My ability to stay strong regardless, my confidence despite being in a world where women are constantly put down, compared & competed. My pure heart & sharp mind & not being afraid to say no. I love being a woman, happy IWD ladies!!
chy_leigh Today is #NationalComingOutDay … I’m so proud to take part in positive LGBTQ+ representation. I’m proud to stand up for the voices that have either been stifled, silenced, or yet to be heard. I’m proud to stand on behalf of those who’ve been persecuted, ridiculed, and misunderstood. I’m grateful to walk alongside those who have battled long and hard to rise above the judgement and slander that have soiled the foundation of our humanity and yet even still, keep our heads held high as fingers wag and forked tongues sputter out hatred. I stand for you, with you, behind you and beside you… for the sake of compassion and everything good in this effed up world today, I hope we all rise. I hope today is filled with joy, hope, love, and support. You matter. You are beautiful. You are worth celebrating ❤️🏳️🌈 #ComeOnOut #TimeToRise #LGBTQ #AlexDanvers #BeYou #BeProud
I’m proud to be a woman because I’m a part of a diverse family of 3.7 billion wonderful, successful, strong, independent, funny, wise and beautiful women. The support women give (and have given each other throughout history) is unique, and without it we wouldn’t be here right now. Thank you – yes, you. Your existence empowers me.
“If there’s any message to my work, it is ultimately that it’s OK to be different, that it’s good to be different, that we should question ourselves before we pass judgment on someone who looks different, behaves different, talks different, is a different color.”
On international women’s day it is important to remember your strength when faced with sexist adversity. Your worth is not defined by your family’s inability to respect you, or society’s inability to accept you. Your worth is intrinsic and powerful in its perseverance inside you. As women, our power is in uniting support of one another, not tearing each other down.
2 Months and 10 days on Estrogen! Sorry for the late update but I’m enjoying summer really hard this year!
I’m slowly starting to feel like home in my body and I can see changes! Still on 4 mg Estrofem and 50 mg Androcur (T-Blocker). My Doc said that we maybe lower the dosage of Androcur to 25 mg, don’t know how to feel about that.
•Breast growth!! Full A-cup!! Nipples hurt like hell!
•waist training is going more easily
• soft and clear skin, less hair growth, gosh I love my skin right now.
• low sex drive which feels like heaven.
• less alcohol tolerance, anyone experienced that?
That’s it for today guys, gonna enjoy the night with my best friend and tomorrow with my boyfriend ♡
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I love having and sharing these little recovery moments I have, and I hope you like them too! Last night I went to the movies with my family and we got pop, popcorn, and candy and this was the first time in 4 YEARS that I actually allowed myself to eat the food and enjoy it at the same time. I didn’t feel guilty for eating it either, but instead felt all warm and fuzzy on the inside because I know that I am so much stronger then the girl 4 years ago. The girl who would always tell her family that “oh no I can’t have it” or “ I don’t like it” when really she was just making up excuses not to have some. She would tell herself if you eat that you can’t eat anything tomorrow or if you eat that you are going to gain weight. When in reality that’s not true! The more you restrict yourself the more you will binge out on the food later, and then you end up feeling bad about it and the cycle continues. This photo was taken this morning and I look the same as I did yesterday. Today I will not restrict myself like I would in the past and I will go on with my day as I normally do and standing a wee bit taller then before because I’m hella proud of myself for taking these little steps! That I know later on in life I’m going to be like yes I’m glad I ate that rather than not eating it and wishing I did! Recovery is scary, but when you do things that scare you, you feel hella proud of yourself for accomplishing them❤ stay strong and have a beautiful day my loves.