Anonymous asked:
You're a cunt.

foshoitsnikki:

Wrong. I’m a female. I do happen to have a vagina because of my gender and I do realize that a ‘cunt’, as you so eloquently put it, is another adjective for a vagina but it is not anatomically correct or a pleasant word. Just because I have one doesn’t mean that’s all I am. By that assumption then, I am eyes, lips, hair, legs, butt, boobs, skin, muscle, bones, etc.

I am more than simply a vagina, good anon. I am the sum of my parts. I’m a female, named Nikki who gives zero shits about your hate. I’m glad I could educate you on the incorrect status of your sentence though, have a nice day.
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tautochronegrave:

fitty-bitty-body:

This just blew my mind and I’ve never seen forgiveness in this way.

A good way to look at it.

tautochronegrave:

fitty-bitty-body:

This just blew my mind and I’ve never seen forgiveness in this way.

A good way to look at it.

"When you find yourself drowning in self-hate, you have to remind yourself that you weren’t born feeling this way. That at some point in your journey, some person or experience sent you the message that there was something wrong with who you are, and you internalized those messages and took them on as your truth. But that hate isn’t yours to carry, and those judgments aren’t about you. And in the same way that you learned to think badly of yourself, you can learn to think new, self-loving and accepting thoughts. You can learn to challenge those beliefs, take away their power, and reclaim your own. It won’t be easy, and it won’t happen over night. But it is possible. And it starts when you decide that there has to be more to life than this pain you feel. It starts when you decide that you deserve to discover it."
Daniell Koepke (via thelittleyellowdiary)

Marzia Bisognin + British accent [x]

vwlove:

If I were asked to describe what I see myself as in this world using one word, I would call myself a wanderer. I live in the moment. I have no definite plan of where I want to be in two, five, or ten years. Is that a bad thing? I don’t think so.

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go visit psych2go
Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go visit psych2go

Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

hourglassandclass:

This is the fourth submission for my art showcase, and a special one for me since it’s a submission from a truly wonderful friend of mine. I am so inspired by her, and appreciative of her support. Here’s what she has to say:
"For the past couple of years I have been singled out as the “skinny one” in my group of friends, and have felt a tremendous amount of pressure from the constant entitlement people have to comment on how my body is different and superficially “better” than theirs. As such, I would have never dreamt of submitting a photo of myself to you, for fear of comments telling me I’m not curvy enough to be included, whilst I’ve never been small enough to fit into the media’s idea of beauty.
The truth is that I have never (and never will) fit into one of the body shapes that are accepted by the media, but this no longer bothers me, as bodies are changing constantly, and there is an infinite number of beautiful bodies.
This is a sketch of a photo of myself that I did in a few minutes (my other arm is actually around the shoulders of you, my closest friend).
Congratulations on 30,000 followers, you have worked so hard on this blog and it has become something much more powerful than you (or I) ever believed it could be!”
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hourglassandclass:

This is the fourth submission for my art showcase, and a special one for me since it’s a submission from a truly wonderful friend of mine. I am so inspired by her, and appreciative of her support. Here’s what she has to say:

"For the past couple of years I have been singled out as the “skinny one” in my group of friends, and have felt a tremendous amount of pressure from the constant entitlement people have to comment on how my body is different and superficially “better” than theirs. As such, I would have never dreamt of submitting a photo of myself to you, for fear of comments telling me I’m not curvy enough to be included, whilst I’ve never been small enough to fit into the media’s idea of beauty.

The truth is that I have never (and never will) fit into one of the body shapes that are accepted by the media, but this no longer bothers me, as bodies are changing constantly, and there is an infinite number of beautiful bodies.

This is a sketch of a photo of myself that I did in a few minutes (my other arm is actually around the shoulders of you, my closest friend).

Congratulations on 30,000 followers, you have worked so hard on this blog and it has become something much more powerful than you (or I) ever believed it could be!”