Was constantly bullied for being ‘fat’ when I was younger.
I win, you lose.
My whole life I’ve been incredibly self conscious, when I was 10 and younger I remember refusing to wear shorts to school because all the other girls would make fun of me and call me “thunder thighs.” my parents were no help either, they would tell me how gorgeous I would be if I lost a few pounds or if I stopped eating so much. I guess I started loving my body when I got a tumblr, and saw this blog. It’s helped me so much and made me love my body. all 188 pounds of it!
Bust: 41.5 Waist: 35 Hips:42
but am I talking about Bev or the bathing suit??
I’ve struggled with my body all my life. It’s still not exactly where I want it but I no longer strive to look like a stick figure. I’m embracing my voluptuousness and working with what I’ve got and just toning it up a bit. Y’all are beautiful though and I’m so glad I found this site, whenever I get down on myself I just have to flip over here and it gives me an instant boost ^^
My body a year after treatment for my eating disorders.
I may not love it
but I don’t hate it.
I am me
and that’s enough.
21, 143 lbs. I’m finally able to appreciate the body I have and my thick thighs. With bikini season just around the corner I thought I should try harder to work out, but I love pizza too much. Anyways, I look damn good already. I can’t wait for summer :)
Shopping for a new dress because it’s finally starting to warm up here (I bought the one next in row with the pattern).
I am 18 years old, 165 pounds, 5’7” and last I checked, 36D-29-41. I love dressing in cute dresses that show off my waist and high waisted shorts. Love the skin you’re in! And then others will too!
I’ve only submitted to this website once before, apart from that i have never done anything like this.
My name is Poppy-Florence, i am about 5’4 and here i am a UK size 14. I think this is one of the only pictures i have that i can say i truly love the look of my figure. This website has been such a big help to me to start thinking positive things about my figure. I don’t always love my body, i have my good days and bad, but i have learned that for somebody to love you, you have to accept and love yourself before. And that can become easier if you treat your body with respect. Stand infront of a mirror in your underwear and look at your curves. Poke your muffin tops and squeeze your hips but most of all, do it smiling. BE PROUD OF YOUR BODY GIRLS AND GUYS!
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Howdy :) I’ve wanted to submit a picture for quite some time now, but I only recently found this bathing suit that actually covers the critical parts, as I’m a u.s. size 32H. I probably could have managed to take a more flattering picture, but alas I’m pretty lazy.I’ve never been thin and don’t plan to ever be (mostly because I’m not a fan of physical effort). I’ve had a curvy, busty body practically since fifth grade. I’ve had plenty of teachers at school who went out of their way to police what I wore in attempts to hide my chest, but I’ve never felt ashamed of it. My weight, height, and major hip-dips are another story though. I’ve sure bullied myself for that quite a lot and only recently decided to try out changing my mind rather than my body. So yeah, I think I’m somewhere on that path to acceptance, maybe even self-love, now :)
40-29-42, 5’7 and growing, unsure of weight because I stopped checking when I realized that it’s just a number that genuinely doesn’t matter; it is not and indicator of health and DEFINITELY doesn’t dictate how attractive you are.