"So things go."

— F. Scott Fitzgerald, Dearly Beloved (via theunquotables)

breastanxiety:

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I have suffered from an eating disorder and still struggle alot with my bodyimage and mind. I used to treat my body like shit. Starting recovery, gaining weight, relapse and losing weight. Which caused stechmarks all over my body and boobs.I hated my boobs and all female curves on my body. But finding this site and those brave girls gave me hope, that one day I will love my body as it is, a beautiful and unique gift from mother nature.
bingedrunk:

when straight people talk to gays
bingedrunk:

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bingedrunk:

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bingedrunk:

when straight people talk to gays
bingedrunk:

when straight people talk to gays
yeule:

My Wife Yoko, 1968-1976 
Nobuyoshi Araki
tlcrmt:

I don’t always love my belly. It’s not a part of myself I often show in my photos, but in honor of Body Positivity Monday, I thought I’d attempt to embrace it for a change. Thank you for creating this space where flaws can seem a little less flawed, a little more beautiful.
Naked News Girl.

— I LOVE this picture so much! I totally understand where you are coming from. My stomach is a constant struggle for me too. I have found that by forcing myself to photograph it and share it has helped me immensely in my acceptance. I love your pale skin and your dark nails gripping your beautiful flesh. So touching that you would share it here. Happy BPM!

"Far too many people are looking for the right person, instead of trying to be the right person."

— Gloria Steinem (via feellng)

(via duplication)

shez-a-bitch:

http://shez-a-bitch.tumblr.com/
lelaid:

Kate Moss by Mario Testino for Harper’s Bazaar, April 1996
thebelltsar:

“Saccadic 1,” 2009. Oil on Canvas. Cara Thayer & Louie Van Patten.