True Life: I Have Body Quirks

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March 26, 2012 ‐ By

As women, loving the body we see in the mirror can be an arduous task. So arduous, in fact,  many of us never master it. Countless women will spend minutes, hours, even days of their lives comparing themselves to other women, whether they see them on the street, on a magazine cover or on their television screens. We receive so many messages about what female beauty is supposed to be, it can be hard to accept the reality. We asked some of our followers to describe what they considered to be flaws on their body. We didn’t ask them to do this so we could all laugh at our fellow sisters or throw a pity party. We did this so we could show that no woman is completely happy with her body but the key is learning to accept what you have and make the best of it. After reading some of these body quirks perhaps you realize one of these things:

1.) My quirks aren’t that bad.

2.) I’m not alone.

3.) This process of putting it all out there, helps us to accept what we have and move on.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DMZ6IXSUWNZC6BVRCWSXJ7H2MI Felicia

    I don’t really notice my body quirks until I try to take sexy pictures for my man. Then its like “My breasts look okay but why do I have 3 chins” (holds head up to fix the chins and takes another picture) then its “Damn, why are my breasts so lopsided”…(contorts body so boobs look normal) then my cellulite doesn’t act right. 

    We (women) are so critical of ourselves when our lovers probably don’t even notice our quirks. I think that it was Katt Williams that said (in reference to stretch marks) “Either you were big and got small or small and got big, either way we’re phuckin’”

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  • Is It 5:00 Yet?

    I feel slightly better.

  • Mocha_687

    my knees touch and my thighs rub together like they’re starting a fire. Even when I was smaller, I had the same problem. I’m also flat footed, which sucks.  At the end of the day, l’m able bodied and in good health. Can’t complain.

  • jackieOsassin

    i have oprah arms too….and stomach fat that just won’t quit.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1415696195 Calandrial PhoenixRising Afriy

    Glad I’m not alone…

  • sigh of relief

    I feel much better

  • L-Boogie

    Yeah, body quirks are a trip.  

  • Dee

    What kind of sick s**t is this? 

    • Yolo

      its not sick-its real