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With the above picture, she wrote : "Shoutout to the girls with big bellies and little bellies, belly rolls and back rolls, round hips and cute little hips, hip dips and cellulite, tiny stretch marks all over the booty or big stretch marks all over your belly, it don't matter baby. With the above picture, she wrote : "My body is my dreamy playhouse, the one I was always shamed for and told to cover up, the one people hated so much that I learned to hate myself for awhile. I'm so glad I learned to empower myself through shutting out all opinions of my home, I can empower myself by covering up or getting naked as I please, no man or "higher power" can shame me anymore and I think that bothers a lot of you.
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Whether you work at Dreamworks or Playstation 3D. SK and their constantly expanding image library is essential to your texture pipe. Peter Levius and 3D. SK have been working closely with Playstation, developing diversity and resloution possibilities for Playstation's goal achieving an exceptional photorealism for PS3, Next Generation, and beyond.
An artist has claimed Instagram deleted her account after she uploaded a picture of her drawing of a "fat life model". The artist says her whole account was closed, meaning she lost her followers and username. Last year, Facebook refused to promote her worksaying it had violated their advertising guidelines by including "adult products or services, including toys, videos, or sexual enhancement products".
This photography student asked if he could shoot one of the most unpredictable groups in the world Photography student Alec Castillo asked if he could shoot one of the most unpredictable groups in the world: London's Fat White Family. But when they let him join their US tour, the experience proved a lot more than he bargained for.
I've always been a fighter. Maybe not always in the most productive way, but fighting for myself, a friend or even for a stranger who is being bullied has always been a part of my personality. Fat acceptance is based on the notion that all fat people, regardless of health, deserve respect.
When it comes to embracing and loving our bodies, seeing more and more size diversity in the fashion industry is an amazing first step. But photographer Substantia Jones thinks we need to get even more real. Her artistic, unretouched, mostly nude photos of people she prefers to simply call "fat" fully expose all the soft curves, ripples, and layers we've been taught to hide, fear, and judge—and suddenly, it's hard not to see them as beautiful. Click on to read more about her empowering photo series, the Adipositivity Project.