THE TUMMY PROJECT :: a place for encouragement, acceptance, & love for others and, especially, for ourselves. ♥ many posts will be triggering, so please be warned. this is a safe space to show and discuss your scars and stories. please feel free to submit your own tummy, and keep reblogging and loving the courageous tummies already featured! lots of love, ~raynala
An up-to-date picture of my tummy! And my razor bumps because if i don’t shave for a day or two my skin likes to try and get back at me. I’m so cute, lately i haven’t really been feeling like my natural cute earth goddess self but hopefully I’ll get back on with that positive set of mind because i think it’s important, especially as someone who’s body doesn’t exactly fit the mold of the “ideal” way a woman’s body should look line, to maintain a positive outlook on just how magical and fantastic our bodies are. LOOK AT HOW FUCKING CUTE ALL OF THESE HAIRS ON MY BODY ARE! I’m so sad that i spent so much time and discomfort trying to hide or get rid of them, because i really wasn’t happy when i was constantly worrying about my shirt lifting up and showing my skin or anything like that. There’s nothing wrong with this, and there isn’t anything wrong with thinking of myself as a mystical, celestial being and a fine piece of ass that i know i am.
hi, i’m tori. this is my first submission here but i’m a long time follower. this blog is a wonderful confidence booster and it has helped me start to really love my body. excuse the poor quality of the photo, i’m super unfamiliar with mirror selfies!