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Sexis Subjective: My Body, Not Myself.

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In a effort to not offend, are we making it acceptable to live with an unhealthy lifestyle?

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me too- 102-170 skinnyminny and chubbygirl.thanx

08/07/2012

thank you for the article

08/08/2012

I completely agree with you, I think it should be more about self acceptance than body acceptance. If you aren't healthy then you aren't healthy. There is nothing wrong with accepting who you are, because who you are is not determined by how you look. Body acceptance should not be accepting the fact that you're fat so you can continue to do nothing about it. It should be about accepting your natural SHAPE and striving to be the best that you can health wise.

09/09/2012

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