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Showing posts from August, 2011

Fluffy girl JEER

American apparel is doing a "plus size model search" So all you curvy cuties size 16 and up.....DONT bother The good people at AA are looking for Size XL or American size 12. But IF you are interested check out for details on how to enter .....

Fluffy Girl Jeer.....

Paul M. Kramer will be released a self published book to encourage young girls to diet. As if young girls don't have enough reasons to come home and cry themselves to sleep about the way they look............NOW WE HAVE A BOOK.The description of the book is; " This book is about a 14 year old girl who goes on a diet and is transformed from being extremely overweight and insecure to a normal sized girl who becomes the school soccer star. Through time, exercise and hard work, Maggie becomes more and more confident and develops a positive self image." Apparently Mr. Kramer thinks its acceptable to pick on little girls? My question is who is to say that young chubby girls can't play soccer and be secure about their beauty?Why can't plus size women be confident and have positive self image?WHAT IS NORMAL SIZE? Am I an advocate for childhood obesity? NO But I am the little girl who is beautiful,physically active,and loves herself despite her extra fluff. I

Congrats are in order

Cleveland Rapper, Machine Gun Kelly signed to Bad Boy Records! Machine Gun Kelly & Cookii, during the 216 the takeover 420 podcast

Brianna Williams; Miss Plus America 2011

Brianna Williams Miss Fort Worth Plus America 2010*Miss Tarrant County Plus America 2011*Miss Texas Plus America 2011*Miss Plus America 201 1 I recently had a chance to get a few questions in with the newly crowned national Queen about life,fashion,platforms,etc.   How was the road to pageant different this year vs last year? This year I planned my journey accordingly! I prepared myself by learning about my body. I spent more time dancing in front of the mirror than walking. I wanted to watch the way my body moved and flowed. I am comfortable when I’m dancing. I took what I learned about my body through dance and put that knowledge into the walk. The most important thing I changed was my outlook on the competition. I solely focused on what I wanted to do with my title. I did not view the prize list before the pageant. Whenever I would catch myself looking at my fellow delegates I would log off of the internet. I did not want to focus my attention on what “they” might do. I turned al