Little Miss Vindicated

There was nothing passive about her aggressive...

  • 24th May
    2014
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  • 1st October
    2012
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  • 24th March
    2012
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  • 23rd March
    2012
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That sexy lovable boy is Hank…and the wonderful man holding him is Charlie…
I need to ask you a favor…but before I get there…keep the following in mind…
I take for granted every day that I can go anywhere and my legal identification is what I see it as, the world sees me as the woman I am. I am privileged to look in the mirror and, regardless of a blemish here or a pound there, recognize the person staring back at me. I’ve learned that few people know the struggles others go through. 
I’ve felt unhappy with how I looked, maybe occasionally felt dysphoria because of my weight, but I’m blessed enough that I was born in a body I can Identify with. I was born female and I am proud to be a girly voluptuous woman. 
I will never know what it is like to be just out of reach of a solution that would make the world recognizing me for me; having only money in my way. 
I am loved, I have a family, friends and a job. The world sees my physical being as I am.
To be loved, have family, friends, and a job, yet feel incomplete is a world I wish everyone who is trapped in their own personal jail could escape from. 
If everyone who reads this post could donate, even if it is just a dollar…you could help someone I love more than anything. Someone who has taught me what love really is, and still finds they are just out of reach of loving who they are every day…the way I do. 
Click through to donate… or follow this link http://www.gofundme.com/hoq0g 

That sexy lovable boy is Hank…and the wonderful man holding him is Charlie…

I need to ask you a favor…but before I get there…keep the following in mind…

I take for granted every day that I can go anywhere and my legal identification is what I see it as, the world sees me as the woman I am. I am privileged to look in the mirror and, regardless of a blemish here or a pound there, recognize the person staring back at me. I’ve learned that few people know the struggles others go through. 

I’ve felt unhappy with how I looked, maybe occasionally felt dysphoria because of my weight, but I’m blessed enough that I was born in a body I can Identify with. I was born female and I am proud to be a girly voluptuous woman. 

I will never know what it is like to be just out of reach of a solution that would make the world recognizing me for me; having only money in my way. 

I am loved, I have a family, friends and a job. The world sees my physical being as I am.

To be loved, have family, friends, and a job, yet feel incomplete is a world I wish everyone who is trapped in their own personal jail could escape from. 

If everyone who reads this post could donate, even if it is just a dollar…you could help someone I love more than anything. Someone who has taught me what love really is, and still finds they are just out of reach of loving who they are every day…the way I do. 

Click through to donate… or follow this link http://www.gofundme.com/hoq0g 

  • 26th February
    2012
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  • 26th February
    2012
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It was really hard for me to decide which one was my favorite…toss up between a few…but i think this one ended up taking the cake…ya know…because I always knew men wanted to keep their women…naked…on the floor…cleaning their shoes…
Click through for more Sexism pictured in 30 vintage ads….

It was really hard for me to decide which one was my favorite…toss up between a few…but i think this one ended up taking the cake…ya know…because I always knew men wanted to keep their women…naked…on the floor…cleaning their shoes…

Click through for more Sexism pictured in 30 vintage ads….

  • 20th February
    2012
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  • 17th January
    2012
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  • 17th January
    2012
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This is from this sunday’s post secret.

Sometimes I really feel this way…but now that I know what its like to have a cell phone I’m ashamed to admit I can’t imagine how I would deal without having one. 

This is from this sunday’s post secret.

Sometimes I really feel this way…but now that I know what its like to have a cell phone I’m ashamed to admit I can’t imagine how I would deal without having one. 

  • 17th January
    2012
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