Weight: 140-155 depending on the day and how much cake I choose to eat Achievement: finally finding a major and a career path that I am passionate about!
Favourite thing about me: I am brutally honest and fiercely protective of those I care about
Anonymous:Is there an age minimum and/or limit?
we don’t have one in place, nope! just be comfortable with what you post and share
achievements: letting go of toxic dependent relationships and learning to rely on myself more and learning to truly love myself
favorite thing about me: the lack of attachment I have to my hair and my willingness to change my physical appearance when I wish
Achievement: being able to come out as gay to my parents as well as most of my friends!
Favourite thing about me: I’m really good at hockey and softball and I have good leadership skills!
weight: 114 lbs
achievements: overcoming my eating disorder(s) and starting my teaching credential.
favorite thing about self: empathy
Anonymous:This is a super awesome concept. And I agree with being excited to see some gender diversity! Definitely going to keep up with the great things you two are doing!
thank you so much <3 this is so nice to hear and we hope that you’re having a great day!
achievement: having the courage to come out as bisexual this year and completely stopping self harming.
favorite thing about me: i have an ear for music and i love my hair.
Anonymous:I love this blog so much. Can't wait to see males post body positive things too! (I'm a female)
we love YOU!
and definitely agreed.
Anonymous:I like the idea of your blog! But why do you ask people for their weight in their submissions? Isn't it called worth not weight? I mean yeah, they don't have fill that in, but why have the option??? That puts too much focus on weight again, doesn't it?
copying from a previous answer:
we don’t believe that your weight is anything to be ashamed of or something that you need to hide. in comparison to everything else, it really is just a number. when you’re reading through the submissions or writing one about yourself, the focus is not on your size. your weight is your weight and trying to brush it off as something that you need to conceal is ultimately a really damaging concept, we feel.