Support fat people with dark inner thighs and armpits!

Support fat people with keratosis pilaris!

Support fat people with small breasts!

Support fat people with saggy breasts!

Support fat people with unwanted breast growth!

Support fat people with cellulite!

Support fat people without hourglass figures!

Support fat people without smooth curves!

Support fat people with unwanted hair growth!

Support fat people with calloused feet!

Support fat people who get flushed easily!

Support fat people that are red all the time!

Support fat people who get ignored by body positivity posts bc they don’t fit your idea of beauty, or have traits you think are ‘gross’!

Support fat people! We’re fucking celestial beings and the world is better for us-ALL of us- in it.

Shoutout to fat girls in the summertime. Shoutout to fat girls who wear jeans even though it’s 90 degrees because they don’t like the way their legs look. Shoutout to fat girls who wear a t-shirt to swim because they don’t like the way people look at their stretch marks. Shoutout to fat girls that only wear dresses with sleeves because they don’t like that their arms aren’t perfectly proportioned. Shoutout to fat girls who wear cardigans with button-downs because they don’t like the spaces between the buttons buckling because of their boobs. Shoutout to fat girls who don’t care about any of that stuff and wear whatever they want. Shoutout to fat girls who don’t want to care about that stuff, but do anyway. Shoutout to fat girls who have to work very hard everyday not to care about that stuff. Shoutout to all fat girls in the summertime. You’re all absolutely fantastic and you’re doing fine. Be patient with yourself, you deserve it.

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It’s not just insecurity. Society’s biases against plus size* people affect every. single. part. of their lives. We have the receipts

Refinery29 has launched a new major initiative – the 67% Project – to fully represent plus size women who have been ignored by the media too long. Women over size 14 are 67% of the country and 2% of the images you see. Share this to bring more attention to the *REAL* severity of the problem.

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