I read about this girl at work, but the article (another one, not the one posted below) said that the picture is NSFW. Now that I’m home, I say F that! I love how her first sentance addresses that – so ridiculous that a “big” girl wearing the same thing as a bathing suit model gets an NSFW label.
Good for her. She is much more confident than I’ll ever be.
I was all about body acceptance on my honeymoon. I proudly wore my bathing suit and ate what I wanted haha how else am I supposed to act on my honeymoon? But I still wouldn’t put any bathing suit pictures online!
@peterpotamus: I think thats the point of this post. Why is it that picture of a super thin girl in a sports bra and running shorts isn’t looked upon NSFW (say you were reading a running blog while on break or w/e), but suddenly a larger girl in almost the same exact outfit would be seen as NSFW.
ok now i kinda get what you guys are saying. i didn’t read that a different website designated the picture nsfw.
@redheadem: well, what’s wrong? it’s still nsfw. i find websites with pictures designated nsfw with skinny people… and if it’s not then they should designate it nsfw.
@Hippos: that is not a girl in running gear, that is panties and a bra.
girls with little article of clothing should be nsfw, doesn’t matter whether they’re fat or not. some people don’t feel the need to announce if it’s nsfw or whatever. anyway, i think i’m commenting on semantics.
it’s a great pic and topic, but it’s still nsfw. i wouldn’t want to open a website with a girl wearing a bra and underwear at work.
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