if someone told me “i’d make-out to the arctic monkeys with you” i’d probably vomit

I crave touch, yet I flinch every time someone is close enough.
I have become rather fearful I suppose.  (via dollpoetry)
Anonymous: I totally get the whole confidence thing and being comfortable in your own body, and you are absolutely beautiful might I add. But the truth is, and I know this may sound harsh, but you are genuinely obese and that is genuinely a health problem. Now I'm not saying drop everything and lose weight, because you rock the look better than I've ever seen someone do it, but you really do need to get some help because it is not healthy in any way at all to be morbidly obese.


Even when people try to word this as nicely as possible, I still just do not understand these kind of messages or comments.  Do you honestly believe that I am not aware that I am considered obese?  I mean, I regularly take pictures of my body, I post them online, I’ve grown up in this body, I’ve read what people say about bodies that look like mine..or bodies that are smaller than mine but still ‘bigger than they’re supposed to be’.  Do you think through all of that, I haven’t heard what you’re saying?  My username has the word ‘fat’ in it’, my posts are regularly posted under ‘fatshion’..I am not unaware of the size of my body or it’s mass.

If you truly understood the concept of self love and this ‘confidence thing’, then you would see that sending me this message has absolutely nothing to do with any of it.  I haven’t even ever really talked about health on here or denied that there ARE certain risks that come with being fat..because that’s not what my blog is about.  My body and someone viewing it is not an open invitation to talk about what you think I need to be doing with it.  If I was miserable, if I was asking for advice, if I was looking for help..that would be an entirely different thing.  That isn’t what happened though.  You saw pictures of my body and assumed it needed fixing. My body is not something I view as a problem, I don’t need ‘help’ with it.  If you understood what you say you do, you’d get that.

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