WOW so you come to my food blog to leave an anonymous message because the anon on my main blog is turned off? That is dedication, my friend.
Let’s get a couple things straight: 1) my breasts ARE glorious, and 2) my outfits ARE always on point. So, why are we getting all upset over empirically established facts?
Please take a gander through my fatphobia tag and see for yourself how little I whine about how hard it is to be a skinny white girl. Please do that.
I am a person. I am a woman person who has feelings about my body.
I am a woman person who has feelings about her breasts and how sexualized they are and about how I feel significant body dysmorphia due to that sometimes. I am a woman person who has a history of eating disorders and is constantly working through my feelings towards my own body.
I am allowed to discuss those feelings, on their own, without reference to anyone else’s bodies.
I am allowed to exercise the same rights everyone else has to post pictures of myself on my blog. I am allowed to post pictures talking about how fabulous I am as a means to actually start believing that I’m fabulous.
I am allowed to publicly work through my self-esteem and body image issues even though I am thin.
My body image issues are my own and I am not going to sit down and shut up about them just because you don’t think they’re legitimate or valid.
(NB: I will never and have never claimed that I have it worse than my bigger sisters, but I will never ever lend credence to bullshit like this that would have me believe that I don’t “deserve”, in some perverse way, to have complex feelings about my body.)#gif #body image // #eating disorder // #body dysmorphia // #Anonymous