fat revolution

So sick to death of seeing the same type of lesbian all over my dash.

Where are my fat girls that like girls? Where are my lipstick femmes? Where are my butches? 

Can we stop pretending like these ladies aren’t sexy as hell? Can we stop acting like all lesbians have to be skinny stemmes to be worthy of your praise and attention? Can we support diversity in the LGBTQA community?

That was a rhetorical question. 

Yes. Yes we fucking can. 

anonymous asked:

Its so frustrating that so many activists are fatphobic. I can't find many blogs that don't have some issue or another which makes me unable to follow them for the decent content because of the discomfort and anxiety it brings me. I wamt to keep up with current events but i cant find good blogs wholl post that stuff without saying something like "uwu actually fat people deserve to die if they arent trying to lose weight". Do you know of any good blogs? (I already follow mod bella's blogs :) )

Well, if you already follow me on my blogs, you’ve probably seen me interact with a lot of blogs I personally trust.




And a bunch of others.

Believe me, if they said anything fatphobic, I wouldn’t let them get away with it. Lol.

I understand your frustration, though. It’s really hard feeling like blogs that are supposed to care about equal rights don’t care about yours at all.

-Mod Bella

Guys I found out that the camera on my phone has a timer!! So now I can take full body shots without having to ask my mom 😅 anyways, today was yoga so I finally did Day 3 of Yoga With Adriene’s Yoga Revolution. Today’s videos was Practice Honour. She is preaching some serious self love in this video which I really needed today 💕💕 plus, I did work up a bit of a sweat which is good. Can’t wait to see where I am in a few months and do a side by side 🙈(Also please excuse the terrible lighting in my bedroom 😒)

This sweaty selfie is brought to you by actually giving my all on the first day of my second round of 21 Day Fix. Today’s workout was Total Body Cardio. I also did day 2 of the Yoga Revolution “Practice Intention.” I did the yoga before the TBC and it made me feel better and continue working out.

I have recently had a major AWAKENING and I have gone from absolutely hating myself to completely LOVING MY ENTIRE BEING. AND IT HAS BEEN REVOLUTIONARY AND LIBERATING. If you’ve been following my blog for a while you know how much I’ve been down on myself. And I’m telling you I’m DONE WITH THE NEGATIVITY AND HIDING AND SELF LOATHING.

I need more positivity on my dash! I want more fat girls proudly and unapologetically showing their cute selves.
So LETS GET STARTED! Like and reblog this to get the word out and I will be checkin out every blog that does and I will follow you as long as you’re not a porn blog!!
***I say fat positive because yes I love body positivity all around but I want to just see my body type more on MY dash that’s all! All bodies are good bodies!!!***

(Also if you’re still on the journey to loving yourself but you’re not quite there yet, please reblog or like and I will follow you also!!)

Even if you’re not a big girl yourself feel free to reblog for your followers to see ☺️☺️☺️

So today I don’t have a sweaty selfie for you because I started Yoga With Adriene’s Yoga Revolution. I was supposed to do Yoga Fix today but I don’t enjoy it so I decided to start this instead.
I’m on my last day of my first round of 21 Day Fix. I plan on starting my second round right away tomorrow - but I’ll post more about my experience tomorrow. I want this whole eating healthy and working out thing to be second nature instead of an afterthought.

Different bodies exist in different shapes and sizes and they always will – no matter how much we are taught to hate certain bodies and no matter how much we hate ourselves for being embodied in a way that is unacceptable to mainstream discourse(s). This is why fat bodies are always under attack: not because everyone cares about fat people’s “health,” but because in their very existence, fat bodies present a danger to the status quo simply because they ‘fail’ to conform to the many ways we are required to police our own (and each other’s) bodies every single day.
—  Asam / IGF