Oh you Pretty Things.

callieohpeee:

when i was around 5 i asked my mom why “some people were different colors” and she said “because god wanted lots of flavors” and let me tell you that was the wrong thing to say because for the next 3 years i thought god ate people when they died

(Source: fujiwaranomokou, via ruby-brown)

meghantonjes:

or people that you just don’t have good energy with because you’re convinced that you have to force this friendship, and really what it’s going to be built on at a certain point is just mutual loathing and resentment (x)

i love gifffsssss

(Source: aprotessional)

themilitantbaker:

I’m often asked if by promoting body love, I’m glorifying obesity.To that I say: If you’re really concerned about health, you’ll ignore the largely irrelevant factor of weight and focus on more significant issues like: making sure families can afford nutritious food and have access to education that allows them to provide. You’ll also focus on providing un-biased healthcare and you’ll help de-stigmatize mental illness so people aren’t afraid to ask for help and can lead mentally healthy lives which then allows physically healthy lives.But regardless of health: I believe in glorifying all bodies. All of them. Because every single person in the entire world deserves to feel good about and love themselves. It’s that simple. Fat and thin; healthy and unhealthy. Everyone deserves happiness and when people start to embrace themselves just as they are, the world as we know it will transform into a happy, balanced, healthier (physically and mentally), and more beautiful place.So y’know what I glorify?
I glorify HAPPINESS.
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Join in on the #GlorifyHappiness campaign by posting a happy full-body picture with the hashtag #GlorifyHappiness and a reason you love your body to show that self-love is for all bodies and all people.For more info, you can visit The Militant Baker <3

themilitantbaker:

I’m often asked if by promoting body love, I’m glorifying obesity.

To that I say: If you’re really concerned about health, you’ll ignore the largely irrelevant factor of weight and focus on more significant issues like: making sure families can afford nutritious food and have access to education that allows them to provide. You’ll also focus on providing un-biased healthcare and you’ll help de-stigmatize mental illness so people aren’t afraid to ask for help and can lead mentally healthy lives which then allows physically healthy lives.

But regardless of health: I believe in glorifying all bodies. All of them. Because every single person in the entire world deserves to feel good about and love themselves. It’s that simple. Fat and thin; healthy and unhealthy. Everyone deserves happiness and when people start to embrace themselves just as they are, the world as we know it will transform into a happy, balanced, healthier (physically and mentally), and more beautiful place.

So y’know what I glorify?

I glorify HAPPINESS.

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Join in on the #GlorifyHappiness campaign by posting a happy full-body picture with the hashtag #GlorifyHappiness and a reason you love your body to show that self-love is for all bodies and all people.

For more info, you can visit The Militant Baker <3

(via meghantonjes)