And let's all be real for a moment..." Fat Acceptance" is for Fat Women...not Fat People. Majority don't think that fat men are attractive.
EDIT 1- Look if you are fat...love yourself, just don't give up trying to be fit and ACCEPTING that "its probably just genetics...i am perfect the way i am"
EDIT 2- Your life is your decision...i am not dictating anything here, just saying a harsh truth. Am overweight myself by 30 pounds and still stand by what I say, because as much as I love myself, know that at the end of the day I am responsible for my weight for my choices.
That latest episode of Mandalorian is for me on par with the very best of the original trilogy. The suspense, the action, the emotion...and the cameo at the end is honestly my favourite and most impactful moment I have enjoyed on screen since I saw Vaders redemption way back when. They could not have nailed it any more. It completely blew me away and was absolutely fucking perfect.
Thank you, you have saved Star Wars and given myself and millions of others hope that the sequels (you are entitled to like them) aren't it for Star Wars, and that it is only going to get better. Its in great hands.
Favreau and Filoni...A NEW HOPE
Today I ran 2 miles in 28 minutes. To some this may look like an unsuccessful “run”. However, to me this is my post COVID lung reality. To be really honest, I’m embarrassed to even post this. This is the best time I’ve had since getting sick 8 weeks ago. Weeks ago, I couldn’t even make it half a mile without almost passing out. So today, I am proud of my time bc this means I am getting better. I’m just so happy I’m starting to feel normal again and was able to lightly jog. So thankful!!
For comparison purposes, I am 23F, no prior health issues & typically a 25-30 miles a week, 8 minute pace girl. So this has definitely been a change of pace. (Ha!)
We see these posts every single week-- childfree individuals have partners who are not proactively childfree on their own, but who seem content to go along with things....until the day they aren't.
At the risk of hurting some feelings, I will say this trend seems especially common with childfree women and their male partners. The woman reiterates year after year that she never wants children, ever, and year after year her partner smiles and nods. Until his buddies start having kids and gush about the Kodak moments while their wives are doing all the scut work, or his family starts pressuring him, or his coworkers start giving him grief, or he starts feeling antsy about a "legacy," etc.
Y'all. Be careful out there with your hearts and bodies. A partner who says they are "fine" not having children because they "would rather have you" often leave these words unspoken: "......for now."
Anything short of complete enthusiasm for being childfree, not just going with what you want to do,... keep reading on reddit ➡
There’s definitely a component of racism from the angle Steve has been coming for Tayshia and it’s possible he doesn’t recognize it because he gets very angry and defensive when confronted about it. Which is a terrible way to react when someone comes up to you about your racial biases
Still that’s not an excuse! He’s always been inexplicably cynical about her ever since we knew she was going on Colton’s season. He accused her of breaking up with an ex just to go on the show and then when that ex said that wasn’t the case to Steve and cleared her name, Steve said she didn’t get along with the rest of the cast of women because he didn’t see them leave Instagram comments on her posts. Which again wasn’t true just strange things he would insinuate about her to the public
He later insisted there was no chance she’d become the bachelorette and published a letter someone wrote explaining she couldn’t be the lead because she was already divorced and “lost her chance at love” and then sprea... keep reading on reddit ➡
I just turned 41. I am very successful in my career in a very male-oriented field with all the expectations and stigma that entails. I've been with my boyfriend for 3 years. He's not interested in getting married, and at this point that's fine. Everyone assumes this was my dream and that I'm happy but it couldn't be further from the truth. I know there are women who live for this and want to be where I am, and I applaud them for it. It's just not me. I wanted to be a wife and mother and have a just okay job or even just skills so that I could support me and my kids if something happened.
I was overjoyed to get married when I was 24 and the happiest day of my life was the birth of my son. He died of cancer just after he turned one and my husband died a year later, leaving me a widow just before my 27th birthday. I've never been close to my family for reasons that have varied over the years. I have friends, but they got their own families and lives. I had nothing, except for my career.... keep reading on reddit ➡
I figured I would listen to the episode first before I develop strong opinions. So here we go. I am trying to be as neutral as possible but I recommend listening to the podcast to hear his tone
RS also had Dominique from Big Brother on the show but I'm skipping that. It does explain why this interview is so short.
Listening at 2x speed please excuse typos.
Josh is Tayshia's ex husband. He emailed RS at first to chat a few weeks ago. It was RS idea about the podcast. Josh was "fed up" with the narrative about him. "He could have been paid to talk to TMZ. But he stayed silent."
Off topic but RS and Kat are no longer dating and they're good friends
WHY DO YOU WANT TO DO THIS?