Chocoholic's Asylum

  1. youngblackandvegan:

    yeah no

    i’m not one of those people that will preach unconditional sex positivity

    because some people’s “kinks” are having sex with children

    and rubbing their genitals on random people on the train

    so na

    miss me with the lectures about “kink shaming”

    because there is a line

    and way too many people cross it

    (via jordan-caron)

  2. http://loovethatletsgo.tumblr.com/post/97760454548/rhyse-i-have-never-seen-a-skinny-girl-be

    rhyse:

    i have never seen a skinny girl be taunted and poked and prodded and have things thrown at her in class only for the teacher to ignore it

    i have never seen a kid call another kids mom a “twig”

    i have never seen photos of skinny people doing normal things posted online for millions…

  3. (Source: makemestfu)

  4. all-thats-interesting:

    Behind The Scenes Of “Game Of Death”

    Source: Imgur

  5. blogilates:

This image strikes me hard. As I little girl, I was chubby, I was made fun of (having my last name didn’t help either), and I do remember turning my fingers into little scissors and wishing I could cut off my fat.

Honestly, I didn’t even know what fat was or that anything was “wrong” with me until the other kids told me so. Some days I was really terrified of going to school. I tried to distract it all by just studying harder.

It wasn’t until 7th grade when I started to get taller/skinnier and when I moved to a new school that the bullying stopped. 

This notion that “thinner is better” and that “fat is bad” gets ingrained in kids’ head from an early age…whether it’s subliminally from media or just hearing it from other family members complaining about their bodies. So it is HARD to accept your body when everyone tells you not to. Body dissatisfaction begins to take over your life and you become obsessed with changing it. And you know what? Some girls won’t know how to. That’s when the dangerous habits begin.

"Over 80 percent of 10-year-old girls are afraid of being fat. By middle school, 40-70 percent of girls are dissatisfied with two or more parts of their body, and body satisfaction hits rock bottom between the ages of 12 and 15." (NYC.gov)

So how do I like my body now that I’m a fitness instructor? There’s days when I love it and days when I hate it just like any other girl. Social media comments don’t make it any easier, but seriously if you make stupid remarks and your profile is private and you have no followers, just stop it. 

I know that at the end of the day, I am more than just my physical appearance. Seriously. My body holds my talents, my dreams, and my drive. It doesn’t define me. So don’t let it define you either. Let’s teach our little girls this. They don’t need to know that anything is wrong with their body because there isn’t. They just need to know that they should smile, work hard, and reach for their wildest dreams, whatever it may be. The change starts with this generation, now.

Thanks @fit2fat2fitwife and @fit2fat2fit for the emotional conversation yesterday.

    blogilates:

    This image strikes me hard. As I little girl, I was chubby, I was made fun of (having my last name didn’t help either), and I do remember turning my fingers into little scissors and wishing I could cut off my fat.

    Honestly, I didn’t even know what fat was or that anything was “wrong” with me until the other kids told me so. Some days I was really terrified of going to school. I tried to distract it all by just studying harder.

    It wasn’t until 7th grade when I started to get taller/skinnier and when I moved to a new school that the bullying stopped.

    This notion that “thinner is better” and that “fat is bad” gets ingrained in kids’ head from an early age…whether it’s subliminally from media or just hearing it from other family members complaining about their bodies. So it is HARD to accept your body when everyone tells you not to. Body dissatisfaction begins to take over your life and you become obsessed with changing it. And you know what? Some girls won’t know how to. That’s when the dangerous habits begin.

    "Over 80 percent of 10-year-old girls are afraid of being fat. By middle school, 40-70 percent of girls are dissatisfied with two or more parts of their body, and body satisfaction hits rock bottom between the ages of 12 and 15." (NYC.gov)

    So how do I like my body now that I’m a fitness instructor? There’s days when I love it and days when I hate it just like any other girl. Social media comments don’t make it any easier, but seriously if you make stupid remarks and your profile is private and you have no followers, just stop it.

    I know that at the end of the day, I am more than just my physical appearance. Seriously. My body holds my talents, my dreams, and my drive. It doesn’t define me. So don’t let it define you either. Let’s teach our little girls this. They don’t need to know that anything is wrong with their body because there isn’t. They just need to know that they should smile, work hard, and reach for their wildest dreams, whatever it may be. The change starts with this generation, now.

    Thanks @fit2fat2fitwife and @fit2fat2fit for the emotional conversation yesterday.

  6. insanityarc:

    theleastinterestingmanwithablog:

    just-laff:

    egberts:

    if i ever met a genie i wouldnt wish for a million dollars id wish that whenever i bought something i’d always have the right amount of money to pay for it in my pocket

    you are one of the great thinkers of our time

    If I was a genie I’d make the money only ever be in pennies and then you’d die if you tried to buy anything large

    you are one of the great bastards of our time

    (via pterodactylsandchocolate)

  7. postllimit:

    why iphones gotta take two million years to turn back on after they die like you plug em in and you’re all ready to start texting again but they’re like “nope. i gotta take some time for myself. figure out who i am. you hurt me too much the last time. let me think.”

    (Source: postllimit, via pterodactylsandchocolate)

  8. nw44:

    spookygoon:

    take note gentlemen

    yes yes yes yes yes

    (Source: rdjsass, via jordan-caron)

  9. deliver-me-to-my-fate:

    shouldnt:

    They really need to make capri sun packs bigger.  I’m not fucking 7 anymore.  I am a grown man.  All I’m saying is that sometimes 6.5 fl. oz. just doesn’t cut it. 

    Finally!

  10. thebabbagepatch:

    holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit holy shit

    (Source: sizvideos, via pterodactylsandchocolate)