19 Years, Size 12, 34GG and happy :)
It took 18 long years of hating every inch of myself to get to the point I’m at now. I wish people could understand that no one can help you love yourself and your body besides YOU. Wake up every morning, look in the mirror and tell yourself you’re beautiful. Choose to stop believing what society thinks is perfect and know that you are. Love yourself, because it’s the best thing you can do to make yourself beautiful.
Oh, also, I’m 19 and an average of 150 pounds, which isn’t too much, but I’m a very measly 5’2”.
I love the way I look and so does my boyfriend. I’m happy!
Vanessa, 19, from Scotland!
5’5” & 38-30-38
I would like to send my love and support for all the curvy girls out there! Everyone deserves to feel happy in their own skin. X
I struggled with self-love for almost 23 years, but I’m finally in love with my body! I hope every woman, whatever size or shape, feels the same soon!!
measurements are 40-29-40, and I’m 5’9”
5’3”, 130-140 lbs. Haven’t weighed myself in years. Size 10.
There are days when I just don’t want to see myself in the mirror, days when I think “Oh! Well I don’t look too shabby!”, and days when I just feel like a model. Lately, it’s been more the latter than the former.
I struggled a lot with body issues when I was a child and a young teenager. My schoolmates and friends were all thin and had perfect bodies. There was always an insane amount of pressure on us women to have perfect skinny bodies, especially living in a macho man Latin American country. As a young 13 year old girl in high school, there was no way I could take it. When my classmates called me a “fat bitch” (which was more often than not), I had to be excused because there was no way I could stop crying. I cried countless nights over my body, tried every fad diet in the book, and nothing worked.
Nowadays, a little older and quite a bit more mature, I can honestly say I’m happy with my body. Peace with yourself is something that comes with growing up, and it’s not something easily found, but it’s completely worth it.
(Ahem. Excuse the socks.)
41-31-43. 5’5”. 190lbs. 29 years old.
Those numbers don’t matter as much to me as being able to bench press 110lbs or squat 200lbs. I’m so glad my body is naturally powerful.
I wanted to congratulate everyone here and tell you all that being a young woman is hard, but the older you get, the easier it becomes to accept how you are made and see the beauty in your own composition. Appreciate your own beauty, but don’t forget to use your body. Youth is fleeting, but strength, flexibility, speed, grace - whatever your body does best - only gets better with practice.
My name’s Ashlee and my stats are 40-35-47 at 173cm and 93kg. Most of my photos showing my curves are in lingerie/underwear, haha! I’m an aspiring pinup model.
I’ve gained 10kg this year and 2 inches on my bust, 3 on my waist and 2 on my hips. I’ve been struggling to come to terms with this but am working on loving myself at any weight. I am super proud of my curves and always will be!
I can hardly overstate how much this blog has helped me re-frame my concept of beauty and the female form. I’ve been in recovery from anorexia for 11 years, and it’s taken about that long for me to appreciate my body and believe, truly believe, that it is beautiful. I am 5’10.5” and 187 lbs. My measurements are 37-30-45.
My parents love for me has truly resonated in my love for myself. Sometimes if you don’t have that love surrounding you, it is hard to remain positive about who you are..especially in today’s society. However, if you ever are not sure if anyone else thinks you are pretty, just know that I believe you are! I know I’m not famous, but for what it’s worth you are all very beautiful and inspiring and no number on any scale can ever change that!! Believe it, because it is the truth :)