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These are my breasts. I’ve managed somehow to overcome the insecurities that I have regarding most everything else about my body… except for these. Every time I look at them, I wish they were even. Every time I look at them, I wish they were shaped differently or not scarred or not covered in stretch marks. I’ve chosen to submit anonymously, purely because I’m too ashamed to have this photo associated with me and with my Tumblr. It’s a fight to remind myself that every body is a good body and worthy of love and respect — including my own. The marginalization of bodies which society deems as not being “acceptable” puts such an immense amount of pressure on people who don’t fit the ideal, who don’t have conventionally beautiful breasts, arms, faces, legs, ears, noses, bodies. The preoccupation that people as a whole (myself included) have with weight and with appearance and with symmetry and perfection is tiring. It’s tiring to see so many people filled with self-loathing. It’s tiring to look in the mirror and pick apart my reflection, hating what I see. It’s tiring to think that my body isn’t “good enough” or “acceptable,” purely because it’s different from her body or her body or your body. Does this affect my validity as a person? No. Why am I so concerned with it?

 
Thank you so much for this site. It’s encouraging to see so many people intent on loving themselves. Each and every person is uniquely beautiful. Although it’s often a challenge, I strive to remind myself that flaws are what make us different and human and wonderful, and others’ expectations absolutely shouldn’t determine how I feel about my own perfectly lovely, capable body. 

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These are my breasts. I’ve managed somehow to overcome the insecurities that I have regarding most everything else about my body… except for these. Every time I look at them, I wish they were even. Every time I look at them, I wish they were shaped differently or not scarred or not covered in stretch marks. I’ve chosen to submit anonymously, purely because I’m too ashamed to have this photo associated with me and with my Tumblr. It’s a fight to remind myself that every body is a good body and worthy of love and respect — including my own. The marginalization of bodies which society deems as not being “acceptable” puts such an immense amount of pressure on people who don’t fit the ideal, who don’t have conventionally beautiful breasts, arms, faces, legs, ears, noses, bodies. The preoccupation that people as a whole (myself included) have with weight and with appearance and with symmetry and perfection is tiring. It’s tiring to see so many people filled with self-loathing. It’s tiring to look in the mirror and pick apart my reflection, hating what I see. It’s tiring to think that my body isn’t “good enough” or “acceptable,” purely because it’s different from her body or her body or your body. Does this affect my validity as a person? No. Why am I so concerned with it?

 

Thank you so much for this site. It’s encouraging to see so many people intent on loving themselves. Each and every person is uniquely beautiful. Although it’s often a challenge, I strive to remind myself that flaws are what make us different and human and wonderful, and others’ expectations absolutely shouldn’t determine how I feel about my own perfectly lovely, capable body. 

BE BRAVE! JOIN THE REVOLUTION!

  1. bloodyenochian reblogged this from thechocolatebrigade and added:
    My boobs look like that. The are uneven and unwomanly and one is much smaller than the other and I hate them. I will...
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    Put ‘em behind a link ‘cause I don’t think I’m listed as NSFW. Anywho. If you’re insecure about your breasts, have a...
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    Beautiful
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  10. a-mermaid-soul said: My biggest insecurity is my breasts. People always tell me that it doesn’t matter because the guy/girl that loves me with love them. Idc about that. I don’t love them, that’s the problem! Why do I have to accept them because someone else will?
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  12. pj-archive said: thank you for submitting this. my breasts are similar, and it is one of my biggest insecurities.
  13. sad-little-moon said: your breasts are totally normal and there’s nothing wrong with them. unfortunately the only boobs the media glamorizes are either extremely rare or fake. 007b.com/breast_… this is a good site (it’s not pronz, i promise, ha.)
  14. mia-the-wonder-slut reblogged this from stophatingyourbody and added:
    OH THANK GOD! I’ve always felt so insecure about the size and shape of my boobs. I wear a size 38A bra, but it’s not the...
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