Loving Your Unique Body As A Woman
BBW (big beautiful woman), Petite, Thick, womb shifter, Figure 8, Team Natural
While all these labels provide a means to find a sense of belonging, they shouldn’t be held on to so tightly. For the person that identifies as such and for the person that covets people with such identifiers, remember that the only constant thing is change.
What happens when the 10 inch womb shifter suffers from erectile disfunction, when the doubleDs get a cancer diagnosis, the light skin suffers a fire accident, the hormonal or thyroid disfunction ruins the the figure 8, the alopecia takes away all the hair, the BBW gets a type 2 Diabetes diagnosis and needs to change her diet?
While we can’t help what we admire or are attracted to, we still have the power to choose. If you identify with any of these labels, it’s okay. It’s normal to want to feel a sense of belonging to something, but you cannot let these things soley define you because they can change. When people that rely soley on this experience such changes, they feel like they cease to exist. They lose their sense of identity.
If you are someone that is so caught up with these labels that you specifically choose to be with people that are for example BBW, what do you do when she decides she wants to exercise and get in shape? What do you do when your CEO partner’s company fails? Do they cease to exist in your eyes?
Behind the labels are people, souls that are constantly evolving. Even as we go through life and the fiery furnace of circumstances that forge us, we evolve and grow. Whatever physical attribute, material possession that you think defines you, understand that they can pass. As you search for depth within, do so in others.
We are so much more than our labels.
I have a passion for writing and keen eyes for fashion. You can catch me burying my head in a great book or surfing the internet for new ideas. I am a student in the school of life, still learning, growing and becoming more. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @Ada1stlady