what a perfect body

Big girl appreciation day February 19th- 20th 2016

Big girl appreciation day February 19th- 20th 2016 Soooo you guys Bgad was extremely successful. I been lowkey busy recently but ive known for awhile know that the 19th and 20th were the perfect days for the next one. What way to celebrate your body than a few days after valentines day! Im so excited to see all the cute photos and themes you guys think of! This is gonna be real cute.

Bgad will be seasonal. So well have some time between to prepare to get out best photos ready for these amazing days! Last time a lot of people couldn’t participate and that upsets me cuz yall are all so beautiful. So I cant stress enough how important it is to boost this and mark it on your calendars. A LOT of people didn’t even know about it until the day of. We can get this circulating better so more women can participate.

So Boost this you guys let everyone know whats up!!! .

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Fuck, this is what i call a perfect girl. With a body like this, big tits and big ass, paired with the sluttiest yet amusing face. I bet every single friend of her gets turned on and fantasises about making love to this goddess. And one day she’ll fulfil the role of that sex goddess of these perverts by teasing and pleasing to their heart’s contents. With a white cock, she must be trained. She uses her skills and body to please every single man she knows and make sures their cocks are soaked dry all over her face as she smiles with content. I fucking love this slut.

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Charlie + Looking Down (requested by gangstergish)

“Ever eat with that prick? He has his dinner, then he has yours.”

Because everyone should love themselves, and they shouldn’t strive for perfection.
—  Harry Styles, after a brief pause when asked why the boobs on his mermaid tattoo were saggy. He could’ve been glib. He could’ve laughed. He could’ve just said, “I don’t know.” But he paused. And he thought. And he said this. And this is why he is so, so special.

And here’s another revelation - no matter what we do, we’ll never succeed in attaining the ‘perfect’ body or the ‘perfect’ face. This isn’t just because perfection is an unattainable goal; it’s because capitalism relies on people being constantly unhappy so it can keep selling us the promise that consumerism will make our lives better.

- Clementine Ford, Fight Like a Girl

ARTIST: KEYEZUA 

PHOTOGRAPHY/COLLAGE 

TITLE: AFROEUCENTRIC FACE ON

YEAR: 2016 

LUANDA, ANGOLA

In 2016 London-based plastic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva developed a scientific facial mapping technology evaluating Amber Heard, Kim Kardashian and other caucasian women as the women with the most beautiful face in the world.

In a world with mixed humans, using methods that were made to whitewash beauty standards and make women of color feel less attractive means that we are mentally colonizing ourselves and letting writers, specialists and scientists continue to carry the worth of our existence by letting them write articles that our children read to reshape their mind into the mind of a contemporary slave of eurocentric beauty standards.

With this body of work I first portray the face of one of the women with the most beautiful face and I slowly vandalize the face by changing its feature into AFROEUCENTRIC destroying what is considered perfect to exhibit beautiful black features.
Women portrayed in this body of work are aware of their beauty and they want to expose it by destroying the mask that the world continues to shape, a mask that gives women the illusion that when you don’t have an eurocentric feature, you are not beautiful.
Women, If we don´t manifest resistance our pure existence as black, beautiful women will disappear.


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The western media has an ambiguous influence in Africa. African television, magazines and the fashion industry seems to follow eurocentrism without questioning what we became after our independency and how our blackness is being televised.
The influence is noticeable in the choices our African women have with beauty standards. Although we have managed to create a natural hair revolution, we still have to cope with aggressive propaganda non caucasian women face daily from newspapers to magazines to remind us that when it’s not Eurocentric it’s not considered beautiful.
Today with the use of internet even without following mediocre news pages of your interest on Facebook or Twitter the wind blows into your direction, you are confronted with studies that want to reshape your ideals about your own definition of beauty.
The articles and advertisement contain images that are a loud bully to those that don’t have the Eurocentric features, these blatant articles contribute to the racial challenges we are facing today.
As a woman of color I grew up not knowing how to react to the fact that my features were not considered beautiful. It was also noticeable that in our society, we have black children and asian children that somehow lost the battle and opt to make groups when their features would in a small way meet the eurocentric beauty standards that are taking us back to colonialism and segregation. Praising fair skin, a small nose bridge, straight hair and colored eyes.
When I studied, big lips and a wide nose bridge was considered less attractive to white schoolmates. Uneducated black children with similar features would remind you that you were too African to be part of the group because they somehow had one feature that made them part of the beauty circus created centuries ago to divide black people and make them unstable and weak as a group.
A strong education could have saved these children but growing up in a western country, white oriented schools have history books that are not an education weapon to shape children to believe that you are beautiful no matter your color or features.
The manifestation of beauty lays deeper than your facial features, individually or with the guidance of our parents children can be introduced to books that explain this aggression in magazines and television. It´s abusive and as a child anything that you receive can easily shape your mind and change your thoughts for life.
This year London-based plastic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva developed a scientific facial mapping technology evaluating Amber Heard, Kim Kardashian and other caucasian women as the women with the most beautiful face in the world.
In a world with mixed humans, using methods that were made to whitewash beauty standards and make women of color feel less attractive means that we are mentally colonizing ourselves and letting writers, specialists and scientists continue to carry the worth of our existence by letting them write articles that our children read to reshape their mind into the mind of a contemporary slave of eurocentric beauty standards.
With this body of work I first portray the face of one of the women with the most beautiful face and I slowly vandalize the face by changing its feature into AFROEUCENTRIC destroying what is considered perfect to exhibit beautiful black features.
Women portrayed in this body of work are aware of their beauty and they want to expose it by destroying the mask that the world continues to shape, a mask that gives women the illusion that when you don’t have an eurocentric feature, you are not beautiful.
Women, If we don´t manifest resistance our pure existence as a black, beautiful women will disappear.

Thank you for reading, share your experiences with me.

E: Keyezua@gmail.com

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Don’t ever let what people say bring you down. You’re body is perfect just the way it is.

EXO Reaction || Coming Home And Seeing Their Girlfriend Topless In Front Of A Mirror, Holding Her Breasts And She Casually Asks Them If they Think Her Boobs Are uneven
Similar Reactions:

| SVT | BTS |

Baekhyun

“I’d probably have to check it myself”


Chanyeol

“Your breasts are…”
*Laughs because he literally feels weird about the situation*
“Look, I can tell you in bed tonight, ok?”


Chen

“Doot, doot, doot~ boner. Doot, doot, doot~”


D.O.

/ So should I stare at her boobs or will that be impolite /


Kai

“I don’t see a difference”


Yifan

“What are you talking about and why are you shirtless?”


Lay

“Well, I think your body looks perfect”


Luhan

“What did you ask? Sorry, I was kinda lost for a second there”


Sehun

“I can’t tell from looking”


Suho

“Maybe? Or not? I don’t know, breasts are breasts, does it matter?”


Zitao

“Why are you asking me? Should they be different size or what?”


Xiumin

“Pff, silly. A guy wouldn’t notice any difference”


[ MORE EXO REACTIONS ]

my boyfriend told me today that he has a thing for chubby girls which made me want to binge so badly so i could be perfect for him in the way he wants…but this is my body and it’s about what i want for me. and what i want is to be skinny and perfect FOR ME. i don’t care what type of body he prefers. i want to be skinny so dammit i’m GOING to be skinny.

All Evidence That Could Possibly Indicate Trans Girl Marco #31

*Marco covers the mirror when he showers because Marco is ashamed of their body - Season 2, episode 13*
Relevance Level: 10
Explanation: Welp, it’s finally happened. It’s finally gotten to the point where I will be honestly surprised if Marco isn’t trans. ‘Marco Diaz covers the mirror when he showers because Marco is ashamed of his own body’ what a line. What a bloody brilliant, perfect line.

For those of you who don’t understand why I’m so happy, this line confirms that Marco experiences dysphoria.

Confidence and self esteem doesn’t come from having the body which society claims to be the perfect one, but by loving yourself and having the right mindset. We can’t ask people to feel good because from the outside appearance their body is similar to (the illusion of) the “perfect body”. We can’t assume they are fine and happy with their lives. Because it is not about what we look like, but about society trying to make us all feel uncomfortable in our bodies. It is a huge brainwashing system, goals set so high no one can ever reach it. In this system, no matter how hard you try, you’ll never be good enough. This system is not okay at all, it is unfair, it is cruel. So let us stop hating about each other’s bodies. Let us unlearn what society taught us. We are all in this together. We need each other’s support. Your body is your home, so care for it, be nice to it and give to it what it needs.

You ARE beautiful. He is beautiful, she is beautiful. No fucking matter what you or he or she looks like. All bodies are good bodies.

Flaws and insecurities
On display for all to see
Inside you feel nothing but doubt
Think of what you go without
Your body isn’t perfect
Your hair isn’t curled
An image of beauty
Dreamt up by the world
You dislike your face
You hate your voice
You feel out of place
Now you’re stuck in the void
The void of society
It tells you what they want to see
Be skinny, be flawless
Be pretty, be smart
But what they can’t see
Is that you’re a work of art
Inside and out there is beauty untold
Every bruise, tear, and scar
As your story unfolds
Who decides who is perfect
Who decides who is not
Embrace yourself
And the body you’ve got
Yes, there are flaws and insecurities
And yes it’s on display for anyone to see
But if we’re all as imperfect
As we seem to be
Let me ask you this
Who’s really looking?

Another poem I created, feedback appreciated! Remember to love yourself.