USA size 14/16
I wore this one day and my mom was like “Are you sure you wanna wear that top?” she is always looking out for my self confidence and as it grows, she becomes a little more unsure. I’m finally comfortable with my marks, my scars, my flubber. I feel like a sex goddess all of the time because I have these hips and curves. DON’T LISTEN TO ANYONE WHO SAYS YOU SHOULDN’T WEAR A CROP TOP BECAUSE ITS COMFORTABLE AS HELL. I love crop tops and I can’t wait to go to school and rock them. This blog helped me see that FAT IS FAB. Every single body type is beautiful because it holds the life and soul of a living being with interests and hobbies and secrets. Markings make me a galaxy with ripples and stars. Please, love yourself.
Daerian, size 14/16 US.
Finally accepting my weight and embracing the body that is mine and only mine. Couldn’t have done it without this kickass blog. Thanks so much to the other beautiful bunnies out there. :)
4th submission, I think. My name’s Katrina, I’m US size 18-20, and I love every minute! Sometimes I have bad days, but this blog and all of you incredible chubby bunnies make me realize that my size is a total asset. Thank you all for being incredible, and keep on being fabulous!! c:
Hi. My name is Amanda and I’m a US size 22/24/26 (pending fabric etc). I’m a happily married POLY queer woman. My hubs (who is a proud FTM) loves me not matter what size I am.
We both embrace who we are. We embrace good energy. We hope that you all can find the road to self love as we have.
I’m Stephanie, I’m 19, 215 lbs As of this morning. US clothing size 22 and Bra size 42H. I’m a Walmart associate and a raver. I’m getting really comfortable with my weight and I’m proud of who I’m becoming. Feel free to follow or message me I’ll more than likely want to get to know you. Thanks!
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Hi there! I’m Amelie. I’m 20 years old and live in beautiful Colorado. I am about a Size 12 (?) US to a Size 15 depending on how the clothes are made. I’ve always struggled with self image because my stepdad used to make me feel like shit at the tender age of 10. It’s taken me 10 years to get to the point where I am now. All I have to say is, that it feels amazing.
Hello! I currently live in Phnom Penh (Cambodia) working with youth to heal the country from the Khmer Rouge genocide and to move past the culture of political fear. I love this country, I love what I do, I love these people. However, the thing here is that size is seriously misunderstood. because I am a size 14 (US), it is expected that I will break any chair I sit in and am too heavy to ride a moto (like a motorcycle with a bit less horsepower) or a bicycle. Being big isn’t really seen as a negative thing here like it is in western culture, in fact it is generally a positive. However, that doesn’t make the constant questions such as “how many kilos?” or “how much meat did you have to eat to get to your size?” (I’m a vegetarian) any less awkward for me. Furthermore, I see the way my western friend that I travel with change how he views me the more comments I receive. He now thinks it’s okay to make jokes about me sitting on people and to tell me that my head is too fat to try on his glasses. Luckily, I am pretty damn self confident and don’t pay it much attention, but some days I just wish that I didn’t have to act stronger than anyone around me and less lazy than my friend just to be considered half as athletic or able. I do appreciate having the chance to show those around me how capable I actually am and to start spreading body positivity to all corners of the world! It is also worth noting that seeing the healing and acceptance process of these amazing people has seriously helped me on my path to self acceptance and peace. I hope that wherever your life takes you, you never forget to experience all that you can and never let fear of other people’s comments slow you down!
Russian girl in USA. 21 years old.
US size 18-20.
Starting to love my body and learning how to express myself through fashion.