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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.


Contributor: FloraBBW

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.

Contributor: pussy licker

thank you



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