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hello cutie!
maddie/16/ISFP
she/her pronouns
queer magical girl
。^・w・^。

rawsh0ck:

please love yourself and never part your hair in the middle

youngvlcanoes:

Hey I’ll pay someone to be in love with me

drewmichaelchadwicksbutt:

YOU KNOW YOURE IN TOO DEEP WHEN YOU PICTURE YOURSELF SNUGGLING IN BED NEXT TO THEM OR WHEN YOU ARE DOING SOMETHING FUN AND WISH THEY WERE THERE TO SHARE THAT MOMENT WITH YOU OR THE WORST IS WHEN YOU SEE SOMETHING AND THINK OH THEY WOULD LIKE THAT

mexicanaqueen:

my parents never gave me the sex talk and here i am knowing more than i should

#me
#me

Anonymous: as a skinny girl 'all about that bass' and 'anaconda' didn't bother me but i know some girls who have health problems or always wanted curvier busts or butts but couldn't make it work, who are tired of hearing 'real women have curves.' not agreeing but the issue seems to be that we need to stop making femininity a size off. size isn't what makes you beautiful. 

jon-snow:

i agree! but the thing about all about that bass is that the lyrics are literally like

like the emphasis is on larger bodies but she’s also saying that it’s fine to be skinny and i think people are just focusing on the “skinny bitches” part without reading what comes after it

like yeah i get that it’s hard to be a girl no matter what your size is, but the fact is that in this world it is more difficult to buy clothes, get a job, and exist in the world as a plus sized girl than a smaller girl.

idk it just pisses me off that every (rare) time someone writes an anthem for plus-sized girls, everyone jumps on it as skinny shaming

karkatkitty:

when ur bra and undies match and ur just like Hell yeah, hell yeah
Fuckin’ right Fuckin’ right, all right Hell yeah Hell yeah, hell yeah Fuckin’ right Fuckin’ right, all right