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Fuck Yeah Pear-Shaped Girls

Jul 6 '14

wanafrick asked:

this blog tho <3
Jul 6 '14

Loving my body for the first time in my entire life! :D

Loving my body for the first time in my entire life! :D

Jul 1 '14

terriblethoughtsx asked:

Yes pear shaped people <3 I hate my body but I have a pear shape and your blog made me feel so much better xx

Don’t hate your body!  WE LOVE YOU.

Jun 18 '14

ragin-cajun-boomshakalaka asked:

I've always though I was "frumpy". Seeing all these girls actually made me proud for once. Also I realized I'm not dressing appropriately for my shape as i didn't think it was possible. I'm excited to go shopping for clothes for the first time!
Jun 10 '14
Jun 5 '14
"It is just a body. The more you can be neutral about a body, the better. Bodies change, and many times they change from things out of your control. Bodies do not, and never will, have anything to do with your value."
Jun 5 '14

kamboner asked:

i wish i was pear shaped. There's a girl in my class who is and he has a big butt and nice legs and a flat stomach but has a cute little tummy and it makes me jealous (but not the mean kid if jealous tho) and I just hate me body and how I look. My face is crooked and I know I'm 14 and I'll change but it just bothers me a lot :c even if I was at a weight I liked, I still hate my body shape. I don't even know what it is. My looks stress me out.

Hey, trust me, that girl in your class is probably stressing about her looks just as much as you are.  Your age is probably the hardest stage to get through.  I’ve found that the older you get, the more comfortable you get with your body, either because you just stop caring so much (because it’s exhausting!), because people that love you will help you build up your self-esteem or because you learn little personal tricks that make you feel better (and maybe look better, too).

For me, for whatever godforsaken reason, I was bequeathed with a gappy-overbite and Girl-with-the-Dragon-Tattoo eyebrows, a lazy eye, in addition to my short legs and wide hips.  Even though I agonized over them at your age, I eventually stopped caring about my hips (because, whatever, they’re there and I have a booty and my boyfriends all liked them and boom), I learned how to fake having eyebrows, I give myself symmetrical eyes with make up, and I trained myself to hold my jaw in a certain position (kind of like how the rubberbands on braces do), so now it’s just natural.

You body is not done changing, either.  Not even close.  My tits bloody disappeared in my early twenties and are kind of coming back, but not really.  You have to understand that your body is not in stasis, that it will change and will continue to change your entire life.  You’ll gain weight and lose weight and your hair will get chopped off and grow and back and you’ll get tanned and pale and wrinkles and chipped teeth and stretchmarks.  It’s all part of being human and it’s something we all have in common.  

So I know it’s a lot easier to say that it is to hear/do, but don’t stress, and start telling yourself nice things about your body, because you deserve to hear it. 

Jun 4 '14
22 years old, I love drawing pear shaped women. I especially love exaggerating the curves :)

22 years old, I love drawing pear shaped women. I especially love exaggerating the curves :)

Jun 4 '14

jadynerose asked:

What kinda of casual shorter skirt should I wear I have a few maxi skirts but idk what to pick for style or material of shorter skirts I'm 34-25-39 what would look good????

It’s all about what you feel most comfortable with!  I have a few maxis, a few that are flowy and hit right at the knee and some shorter flowy ones.  The main style I try and stay away from are super tight/stretchy short skirts, but that’s just because I HATE when they ride up and I’m always tugging on them and feeling uncomfortable.  I also like bending over without flashing everyone!  Just try on everything and move around, wear what makes you feel good.  

Jun 4 '14
I&#8217;m trying to get fit and lose some weight, so I&#8217;m not entirely happy with my body. But I am happy with the things I can&#8217;t change, like my shape. No matter how much weight I lose, my thighs stay big and my hips continue being really wide. But honestly? I&#8217;m happy about that. Not even just okay with it. I&#8217;m really happy about it! I don&#8217;t try to &#8220;balance out&#8221; my figure with ruffled tops anymore, or wear strapless tops to try to &#8220;visually widen my shoulders&#8221; and I just laugh when articles for pear shape girls warn us not to wear anything that could draw attention to our rear, our &#8220;least flattering location&#8221;. I&#8217;m embracing everything that makes me a pear, and I&#8217;m not gonna spend any more time or energy trying to find ways to hide it! 

I’m trying to get fit and lose some weight, so I’m not entirely happy with my body. But I am happy with the things I can’t change, like my shape. No matter how much weight I lose, my thighs stay big and my hips continue being really wide. But honestly? I’m happy about that. Not even just okay with it. I’m really happy about it! I don’t try to “balance out” my figure with ruffled tops anymore, or wear strapless tops to try to “visually widen my shoulders” and I just laugh when articles for pear shape girls warn us not to wear anything that could draw attention to our rear, our “least flattering location”. I’m embracing everything that makes me a pear, and I’m not gonna spend any more time or energy trying to find ways to hide it!