So many girls are made to feel inferior because of their size, and this is something that needs to stop.
This blog aims to raise awareness of size shaming (fat or skinny), and to promote body acceptance.

  1. It never has.

    (Source: proteinandtreadmills)

  2. can-i-be-your-favorite-bird:

    don’t ‘fat’ shame
    don’t ‘skinny’ shame
    don’t ‘slut’ shame
    don’t shame people for clothing
    or sex
    or tattoos, or piercings
    or their choices with their bodies
    if it’s not your body, it’s not your fucking business.

  3. Submission

    I just wanted to say thank you. I’m not alone. For my entire life I have been made fun of because I am so skinny yet tall… Even guys have the nerve to make fun of the fact I have no chest. At the beginning of the year I started to let them get to me. I now know I’m not the only one. I appreciate what you have done for all the women out there. I’m finally accepting my body. Thanks to you.

  4. It should go both ways

    Explain the double standard that someone can ask me why I’m so thin, if I’m ok, and what size I am… But if I were to say “you’re really fat. Like morbidly obese. What size are you? Do you have a problem?” People would be up in arms

  5. im-a-horrible-person-haha:

    you know what annoys me? is that its cute for a skinny girl to love eating but gross when a chubby girl does

  6. size10plz:

    optimuspham:

    i hope that someone, somewhere, sees this and is actually affected by it enough to make a change. this is terrible.

    Unacceptable.

    If you are or someone you know is in a situation where there is physical or emotional abuse here is a list of numbers and directories so you can get some help/advice for the situation. In an emergency call 911 or your country’s emergency service number if you need immediate assistance or have already been hurt.

    In the US: Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE(7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224

    Canada: call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-363-9010

    UK: call Women’s Aid at 0808 2000 247

    Australia: Call 1800RESPECT at 1800 737 732. The website also allows you to chat with a qualified and experienced counsellor

    New Zealand: Women’s Refuge - 0800733843

    Are You Ok - 0800 456 450 (the website is full of information and support services contacts for families experiencing violence).

    Worldwide: Visit International Directory of Domestic Violence Agencies for a global lists of helplines, shelters, and crisis centres.

    (via digesting-yourlegs)

  7. hellertittie:

Saw this while scrolling down my Instagram. Needless to say it’s got me bristling with irritation. Things like this-stepping on others to build yourself up I do not like. 
Skinny shaming is bad. ANY type of shaming of someone and their size/shape is bad. It surprises me that the ones who feel bad about their body or feel the need to post things such as this would when they’re aware how terrible it is to look at your reflection and not love what you see there. 

Also that “steak/bone” saying is ridiculous. I’ve heard many a woman “I don’t want to be looked at like a piece of meat” among other similar things and you’re gonna compare yourself to a piece of meat yourself?….ookay. Fuck this bullshit. You’re all fine. Alright. Okay. Pretty. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Skinny. Bulky. Built. Not built. Toned. Not toned. Squishy. Stark thin. Idc, everyone is amazing.
And as an added note there’s nothing wrong with a preference just not kind to beat others down because they’re different from it.

    hellertittie:

    Saw this while scrolling down my Instagram. Needless to say it’s got me bristling with irritation. Things like this-stepping on others to build yourself up I do not like.
    Skinny shaming is bad. ANY type of shaming of someone and their size/shape is bad. It surprises me that the ones who feel bad about their body or feel the need to post things such as this would when they’re aware how terrible it is to look at your reflection and not love what you see there.

    Also that “steak/bone” saying is ridiculous. I’ve heard many a woman “I don’t want to be looked at like a piece of meat” among other similar things and you’re gonna compare yourself to a piece of meat yourself?….ookay. Fuck this bullshit. You’re all fine. Alright. Okay. Pretty. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Skinny. Bulky. Built. Not built. Toned. Not toned. Squishy. Stark thin. Idc, everyone is amazing.
    And as an added note there’s nothing wrong with a preference just not kind to beat others down because they’re different from it.

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