Reminder that while the concept of virginity is technically a social construct, your sexual debut is still allowed to be special to you, and you are still allowed to wait and want to make it meaningful, and your self-perception is still allowed to change after you have sex. Just as long as you’re doing these things for yourself, and not because someone told you that you should.
You do you.
und-die-wellen-weinen-leise asked: do you think it's okay to actively change your body while being body positive? for example, let's say you like the way your butt looks, but you're starting to do strength training with the intention of making it look bigger and rounder (or whatever) trough it. i'm having a discussion with one of my friends about this and i can't decide whether or not this is like "shammed" body positivity.
There’s a difference between being body positive towards others and being body positive towards yourself, the latter being much harder than the former. The want or need to change your body comes from insecurity or otherwise negative feelings towards your own body brought on by many outside forces, which are not body positive obviously. In short my answer is yes you can still be body positive but it’s highly likely by wanting to change your body you still have internalized self esteem issues and could use more time working on self acceptance and loving who you are as you are.
Anonymous asked: Do you think there's a difference in fat and obese? Like, once it starts to effect your health (not saying you have this problem gorgeous) do you think they should lose weight?
I think that’s for the individual to decide and it’s really no one’s business what they choose to do and why.