Tagged: Beauty

“No! You’re not fat! You’re beautiful!”

By saying this, you are suggesting that someone cannot be both plus-size and pretty.

Which is wrong. And if this person actually is overweight, you’re basically lying to them, adding to their confusion and disillusionment to what they see in the mirror. The truth is, people actually can be both fat and beautiful. The same goes with skinnier, shorter, or taller women and of any body type, race, ethnicity and sexuality.

According to a study in 2014, it was proven that most 10 year-old girls are more afraid of getting “fat” than they are of cancer, nuclear war, or losing their own parents.

42 percent of girls in first through third grade want to be thinner, 81 percent of 10-year-olds are afraid of being fat, and 51 percent of 9 and 10-year-old girls feel better about themselves if they are on a diet.From Victoria’s Secret fashion to Instagram models, Pinterest aesthetics, and the toxicity of social media, it’s obvious that the current beauty standard is not obesity.

To be fat is probably one of the worst things conceivable for many humans, particularly women, because that’s how we’re taught to perceive it.So when someone is criticizing their body, saying “Oh, I’m too fat” or “I hate my fat body”, the knee-jerk response is…

The people who say “fat is ugly”, “skinny is ugly”, “’fill in the blank’ is ugly”, are incorrect. No one gets to decide what consitutes attractiveness and unattractiveness for others. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

A Dictionary for Women – “saying what you mean” and “meaning what you say”

Argument

(ahr•gyoo•munt) n. A discussion that occurs when you’re right, and continues until he realizes it.

Airhead

(ayr•hed) n. An act you put on when pulled over for speeding.

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Bar-be-que

(bar•buh•Q) n. You bought the groceries, washed the lettuce, chopped the tomatoes, diced the onions, marinated the meat and cleaned everything up—for the dinner he made for his friends.”

Blonde jokes

(blahnd joks) n. Jokes short enough for men to understand.

Cantaloupe

(kant•e•lope) n. Gotta get married in a church.

Clothes dryer

(kloze drI•yer) n. An appliance designed to eat socks.

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Diet soda

(dI•it so•duh) n. A drink you buy at a convenience store to go with a half pound bag of peanut M&Ms.

Diamond

(dI-mun) n. Something you think should be on your finger but he can only see in a baseball park.

Eternity

(e•ter•ni•tee) n. The last two minutes of a football game.

Exercise

(ex•er•siz) v. Walking up and down a mall, occasionally resting to make a purchase.

Grocery list

(grow•sree list) n What you spend half an hour writing, then forget to take with you to the store.

Hair dresser

(hare dres•er) n. A magician who creates a hair style you can never duplicate.

Hardware store

(hard•wer stor) n. Similar to a black hole in space: once he goes in, he isn’t coming out any time soon.

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Housework

(haws•wrk) n. Work around the house including moping and washing dishes.

Childbirth

(chIld•brth) n. You go through 36 hours of contractions. He holds your hand and says, “focus…breathe…push….”

Lipstick

(lip•stik) n. On your lips, a color to enhance your beauty of your mouth. On his collar, a color only a tramp would wear.

Park

(pahrk) v./n. Before children, a verb meaning, “to go somewhere and neck.” After children, a noun meaning “a place with a swing set and slide”.

Patience

(pay•shuns) n. The most important ingredient for dating, marriage and children. See also “tranquilizers.”

Waterproof mascara

(wah•tr•pruf mas•ka•ruh) n. Mascara that comes off if you cry, shower, or swim, but not when you try to remove it.

Valentine’s Day

(va•lun•tInz dae) n. A day when you dream of a candle light dinner, diamonds, and romance, but consider yourself lucky to get a card.

Your drawings show what kind of person you are

1. The one who draws stars or moons:

Such people are usually ambitious, they have set high goals for themselves and are hopeful for the bright future.

2 . Drawing flowers :

Such people “love” travelling, they love to travel the world and explore the beauty of nature.

3. Drawing irregular patterns :

Such people are sad, they are worried about something and cannot fix it, so they express their sadness through their strange drawings..

It is not necessary that they are sad all the time, but mostly. And when they are, they draw such patterns.

4. Filling whole circles:

People drawing and filling circles are confident and good decision makers, once they choose to do something, they never regret it.

5. Filling words and half circles:

Such people are confused. they cannot take any decision for themselves, and often when they do, they regret it.

6. Drawing Hearts:

These people are…..ofcourse, lovers. They love someone, their family, their near and dear ones or anyone.

7. Doing signatures too much:

Such people want to be famous, and are social, to some extent. They want to be known wherever they are.

7. Drawing human faces:

These people are beauty lovers, external beauty. They love beautiful people and being around them adoring them.

8. Abstract art:

Such people are usually lost in something, confused or deep…they have their own separate world, where they think and express their thoughts feelings, it comes out as an abstract art.

9. Shaking pencils, ticking them, shaking feet, moving fingers:

These people are anxious, or curious about something, they want something get done, and cannot resist too much.

10. Having interest in unnoticeable things like stones, paper, leaves etc. :

People like that are unique, they think multi dimensional, differently and notice things that people usually don’t and carry out different conclusions. They are often….special.

Marquis De Sade Biggest Sexual Deviant in History

Marquis De Sade was a French aristocrat, revolutionary, and writer. He’s most famous for being a rat bitched and bringing porn to people in a time where showing off your ankles was a sin.

Who Was the Marquis de Sade

Marquis de Sade, byname of Donatien-Alphonse-François, Comte de Sade

Marquis de Sade became famous for his libertine sexuality and lifestyle , a person without moral restraint, free thinkers, like people in the 60s only less happy. But mostly for his erotic and pornographic novels.

He also contributed to the “sex industry”, leaving the world with the practice of S&M. That’s right, everyone, the man invented S&M. How? Well, first of all, it’s NAMED after him.

The term, “Sadism”, is based on Marquis de Sade : the idea of developing pleasure as a result of inflicting pain. “Masochism” is first seen in some of De Sade’s more Gothic-inclined sexual novels, where, for example, the female character is bound and tormented, but also fondled, and develops a kind of attraction to her tormentors. It’s basically torture porn (only not directed by one-trick pony Hollywood directors.)

Sade’s sexual tales began with an affair with his wife’s sister, imprisoning a so-called prostitute for sexual pleasure and abuse (she escaped from the second floor window and ran away … possible idea for a Disney film? Title: “Rapunzel”…), and poisoning 2 manservants with the Spanish Fly aphrodisiac

Being the good wife that she was, Sade’s wife then joined as his accomplice in hoarding sexual slaves and staffed the castle with young “employees” of both genders for Sade’s pleasure.

That’s how this guy rolled and why he’s at the top of this list. The guy didn’t have a Sex Dungeon, he had a freakin’ Sex CASTLE.

During his life, Sade was in prison or the insane asylum for 32 years, though, due to his prolific writing and sexual deviance.

Napoleon Bonaparte ordered the final arrest of Sade, but the libertine was able to score one more affair with a 13-year old for 4 years before he passed on in 1814. He laughs at Chris Hansen from his grave.

Notably, he was in the insane asylum at the time, which would 100% make him win the “weirdest place you’ve made whoopie” game at your local baby shower.

Sade’s main goal in his writings was to create “the most impure tale that has ever been written since the world exists.” Not bad for his time.

Marquis De Sade quotes

 

“Conversation, like certain portions of the anatomy, always runs more smoothly when lubricated.”

“When she’s abandoned her moral center and teachings…when she’s cast aside her facade of propriety and lady-like demeanor…when I have so corrupted this fragile thing and brought out a writhing, mewling, bucking, wanton whore for my enjoyment and pleasure…..enticing from within this feral lioness…growling and scratching and biting…taking everything I dish out to her…..at that moment she is never more beautiful to me. ”

“It is only by way of pain one arrives at pleasure

“In order to know virtue, we must first acquaint ourselves with vice.”

“Fuck! Is one expected to be a gentleman when one is stiff?”

“We are no guiltier in following the primative impulses that govern us than is the Nile for her floods or the sea for her waves.”

Sexual pleasure is, I agree, a passion to which all others are subordinate but in which they all unite.”

“What does one want when one is engaged in the sexual act? That everything around you give you its utter attention, think only of you, care only for you…every man wants to be a tyrant when he fornicates.”

“To judge from the notions expounded by theologians, one must conclude that God created most men simply with a view to crowding hell.”

“Certain souls may seem harsh to others, but it is just a way, beknownst only to them, of caring and feeling more deeply.”

“If it is the dirty element that gives pleasure to the act of lust, then the dirtier it is, the more pleasurable it is bound to be.”

“Lust is to the other passions what the nervous fluid is to life; it supports them all, lends strength to them all ambition, cruelty, avarice, revenge, are all founded on lust.”

“There is no God, Nature sufficeth unto herself; in no wise hath she need of an author.”

“Beauty belongs to the sphere of the simple, the ordinary, whilst ugliness is something extraordinary, and there is no question but that every ardent imagination prefers in lubricity, the extraordinary to the commonplace”

“How delightful are the pleasures of the imagination! In those delectable moments, the whole world is ours; not a single creature resists us, we devastate the world, we repopulate it with new objects which, in turn, we immolate. The means to every crime is ours, and we employ them all, we multiply the horror a hundredfold.”

“You say that my way of thinking cannot be tolerated? What of it? The man who alters his way of thinking to suit othere is a fool. My way of thinking is the result of my reflections. It is part of my inner being,the way I am made. I do not contradict them, and would not even if I wished to. For my system, which you disapprove of is also my greatest comfort in life, the source of all my happiness -it means more to me than my life itself.”