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14 thoughts on “Support This Blog!

  1. Casey says:

    Thank you. Just thank you.
    I’m 41, mom of 2 and curvy. I have had a mental battle on what that means fashion wise.
    I now realize it means whatever the fuck I want.

  2. Gwen says:

    Just found your site — was passed on to me by a friend.. You just GO GIRL… I’m 67 – and do not nor did I ever ‘fit the so called ‘normal’ size for girls, teenager, young adult extending to my now ‘ senior’ years.. Now, however, the humps and lumps’ are really challenging — my dilemma continues.

    Keep up the GREAT WORK… I will explore your site when I have more time.. πŸ˜‰

    Journey Joyfully
    Gwen

  3. Karen Poppy says:

    I love this and whoever that Kaylie tart is, she needs to do one ! I’m 52 and I’d love her to come tell me what I can and can’t wear, what I can and can’t have, own etc !! Who the bloody hell does she think she is. Like I say I’m 52 have always worn whatever the fuck I like and always will and thAt most certainly does not involve twinset and pearls !!

  4. Dawn Shipley says:

    Keep it up you are hilarious and a breath of fresh air – so good to see this – I am 56 and struggling with my wrinkles and hair and mirrors are not what they used to be thanks – for the slap upside the head. . HUgs Dawn

  5. Gloria says:

    WOW…. Totally Awesome! !
    I’m 66… never fitted into the fashion scene & have always tried to wear what I thought was MY thing. However the older I get the more I realise I was trying to be as fashionable as possible for my body type. I now wear whatever the fuck I want…but these days it’s a matter of price… bummer!!!πŸ˜ƒ

  6. Girl Rebuilt says:

    TW: Rape and domestic violence

    BRAVO! This piece is brilliant and deserves all the recognition it’s getting. I’m a 41 year old single mom. I spent 12 years in an abusive marriage where I was told what to do, think, and yes, what to wear. The price of getting out was stalking, a rape, and a brutal murder attempt. He broke in and put the claw end of a framing hammer through my skull. He thought I was dead when he turned away. I then spent years in court, where they tell you exactly what to wear to make the “right impression” on the jury. And even in this day and age, I’m only going back a few years, I was repeatedly asked in court what I was wearing when my estranged husband raped me. I’ll never recover from the injuries I sustained. But I am back to being me. And I wear, every moment of every day, WHATEVER THE FUCK I WANT, because no one will ever tell me what to wear again.

  7. Lisa Veit says:

    Oh you just made my day!
    A absolutely loved your article.

    Poor Kallie clearly has one or two issues with aging- shame, poor girl. Needs some real women and positive affirmation to just be herself in her life . We need to help her πŸ˜‰

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