Posted 6 months ago

All these keyboard warriors crying over the bikini bridges. It’s hilarious. Get over it.

Posted 1 year ago

ohgodyesjohnson:

Fat privilege is not having to wear a coat in winter. As a thin person, I feel oppressed and am outraged at the advantages that overweight people have.

Posted 1 year ago

yourownworstcritic:

jakerunztumblr:

Is this real life?

I don’t know if the quote is real, but if so, yes, she has a point.

do not pity the dead. pity the living, they are the ones left behind to grieve. 

Are you insane? Do you have ANY family at all who have lived through war and come back? Two great uncles of mine served in both the great wars. Please, tell me how the one with the bullet lodged in his leg, which eventually had to get amputated, did not have it more rough than the women at home. 

I get it, we all suffer through war, but to say that the ones who do not engage in the combat, who will never truly know the hell of war have it any worse. You make me sick.

Posted 1 year ago

Feminism Means It's Okay To Discriminate In College Applications Based On Race And Gender

kawakji:

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I saw this last night on a certain image board which shall remain nameless. I just need a link of who to email about this. This is disgusting.

Posted 1 year ago

Social Media Sites Fight "Thinspo" | The Fix

happyfitnezz:

Someone tell me this is some bullshit news source or something.

No, it unfortunately isn’t. It is like how the words “thinspo” and “thynspo” are now being blocked int eh search queue on Instagram apparently. Such horse shit. Yeah, promoting anorexia is bad, but a healthy active lifestyle? Please. When will the fat privilege end?

Posted 1 year ago

bklava:

Tiny Houses: 10 Magnificent Micro-House Masterworks

Tiny Houses, Big Living – Throw out the rulebook for a second– how much space do we really need to live comfortably?  If you test it yourself, the answer might surprise you.  There is a movement buzzing today amongst progressive citizens who wish to explore life simply, to live within their means and leave a small footprint behind.  They’re doing so in small houses, in 12×12′s and 8×20′s in big cities and rural retreats around the world.  If you’d like to see how rich and inventive small living can be, check out our collection of tiny houses: 10 Magnificent Micro-House Masterworks.

http://www.thecoolist.com/tiny-houses-10-magnificent-micro-house-masterworks/

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beforeandafterfatlosspics:

girlbrushedpink3 

To all my followers wanting more before and after photos and for all of you who question themselves about losing weight! YOU CAN DO IT!
The before picture was me at 205, I had a huge belly and big hips and nothing fit me, that jacket wouldn’t even do up, but today IT DOES!
The after picture is me at 155! 

You all can do it! Just stick with it and you’ll find the happy you deserve! 

XOXO

Posted 1 year ago
beforeandafterfatlosspics:

myannoyances
I post photos here every once in a while, but I don’t do enough body comparisons. I consider this my “Captain Morgan/Triumphant” pose.
The photo on the left is from my heaviest weight, at 497 pounds back in 2009. The photo on the right is me yesterday, about 260 pounds lighter.
Through being a member of a Lap-Band study at the NYU medical center, along with a lot of jogging and watching what I eat, I’ve become a completely different person.
I’m a 6 foot 4 inch tall, 20 year old male.

beforeandafterfatlosspics:

myannoyances

I post photos here every once in a while, but I don’t do enough body comparisons. I consider this my “Captain Morgan/Triumphant” pose.

The photo on the left is from my heaviest weight, at 497 pounds back in 2009. The photo on the right is me yesterday, about 260 pounds lighter.

Through being a member of a Lap-Band study at the NYU medical center, along with a lot of jogging and watching what I eat, I’ve become a completely different person.

I’m a 6 foot 4 inch tall, 20 year old male.