1. 12:28 1st Apr. 2014

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  2. 07:07 14th März 2014

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    kawaiijamaican:

misshellenroxx:

lllurnise:

misandry-mermaid:

Isn’t that interesting.
Tumblr emailed me to tell me they deleted my post calling out the dude who sent me a rape threat.
But hasn’t banned the dude who sent me a rape threat, even though I reported him.
I guess Tumblr just wants to make their site safer for people who send rape threats than those who receive them.
I guess it’s not considered harassment to send rape threats, but if you name the person who sends you rape threats, you are harassing them.
INTERESTING

Signal boost the  fuck out of this. Let’s make tumblr’s moderation team feel fucking ashamed for letting this happen. Let’s fucking make them question their worth and ability and place in the world and make them feel like the utter sacks of fucking shit they are until they fucking fix this and every case like this.

Disgusting.

Wtf tumblr????!?!!!?!?!?!?!?!!!?!?!?!?

    kawaiijamaican:

    misshellenroxx:

    lllurnise:

    misandry-mermaid:

    Isn’t that interesting.

    Tumblr emailed me to tell me they deleted my post calling out the dude who sent me a rape threat.

    But hasn’t banned the dude who sent me a rape threat, even though I reported him.

    I guess Tumblr just wants to make their site safer for people who send rape threats than those who receive them.

    I guess it’s not considered harassment to send rape threats, but if you name the person who sends you rape threats, you are harassing them.

    INTERESTING

    Signal boost the  fuck out of this. Let’s make tumblr’s moderation team feel fucking ashamed for letting this happen. Let’s fucking make them question their worth and ability and place in the world and make them feel like the utter sacks of fucking shit they are until they fucking fix this and every case like this.

    Disgusting.

    Wtf tumblr????!?!!!?!?!?!?!?!!!?!?!?!?

     
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  4. 09:05 10th März 2014

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  5. 18:40 5th März 2014

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    garsedj:

Burlesque colors by ~garsedj
So a friend of mine drew a plus size burlesque girl and colored it Original thread is here -> [link]and I didn’t care about that dog

    garsedj:

    Burlesque colors by ~garsedj

    So a friend of mine drew a plus size burlesque girl and colored it :)
    Original thread is here -> [link]
    and I didn’t care about that dog :p

    (Quelle: lovelygirlsandgeekystuff)

     
  6. 13:20

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nepputune:

So I’ve seen a whole bunch of posts about body positivity. And it would be great, but they’re really bad at actually representing different body types; big girls in particular. So I’ve drawn a comparison.
I’m tired of seeing posts that totally miss the point. Those posts are supposed to make you feel good about your body. But it’s hard for bigger girls to feel good about themselves if they’re represented by women that aren’t big. Fat is okay. But here’s some things that people almost always ignore when drawing bigger ladies:
- Rolls
- Cellulite
- Stretch marks
And some misconceptions/ common mistakes:
- Larger breasts ( a LOT larger) 
- Wider hips
- Same size waist as girls with less body fat
I’m going to put it bluntly: I’m sick of seeing fatter girls be misrepresented. I’m tired of seeing posts getting glory for drawing bigger girls when they don’t. I have yet to see a body positivity post that shows cellulite, stretch marks, folds, and spillage. These things are real, and they’re beautiful.
So try and remember these things next time you try and represent fat girls. Because if you’re not thinking about the “ugly” stuff, you’re doing it wrong.

This is something I think a lot about when I moderate this blog. We get a lot of submissions depicting fat people who aren’t really… well, fat.
Fatter than what we see in a lot of art, sure. And I know for a lot of the artists submitting work, this might be the fattest person they’ve ever drawn, their first dipping of a timid toe into new waters. And I never want to discourage that. And there’s more than one way to be fat.
But we are still often seeing a fairly narrow representation of fat people in the artwork that gets submitted, and it gives me pause to think of this blog being used to reinforce this narrow representation.
I want to encourage artists to stretch themselves in their subject matter. Go further than “slightly rounder.” Find references, do some studying, figure out the way fat really looks.
I find that there are fewer resources for drawing fat people than there are of thin people. Due to societal pressure, many fat people are unwilling to model, many photographers taking reference photos exclude fat people from the artistic conversation, and it can be very rude to approach someone unsolicited and say “Can I study your fat?” It’s part of why I started this blog in the first place. We can learn from each other’s art, techniques that are harder to find in the mainstream art world.
I wonder sometimes if I should start another tumblr looking for artistic resources of fat people. User submitted reference photos of fat people in various poses to be used for artistic study. There are other blogs showcasing wonderful arrays of various body types, but sometimes you need specific poses, closeups of a shoulder blade or an ankle, you know? Perhaps it’s time to make this happen.

    fatpeopleart:

    nepputune:

    So I’ve seen a whole bunch of posts about body positivity. And it would be great, but they’re really bad at actually representing different body types; big girls in particular. So I’ve drawn a comparison.

    I’m tired of seeing posts that totally miss the point. Those posts are supposed to make you feel good about your body. But it’s hard for bigger girls to feel good about themselves if they’re represented by women that aren’t big. Fat is okay. But here’s some things that people almost always ignore when drawing bigger ladies:

    - Rolls

    - Cellulite

    - Stretch marks

    And some misconceptions/ common mistakes:

    - Larger breasts ( a LOT larger) 

    - Wider hips

    - Same size waist as girls with less body fat

    I’m going to put it bluntly: I’m sick of seeing fatter girls be misrepresented. I’m tired of seeing posts getting glory for drawing bigger girls when they don’t. I have yet to see a body positivity post that shows cellulite, stretch marks, folds, and spillage. These things are real, and they’re beautiful.

    So try and remember these things next time you try and represent fat girls. Because if you’re not thinking about the “ugly” stuff, you’re doing it wrong.

    This is something I think a lot about when I moderate this blog. We get a lot of submissions depicting fat people who aren’t really… well, fat.

    Fatter than what we see in a lot of art, sure. And I know for a lot of the artists submitting work, this might be the fattest person they’ve ever drawn, their first dipping of a timid toe into new waters. And I never want to discourage that. And there’s more than one way to be fat.

    But we are still often seeing a fairly narrow representation of fat people in the artwork that gets submitted, and it gives me pause to think of this blog being used to reinforce this narrow representation.

    I want to encourage artists to stretch themselves in their subject matter. Go further than “slightly rounder.” Find references, do some studying, figure out the way fat really looks.

    I find that there are fewer resources for drawing fat people than there are of thin people. Due to societal pressure, many fat people are unwilling to model, many photographers taking reference photos exclude fat people from the artistic conversation, and it can be very rude to approach someone unsolicited and say “Can I study your fat?” It’s part of why I started this blog in the first place. We can learn from each other’s art, techniques that are harder to find in the mainstream art world.

    I wonder sometimes if I should start another tumblr looking for artistic resources of fat people. User submitted reference photos of fat people in various poses to be used for artistic study. There are other blogs showcasing wonderful arrays of various body types, but sometimes you need specific poses, closeups of a shoulder blade or an ankle, you know? Perhaps it’s time to make this happen.

     
  7. 18:40 4th März 2014

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  8. 13:20

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    fatpeopleart:

Juicy Jacqulyn as a fabulous fat fairy!~

    fatpeopleart:

    Juicy Jacqulyn as a fabulous fat fairy!~

     
  9. 18:40 3rd März 2014

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    fatpeopleart:

fab life
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(my art tag)

    fatpeopleart:

    fab life

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    (my art tag)

     
  10. 13:20

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Lovely by missbonniebunny

    Lovely by missbonniebunny

     
  11. 18:40 2nd März 2014

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    savannahhorrocks:

    2 doodles of cute fat girls being cute U u U

    So cute!

     
  12. 13:20

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    cruelvalentine:

    malwarebyte:

    throneroom-of-the-damned:

    Body Positivity for the win.

    9 out of 16 are WoC from 9 different nationalities - Spanish, Native American, Middle Eastern, Greek, Hawaiian, South African, Indian, African-American and Chinese.

    Even the “white” people don’t all come from the same place - French, Irish, American, Scottish, German, and English.

    I’m really sorry if I left out YOUR nationality or YOUR body type, but if I kept going to include every single possible woman in the world I’d never have time for sleep or school work.

    THIS IS THE BEST BODY POSITIVE POST I’VE EVER SEEN THANK YOU.

    This series is ultra adorable.

    (Quelle: fortress-of-the-damned)

     
  13. 12:59

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    fatpeopleart:

I’ve got a new link for you. Not my picture but I had to put one to submit. It’s from a blog I just discovered  called the Fat Naked Art Project. It’s beautiful and seemed like a good resource.
http://fatnakedart.blogspot.ca/?zx=5d9030a7a8f5082c

    fatpeopleart:

    I’ve got a new link for you. Not my picture but I had to put one to submit. It’s from a blog I just discovered  called the Fat Naked Art Project. It’s beautiful and seemed like a good resource.

    http://fatnakedart.blogspot.ca/?zx=5d9030a7a8f5082c

     
  14. 12:56

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    cklookshuman:

 You can’t weigh the beauty of something for its weight, its appearance or other’s social standards. Like what makes you feel good , love who you want and most importantly - yourself. Say NO to body shaming.

    cklookshuman:

     You can’t weigh the beauty of something for its weight, its appearance or other’s social standards. Like what makes you feel good , love who you want and most importantly - yourself. Say NO to body shaming.

     
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    An accurate look at Africa relative to some major countries:

    An accurate look at Africa relative to some major countries: