I know you might read my post and think I am only for curvy women and have a biased opinion towards it. But I don’t.
I believe that everyone is beautiful, but sometimes bigger girls are the first to be called out about how they look and are ridiculed about it. Does that seem fair?
It isn’t fair.
Girls should be able to feel comfortable in the skin they were born with, I am not saying that you have to big or have to be skinny to be happy. I am saying that if you are happy, healthy, and love yourself, then forget everyone else.
Girls need to remember why they are beautiful again, though I talk about curvy girls a lot, my post do not single out every other girl in the world.
Whether you are:
Have a Butt
Curvy all over
The list can go on, but the bottom line is, you are beautiful, so don’t be quick to single yourself out.
~Curvy n’ Perky~
Because I’m all about that BASS no TREBLE!
If you haven’t had the chance to hear this song, it was literally made for curvy girls all over the world! Take a look.
Have you ever just wanted your voice to be heard? To speak your mind without others pushing you to keep your mouth shut. That’s when you have to take a stand! Now I’m not saying you should be rude or think your opinion is all that matters, but to let your voice be heard and to also hear what others have to say.
Sometimes people just want someone to listen to them, to see their point of view. You don’t have to agree with someone, just listen! Everyone has something they want to fight for, so shouldn’t we give them the right to do so?
I say it’s time to let the little person be heard! Whose with me?!
~Curvy n’ Perky~
It has come to my attention (well more like been on my attention) that plus size is bad….. like kick to the curve, not something you want to deal with kind of bad. Why is that? Now before we go into the whole, ” Everyone should be healthy and fit” speech, whose to say that you can’t be curvy and healthy. Just because you have curves and your caboost is a little larger than most, doesn’t make it a bad thing.
I know it was always sad when I was younger to buy clothes because the plus size areas in department stores made me feel boring! I mean come on, I wanted to wear the sparkly shirts and pretty skirts like most girls, but that wasn’t offered in my section. So it makes me wonder that we are teaching our children that skinny is right and chubby is wrong, setting them up for bullying in school.
Since we are part of society (and aren’t leaving) then we should be projected the same way people of a smaller size are. Don’t segregate, bring us together as one no matter the size!