These men make us look like cowards. Cowards, dammit. Source: dandyportraits
Dat Norfolk though. Tiger uppercutting the game.
Churchwell Bros. Keith and Andre snapped at work by coworker Cynthia Williams.
Body image is confusing right now in the US. Our media portrays an exaggeratedly skinny standard of beauty, while we’re at the fattest we’ve been (obese people account for 30% of the population and overweight people account for 69%). On the other hand, this figure that was so glamorous in years past came from a time when we were much thinner. When the population is mostly bean stalks, having hips, tits, and an ass stands you out. In a positive way. Unfortunately, our culture has decided to accommodate our ballooning by vanity sizing our clothes, making up stories about Marilyn Monroe being a size 14, and dismissing the health consequences . I’m a feminist, I believe women are unfairly marginalized and I fight for equal rights for all people. However, we cannot dismiss the issue by stating that we feel sexy and that any concern or criticism is “fat-shaming.” It is inarguably wrong to abuse anyone for their weight, but that does not mean that we should allow ourselves to lose control of our bodies and well-being because there are bullies out there. We need to take accountability and not allow obesity to become the new standard, just as much as film, television, and fashion need to take the onus for several generations of eating disorders and body-image dysmorphia. Reality-checks are needed for all. Let’s make ourselves better while demanding a healthier portrayal of beauty. Only your doctor can tell you that you’re overweight. Fashion can go to hell. And just for the record, I think that woman is hot.
In 1955 this was considered the perfect body. She is so beautiful, body like this please.
AHHH what a beaut!
My girlfriend is literally built EXACTLY like her and thinks she’s fat. It bothers me so much. She is nothing short of perfect.
(via notyourbatmans)Source: eu-ph-or-ia