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8:02pm September 16, 2014

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8:02pm September 16, 2014

“Can a thin person have body image struggles? Can a thin person be at war with their self-image? Can a thin person hate to look in the mirror?

Absolutely.

And does that suck?

Absolutely.

But the difference between these negative feelings and fatphobia is this: The only person worrying about whether or not I’m meeting beauty standards is me.

And that’s not the same for fat folk.

When you’re not thin, other people on the beach actually do take offense. When you’re not thin, people really do think that you shouldn’t be in a bathing suit. When you’re not thin, people really do make your body their moral obligation.

And while your internal struggle is real and significant, the point is: You might hate your body, but society doesn’t.

That’s thin privilege.”

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Let’s Talk About Thin Privilege — Everyday Feminism  (via atcamilacabello97)

Yeah, I’m actually gonna call bullshit on this. What I see, as a man, looking in from the outside, knowing women of all different shapes and sizes, is that society polices all women’s bodies, be they fat, thin or somewhere in between. If a woman’s thin she can be “too thin” or she “needs to eat”…maybe she’s “dangerously thin.” You just have to look at magazines and you’ll see that one week there’s a photo spread pointing out celebrity women’s cellulite, the next it’s the female celebrities who have “gone too far” and are “dangerously thin”…then the next it’s famous women at the beach who’ve “let themselves go.” Our society functions to tell women that their bodies are wrong, no matter what shape they are (and, of course, will then sell them the products that will “fix” them). How many jokes have you heard about Madonna’s arms? Remember when Geri Halliwell lost all that weight and everyone said that she had the body of a little boy?

Our society constantly tells women that their bodies are wrong. They’re too fat, they’re too thin, their boobs are too small, or too big, they shouldn’t wear too much make up, but they should make an effort, real women have curves, but they should have a thigh gap.

This is how it seems to me - there’s no such thing as thin privilege. Because all women’s bodies are policed, all women’s bodies are seen as public property and fair game to be commented on. If you’re a woman and you have a body you are constantly being told that it is wrong, no matter what shape it is.

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thank you ian (via alljustletters)

8:01pm September 16, 2014

kandismon:

i’ve been in rinrei hell for a while now and to make things even worse this preview just HAD to happen ;;;;;

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8:00pm September 16, 2014
7:58pm September 16, 2014
returntothestars:

It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.

returntothestars:

It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.

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7:54pm September 16, 2014

“E for ‘Exceeds Expectations.’ And I’ve always thought Fred and I should’ve got E in everything, because we exceeded expectations by just turning up for exams.”

— George Weasley, HPOotP (via moniker-d)
7:54pm September 16, 2014
7:13pm September 16, 2014
thewatchbreaker:

so i was browsing redbubble instead of doing my maths homework when i came across THIS and i can’t stop laughing hELP

thewatchbreaker:

so i was browsing redbubble instead of doing my maths homework when i came across THIS and i can’t stop laughing hELP

7:11pm September 16, 2014
Anonymous asked: Nah robots don't go to heaven but their parts can be recycled to make something else now imagine a Clear toaster amazing right??? ( No I'm not desperately trying to be positive no t at a l l)

allmate-ren:

(( I’m trying to draw fluff but you guys not letting me. ))

7:07pm September 16, 2014

corporateaccount:

date a girl who is your girlfriend