I didn’t even have to look into the mirror…
I felt the heaviness around my ribcage, and the weight pulling at my waist. I felt heavy all over and I felt like my frame was sucked up into this mass around it that now defined who I was in people’s eyes.
They made up their mind who I was as a person even before talking with them just by my physique. Most days I wanted to stay at home so I wouldn’t have to face the disappointment. I was ( I am) so much more, than just an overweight woman, but somehow I’ve lost my self-confidence, lost my compassion for life and for having fun.
I wanted to be better.
I wanted to be happy again, I wanted to be healthy, I wanted to be fit and I wanted people see the great person on the outside as well as who was hiding in the inside.
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"I understand loving your body, but why do you have to show so much skin? Where's your self respe-" Okay Susan, let's talk.
I've been noticing you around these parts quite a lot lately. You seem to think that it's impossible for a woman to claim and capture her own body in its most natural state, without her skin being for someone else's sexual gratification.
You seem to think that nudity instantly equates to sexuality, when in reality nudity might mean any one of hundreds of things, including, as the name of this page might suggest, a celebration of positive body image.
You don't realise that thinking SEX as soon as you see flesh is something you've been conditioned to think by a culture that teaches us all that women's bodies are objects for other people's consumption. And that the time you spend telling other women to cover up could be better used uncovering why it is you have that reaction, and unlearning it.
You link the amount of clothing a woman wears to how much they must respect themselves. This is a pretty archaic kind of sexism used to ingrain shame into women's relationship with their own bodies. You're allowed to value modesty, but you should work on accepting that what empowers you, isn't the same for everyone, and doesn't place you on any kind of moral highground.
So you see Susan, if seeing bodies being proudly shown and embraced as nature made them makes you uncomfortable, if you instantly sexualise anyone showing any skin, and if you think that slut shaming women is ever okay? This probably isn't the place for you. Oh, and you're part of the problem. K byeeeeee. 💜💙💚🌈🌞
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