Uhh I think ya’ll remember this post from the other night, maybe? Somehow someone (who will remain nameless) got the actual whole post (I have no clue how, maybe a friend?) and sent me the link.
"bitches who squat will never have a real thick ass like i do anyways" OMfg hahhahaa pls stop.
…Hmm if I had to pick between my old fat saggy ass and my current rounded firm ass which happened by training my glute muscles with squats/lunges etc etc (and if you think muscle is an unnatural thing for a body to have you are actually dumber than a doorknob, seeing as muscle is a natural fucking part of a body).. I’d pick my butt now. ;)
Her arrogance and pride is clearly a false facade to cover up her shitty self esteem. People who act like this towards others with such hate and rudeness simply aren’t happy with themselves. Period. Why put others down for just living their lives and enjoying whatever else? Just because you aren’t particularly fond of it doesn’t mean it justifies you shitting all over people who actually love what they do.
also “im ana strong” what the fuck?????? omfg dead and and AND u uneducated trash, BMI under 18.5 is underweight, so yes, you are probably clinically underweight according to the BMI. and no shit, if you describe yourself as”Ana strong” it would only be fucking logical to conclude you aren’t healthy, mentally or physically. check yo’ self before ya wreck yo’ self
Since she thinks muscles are so gross, I have the perfect boy for her:
Or maybe since he’s got little biceps he’s too muscular for her. I guess she’ll have to keep searching for the perfect skinny dude.
But all jokes aside, here’s the thing: I have no problem with people being skinny, and if a woman or a man prefers to be skinny, that’s their prerogative. Even if they think muscles are not attractive. Or if they think that men look good with muscles and women don’t or whatever. That’s all their right.
The real problem is that I spent years trying everything in my power to stay skinny. Like so many young people out there, I fought endlessly to starve myself into a size 2, and my relationship with food has never been the same. It gets better, but it is a constant battle that I believe I will be fighting for years to come.
Weight lifting is how I started recovering, and so many people I know have recovered in a similar way. Weight lifting is more than just about building muscle - it’s about cleaning up your life, learning to eat what your body needs to perform, and creating the kind of discipline and dedication that you can’t have from simply dieting.
People like Amanda and Allie are complaining about the types of bodies other people want. They say that this isn’t out of jealousy; that it’s just that it’s disgusting. The problem with this is they make people think that they have the right to tell other people what is attractive and what isn’t. What choices they should make with their bodies.
What’s worse is that there is someone like this in everyone’s lives, telling us that we aren’t good enough as we are and shitting on what makes us happy.
There’s always going to be an Amanda or an Allie on our Facebook, telling us that we aren’t good enough. And they may actually think that they’re just voicing an opinion. But you can’t let that kind of negativity bleed into your life and stop you from doing what you love.
Personally, I hope she’s wrong, and this “trend” of having muscles is here to stay. (Which is funny, because women bodybuilders have existed for decades - it just happens that more women have been trying to compete lately.) The reason I have this hope is that so many people have started their recovery of the eating disorders that this Allie seems to be so proud of by eating more and getting to the gym. But no matter what you want your body to look like - skinny, curvy, athletic, muscular or any combination or the above - don’t let the haters get you down. Surround yourself with positivity and love, because there are always going to be people out there who don’t understand you and don’t appreciate your accomplishments, and you don’t need that kind of negativity in your life. And always do your best to be healthy.