Everyone is beautiful
This is a blog to celebrate women and their timeless beauty. For too long have we all seen the media only ever display this odd, edited and posed idea of woman. Now this has gotten to us in the past, but as we surf through Tumblr we all see these set up, edited images. Here we are looking at the spontaneous images, especially of those feminine and glamours old time starlets and of those today who continue the timeless style of curves and the hourglass figure. We love submissions, send them here: http://hourglass-inspiration.tumblr.com/submit And this is us, give us a visit if you are interested: http://lovescakelikeafatkidlovescake.tumblr.com/ http://librocubicularist.tumblr.com/
Everyone is beautiful
Lacey Schwimmer. Curvy girl can move!
Check out her recent article about her fight with her weight and finally accepting who she is.
Sadly celebrities have it worse than the rest of us when it comes to the pressures of always being a certain weight. Be proud of what you have ladies because in reality someone always has it worse than you. Just Love what you have and don’t let anyone bring you down. You are who you are. FAT, SKINNY, CURVY, PLUS SIZE, PETITE, TALL, or SHORT; we are all made differently. Just take care of yourself and stay healthy.
This is the type of body I want, CURVES- ever heard of them? I don’t a small body like a little boy, I want a toned womanly body.
Yes, I’m talking to YOU.
Seriously. I am so against Thinspos I will unfollow you there and then, whether you have a good blog or not.
it is sick. it is an illness. you should not be promoting it or encouraging it to others. These people could be vulnerable and weak and believe you when you say being thin will make you…
I really love seeing blogs promote girls who aren't stick figures! i think its great that there are people who find curves appealing. but what bothered me when i visited your blog was that you say "real women have real curves". i felt like this was putting down girls who don't have curves. just because they desire to be/are less than curvy doesn't make them any less of a woman, does it?
What I meant by the phrase ‘real women have curves’:
A real woman accepts who she is, warts and all
A real woman is grateful for who she is
A real woman is strong and confident
A real woman takes pride in herself
A real woman knows how to hold her head up in the face of adversity
A real woman chooses to ignore the critics that tell her what to do
A real woman stands up for what she believes in
A real woman is selfless
A real woman stands by her choices
To be honest, a lot of the ‘thinspo’ blogs are by young girls who sound like they have major personality, identity and emotional issues.
Those girls encouraging them to lose weight are helping a vicious cycle that can only end in deteriorating health.
These are just girls. They are not women. One day I hope they will mature into wonderful women.
The image of the ideal woman portrayed by the media is unhealthy. Women are not designed to be that thin. If a woman is naturally thin, so be it and I will not judge them. The women, and the girls who put vast amounts of pressure on their bodies to achieve the heroin chic, ‘skinny’ look, know they are making themselves unhealthy. And I think most of them are aware of this.
Biologically, women have more body fat than men. We are evolutionarily designed to see a woman with curves as desirable, because they are healthy. The human body has evolved so that women with curves are healthier.
I’m not saying I incorporate all of the above statements. Far from it. However, the women who take pride in their curves, when vehemently blasted by the media and other woman that they in fact should be ashamed of their bodies, are heroes.
That is what I mean when I say real woman have curves.