Sunday, October 9, 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
curveappeal:

42.5 inch/33.1 inch/45.7 inch
www.joannasikora.com
Big kiss from Poland!!
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Thursday, September 15, 2011
curveappeal:

I am 5’4. Size 9-12 pants (depending on where I am shopping) C cup. I weigh about 160 pounds, last time I checked. 
I have a horrible and difficult self image problem. I try and deal with it every day. This is the only picture I have of myself in a swimsuit. I dread wearing them. I was constantly made fun of for having a big belly all my life. Even the other day a lady at the convenience store reached over and touched my belly asking if I was pregnant, which I am not. The primary place gain weight is my stomach. Even with a healthy diet and exercise, I cannot change this aspect of my body. I have a supportive boyfriend who is helping me learn to love myself as I am. This site is also a great place to feel beautiful and not so pressured to be thin. Thank you.
Friday, September 9, 2011
Thursday, September 8, 2011
wtfwhiteprivilege:

This is random, but I’d like this picture with this text for every privilege out there.
This is amazing. It is. That it all.
Sunday, August 28, 2011

yes, my name means uncle in filipino: This is what blackface is.→


black-kpop-fans:

For all those people, specifically black people, who claim they see no offense in the blackface gag, I say to you this: Learn your history. Blackface is a gag that was used early on to mock black people for their perceived stereotypes. Almost all blackface characters are…

Friday, August 26, 2011
curveappeal:

When I was a teenager in high school, I was bullied for being fat and ugly…it was my mother and prayers that stopped me from doing something stupid.
I thank God now that i have accepted the way I look and realised that the God I serve is beautiful and because he made me, it means I am beautiful also.
I am a size 16 and enjoying it
God Bless you all 
Rachel x
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
curveappeal:

First and foremost, I just want to say that all of the women posted on this blog are truly inspirational; keep up the motivation of being you and being comfortable in your own skin.
I’m Alexandra (the girl in the middle of the photo) and I’ve had weight issues since I was an adolescent. At the age of thirteen, I weighed 215 pounds at the height of 5’6”. I was not happy with my body, mainly due to the fact that I could feel the stares I received from other peers my age. During this time, I was so caught up on what others saw me as, and, my depression formed into a new disorder; anorexia nervosa. Within a year, I lost over 75 pounds, all due to how I wanted others to see me. I was seemingly healthier, since everyone believed being super skinny while secretly battling an eating disorder was healthier than being voluptuous and happy within your own skin.
Now, at the age of nineteen, I can finally say that I am optimistic with my image when see my reflection. I have gained back a bit of the weight I lost, but needless to say, I am overly content with being 160 pounds at the height of 5’8” while wearing a 34 C and a size 11/13 pant size.
Monday, June 13, 2011
curveappeal:

170 pounds, 18 years old, always been so self conscious about my weight, finally happy to have the body that i do. i love being a curvy woman!
Saturday, January 15, 2011
fuckyeahpokememe:

Everyone was making their Spirit Pokémon comics, so I made mine, too!
Based on a true story!
by joeicatrivante.tumblr.com/
Saturday, January 15, 2011
fuckyeahpokememe:

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wadduphoes.tumblr.com
Sunday, January 2, 2011
fuckyeahpokememe:

How to approach an Asian guy. Pokeball, go!
- Seamas Clerkin
Saturday, January 1, 2011
fuckyeahlgbtqasians:

“It was difficult to be gay in my family. The villagers worship us and we  are role models for them. My family didn’t allow us to mix with  ordinary or low-caste people. Our exposure to the liberal world was  minimal. Only when I was hospitalized after my nervous breakdown in 2002  did my doctor inform my parents about my sexuality. All these years I  was hiding my sexuality from my parents, family and people. I never  liked it and I wanted to face the reality. When I came out in the open  and gave an interview to a friendly journalist, my life was transformed.  Now, people accept me.”
-Manvendra Singh Gohil
Saturday, January 1, 2011
fuckyeahpokememe:

Did anyone else see it? 
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