with Lottie. :)

  1. Camera: PANTECH P8010
  2. Focal Length: 4mm

mynameisjessamyn:

Day 26 of #backbendmadness2014- #scorpionpose.

I can find a million ways to correct my body in this photo but I’m enjoying the journey too much to care. One day my arms won’t splay, my upper back will bend more fluidly, & my toes will be close enough to kiss. But it’s ok that today is not that day.

#yogafamily #yogabums#yogapractice #yogajournal #yogratitude #yogalove #yoganation #yogaeverydamnday #yogangsters #yoga #fitfluential #feeltheyogahigh #fatyoga #inversions #invertyoself #pinchamayurasana #forearmstand #curvespo #curvygirl #curvyfit #curvyyoga #Aimtrue #honormycurves #honoryourcurves #pspfit #shadesofhealth #effyourbeautystandards

(Source: mynameisjessamyn)

queenieseas:

"I’m 5’8” and over 350lbs. I train for triathlons &amp; compete against myself. I’m a cancer survivor and I love the person that I am. I have always been a big girl and I love surprising people. Let’s squash the stereotype &amp; show the world how beautiful we are! =D
&lt;3 Jess”

queenieseas:

"I’m 5’8” and over 350lbs. I train for triathlons & compete against myself. I’m a cancer survivor and I love the person that I am. I have always been a big girl and I love surprising people. Let’s squash the stereotype & show the world how beautiful we are! =D

<3 Jess

bigfatflea:

Passionate about #plussize clothing for all genders? Share this photo with your friends and spread the word about the #BigFatFlea! More info: bigfatflea.com

 

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  2. Aperture: f/5.6
  3. Exposure: 1/8000th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm
foryoursexualinformation:

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project is a photography project dedicated to showing the multitude of bodies after pregnancy. It does specifically say mother but I am sure they would expand their project to people who are parents that have given birth. The stories behind some of the photos are really sweet and some just get you in the heart.
Enjoy!
foryoursexualinformation:

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project is a photography project dedicated to showing the multitude of bodies after pregnancy. It does specifically say mother but I am sure they would expand their project to people who are parents that have given birth. The stories behind some of the photos are really sweet and some just get you in the heart.
Enjoy!
foryoursexualinformation:

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project is a photography project dedicated to showing the multitude of bodies after pregnancy. It does specifically say mother but I am sure they would expand their project to people who are parents that have given birth. The stories behind some of the photos are really sweet and some just get you in the heart.
Enjoy!
foryoursexualinformation:

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project is a photography project dedicated to showing the multitude of bodies after pregnancy. It does specifically say mother but I am sure they would expand their project to people who are parents that have given birth. The stories behind some of the photos are really sweet and some just get you in the heart.
Enjoy!
foryoursexualinformation:

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project is a photography project dedicated to showing the multitude of bodies after pregnancy. It does specifically say mother but I am sure they would expand their project to people who are parents that have given birth. The stories behind some of the photos are really sweet and some just get you in the heart.
Enjoy!
foryoursexualinformation:

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project is a photography project dedicated to showing the multitude of bodies after pregnancy. It does specifically say mother but I am sure they would expand their project to people who are parents that have given birth. The stories behind some of the photos are really sweet and some just get you in the heart.
Enjoy!

foryoursexualinformation:

The 4th Trimester Bodies Project is a photography project dedicated to showing the multitude of bodies after pregnancy. It does specifically say mother but I am sure they would expand their project to people who are parents that have given birth. The stories behind some of the photos are really sweet and some just get you in the heart.

Enjoy!

thisclockworkheart:

It’s funny how freeing yourself from the expectations of society- what a fat girl should do, what a fat girl should wear, how a fat girl should act- is the very thing that will make you the most beautiful. Building confidence takes time. Expressing yourself takes bravery, but it’s worth it in the end. Take it one step at a time. 
Photography: 6 Foot 4 Photography- and possibly my favorite set from the shoot.
thisclockworkheart:

It’s funny how freeing yourself from the expectations of society- what a fat girl should do, what a fat girl should wear, how a fat girl should act- is the very thing that will make you the most beautiful. Building confidence takes time. Expressing yourself takes bravery, but it’s worth it in the end. Take it one step at a time. 
Photography: 6 Foot 4 Photography- and possibly my favorite set from the shoot.
thisclockworkheart:

It’s funny how freeing yourself from the expectations of society- what a fat girl should do, what a fat girl should wear, how a fat girl should act- is the very thing that will make you the most beautiful. Building confidence takes time. Expressing yourself takes bravery, but it’s worth it in the end. Take it one step at a time. 
Photography: 6 Foot 4 Photography- and possibly my favorite set from the shoot.

thisclockworkheart:

It’s funny how freeing yourself from the expectations of society- what a fat girl should do, what a fat girl should wear, how a fat girl should act- is the very thing that will make you the most beautiful. Building confidence takes time. Expressing yourself takes bravery, but it’s worth it in the end. Take it one step at a time. 

Photography: 6 Foot 4 Photography- and possibly my favorite set from the shoot.

random-things-i-luv:

Many plus size clothing stores stop at like a size 3X or 24 maybe 26, but if you’re a lil’ bit bigger, like me, you may feel like you’re outta luck. NOT SO! Lookit all these extra fantastical websites I found that offer extended plus size clothing. 

  1. Fashion to Figure Goes Up To Size 26
  2. Evans (US) Goes Up To Size 28
  3. Simply Be Goes Up To Size 28
  4. Torrid Goes Up To Size 28
  5. Target - Women’s Plus Sizes Goes Up To Size 28
  6. Domino Dollhouse Goes Up To Size 28
  7. Old Navy - Women’s Plus (Online Only) Goes Up To Size 30
  8. ModCloth Goes Up To Size 30
  9. Yours Clothing Goes Up To Size 30  (thank you,  ydontyoumarryanicecreamsandwich : D ) 
  10. Gwynnie Bee Goes Up To Size 32
  11. Avenue Goes Up To Size 32
  12. Lane Bryant Goes Up To Size 32
  13. Kiyonna Goes Up To Size 32
  14. Igigi Goes Up To Size 32
  15. Catherines Goes Up to Size 34
  16. Swakdesigns Goes Up To Size 36
  17. Sonsi Goes Up To Size 36
  18. eShakti Goes Up To Size 36
  19. Jessica London Goes Up To Size 40
  20. Just My Size (JMS) Goes Up To Size 40
  21. Woman Within Goes Up To Size 44 (SN: Got some really nice size 28 tall skinny jeans from here)
  22. Sydney’s Closet (Formal Dresses) Goes Up To Size 44
  23. Big Gal’s Lingerie (For Lingerie, Costumes and Clubwear) Goes Up To Size 12X

(in US sizes, I believe).

leathercoven:

my hot fat trans body modeling one of our new designs, the Diamondback Holster 
leathercoven:

my hot fat trans body modeling one of our new designs, the Diamondback Holster 
leathercoven:

my hot fat trans body modeling one of our new designs, the Diamondback Holster 

leathercoven:

my hot fat trans body modeling one of our new designs, the Diamondback Holster 

theprintfiend:

OOTD: Good Enough to Eat
Now that Florida is done with its two weeks of winter, it’s back to being rainy and humid. Yesterday I got my dream dress in the mail from Modcloth and holy cow it’s awesome. I had to immediately wear it!
Bolero: SimplyBe, Dress: Modcloth, Shoes: Target, Necklace: Forever21
theprintfiend:

OOTD: Good Enough to Eat
Now that Florida is done with its two weeks of winter, it’s back to being rainy and humid. Yesterday I got my dream dress in the mail from Modcloth and holy cow it’s awesome. I had to immediately wear it!
Bolero: SimplyBe, Dress: Modcloth, Shoes: Target, Necklace: Forever21

theprintfiend:

OOTD: Good Enough to Eat

Now that Florida is done with its two weeks of winter, it’s back to being rainy and humid. Yesterday I got my dream dress in the mail from Modcloth and holy cow it’s awesome. I had to immediately wear it!

Bolero: SimplyBe, Dress: Modcloth, Shoes: Target, Necklace: Forever21

hantisedeloubli:

Je refuse de passer inaperçue
I refuse to go unnoticed
hantisedeloubli:

Je refuse de passer inaperçue
I refuse to go unnoticed
hantisedeloubli:

Je refuse de passer inaperçue
I refuse to go unnoticed
hantisedeloubli:

Je refuse de passer inaperçue
I refuse to go unnoticed
hantisedeloubli:

Je refuse de passer inaperçue
I refuse to go unnoticed

hantisedeloubli:

Je refuse de passer inaperçue

I refuse to go unnoticed

chubby-bunnies:

Hey, I’m johnny the chubby boy. 

It’s hard to be this manly.

- 19  - US size 20 - 

fatseux:

2013: Year of the Selfie.
Here are some of my faves of this year.
&lt;3
fatseux:

2013: Year of the Selfie.
Here are some of my faves of this year.
&lt;3

fatseux:

2013: Year of the Selfie.

Here are some of my faves of this year.

<3

everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.
everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.
everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.
everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.
everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.
everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.
everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.
everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.
everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.
9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.
Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.
I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 
This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.

everythingsbetterwithbisexuals:

itsa-me-amelie:

thelingerieaddict:

throneroom-of-the-damned:

Body Positivity for the win.

9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.

Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.

I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

Pretty sure I reblogged this before. Definitely worth reblogging again. Body positivity, diversity, et. al. is more than one particular shape and size.

finally a chart like that that doesnt just show one skinny white woman and one fat white woman - i love this!!

This is why those critiques of body positivity posts like the one skinny white woman/one fat white woman posts which end with someone saying something like, “What do you want, a one-legged fat tattooed black transgender little person?!” piss me off so much. Shoving all of everything into one person is not what we’re asking for. What we want to see is something like this, a spectrum of different races, religions, body shapes, beliefs, and other traits spread out over several people, just the way it works in real life. 

This post never fails to make me smile for precisely that reason.

(Source: fortress-of-the-damned)