Genderfluid/15/Colorado/Pansexual/They and Them
Hey, I'm Emi. I have a /me tag now too now!
Alright, I’ve seen a lot on this and I really have just one thing to say about Nicki Minaj’s “fuck skinny bitches” in Anaconda. While I don’t agree with putting down ANY body type in order to show how beautiful another is, I honestly think that all lot of you skinny people are making way too big of a deal of it. Look, as a person with a thin figure, I don’t get any shame for my body type from absolute strangers who are concerned with my “health.” In fact, last year I had to recover from an awful weight loss due to depression, which left me at a whopping 94 lbs. I’ve gained twenty pounds since then, and it’s been hell to force myself back into a regular eating schedule. However, throughout that entire time of being overly thin and frankly, sickly looking, not once did any person tell me how I should conduct my body. Thus proving that the vast majority of people who do that to fat people don’t actually care about their health. They are concerned with how thick women and men, etc. don’t line up with their idea of what should be pleasing to the eye.
No, body shaming is not okay. But instead of focusing on one line from a song, why don’t we as thin women, men, etc. shift our focus to how the media showcases our bodies over those who aren’t thin, and instead make a fucking difference. We don’t need to defend our right to have control over our bodies. Why don’t we help work towards a world where everyone can enjoy the same things that we do.
I wouldn’t date a tall female bruh we gon get in a argument and she gon put my phone on the top of the fridge
being genderfluid and pansexual means that no matter who i date, it is both a gay and a straight relationship. schrodinger’s gay.
OK SO I REVERSED SOME OF THE AUDIO IN THE BACKGROUND OF FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDYS AND HOLY SHIT GUYS I’M LITERALLY CREEPED OUT