thick, pear shaped and beautiful. <3
I almost didn’t post this.
Don’t let anyone bring down your confidence, especially yourself.
Yo I have nothing against self confidence and stuff but I wouldn’t post a picture of myself in a dress that short on the internet. I mean you go girl and all that but you don’t want the wrong people to see it
Do I have vaginas all over my legs or something? I’m showing my thighs because I have often been told that I have TREE TRUNK thighs and that I shouldn’t show them. I wasn’t aware LEGS were considered so private that showing them would attract “the wrong people”. And it’s very obviously not a dress, it’s a button up shirt. I’m wearing a shirt and a pair of pink undies. But… It’s legs. Like wtf. Grow up. And maybe don’t add your shitty comments to my pictures, especially if you’re interjecting about whether or not my photos are inappropriate. I posted them because I like them. I posted them because how many pictures of skinny girls with thigh gaps are all over the place? I obviously don’t give a shit about what you think is too much skin. So why even comment at all?
Jesus fuck you’re gorgeous.
liked this photo until the skinny girl bashing
Wait… what? When did I skinny bash anyone???
You are really pretty but it is true that posting a kind of revealing picture is dangerous. Online, where it will never ever ever go away. When you’re 50 years old, and your friend comes up with his/her phone of the future and says “hey! I just found this on [insert newest social media of the time here]! Wow! You were a [insert newest derogatory term for girls here]” I’m all about girls with self confidence bc I have none but this is really dangerous. I just want you to be safe and free from assbutts who want to hurt you.
Y’all act like I’m posting nudes or some shit lol. They’re LEGS. What is so dangerous about a pair of freaking legs??? Lol good lord.
The point is that he/she was trying to protect you. They weren’t trying to be rude they just wanted to make sure you are safe. This is where stuff like this can catch on fire. No one is calling you ugly on this post so even though you are not self conscious, people can still be assholes. They were looking out for you. Even though you think they are just legs (which they are) people can hurt you.
Looking out for my safety?? It is a picture. With uncovered legs. It would be no more inappropriate than girls who post proud pics of themselves in bikinis and one piece bathing suits… Honestly though, it isn’t an issue of “safety”. This is an issue of “you shouldn’t post revealing pictures of yourself because I don’t think it’s appropriate.” Or “I don’t think you should post pics like this with your legs or body showing because you are advocating bad health since you are fat.” Seriously tho. These are the two types of messages I have received. And my response is simple. I don’t care if people think it is inappropriate. I am a 23 year old grown ass thick and chubby woman. If I want to post revealing pics of myself on my blog, that’s my bloody decision. I’m no more unsafe than I am with my other pics. They are LEGS. Not boobs. No private parts showing. There is nothing “unsafe” here. Your opinions are heard. And I am disagreeing and disregarding. Simple as that.
Alright. That’s enough, I keep seeing and reading through how this is panning out and I have to say from my own experience that even fun-meant pictures that are slightly revealing can have a negative effect on you. Look where it’s gone from just this single moment. You’re angry, and wound up defending yourself about people who are looking out for you, whereas if you’d of gotten a bunch of people oggling over it that happiness would only last but a minute until it got weird. Exhibit A: I’m a girl. I’m wearing a little black dress for my birthday. I own and drive a motorcycle. these are the facts of that moment. Its my damn birthday, Dad’s taking pictures of me and I’m moving my bike back into the garage, he snaps a picture as I struggle because I’m not wearing the right outfit/shoes/ etc and the guys are laughing hardy har har (they moved the Kawasaki to get the grill out) BUT I post the pic on FB thinking, damn, not a bad picture, I’ve got some leg going on hair looks nice skin tan. I fell victim to TWO different internet predators. The harassment goes on until this very day. I don’t know these people, and they’ve never even met me outside of what they can see on the internet, I am the only one I can blame for this. It’s shameful and depressing to deal with shitdicks that feel the need to ruin someones day. Be careful, people are cruel and they will not hesitate to hurt you. Though by the way, I’m sure the girl on the inside is just as beautiful or even more so, than the girl on the outside. That’s what really matters.
Facebook is one thing. This is tumblr. I don’t even put my full name on here. I can take care of myself. Thanks for the concern. But it really is unnecessary. I do not regret posting these pictures. I’m not ashamed at all. Instead of scrutinizing me for posting pictures you think could set a “predator” on me, how about y’all shame and scrutinize the types of people who would even consider seeking out, harassing and stalking a girl just because she posted a slightly revealing picture on her blog… this is my last response lol I don’t care anymore. I’m getting way more positive feedback than negative feedback. So eff it.