Agent Peggy Carter
Cosplayer: Captain Morgan Cosplay / yerthebadwolfmari
Photography: Sutafuzz

AH! My Peggy Carter cosplay! The uniform is handmade uwu and the pins are vintage WWII. I love this cosplay more than myself

Please reblog this! It would mean the world to me!






foggy-bloggy asked:

Tbh fat people get so much body positivity and stuff. That's great and all, but exclusive. In my opinion, more people should be saying "you're beautiful no matter what" rather than "you're beautiful even if you're not skinny" because I, being naturally thin, get a lot of shit too. I once went into a hospital because of my appendix and the nurses were addressing my "anorexia" as if it was a given that I had it. I don't. And yet, on a daily basis I hear: "are u anorexic? U look like a twig" sucks.

fuckyeahfatpositive answered:

(cont’d) I’m honestly not trying to be rude or say you should change your blog. I just wanted to put it out there that skinny people get shit too


The reason we “get” so much body positivity is because we actually get a fuckton more body negativity. Putting a focus on fat bodies in body positivity as well as fat positivity is not meant to exclude anyone; in fact, it’s the exact opposite. Too often I have seen people, organizations, and movements talk the body posi talk, but they actually only include the sorts of bodies that are already considered good, attractive, desirable, etc, by most of society - thin, conventionally pretty bodies. 

Having people assume you have a condition just based on how you look is really messed up, and I totally sympathize with you because the same thing happens to me all the time. Healthcare professionals, co-workers, family, and even complete strangers will assume they know something about my health just because of the body I have. It is so frustrating, and it just doesn’t make sense - someone’s appearance doesn’t determine their health. We are on the same side in that respect: both of us want people to stop making judgments about our health based on our bodies. The difference, of course, is that much of the world strongly prefers and favors your body type.

And, yes, I know that skinny people get shit, too. I know because I’ve heard those comments directed at my friends. I know because women’s bodies are always scrutinized and then heavily criticized for every perceived flaw. I also know because whenever we fat people talk about being fat, loving your fat body, fat acceptance movements, and so on, skinny people come crawling out of the woodwork to say “but skinny people!!!” That’s one of the reasons we have fat-specific body posi spaces: because hearing those people with socially acceptable bodies complain about how hard they have it is really freaking annoying.

There are lots of body positive blogs, movements, and organizations out there that encompass a wide range of body types. I encourage you to seek them out and see bodies like yours celebrated along with everyone else’s.


Look, sometimes I can be nice.

PLEASE NOTE that there is a lot of potentially triggering content in the video with regards to body image, eating, eating disorders, exercise, weight loss, fatphobia.

Fattitude: A Body Positive Documentary

by Lindsey Averill and Viridiana Lieberman

From the Kickstarter site: A feature-length documentary that exposes how popular culture fosters fat prejudice and then offers an alternative way of thinking.

Did you know that fat people are paid $1.25 less and hour than their thin counterparts? Or that a fat person who excels can still legally lose a job just because s/he’s fat? How about the reality that 1 in 3 doctors associates fat bodies with hostility, dishonesty and poor hygiene?

Fat people are subject to discrimination everywhere they look. In children’s books and stories fat people are villains and bad guys.  On our television screens and in the advertising world the fat body is a joke. Magazines and entertainment news shows fixate on the “fatness” of celebrities’ bodies and there are very few films that feature fat leads, despite the fact that 60%+ of Americans are - or at the very least consider themselves - fat. 

We are making a feature-length independent documentary that exposes how fat hatred permeates our popular culture, spreading the message that fat is bad and in turn forwarding the idea that being cruel, unkind or downright unjust to a fat person is acceptable behavior. As you can tell from our trailer, our film in already in production.  We’re here on kickstarter because we need your help to complete our film! Our goal is to get our film finished, out there, and changing the world by the end of 2015!

Hey everyone! Just came across this Kickstarter campaign, and I am soooo all about this. Please donate and or signal boost! I would love to see this documentary get off the ground!!!

Click thru for more info about the project, to make a donation, and to see what all the cool prizes are for donating.

i have this really great tunic top i got from city chic like 3 years ago, and i usually just wear it for going out, like with leggings and cute shoes. but last night i thought, well, maybe if i put a long-sleeve shirt underneath it, i could wear it to work. so i put on this fitted stretchy black tee, then the tunic, and voila! super cute ensemble.

i got TONS OF COMPLIMENTS today. also most people couldn’t tell it was two shirts, and people kept complimenting my necklace - HAHA GEUSS WHAT all those beads and things are ATTACHED.

anyway, i looked real cute so i had to take pics and share. although my hair definitely looked better earlier. also that top pic is real cute but would be UBER CUTE if i weren’t all whited out.