The person I reblogged this from has a blog worth following.
Well Santa, he never stood a Chance!
I don’t normally reblog sexy things, but this one made me happy. She’s not plus size model fat, but fat fat. And she hasn’t been photoshopped to death, she still has rolls, and the little fold at the top of her arm, and you can see the lines of her feet.
Also, I adore the gender swap from normal advertising, she’s alert, happy, with a playful expression, while Santa is just laying there.
Also, I don’t want to know what is being advertised, it’d probably make me sad, so I am going to go with willful ignorance.
I legit didn’t even notice santa was there until it was pointed out in the comments.
And geekgirlsmash, I’m about to make you very happy. It’s an ad for Duloren, a Brazilian lingerie company that makes both straight-sized and plus-sized (and I mean actual plus, not ‘American size 12 is plus’ kind of plus) lingerie. The model in question is Mayara Russi (slight, slight tw on that site in general for discussion of sizes/weights and body issues, though the thread I linked is fine).
Also, they’re apparently pro-gay-marriage; click the ‘campanhas’ button on the brazilian site and it takes you to an ad promoting the campaign for gay marriage in brazil (as far as I can tell. My portuguese is rusty at best)
The USA site, of course, is about as classy as you’d expect.
i’m really enjoying this!
I just wanna kiss it!
She is adorable.
SHE IS THE CUTEST OF ALL THE CUTE THINGS
(edit: not that she is a thing. but in terms of the fact that there are many cute people and places and things and out of all of them she is THE CUTEST)
Princess Angela of Liechtenstein is the first and only black princess in reigning European monarchy. They’re so precious, I think this should have got much more media attention, the first royal interracial marriage is something that should have been celebrated!
And she’s Panamanian, #ForeverReblog
THIS IS TOO ADORABLE. SHE’S GORGEOUS
Why isn’t this ALL OVER my dash & on the news? Soo happy :}
Looking for a few suggestions.
So I’m taking an 20th century American Women’s history class and for my research paper I’m supposed to look at a famous American woman and analyse her life and how she affected history.
I’m not really up to par when it comes to American history and so on (gogo not being American! haha) and I know a bunch of you are!
The only restrictions are when (1890-1999) and said lady doing something that changed the world after her.
If any of you have a suggestion that’d be amazing! I’d really like to learn about someone new!
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