LOOK AT THIS AWESOMELY UNFLATTERING BUT STILL SUPER AWESOME PHOTO SOME FATPHOBIC BODY SHAMING ASSHOLE TOOK OF ME AND POSTED ON REDDIT!
Ugh, I love me. I’m so cute even when my wedgie holds me back from greatness. Also, lololol@fat shamers on Reddit who actively seek out fat people to photograph and then save those pictures to upload online to view over and over again just to be “disgusted” by all of my fat! Y’all wack ass e-thugging enema bags are sooooo basic. Hop off my dick because I’m 2fat2care4ever. But forealz, I love this picture. I’m serving fierce fat femme realness circa 3008 yer so 2000 and late, reppin’ Yung Dinero Records.
Also, lol@ the fact that this was at my Body Positivity Rally I organized. I just… I just can’t. People really don’t get it. These people who do this shit are the reason why body positivity, anti-body shaming, and anti-bullying matter. You decided that my existence as a fat woman was so funny, it just had to be put on the internet so the world could laugh at how “unattractive,” “unhealthy,” and “disgusting” I am. Because apparently if you find someone unattractive/ unappealing/ not your preference/ outside of the thin body ideal, it means that you can disrespect them to the point of dehumanization, invade their privacy by taking a picture of me unknowingly and then posting it on a public website, and then ridicule me online with other fat-shaming strangers. I FEEL AMAZING ABOUT MY LIFE RIGHT NOW, YOU GUYS.
Here’s the link if anyone wants to see the fuckery first hand. Also, the man who posted this is Heath Dwyer, #35 of the VCU Baseball Team (Its public information on VCU’s website, don’t come for me.). Thanks for being the best asshole you can be, Heath! I’m sure VCU values your body-shaming and cyberbullying! I know I sure do!
one stormy night my girlfriend saw what we thought was a dead sparrow below our balcony. he was barely breathing, covered in ants and completely blind.
we brought him home and put him in a box. after spending a night in our bedroom, he woke us up with high pitched tweeting. we tried feeding him, but without any luck, so we placed him on our balcony. he continued tweeting non stop for three hours.
finally, his father found him and started feeding him. he brought his chick huge bugs and bread every 10-15 minutes all day long for two weeks straight.
he was getting bigger every day, but he was still blind. i called a vet, and he told me to try simple eye drops. it worked like a charm! he even started hiding from us behind our flowers. soon, his father started showing him how to fly trough the window.
one day he just left – we knew this day would come eventually. we became really worried because that same night, and for the next few days, there was really stormy weather. however, three days later, he came back and fell asleep in one of our pots.
photos and text by tomas banišauskas