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Hey, my name’s Camila. I’m a 15 year old canadian with a little extra weight. All my life, I’ve been trying to cope with the fact that I’m not perfect and that my body is far from looking like those in the magazines. It’s a hard thing to accept, let alone embrace and I look up to all those young girls and women who can be who they are without caring about others’ opinion. I hope someday I and all those girls who fell the same way as me will be able to feel fully confident about our bodies, no matter how much we weigh or how our bodies look.
Height: about 5’10
Weight: about 200 lbs
I’m happy and blue and proud of who I am. 40-32-40 148 lbs 5’7
I’m still trying to make peace with myself, but I’m getting there :)
My name is Danielle, my measurements are 38-32-40
I usually wear a size twelve to fourteen.
The dress was a “one size fits all” from pacsun. :]
I suffer from severe scoliosis. I’ve been called a lot of messed up names and I’ve always had a body different from those around me but I don’t really care what people think of my belly, my cellulite, or my spine!
40-32-40 148 lbs 5’7
My sense of self esteem is pretty reliably in the toilet, but sometimes I think I look alright. It’s a process.
20 years. 5 feet 7 inches.
37” 32” 40”
Was having a cute winter work outfit moment (pardon the crinkles in the skirt). Second submission here, the first was received very well! Thought I’d give it a second go :-)
Measurements 40, 32, 40
5”2, 36D - 32 - 40.
This is me hours before watching a basketball game, believe it or not.
I’ve gained a lot of pounds since entering college. I am actually overweight, but I’ve forgotten how much I weigh exactly. People keep saying that I would look prettier if I lost a few pounds, but frankly, I think I look fine. And whenever I start feeling bad, I go through this blog. It always works. :)
I’ve been struggling with being comfortable in my own skin for as long as I can remember. I’ve gained around 30 pounds within the last two years or so, and while I think I could stand to lose a few I am slowly coming to terms with the fact that this is just how my body is built, and that’s okay! You ladies inspire me every day. Much love!
36H - 32 - 40. 19 years old
23 years, 175lb, 38-32-40
love what you have, and you’ll have more love.
Hi. I’m Amanda. I am 23 years old, 5 feet tall and 140 pounds. My measurements are 36B cup, 32 waist, and 40 hips.
I have always had difficulty seeing my body for what it really is, and tend to view it in a negative light. I didn’t have my (one and only) growth spurt until I was 14. That meant from about the age of eight years and onward, I was taunted by my schoolmates for my weight. The boys oinked at me and the girls whispered about my size behind my back.
I know I’m a beautiful curvy woman now, but sometimes its hard to get the negative voices out of my head. Finding my fiance who loves me just the way I am, has definitely helped! If there is one thing I have learned, it is that I am a much happier, healthier person, when I love my body for what it is.
WOMEN OF THE WORLD
LOVE YOURSELVES <3
I am 5’2, I fluctuate between 130-140 pounds all the time. My measurements are 38-32-40. Super curvy boriqua, and most of the time I’m happy with that :) I certainly could afford to tone up/smooth out areas of my body before summer though!
About a month ago, feeling pretty great. :}
I’m one curvy cutie. :} 36-32-40
Hi all, I’m Click120.
This is my second submission, this photo was taken when I was at my biggest, I have lost weight since and feel great, but more importantly I felt great then as well. My wonderful boyfriend took this photo of me and he has been there throughout every attempted diet, tears and me trying to accept this body.
The response I got from my last image spurred me on to be more comfortable in my own skin and ignore those who called me names.
I’m so much happier and healthier now :)
Oops forgot my measurements. They are 36-32-40 :)