Warning!!


This is a link because some of the language included in the post itself is a little offensive. However, the content of the post is phenomenal. I urge you to look beyond the poorly-chosen adjectives and consider the intent of the author.

Every social media outlet is seemingly flooded with “fitspiration”, “thinspiration” and everything in between lately. You can’t go on Facebook or Pinterest now without noticing a text war revolving around thigh gaps and images of “real women”. But how many of these arguments are rooted in real fact and not just hurt feelings? Are these images and sayings really motivational or…

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