I’m an artist so I feel far more comfortable being behind the lens / canvas than in front of it.. but I’m slowly but surely trying to accept and love myself more… come say hi :) I really love meeting new people and I’m friendly..
I’m the lovely lady in the yellow, (the other lady is my best friend in the whole world) It took me 20 years to know and love my body the way I do today. I love every curve, ever “fat roll”, every stretch mark. I recently came out a few months back and that led me to accepting myself for who I am. I hid my sexual preference since I was probably eight years old. I was always unsure of what I was but I finally just plunged and decided to ignore anyone’s thoughts & do something that makes me happy. Since coming out I’ve been happier, with being happier, I’ve came completely out of depression, or as I feel. I’m a ham for the camera & for anyone’s attention. Because I know that any other woman that I’m with that can love me for who I am and not think of me differently because I wear double digit pants and they wear singles, then that’s a true partner. Never doubt yourself or who you are. Always believe in yourself & do whatever it takes to make sure that you fall asleep with a smile on your face. Love that life you were given, it’s the one & only, you should never waste it.
My name is Amber. I’m 18 years old and a size 14/16. All throughout my life I was bullied for my weight. For years I hated myself and who I was. My freshman year in high school I started using fake profiles. I’ve hurt a lot of people, some whom I’ve grown to care about and still talk to today but as myself. After four years of fake profiles, two of my best friends found out. We sat down and spoke about it, they helped me realize that it needed to end. Here I am, a week and a half after being caught, and I feel fantastic about myself. I feel free, and I don’t care what anyone says about me anymore. I’m finally happy in my skin. I’ve faked smiles for years, and there it is. The real smile everyone’s been waiting for.
I guess what I’m trying to say is… Be comfortable in your skin and with yourself. You’re beautiful, anyone who tells you differently is wrong. You don’t need to hide behind fake pictures to talk to people, because that really gets you nothing but heartache. So be yourself, and remember, you’re perfect the way you are. ♥