Ladies and gents,
What is your take on this trend of #eefyourbeautystandards? Do you feel like it's just another fat excuse?
Also, ladies show us your own eff your beauty standards pictures of yourself! Or post you showing you support beauty standards.
Bigger girls can be attractive, sure. I think it's probably fact that most guys LIKE curvier girls, especially if pornhub's stats are anything to go by. No one actually wants to fuck a hungry skeleton, yet these fatasses will complain that's what all men want. It's just a sham to make them feel like they are being persecuted. The same lack of effort and self delusion that leads them to be so disgusting is also how they can blind themselves to the fact that it's self inflicted.
>What is your take on this trend of #eefyourbeautystandards?
I think it's pathetic and I'm an overweight woman myself.
>Do you feel like it's just another fat excuse?
Yes. They need to stop parading around acting like being unhealthy is a beautiful thing. Nothing is beautiful about ruining the one body you have. They're just weak-willed cunts who post this crap forcing people to look at their flab instead of taking responsibility and learning how to have a proper relationship with food.
I'm harsh on this subject because I've been obese since the age of eight and my body is completely wrecked as I've been losing more and more weight. It pisses me off that they're setting such a bad example for younger people.
>What is your take
Hilarious delusion taken to heart by people that appear deformed but have no legitimate deformity other than morbid obesity.
>Do you feel like it's just another fat excuese?
Yes. It's a cesspool of fat disgusting animals and attention seeking 'cutters'.
>Too fat = unhealthy
>Too thin = unhealthy
>Moderately thin to slightly chubby = healthy
>Healthy = beautiful
Beauty standards don't mean anything to normal people, they're utter bullshit and people who base their views around that bullshit should be stoned to death imho.
You know how women use pictures of thin women as 'thinspo', well I'm already thin so I use fat girls as thinspo to remind me to eat less and be more active. I'm all for this movement because it's a constant reminder of what I never want to look like
Curvy means healthy with big boobs and ass. Most guys love that body. OP's pic and all these other retarded girls are unhealthy, overweight or obese. That is almost universally unattractive.
I think it'd be legitimate if every man ever wanted only skellingtons with huge tits, permanent make up and nose jobs. However, they don't, and these hamplanets are using it to justify their own degeneracy instead of people using it to show that normal human dimensions are better than some perceived standards
Alright, fattymcfat girl here who has grown up all her life with body image issues, bulimia, and had an enabler of a mother for an unhealthy mind and body.
The idea of the message isn't to promote obesity or unhealthy bodies, it's more so to say "Hey, you're still a person that someone can and will find beautiful because your value isn't amounted to your physical body - you have a soul, whether you're fat or skinny or white or black." And that's something that a lot of girls, big and small, kinda forget along the road of life.
Now I get it, there are some fucking idiots who preach this entire concept as if being fat is a new fad and everyone should be fat because fat is this amazing body type and skinny cunts are gross. It's the same issue with feminism, the #blacklivesmatter movement, and a dozen other wonderful things that people have bonded together to support our of love for one another, you always get the loud mouth idiots to ruin things. Those guys can really just fuck off.
I 100% agree, promoting obesity or an unhealthy lifestyle is wrong, and I get how this entire #eefyourbeautystandards dances along the lines of that and I can see how some people view the whole of it like that. As a girl growing up with the life I did, I can tell you right from the start there were, not days, not weeks, -years- where I felt like I couldn't wear makeup because "I was fat and there was no reason to even love myself or even try to feel pretty because how could anyone like me if I was fat" Where I couldn't wear anything other then baggy jeans and a oversized hoodie because "I wasn't worth the time or money to dress up or dress like the other girls" This isn't a teenager or grown womans thoughts, this was me in Elementary, I wasn't some honey boo-boo tier fat as a kid, I was just really tall and I had a little more "baby pudge" then some of the other kids.
Basically, love yourself no matter who or what you are and always be strive to be a healthy, happy person.
>because your value isn't amounted to your physical body
This is how I feel about it.
It's hard for me to relate to a lot of this, since this is very entrenched in sexuality. Because it basically boils down to, "I only have value if people want to fuck me"
That's why you get phrases like, "Men want curves! Only dogs want bones"
It's about how fuckable you are. Which isn't fair, since there is a second person involved in the fucking process. And I'm not going to tell someone they are wrong for having preferences about who they have sex with.
Why is a girl worth something only if she's fuckable? Why is getting married considered the end goal of happiness? Why is it that when people talk about the fear of "dying alone" it's in reference to a romantic/sexual partner and not forging close relationships with friends and family?
I personally think people should stop shitting on fat people, partly because making someone feel bad about themselves just makes them eat more and deal with the problem less. I know from experience.
I think for a lot of fat ladies, they know they're unhealthy, they know they're not attractive to everyone, they just want to be left alone. Which is fine and simple. People feel they have the right to comment on other people's looks and bodies -- mostly if they're women -- and I think that's what this kind of post is more about. To keep the negativity to yourself and let people live.
It's kind of like going up to every smoker you see and berating them for making that choice or openly staring at them until they put the cigarette down.
And I think if thinner people are allowed to post their half-naked bodies, fatter people should be also. Just scroll past it. It's a free country.