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revol-lover:

jaynemansfield-poedie:

Jayne Mansfield

Just a reminder one of the most beautiful women to ever exist on this planet, had and didn’t hide her stretch marks :)

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revol-lover:

jaynemansfield-poedie:

Jayne Mansfield

Just a reminder one of the most beautiful women to ever exist on this planet, had and didn’t hide her stretch marks :)

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Wear your body pride!

positivebodyimageinspiration:

Hello lovelies!
I have a question for you - how many of you would be interested in buying body positive t shirts or tank tops? I have an idea, but I want to see how many people would be interested before I actually launch my idea!
Prices would be very reasonable, so don’t worry about that!

This is very exciting!

Jessi
xo

fullmetalfisting:

Some women want to be house wives and some women want to be Harvard professors and some women want to be porn stars and some women want to be nuns and some women want to be surgeons and there is nothing wrong with anyone’s profession I am sick of people being rude to women about their professions oh my god

Apr 15th at 9AM / via: brewinsx / op: fullmetalfisting / reblog / 163,661 notes

1. Cut your hair every now and then. Fresh starts are always nicer than you think. Who needs split ends anyways.

2. Pick a song you really like. Listen to that song a lot. And I mean a lot. Dance around your room naked to that song, beat the song lifeless till it annoys the hell out of you. Then pick a new song and go through the same process. We all need to really hear music, we need to understand what the song we are listening to is really about.

3. Paint your toes black, make it as perfect as possible. Then, scratch it off. Remember nothing is permanent.

4. Go on a run with your dog. Try to race him and beat him. Realize you can out run many things. Then go back and pet your dog, realize that some things you need to go back for.

5. Decorate a plain backpack. Glue on sparkles, glitter, diamonds, newspaper and magazine clippings, lace & ribbon, anything else that may fancy you. Remember, you don’t have to be the same person you were a minute ago.

6. Buy some pretty lights and string them up in your room. Turn off all the lights except for one when you go to bed. Remember it isn’t always dark and lonely. Change your perspective.

7. Lay outside one night. Breathe in breathe out. Accept that you are only one person and cannot do everything at one time. You can take your time. The creator of the stars you’re looking up at did not do it all in one day. Pace yourself.

8. Get up every morning and stand in front of the mirror. Naked, fully clothed, backwards, upside down, who cares how, just do it. Observe yourself. Notice the wrinkles under your eyes from laughing a lot. Count your freckles. Admire your ass. Then name 3 things you love about yourself. You need to love yourself.

Tips from Blossite on how to be okay with yourself. - blossite (via perfect)
Apr 14th at 3PM / via: darkandtwiisty / op: blossite / reblog / 129,703 notes
shadesofblackness:

endofdayz:

Karyn Washington, founder of the For Brown Girls blog, has died of an apparent suicide, reports MadameNoire.com. The influential blogger was only 22 years old.
Washington’s blog celebrated self-love, particularly among dark-skinned women. She also launched the #DarkSkinRedLip project after rapper A$AP Rocky suggested that darker-skinned women should avoid crimson lips. Following her lead, thousands of women of color posted photos of themselves proudly rocking red lips using the hashtag.
While working earnestly to empower women of all races and colors, Washington was also dealing with personal struggles. According to a friend, she had been battling depression and was also finding it hard to deal with the loss of her mother.
http://www.bet.com/news/fashion-and-beauty/2014/04/11/for-brown-girls-blog-creator-dies-of-apparent-suicide.html
Black women, who often shoulder so much burden and to admit any weakness of the mind and body is to be considered defective. Vulnerability is not allowed. Tears are discouraged. Victims are incessantly blamed. We are hard on our women, and suffer as a result.
When your community tells you that you’re better off praying than seeking the advice of medical professionals and medication, you feel shame when you feel your mind is breaking. There is no safe place. To admit to any mental frailty is to invite scorn and mockery.
Mental Illness is Real
R.I.P.

😔

shadesofblackness:

endofdayz:

Karyn Washington, founder of the For Brown Girls blog, has died of an apparent suicide, reports MadameNoire.com. The influential blogger was only 22 years old.

Washington’s blog celebrated self-love, particularly among dark-skinned women. She also launched the #DarkSkinRedLip project after rapper A$AP Rocky suggested that darker-skinned women should avoid crimson lips. Following her lead, thousands of women of color posted photos of themselves proudly rocking red lips using the hashtag.

While working earnestly to empower women of all races and colors, Washington was also dealing with personal struggles. According to a friend, she had been battling depression and was also finding it hard to deal with the loss of her mother.

http://www.bet.com/news/fashion-and-beauty/2014/04/11/for-brown-girls-blog-creator-dies-of-apparent-suicide.html

Black women, who often shoulder so much burden and to admit any weakness of the mind and body is to be considered defective. Vulnerability is not allowed. Tears are discouraged. Victims are incessantly blamed. We are hard on our women, and suffer as a result.

When your community tells you that you’re better off praying than seeking the advice of medical professionals and medication, you feel shame when you feel your mind is breaking. There is no safe place. To admit to any mental frailty is to invite scorn and mockery.

Mental Illness is Real

R.I.P.

😔

sophisticatedsarcasm:

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this is important

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Apr 10th at 7PM / via: darkandtwiisty / op: / reblog / 147,834 notes

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Apr 10th at 6PM / via: becauseiamawoman / op: findingmyrecovery / reblog / 1,414 notes
humansofnewyork:

"For the longest time, I was so focused on being deaf in my left ear, that I almost forgot my other ear was perfectly fine."

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humansofnewyork:

"For the longest time, I was so focused on being deaf in my left ear, that I almost forgot my other ear was perfectly fine."

Apr 10th at 12PM / via: burritogod / op: humansofnewyork / reblog / 7,162 notes

You don’t have to justify your body.

stophatingyourbody:

If you’re thin, you don’t have to say ‘but I eat all the time!’/’I have a fast metabolism!’

If you’re fat, you don’t have to say ‘it’s genetic!’/’I’m trying to lose weight!’

You don’t need to explain to anybody why your body is the way it is. Your body is YOUR body, and that’s all the justification you need.

Fuck yeah, beach bodies! by Anlina


Just a friendly reminder that ALL bodies are beach bodies. Don’t be afraid to wear your swimsuit this year, don’t make excuses to cover up when you’re hot and would rather wear something like a tank top or dress when its hot out. Its YOUR body. YOU deserve to be comfortable and happy in your own skin. No one has the right to tell you you can’t wear something.

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Fuck yeah, beach bodies! by Anlina


Just a friendly reminder that ALL bodies are beach bodies. Don’t be afraid to wear your swimsuit this year, don’t make excuses to cover up when you’re hot and would rather wear something like a tank top or dress when its hot out. Its YOUR body. YOU deserve to be comfortable and happy in your own skin. No one has the right to tell you you can’t wear something.