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SexIs Subjective: It'd Be Easier To Love Our Bodies If It Weren't For Other People.

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Everyone wants to love their body, it's just that everyone has a different method. Some accept their body as is, rejecting society's perception of beauty. Others work tirelessly to conform, and still more find a different path. What nearly everyone is saying, through all their work, is that people should stop judging based solely on appearance.



I'm fat and I've finally accepted myself. Ironically, it wasn't because of any personal self-acceptance but the acceptance of other people, men especially, that I have finally learned to let go of what critics would say about me. (And for those wondering what I mean by fat, I am 305 pounds.)

Through the internet, I found a local group of men who prefer BBWs. Having men compliment my body and believing that they mean it has done wonders for my self-esteem.

However, I also know that I am unhealthy. I am working to include more exercise into my daily routine. But I now know that once I achieve the level of health I want, even if I don't lose weight as a result, I don't have to worry about the nay-sayers because I know the truth. And my doctor can prove it.


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