It's easy to feel poorly about one's body when constantly bombarded by images emphasizing an often unattainable physical ideal. This blog is my attempt to promote body positivity by providing a forum for celebrating a more diverse range of body types. No one should be made to feel less worthy of love or respect due to not meeting an arbitrary standard of beauty. If you agree, check out my blog!


Hang—tough sent in this gorgeous submission. Thanks for sharing :)
Lovethelifeyouliveee sent in this awesome submission. Here’s what she said:
"Hello my name is Bethani Rose! I’m a self taught makeup artist & curvy fashionista! My dream is to be a role model and show people that just because you’re a little bigger doesn’t mean you have to hide behind layers of clothes! Curvy is beautiful and I am beyond ready to help people learn to embrace it!Please subscribe to my YouTube channel www.youtube.com/b3fm1xoAND please check out my curvy fashion blog www.bethanirose.com
Thank you xo”
Thanks for sharing :)
Casual and cute!  
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Fuckingwh0reible sent in this lovely submission. Thanks for sharing! :)

Anonymous said: Hi, i have a very very small brasize and i feel super insecure about it. Iknow this blog is mainly for curvy body types but i mean body positivity is for all sizes right? Do you have tips on how to start appreciating my tiny titties?

Body positivity is absolutely for all body types! Everyone deserves to respect and love their bodies and feel confident. 

I don’t have any experience dealing with having smaller breasts, so maybe some of my followers might have specific advice for that. However, I can give you a few tips on general body positivity that may help. 

First of all, whenever I have a negative thought about my body, I recognize the thought, then consciously let it go. I then try to replace it with a positive thought. This might feel somewhat silly at first, but it’s a form of mindfulness and I find it really helpful in feeling in control of my thoughts about my body. 

Secondly, I like to think about all the great things that my body can do, rather than focusing on how it looks. After all, the purpose of your body isn’t to look good to other people, but rather to allow you to fully enjoy life and do all the things you love. 

Finally, I try to expose myself to a diversity of body types rather than the narrow ideal presented commonly in the media. By accepting and respecting all types of bodies rather than idolizing one type, I find it a lot easier to love and respect my own. 

I hope this helped, and I know I received a few messages from other followers about how to move towards a body positive mindset, so this applies to all of you as well! :)


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shaped--heartache said: I am so glad I stumbled upon this blog today. I have been feeling especially down about my body recently and this is a nice little reminder that beauty can come in all shapes and sizes. thank you

I’m so glad! Thank you for your lovely message :)


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Geishastitches sent in this lovely submission. Here’s what she said:
"Because you can be comfortable in your own skin and still look lovely in lingerie at any size."
Absolutely agree! Thanks for sharing :)
Evans Design Collection, London Fashion Week. Gorgeous!
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Publicseizures sent in this lovely submission. Here’s what she says:
"therapy says I need to be body positive and self-loving. here’s one step closer to that"
I’m glad that you’re working towards body positivity! Keep it up!
Palevis sent in this lovely submission. Here’s what she said:
"my name is danielle, and i hated myself for 15 years until about 4 months i learned to love myself. love yourself beautifuls, it’s the best feeling ever."
Thanks for sharing! I’m so glad to hear that you have learnt to embrace your body.
Marilyn Monroe at a circus themed charity event for arthritis in 1955. 
Gorgeous as always!
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Ilovebeingcurvy sent in this gorgeous submission. Here’s what she said:
"This is what I look like right now. No, my stomach isn’t as tightly toned as I’d like it to be, but it looks a whole lot better than it did just a short time ago, and I’m proud of my hard work. I’m not ashamed of what I look like anymore, and I know I’m beautiful."
That’s amazing. Good for you, and thanks for sharing!
Damsel-in-distressed-jeanz sent in this awesome submission. Here’s what she said:
"Feeling confident !"
That’s great! Thanks for sharing :)
Such a cute shot from Nicolette Mason’s collection for modcloth. Love the colours!
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Jms44 sent in this lovely submission. Thanks for sharing!