Found this pic of me from a few years back, This was around the time I started having confidence in myself. Glad I can share this now ^_^

Found this pic of me from a few years back, This was around the time I started having confidence in myself. Glad I can share this now ^_^


Hi, my name is Terr Cacilia and I am more then a fashionable fat girl. My dreams are slowly becoming a reality as I work everyday to achieve them. I am featured in SKORCH Magazine for July/ August on pages 30& 31. Along with me being the newest addition to the blogger family at PHAT Magazine. 

Please let SKORCH Magazine and PHAT Magazine know you like my work & would like to see more! You can help my dreams come true! 

Thank you all again for the on going support!

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chubbyguyswag:

Hey guys!
Height: 6’7, Weight 330, Waist 42 36L
I’ve been meaning to get out and shoot some pics of some of my newest finds, and I braved the Texas heat to get these for y’all, so I hope you like them!
Scooped up the jacket at a thrift store, suspenders and pants at Casual Male XL, thrifted the shirt, and thrifted the bowtie from Buffalo Exchange. 
Head to my tumblrrrr for the full high-res images and more awesome-ness!
http://fanufactured.tumblr.com/

Cutie, you look so good it hurts a little.

chubbyguyswag:

Hey guys!

Height: 6’7, Weight 330, Waist 42 36L

I’ve been meaning to get out and shoot some pics of some of my newest finds, and I braved the Texas heat to get these for y’all, so I hope you like them!

Scooped up the jacket at a thrift store, suspenders and pants at Casual Male XL, thrifted the shirt, and thrifted the bowtie from Buffalo Exchange. 

Head to my tumblrrrr for the full high-res images and more awesome-ness!

http://fanufactured.tumblr.com/

Cutie, you look so good it hurts a little.


chubby-bunnies:

Greetings! I’m Zita  US size 14/16 and this is a photo of me in New Orleans. One time I heard someone say that the reason why you see so many fat goths is because fat girls can’t meet regular beauty standards, so they “give up” and become goth. I don’t know about chyall but I’ve been a goth since birth, and my fatness has nothing to do with it. 

LOVE YOUR LOOK.

chubby-bunnies:

Greetings! I’m Zita  US size 14/16 and this is a photo of me in New Orleans. 

One time I heard someone say that the reason why you see so many fat goths is because fat girls can’t meet regular beauty standards, so they “give up” and become goth. I don’t know about chyall but I’ve been a goth since birth, and my fatness has nothing to do with it. 

LOVE YOUR LOOK.


fatgirlsdoingthings:

Fat Girls dye their hair! Also, Hello Fat Girls! This is a “submission” from Amisha, The moderator of this blog… I figured it’s about time I officially said hello!
Also I’m always looking for more submission from you!! Please feel free to submit your lovely posts because I love getting them! and as always, have a great day! <3<3 
(Edit: @ H-feather: Haha Nope! That brand of hair dye is particularly easy to get off of skin, and I wiped the edges once I was done taking pictures. I just wanted to make sure I got a picture of the foam at maximum foamyness. =P @sunnyfranklin: You’re welcome! this blog brings a lot of joy to my life so it’s my pleasure! <3<3 ) 

Love this picture! So super cute! 

fatgirlsdoingthings:

Fat Girls dye their hair! Also, Hello Fat Girls! This is a “submission” from Amisha, The moderator of this blog… I figured it’s about time I officially said hello!

Also I’m always looking for more submission from you!! Please feel free to submit your lovely posts because I love getting them! and as always, have a great day! <3<3 

(Edit: @ H-feather: Haha Nope! That brand of hair dye is particularly easy to get off of skin, and I wiped the edges once I was done taking pictures. I just wanted to make sure I got a picture of the foam at maximum foamyness. =P @sunnyfranklin: You’re welcome! this blog brings a lot of joy to my life so it’s my pleasure! <3<3 

Love this picture! So super cute! 



Conversation I overheard today while at work:

thisisthinprivilege:

Client: I went to the doctor and found out that I had high cholesterol and I was like, I’m not even fat how can I have high cholesterol? 

Stylist: The same thing happen to me and I am not even fat! OMG!

Client: I didn’t know that you could even have high cholesterol if you were skinny. I was so confused. So now I have to work out three times a week.

Stylist: My doctor told me the same thing, that I was to sedentary and needed to be more active in order to get my high cholesterol under control.

Thoughts going on in my head: Weight does not determine health. Wrong. Wrong. You both are so wrong. Assuming all “fat” people are unhealthy is wrong. Just assuming anyone is unhealthy is wrong.


Don’t like it? Don’t look.



Fat and beautiful.


Fat shaming is…..

thisisthinprivilege:

Being told as a sixth grader who loves nothing more than riding horses, by your father (overweight, smoker who refuses to quit even though he knows you have weak lungs from an infection as a child) that the sandwich and chips and baby carrots you are eating will make you so fat that you will break the horse’s back. It’s having people look at pictures of your mother before the cancer and the pregnancies (she was 4’11 and had the body of a female gymnast but with boobs), and say how much you take after your father’s side of the family like it’s a bad thing. It’s fitting into a size 6 in highschool, and having the thin privilege, and then being diagnosed with a tumor in your brain, and given medicine that makes you unable to keep any food down, yet gain 80lbs in a month. Then get shamed for the weight gain and the inability to get it off, because of a tumor in your brain (asshole). It’s having your brother (the marine) tell you how the corps hates people who are obese while looking straight at you and smirking. It’s having your (still smoking and still refusing to quit even after one parent’s death)father berate you for not losing weight. It’s having people refuse to come to your birthday because you aren’t one of the thin, beautiful people who are going to the club. It’s having your family tell you that unless you become as skinny as you were in HS, you will never find someone to love you and marry you. It’s having family tell you to lose weight before you start your teaching job, because kids are cruel and you want to be looked upon as a professional. It’s being told how much prettier you’d be if you just lost the weight. It’s knowing that even if/when you do lose the weight, it still won’t make you good enough in their eyes.


Fat besties, inspired by this post! We’re damn cute, what can I say? 

Fat besties, inspired by this post! We’re damn cute, what can I say? 


Thanks

Thank you so much for inspiring me to love myself. before I could never even look at myself naked in the mirror and this morning I did.

And I have a fabulous ass.

<3


thisisthinprivilege:

To all the people who think thin privilege doesn’t exist, this is my story. 

I’m 18 year old, and have been fat all my life, well, all my life until now.
I was bullied, all the time. Called fatty, fatso, ugly-lard-head, and so many others demeaning things. I could barely walk out the door without being punched in the stomach by local kids because they said that It was going to “Beat the fat outta me”. At school, it got so bad that even the teachers would single me out all the time because of my weight. I couldn’t take it anymore, and wanted to die.

But, instead of dying, I dieted. A lot. And in the end, my death wish is about to come true. I’m writing to you from the hospital, where I’ve been for the last 3 months, force fed by a tube. But sadly, my organs are failing, and They don’t think there is much left to do.
I’m anorexic, 18 years old and about to die.
So tell me, do you really think that thin privilege isn’t a thing? Do you really believe that thin=/=healthy? Do you think that “beating the fat out of me” worked out well for me?

Fat hate, is real. And I am a victim.

(mod note: Jenna Hall, the OP, passed away on January 8, 2013 from complications of anorexia. Rest in peace, Jenna.)


fatart:

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fatart:

We’re Looking Up
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