Anonymous said: I would like to point out that you are chubby. Not cute at all. Work on that, maybe, just maybe, you'll find a good man. After you loose the weight.. Peace.
I like messages like this. It’s really interesting that you seem to think I care how you label my body. Chubby. Uh Huh. How is it that you seem to think you know that the sole reason I can’t find a “good man” is because of my size?
For all you know, I may be a heinous bitch, I may be selfish and mean. I’m not, but from all the assuming going around I mine as well be, huh?
I am lovely. I am soft and strong. I am round and flat, I am perfect any way I am. If I lost 30 pounds in the next year, if I gained it, that should never ever determine the likelihood of me staying in a relationship.
I would never. Quote me on this. NEVER date a man because he valued me for the size of my waist, hips, breasts or thighs. That guy can hit the road.
I am magnificent. Because of my heart, and my words. Because of how I am trying to be a better version of myself each day. Inside and out. And, I have never been self conscious about my body, because in my experience most men find my confidence and quirkiness the most appealing thing. My strong and lovely body is just a bonus. Thanks for the laugh though.
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