Plus size dating confidence
If you want the pleasure of making the “kai-kai” with this goddess, you damn well better be hitting the gym every day, while she watches from the sidelines stuffing her face with another goddamn donut. Just before the five minute mark, Anna spews the most flattened and desiccated cliche of the whiny fat girl: Nope, nada, nilch.Then she goes into talking about how watching during her LUG (Lesbian Until Graduation, for the oldsters in the audience) stage and becoming dismayed because there weren’t any fat rug-munchers on the show. I was a geeky video game addict pirating Sonic Youth albums via Lime Wire and even wasn’t dumb enough to fall for the “lipstick lesbian” myth. While it’s true that men prefer women with a degree of confidence (if only to lessen the chance she’ll become a bunny-boiling, codependent stalker), we don’t find it sexy.Plus Size Princess focuses on the ability to be confident and love ourselves even if we are rejected by society as bigger women.My favorite part about this website is that it emphasizes getting healthy – mentally, emotionally, and physically – not just getting to the size we want based on society’s standards.Natalie admits that, until recently, her swimsuit styles looked like 'the same things my aunts would wear.Things with skirts on the bottom.'Then, Natalie says, she had a revelation: 'About three or four years ago, I really wanted to start pushing myself outside of the boundary of having to cover up.
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With summer drawing near, three plus-size women are out to prove that, no matter your size, rocking a bikini is never 'the end of the world.'In a new video from Strut, three plus-size women reveal how they came to embrace their curves, even during swimsuit season - one of the trickiest times of the year on everyone's fashion calendar.
Natalie, Simone, and Anna all share their body-positive views and open up about the secrets to their truly inspiring confidence.
I was like, "What would happen if I wore a cute swimsuit?
"' When Natalie did just that, and opted for a bikini instead of her usual frumpy swimwear, 'I realized the world didn't end,' she says.