Your Size is Just a NumberYour Size is Just a NumberYour Size is Just a Number by RainingBlackStars
It is a shame that many people in the world today are unable to feel comfortable in their own skin. Today, it is increasingly becoming harder to live up to and meet society’s beauty standards. Clothing styles and sizes are constantly changing as time goes on, so why is it that people can not accept themselves for who they are?
Currently at a size 18, I fall into the “plus-size” category in department stores. I used to feel ashamed myself when I went shopping because I could never fit into the clothes that were in style, or even in my style. Clothing sizes are varied across retail companies and brands, which can make it very difficult to find clothes that fit, no matter what body type you have. I understand that comparing yourself to others is one of the most difficult tasks to avoid and conquer. It has taken me a long time to realize that I am not fat, or ugly, or not good enough. It is still a chore to get up everyday and tell myself that I
I'm just a girl making her way through life. I grew up a strict Catholic, but haven't considered myself any form of Christian since 2005. I am still working on loving myself before I decide on a religious path, though I'm open to options. I'm a fan of hypnosis, am a pervy lesbian (but still sweet as can be!), and am a relatively open book. I want to be an artist of some kind, but my muse won't finish her Caribbean vacation except to check in and drive me mad by dangling some little snippet of an idea then running back to her mimosas.
Current Residence: Minnesota
deviantWEAR sizing preference: XL
Operating System: Fedora
MP3 player of choice: iPod Touch 4th Gen
Favourite cartoon character: Green Lantern