I want people of all shapes and sizes to know that If I can do this and feel this happy and confident with myself, you can, too. Some days I didn't even do my hair or makeup, and just. They were from all different sorts of people, men and women both, but the majority of the comments were from fellow females: User: I wish I had your confidence! Diseases and health hazards effect all bodies, not just fat ones. And if all else fails, just get a. After a whole lot of trial-and-error, here's what I learned.
I may be comfortable posting half-naked photos of myself online for the public to see, but there are still so many who just haven't gotten there yet. Those haters have a long way to go before they can reach my high level, where they can never, ever touch me. How was I ever going to do that? There is such a powerful and grand community of love and support when it comes to , and it needs to be known that everyone is their own unique version of beauty. Footage shows the woman apparently taking a number of images of her derriere. User: You are so inspiring, and you help me to look in the mirror and love myself, something I never thought I'd be able to do. Something I am definitely not, and so every time someone posts a negative comment and I shrug it off without a second thought, I feel extremely triumphant and on top of the world. These words can't touch me or hurt me, and in fact, although these may be online versions of cat calls, what they also stand for is the.
I mostly noticed them after one fat-hating user would tag a few friends so that they could all see and laugh at my photo together. The contrast of your money maker against some rugged terrain, or crashing waves, only enhances the scenery and turns a boring old day of hiking into the perfect opportunity to stop, drop, and booty pop. These comments were the best, and the only ones that I let have any weight or power at the end of the day when it came to effecting me. As we've established, I'm not one who gets bothered — at all — by negative comments. Because if you can look at me and think I am beautiful, then you can surely look at yourself and think the exact same thing. It is not clear from the clip where the incident happened. First, I bent my arm as far back as it would go to grab a side photo.
Her shirt was pushed up, exposing her midriff, and her pants were down around her calves. I also have the majority of my followers on Instagram, so I figured the more people I could reach, the better. I made a very determined trip to my local La Senza, squeezed myself into the largest size they had to offer, came home, tossed out my Wonderbra and granny panties that my grandma bought me from the Women's Department at Sears, and decided from then on out that. So shed those clothes, ladies — and show me your underwear! She appeared to check her phone. This is what I do this for — to inspire other women to break out of hiding and to learn to love their bodies and be confident and proud. Use mirrors to your advantage.
No matter what clothing I decided to wear, I was still going to be fat. It wasn't something that I could ignore, and it wasn't something I could hide. It didn't help matters much that. When I was young, I used to be shy. The power here lies within the lingerie anyway, and not so much with the makeup and hair although I'll be the first to admit that feeling totally sexed-up is a confidence booster. And since I'm someone who struts around the house most days in only my underwear and a crown, I decided that I would post a photo online of myself in underwear every day for a week, just to see what happened.
The woman later pulled her shirt down over her stomach and hiked her pants up, and got her purse from the ground. Apparently, a big behind just adds fuel to the fire that was surely burning in many of these guys' loins — and they made sure I knew all about it: User: I want 2 do tings 2 dis booty User: I hope U like dark meat! Either do an over-the-shoulder smolder like Kimmy, or keep your face out of it and just snap a close-up shot of that donk. Just please watch out for pointy things and flying debris and children. I was one of those kids who stayed in at recess, had only one best friend, and usually kept to myself with my nose stuck in a book of some sort. But anyway, one of the things I was watching for when doing this experiment was the different sorts of comments people would leave me. I think nothing is hotter than a pair of lace cheekies — trust me, they're way more flattering than a thong.
As far as I'm concerned, these comments suggest a positive outcome to the photos posted, and support plus-size women being seen in a positive, sexual light. It also just so happens to be my favorite online space for the sharing of my personal life — I am, admittedly, a total selfie slut. But the logistics of taking a butt picture are about as easy as diffusing a bomb. Because, you know, no one would be able to tell just how fat I was under that tent-like shirt. I am confident in all aspects of my life, and I not only accept my body the way it is, but absolutely love my body the way it is. When I looked in the mirror, I was still fat.
Take a cue from Kim Kardashian, the queen of all things booty, and use a full-length mirror to capture your derrière. There were honestly so many positive comments on all the photos I posted and it's overwhelmingly flattering. It was something that I had to realize, accept and embrace. By the time my friend walked out of the shower, I was out of breath and sore from bending over backward to get a decent snap of my booty. You can be fat and unhealthy, and you can be thin and unhealthy — just as you can be fat and healthy, or thin and healthy. Today, I can say with pride that I have become the woman that my younger self always wanted to be. Nothing is a truer test of friendship than taking a sexy selfie together.
This past weekend, my friend and I shared a hotel room on our trip to Boston. To create the illusion of a bodacious shape, make sure your upper body is lower than your booty and snap away. Hey, I spent years building up this fabulous confidence I have now, and I plan on taking full advantage of it. No one can tell you that you shouldn't love yourself because they are uncomfortable with your body. There are people who think I'm disgusting, just because I'm fat? There is nothing that anyone can say that I haven't already heard, and fat haters are notoriously unoriginal when it comes to insults. I ended up getting three different types: the creepy comments, the negative comments and the positive comments. I would then take this photo, add whatever fun Instagram edits I wanted to it usually a filter of some sort, accompanied sometimes by a double-reversed edit of the photo for double the pleasure , and then post the photo publicly to my Instagram account at least once daily for seven days.
Don't let your fear of random people's disapproval stop you from loving yourself and showing it. Next, I tried an over-the-shoulder aerial shot. And we are a force to be reckoned with. What that said to me was that we are a strong community that stands together. Not everything needs a reason, after all. When my friend got out of the shower, she offered to help me take the photo, angling the phone so it seemed to be just me behind the camera.