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House dressed as a house painting a house on a house
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House dressed as a house painting a house on a house

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havocados:

U SO CARE THAT MY NO CARE LOOK BAD BAD
Jul 24, 2014 / 5,630 notes

havocados:

U SO CARE THAT MY NO CARE LOOK BAD BAD

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Her progress is amazing
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fullybalanced:

Her progress is amazing

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thebodypositiveproject:

Only 4% of women worldwide consider themselves beautiful.
Today, in honor of International Women’s Day, take a moment to look in the mirror and tell yourself, “I am BEAUTIFUL!” <3

only 4%… that makes me so sad. Each and every woman on this planet is a beautiful unique flower, and instead of reading magazines where women get bashed for being to thin, to big, for having cellulite or an “ugly” face we should stand up and fight for body acceptance. Actually there IS something we can do to fight sick beauty standards. Instead of gossiping about others, we should stick together and spread body positivity and love. We have a choice, we can be part of this sick body shaming society or we can choose to be brave and fight this mentality and be living rolemodels that it’s possible to cultivate a respectful, loving and supporting mentality.
Jul 21, 2014 / 124 notes

anna-learns-to-love-herself:

thebodypositiveproject:

Only 4% of women worldwide consider themselves beautiful.

Today, in honor of International Women’s Day, take a moment to look in the mirror and tell yourself, “I am BEAUTIFUL!” <3

only 4%… that makes me so sad. Each and every woman on this planet is a beautiful unique flower, and instead of reading magazines where women get bashed for being to thin, to big, for having cellulite or an “ugly” face we should stand up and fight for body acceptance. Actually there IS something we can do to fight sick beauty standards. Instead of gossiping about others, we should stick together and spread body positivity and love. We have a choice, we can be part of this sick body shaming society or we can choose to be brave and fight this mentality and be living rolemodels that it’s possible to cultivate a respectful, loving and supporting mentality.

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