Here is Lolly (and Lolly, and Lolly) in a picture based on the works of UK photographer Katie Soze, whose blog at katiesoze.tumblr.com is well worth visiting.
Please refrain from pointing out that Lolly is unusually large: Lolly is aware of this fact, and I figured it out myself within five or ten minutes. So let’s just evaluate the picture, shall we?
If you want to say hello to Lolly privately, look her up at lollylikes.tumblr.com and tell her I sent you—unless you’re rude, in which case I don’t know you.
want. that. hair.
PERFECT TOTAL AESTHETIC.
I see you girl, with that real casual halfhalf hair, actin’ like it ain’t no thing.
SO! As I am sure most of you have noticed we didn’t have a crowning ceremony last night- I asked around and I found out why.
There was a little…accident with the Ballot box, apparent it got…
i understand that people that are very overweight are beautiful but it’s not about people accepting that they are beautiful it’s that it’s plain unhealthy, yes someone just barely overweight can be as healthy as someone whos at a healthy range but your body wasnt made to carry around excessive weight…im not badhing overweight people but they need to understand its about health and life worth
You can be fat and healthy, actually.
But the most important part is: Not your body? Not your business. Shame doesn’t help anyone. Stigma doesn’t help anyone. Vague future health threats don’t help anyone.
But if the only places that you hear that fat is always unhealthy are from mass media, which helps the diet industry make $40 BILLION (or more) profit per year, or from the medical community which is more interested in making money off prescribing pills and bariatric surgery, you might want to consider that you’ve been fooled. Also keep in mind that the government and medical community immediately throws out/stops funding any studies that prove that fat is not unhealthy.
I was going to reblog this picture before I saw the commentary. Reblogging for both!
I continue to be amazed that so many people apparently think it’s anything other than incredibly rude to comment on other people’s health like it’s a public topic.
Ready for prom!
((Pretend like this is colored, okay? I’ll finish it when I have time.))