i don’t really like that john waters quote about people having books in their homes because like, i don’t actually care about owning the books i read. like i wish i didn’t own any books. do you know how fucking heavy books are
All “having books” says about someone is that they bought a bunch of books. I own a shitload of books and have read, like, 2 of them.
i think in body positivity rhetoric there’s a lot about exposing your most vulnerable self— the parts of yourself you are most insecure about should be the parts a “true” photograph of your will feature. in fact, when you look in the mirror or take a photo of yourself in a…
This week has been full of so many posi vibes I need to spend tonight writing in my “good vibes only” journal just to remember them all. IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING NICE TO TELL ME, PLEASE DO IT NOW FOR THE CHANCE TO BE IN MY JOURNAL WHAT A PRESTIGIOUS PLACE TO BE!!
That bootleg Nirvana Direction shirt is making me rethink all of my fashion choices right now. I’ve already got the 1D Ramones tee. What if I just went all the way with it? Just nothing but bootleg 1D band tees all day every day of my life?
This is my life now goodbye it was nice knowing you.
HOLE ? NAILED IT.
I would wear the shit out of every single one of these.
Thin privilege is easily checking a box describing your body on a dating site. Sorry, Match.com, but I’m not “curvy” or “heavyset” or “big and beautiful” (somehow this last one is the worst to me). I’m fat, but I’m also fit and athletic… but I can’t pick that, because “athletic” always comes paired with “toned,” which means thin. Thin privilege is knowing that the majority of men search for women with your body description choice.