“Fat people have sex. Sweet, tender, luscious sex. Sweaty, feral, sheet-ripping sex. Shivery, jiggly, gasping sex. Sentimental, slow, face-cradling sex. Even as you read these words, there are fat people out there somewhere joyously getting their freak on. Not only that, but fat people are falling in love, having hook ups, being crushed-out, putting on sexy lingerie, being the objects of other people’s lust, flirting, primping before hot dates, melting a little as they read romantic notes from their sweeties, seducing and being seduced, and having shuddering, toe-curling orgasms that are as big as they are.”—Hanne Blank, “Big Big Love” (via unknwnpleasures)
Hello! I just wanted to say how much I enjoy your blog, absolutely love it, I read a post you put up earlier about how someone said you sort of looked like the lovely London Andrews and not a word of a lie but its true, I really hope to one day see a photoshoot of both you and London together, that would be awesome :)
I’m a huge fan of London and I’d love to work with her however I really don’t think we look alike.
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Follow up question for your q&a video! I was on youtube the other day, and found a video of you that was posted about a year ago. You were talking about being on the brink of being happy with something new in your life (career related?) did you ever find that happiness?
Nope I’m still at the same job. I’m going to answer your other question with a video.
I’ve had a bunch of requests to do more youtube videos. To me they always work best for me when I’m answering questions that my follwers ask. So if you have anything that you’d like to ask me. Please send a question to my inbox.
i'm actually a woman - not a "dude" and asked if you had ever been with a woman because i was genuinely curious. it wasn't "very male sexual fantasy based" because i'm a woman and didn't pose the question in a sexual manner. at first, i was thinking maybe someone else asked you this, but i remember your response to me being about love and a relationships and i appreciated your answer. i guess i need to create a tumblr so i can quit being anonymous and coming off the wrong way. take care.
I don’t think you should take what I said the wrong way. I’ve actually been asked that multiple times and always answer it the same way.
So, while your question may not have been male fantasy based - I have had similar ones that have very much been.
(2/2) Also that one time a dude asked you whether or not you had sex with another women and he was basically like, "sexy sexy male fantasy sexy times" and you replied that you had and it was actually love and a relationship. That made me smile a lot, because female sexuality is often seen as purely performative, an act to put on for male entertainment. So it is always great when women speak out about our OWN desires and the ways we love and feel and have realationships .
I think I remember that and you’re right it was very male sexual fantasy based. I actually get asked all the time if Katie and I are lovers and I simply choose not to answer.
I chose to answer that one question because I wanted to let people know that those situations do happen. Meaning women who don’t identify as gay are involved with other women and it’s not at all related to getting attention from men. As long as those two people are open - who cares what they’ve identified as previously. If they meet, they have a connection, they care about one another and see each other sexually then….why not?
Love and sex do not have to be based on gender in my opinion.
Aww, it´s great that you reblogged bisexuality related stuff <3 (For the straight people: It´s Bi Visibility Week, yay!) You are awesome! I don't follow many straight identified bloggers, but I've been following you quite some time. And yes, I came for the nudes (the one with the leg warmers, they are super cute), but I stayed because of you and because I like the way you talk about women and your friendships with them. Women who support, encourage, and admire other women give me life!
I think those types of women give everyone life! It makes such a positive difference in your life if you’re among like minded, supportive individuals that you respect and admire. I literally and in love with all of my friends. They are my friends for a reason, I am very people picky so I get you - totally.
And thank you so much! I have many friends who identify as something other than straight, bi-sexual, gay, pansexual etc. Since I love them I support them in everything that they are. In my mind we should talk about the different types of sexuality so much more. We should be open to listening and understanding people who may see certain things differently than we ourselves do.
I guess it’s just my opinion that we need more conversation in the world - not just about sexuality but about race, culture, all of it - everything! These things have been around forever it’s about time everyone in the world embraced them.