“This is my body.”
The video message from Blogger Loey lane takes not even two minutes. The effect of their inspiring words continues however much longer.
Loey lane knows what it’s like when other people to prematurely judge one. She knows the reproachful looks that throw to other people due to their weight. But these looks are superficial. In truth, these people about both Loey Lane and other Plus-size women judge without really knowing anything about them or their bodies. In the video below the young fashion and beauty blogger from America is a clear statement against prejudice that.
“When people see me, they think I would sit all day on the couch and eat Fast Food from McDonald, although I have not even seen a BigMac in truth in my whole life.”
The Plus-size beauty is sorry to hear it, what’s wrong with her body by another.They should allow a judgement on the body of another person that they know about. Loey lane would say all these people who quickly form an opinion about them, their body and their State of health, why she likes her body.
“This body can run for miles, without leaving me in the lurch. This body is strong. This body has curves. He has muscles and cellulite. This body is fed with wholesome food, but he also does not cease to work when I eat at something else. This body wears a dress size 40, the average size of the American woman. He was so to show how he is: beautiful. This is the body I’ll have for the rest of my life. It shows my efforts and my progress.”
In the video in TheInternetFAQs Loey lanes voice comes from the off, while she is seeing, as they skillfully pretty swimwear for women with oversize presents. With these strong and beautiful images also supports their last inspiring words.
“I’m grateful for what this body for me has done. I am grateful for the healthy way, for which I’ve decided both mentally as physically. I’m proud of it, what is got over. This is my body.”
Also Julie Creffield out of England is with her blog ‘ the fat girl’s Guide to running’ a great sign it quickly to make a wrong judgment about overweight women. There’s more information on Julie’s project.