belly positive

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In answer to your question, anon, yes I get worked up over it all the time. It always happens at work or as I’m looking at myself in the mirror before I shower.
I’m at 315 lbs and I’m back in the gaining game. I’ve been trying to push past the 315 so I can start getting massive like I want to.
If anyone has any questions I’m always an open book, come get to know me and stuff~

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So it’s Tummy Tuesday I know but please bare with me…. there’s a bit of a story with these.

I wanna thank @valykas for posting something a few days ago that really hit a nerve with me. He posted some stuff about body positivity and being called out for basically not having the right to promote it coz people thought he was too hot etc. After a chat with him it made me realise that up till these pics I’ve always tried to find the right angle to hide my belly or make it look smaller. I’ve posted what I thought people wanted to see and not necessarily who I actually am.

People of all shapes and sizes have the right to be or not be happy with how they look.

I might lose followers coz of these pics and this rant but it’s me, plain and simple. Sorry for going on 😔

HAPPY TUMMY TUESDAY

Everything about you is lovely.

Your hair (or lack thereof)
Your belly (chubby or flat)
Your eyes (dark or bright)
Your stretch marks (a few or a lot)
Your scars (from accidents or self-harm)
Your moles (big or little)
Your acne (a few pimples or a major breakout)
Your freckles (little ones on your nose or ones all over every single inch of your body)
Your birth marks (small light brown ones or huge dark ones)
Your height (short or tall)
Your weight (a smaller number or a larger number)

All of it.

All of you.

YOU are lovely.

(This goes for girls AND boys. I don’t know where this came from in my mind, it just seemed like something I should share because maybe somebody needed to read it.)