thebellygoddess

thebellygoddess:

The one and only sneak peak of what kind of clips I sell, featuring; Belly Jiggles! The video this clip is from will be on sale for 10$ til Wednesday the 22nd. Buy it soon to see the rest!

Can reblog, but do not remove caption.

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exhale-the-infinite asked:

How is thin a privilege if it isn't exclusive to only some people? Like anyone can be thin if they choose, except for maybe an extremely rare medical reason. But like idg how it's a "privilege" can u explain?

thisisthinprivilege answered:

Well, first of all, it is NOT available to everyone. Very very few — like, statistically indistinguishable from zero, the US federal government keeps a database of a few thousand people who have managed it kind of very very few — fat people can actually lose enough weight to become thin, and keep it off. (And actually that database is for anyone who has lost of 30lbs and kept it off for long periods; I would need to lose 120lbs to be thin. Most fat people are a lot farther from “thin” than 30lbs. There are 319 million people in the US, and only 10k people the government tracks have lost 30lbs and kept it off. Even if only 1 in 10 people who have kept it off are in the registry, that’s three-one hundreths of one percent.) So your initial premise, that fat people can just become thin, is utter bullshit.

But that doesn’t matter. Do rich people not have privilege because anyone could win the lottery? Of course rich people have privilege. It’s laughable to think that they don’t. If most queer people could become straight or most POC could become white, but society was still structured the same way, that still would not mean that straight and white people were not systemically and structurally treated better than queer people and POC, and it still would not make the oppression of queer people and POC morally acceptable. So your second premise, your definition of privilege, is also utter bullshit.

Privilege is systemic and structural preference given to one group of people over another group. Whether or not people can control which group they’re in has nothing to do with it.

Most fat people spend years and decades, thousands of dollars, and uncounted gallons of tears trying desperately to become thin. Whether we choose to attempt weight loss or not, we have to deal with society and individuals both badgering us and shaming us to do so. You are one of those individuals.

Shut the fuck up. Examine your premises, and educate yourself.

-MG

The answer is in the question. The poster asks the question with an assumption that thin people are treated differently and better than those who aren’t. That’s thin privilege.

Excellent explanation as to why access does not impact existence. Well done! (And PS, your belly is totes adorbs :)

curveplumper

curveplumper:

I walked into my room, to see my love smiling devilishly, waiting for me in an impossibly snug shirt. The fabric was so tight, it must’ve taken a miracle to get the buttons done.

A little back-stretch, and a deep breath later, the top button was no match for her amazing bust. Some making out, and my hands grabbing at her perfect body made short work of the rest.

Seeing her boobs escape from the confines of that shirt was glorious, and freeing her sexy tummy dropped me to my knees.

She is the sexiest woman alive. She is mine.

thebellygoddess

thebellygoddess:

I can barely express how happy I am to be so fat. I can’t say enough how much fun it is to indulge, to take in so much good food that my belly traps myself under all of it’s weight. To look down and see a giant globe sitting on top of my thing thighs, to feel my legs grow warm from my stuffed beach ball of a gut.

I’m not sure what my favorite part of it is anymore. Is it the way my clothes pull at their seams in protest at the massive growth of my arms and stomach? Is it the amount of food I can eat at once, since I can now ingest more than double what I started to. Or maybe it’s the way my friends say I look different, more confident, better, all because I’ve been indulging in this fantasy-turned-reality?

All I can really say for certain is I never, ever, want to stop.

I relate to EVERY SINGLE WORD of this post! thebellygoddess, I recently hit 275 and it feels utterly amazing. Enjoy the journey, and you look beautiful!
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smashedthegnomie:

asvpnerd:

please signal boost this and spread actual facts about the virus

If that is the case then why are they testing the 100 possible people who came into contact  with Duncan? They couldn’t have all came into contact with his body fluids or blood.


To make sure they didn’t. Because diligence is how you prevent diseases from spreading. Because it’s CDC protocol, and those protocols make it extremely unlikely that America will have an outbreak.Just because they’re doing their due diligence doesn’t mean it’s a national emergency.

smashedthegnomie:

asvpnerd:

please signal boost this and spread actual facts about the virus

If that is the case then why are they testing the 100 possible people who came into contact  with Duncan? They couldn’t have all came into contact with his body fluids or blood.

To make sure they didn’t. Because diligence is how you prevent diseases from spreading. Because it’s CDC protocol, and those protocols make it extremely unlikely that America will have an outbreak.

Just because they’re doing their due diligence doesn’t mean it’s a national emergency.