1) literally no one said anything about thin bodies, positively or negatively, in the comments. no one called anyone ‘too skinny.’ 2) several people made gross comments about obesity being ‘unhealthy’ and accused the models of ‘glorifying obesity’ (that old nonsensical chestnut) 3) if you are a size 00 and are upset about not being ‘included’ in a picture of a group of models, think about how people above a size 24 must feel, because.. they… god i don’t even have the mental energy to finish this sentence.
So it occurred to me that maybe my QR codes were getting out of hand and were unmanageable even with the tags system I had tried to use. SO~! I dedicated some time the last week to compile what is more-or-less my current supply of QR codes, and I plan to be adding onto these pages as I release more QRs in the future. I divided it up into three main categories OUTFITS, COSPLAY, and WALLS/PATHS.
If you notice any broken or missing links, please let me know! I would really appreciate it! As always, I’m still open to requests and you can email me references to email@example.com or send me direct links through tumblr messenger.
Well this photo came out kinda crappy and I think I cropped it to a weird size but I felt like shit and did not want to re-take it. So here you are.
[Image description: one full-body photo of a young woman (me) with dark red hair that is braided into pigtails. I am holding a metallic pink cane in my left hand. I have on a bright (but not neon) green T-shirt that says, “My other disability is a bad attitude” on it in plain, black letters. It is tucked into a plain black A-line skirt that ends a few inches above my knees. I’m also wearing green socks that have vegetables like carrots, onions, mushrooms, etc. on them. I have on my black, lace-up oxfords. I’m wearing square blue earrings and black lipstick. As always, I have on my round silver glasses.]