Emily. 19. Chubby bunny. Sci-fi geek. Scrapbooker. Fatshionista. Panda. Whovian. Body positive. Modified. Obnoxious. Forgetful. Over-emotional. Friendly. Get to know me.
But if any of you would like to randomly talk to me on it, my username is EmilyPersephone (Same as my twitter, facebook, and instragram).
I am nice and enjoy conversating with people! I promise I will not bite or be mean unless you provoke me. If I don’t reply, I’m probably not near wifi or am busy and will reply when I have time. =]
If you try to “sext” me or have a “flirty” conversation, I will not reply. I am not interested in that at all. I will chat with you about body modification, fandoms, ships/otps, fashion, books, movies, cats, tortoise breeds, cosmetics, tumble, life in general, and other random things, but I will NOT “sext”. Kay? Kay. =]
As of late, I have been receiving many asks (most of which on anon), telling me that I post too mnay photos of myself, telling me that I am conceited, telling me that I am full of myself, and telling me that it’s stupid of me to “act like I hate myself and think I am ugly, but then post a bunch of pictures of myself”. People have also pointed out that I occasionally take photos that are rather revealing and show more skin than most people are comfortable with. People have been telling me that I have no self respect and I am a “slut or a whore” for sharing these provocative and revealing photos.
First off, yes. I do post alot of pictures of myself on my two blogs, as well as my facebook and twitter accounts. Hell, sometimes I post over 30 in one day. But these blogs, and accounts belong to me and it is your choice to follow me. If you do not want to see my face, body, or the things that I have to say, than unfollow me. Because I will not stop posting photos. Do not send me a message asking me to stop posting photos of myself. It is my blog and I will post what I want. End of story.
Second, there is a fine line between conceited and confident. Occasionally I am one, occasionally I am the other. Sometimes I am both simultaneously, and sometimes I am neither. I pride myself in being body positive and accepting myself. But that does not mean that I always do. What people do not realize is that self acceptance is not something you work towards, and then permanently achieve. It is an ongoing battle that constantly changes depending on hundreds of variables. No one loves themselves 100% of the time. I am only human. I have hormones and emotions and these change quite frequently and are beyond my control. Sometimes I love the way I look, and sometimes I hate it. But I pride myself on not giving up and I will always try to strive towards self acceptance and self love because I owe it to myself to love myself.
So yes. Sometimes I will make posts saying that I feel gross, or feel ugly or unattractive. Because sometimes I do honestly feel this way. Everyone does. It’s part of being human. I’m not posting these things because I want attention. Sure, attention is nice and I enjoy the kind compliments people send me (who doesn’t like being told that they are beautiful and important?), but I mostly make these posts because it is how I feel at the time. And I use this blog to express the things that I feel. I also want people to realize that I am not some crazy permanently confident person. I am just a normal girl who is striving to be the best she can be while attempting to not let the world get her down.
But then soemtimes I feel absolutly stunning and wonderful. And when I feel like this, I like to take pictures of myself. these pictures serve as reminders that I am beautiful, for the times I feel bad about myself. And yes, I post these pictures. Very often, in mass quantities. But as I stated previously: If you do not enjoy seeing my face on your dash, unfollow me. I am not forcing you to follow me or look at me. That is entirely your choice.
Third, yes I post revealing photos of myself Yes, I sexualize myself. But once again, if you don’t like it, don’t follow me. Sharing provocative or revealing photos of myself does not make me a whore or a slut. It does not mean that I have no self respect. I have plenty of self respect. But my body is mine, to share as I please. If you do not want to look at it, I am not forcing you to. But I will not hide myself simply because my body, my fat, my breasts, my face or anything else of mine makes you uncomfortable. You are welcome to unfollow me if this is the case. I am indeed a sexual being. I enjoy feeling sexy and beautiful and I enjoy it when others think I am sexy as well. This does not make me a bad person. It simply makes me human. I am comfortable with my body and my sexuality and I will not hide that simply because you don’t want to look at it. I do not sleep around (hell, I won’t even be sexually intimate with someone unless I am in a relationship with them), I do not partake in illegal activity (I am almost 20 years old which means that it is perfectly legal for me to show some skin on the internet if I so please), I do not go out of my way to hurt or insult people, and I like to think that I am in general, a good person.
There seems to be some confusion about my blog. This blog is not dedicated to Doctor Who. Yes, my URL is Doctor Who related, but that is because I am a proud Whovian and love the show and fandom with every fiber of my being. I do post alot of Doctor Who related things, but ultimately, this blog is about me, my life, the things I love, hate, and cherish. And I will post whatever I please.
The moral of the story, if you are offended, made uncomfortable, upset, triggered, or aggravated by anything I post, unfollow me. Do not send me messages asking me to change myself or my blog because I will simply tell yu to kindly stick it where the sun don’t shine.
Thank you very much and have a pleasant day! =]
I’ve been kind of slacking on it recently due to things going on in my personal life, but I am back and ready for submissions!!
Since this is primarily a fat positive/plus size fashion blog, please only submit photos if you are a fat/chubby/plus size/full figured/fabulous lady! Cross dressers and queens are also quite welcome!
If you submit photos, please make them tasteful. If they are NSFW, please be over the age of 18. No porn. If you submit text or links, please be sure that there is absolutely no body shaming of any kind and no offensive material. =]
I would like to make it clear that while this is indeed a body positive and fat positive blog, there will be no body shaming aloud. All women are real women, regardless of shape or size. All bodies are beautiful bodies and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. All women deserve to feel beautiful and happy, no matter what they look like.
I hope you check it out and like what you see! Send me asks if you have any questions, comment, or suggestions! =] <3
And also, if you support my blog and the body/fat/self positive/acceptance movement please reblog this post so that we can get the word out! =]
I am fat. This does not mean I am ugly or unattractive. It simply means that I am big.
I am sick of people sending me messages and chastising me for “putting myself down” by referring to myself as fat.
Fat is not a negative word. It is not synonymous with ugly or any other negative words. It is merely a descriptive word used to accurately describe my body type and shape.
Being fat is not a bad thing. Contrary to popular belief, you can be fat AND healthy!
I have perfect blood pressure, perfect blood sugar, perfect cholesterol, and no weight related medical problems. I am fat and I am in perfect health.
I will continue to be a part of the fat positive and fat acceptance movement and I will continue to label myself as fat.
The word fat only has negative connotations because of people who continue to use it as a negative term. But the reality is, it’s not a negative word at all!
So take a minute to think before you send me messages trying to “console” me for thinking myself fat. Becuase I do not need to be consoled. I do not need you to tell me that I am not fat and that I’m pretty, because I know that I am fat, and I am pretty.
I am proud of who I am. I am proud of my body, it’s shape, and appearance. I am a beautiful and fat woman and that is perfectly alright, so stop trying to tell me otherwise.
I will not feel shame, for I have nothing to feel shameful towards.