im all about having more body posi media but not when the message is “boys like curvy girls” because who fucking cares what boys like
People look down on McDonald’s employees but fail to realize that if all these folks left McDonald’s and pursued “better careers” your ass wouldn’t be able to get a McDouble with an Oreo McFlurry at 3am.
You can’t demand a service while simultaneously degrading those who provide it for you.
*receives text to hang out*
me: Sure, see you soon!
*checks bank account*
me: On second thought—
Remember that african black soap is your friend
Unless you have dry skin, in which case, DO NOT TOUCH.
people will always call out people for saying “fuck skinny bitches” but when the diet commercial comes on, when the fat jokes are being made, when conversations about how fat people are detriments to society are underway, when a size 6 expects her size 26 friend to go with…
This particular type of chamomile unfortunately brought back some unpleasant memories (I self-medicated with it for a few months, so the smell is a trigger), but I was really craving the tea, which is unusual, so I brewed a cup.
And then I threw away the last, untouched, bag.
I’m in a good place.
This is just something I’ve been thinking about the past few days; it’s not targeted at anyone in particular. I’ve just been reading some really ignorant comments about these songs that skew fat positive (not just body positive — fat positive), and how “skinny shaming” has apparently become a thing and I couldn’t roll my eyes harder than I already have.
Like, I have literally been around women who have sighed over how skinny I am, which is baffling. No sighs over a woman with a thick middle. No one stares at envy at another woman’s rolls. Fat women need shine, too.
I don’t get offended by Nicki saying, “Fuck them skinny bitches in the club” or Meghan Trainor telling skinny chicks to move aside because if I want representation, I don’t have to look far to get it. I can literally open up any type of media and see a woman of my size looking back at me with various positive references to her size. When was the last time fat women had that kind of privilege?
Like, whenever you want to get in your feelings about being told to eat a cheeseburger, think of the tens of thousands of young girls who are encouraged/forced to diet before the age of 10 thanks to beauty standards that do not support anyone over a size 6.