[Image Description: Photos of me, a short fat Latina.
Top photo I’m wearing a light pink sweater that has a floral design with the words “Bow Down” and light wash Jeggings.
Middle photo: I’m siding facing sideways from the camera. I’m wearing a black beanie, hair down, geometric print bandeau top with burgundy and blue, burgundy sweater, black drop crotch pants, and nikes.
Bottom: I’m standing in a field with people around me. I’m wearing a black hat with gold print that says boss stylized as “BO$$”, black top with wolf design, black jeans, light purple belt, and vans.]

Photoset: Outside Lands looks 2k14

[Image Description: Lola stands with her hands with her arms raised up pointing up at a sign made out of a string of heard with letters on them that read “muffintopia”.]

Went to the 6th Annual Cupcakes and Muffintops Clothinf Swap in Oakland this weekend. Felt it appropriate to wear my “Fat Babe” tee from pocfatfashion. Paired it with some leopard print shorts with suspenders and white mesh booties. 

I got to meet up with a fellow poc who was so sweet and awesome. Loved seeing lots of people there and it definitely grew from last year.

Let’s be real for a second though… If you wanna keep it ~positive~ or whatever stop reading now… It was also hella white. Like hella hella white. A lot of white folks were trying clothes on outside of the dressing room which is great in some ways because people determined it was a safe space for that for some folks but also… yr white of course you are determining it’s safe for you without thinking about how other folks feel about you doing this. I am not trying to have my path of travel blocked by you either as I try to get to that asos skirt I see at the bottom of the pile at the other end of the table please get out the way.

[Image Description: Lola stands with her hands with her arms raised up pointing up at a sign made out of a string of heard with letters on them that read “muffintopia”.]

Went to the 6th Annual Cupcakes and Muffintops Clothinf Swap in Oakland this weekend. Felt it appropriate to wear my “Fat Babe” tee from pocfatfashion. Paired it with some leopard print shorts with suspenders and white mesh booties.

I got to meet up with a fellow poc who was so sweet and awesome. Loved seeing lots of people there and it definitely grew from last year.

Let’s be real for a second though… If you wanna keep it ~positive~ or whatever stop reading now… It was also hella white. Like hella hella white. A lot of white folks were trying clothes on outside of the dressing room which is great in some ways because people determined it was a safe space for that for some folks but also… yr white of course you are determining it’s safe for you without thinking about how other folks feel about you doing this. I am not trying to have my path of travel blocked by you either as I try to get to that asos skirt I see at the bottom of the pile at the other end of the table please get out the way.

iamatinyowl:

quelola:

[image description: photo of Lola, a short fat lo-fi femme Latina with long brown hair brushed to one side. She wears a sleeveless white top, a black skirt with sheer panels at the bottom, and black and white nike trainers. One hand is on her hip, the other is holding a small wallet. She stands in front of a wall that is half white, half black and has the word “carb” spray painted on it in white.]
CARB Athletic femme aesthetic.


1. What the HELL is a lo-fi femme??!! I googled it and literally nothing came up at all. 2. I love this outfit ok3. Why do people describe the image in the caption? I can’t figure it out and it’s driving me slowly insane. Someone help. 4. I require this skirt.

1) it’s a term I use to describe my femme aesthetic. Lo-fi means a “lower” quality of music, but I am using it to describe my aesthetic because I’m a femme who simplifies shit in order to survive. I don’t think lower femme, messy femmes, femmes who keep it simple are any less femme. 3) people add the caption for accessibility.

iamatinyowl:

quelola:

[image description: photo of Lola, a short fat lo-fi femme Latina with long brown hair brushed to one side. She wears a sleeveless white top, a black skirt with sheer panels at the bottom, and black and white nike trainers. One hand is on her hip, the other is holding a small wallet. She stands in front of a wall that is half white, half black and has the word “carb” spray painted on it in white.]

CARB Athletic femme aesthetic.

1. What the HELL is a lo-fi femme??!! I googled it and literally nothing came up at all.

2. I love this outfit ok

3. Why do people describe the image in the caption? I can’t figure it out and it’s driving me slowly insane. Someone help.

4. I require this skirt.

1) it’s a term I use to describe my femme aesthetic. Lo-fi means a “lower” quality of music, but I am using it to describe my aesthetic because I’m a femme who simplifies shit in order to survive. I don’t think lower femme, messy femmes, femmes who keep it simple are any less femme.

3) people add the caption for accessibility.

Photo set of me at Disneyland.
It took my third recent visit to find out that Ursula had her own grotto inside DCA. Did y’all know that? It’s a perfect little liar.

Festival Photoset: Various images of me at Outside Lands last year.

tierracita:

Did you know that quelola and I run Fat People of Color, the tumblr? 

We’ll we do and I would love to see more of you all submit! So head on over and submit a photo! 

xo

Cory 

Facts!

submit some media y’all!

Fat Babe Masterpost

fatshitcray:

anchorsofasail0r:

Reblog this post if you’re a fat babe that follows back, then look in the notes and follow.

This way we can all find each other, and create a massive support system. Oh, and of course group hug!

💟

(Yes, if you’re a man you’re allowed to be a fat babe)

Yay let’s do this again! ✨💖✨

Searches notes for femme pocs!

(Source: thefatvond, via strangeasanjles)

Tags: femme fat poc

muchachafanzine:

Muchacha Fanzine Issue 6, Summer 13’ “The Case of the San Antonio Four & Other Legal Injustices”This 28 pg issue features the story of the “San Antonio Four,” four Latina Lesbians who were wrongly convicted of the gang rape of two young girls. This 6th edition of Muchacha brings to light the injustices that these women have suffered by the hands of the criminal justice system. This issue calls into question how lack of evidence, inconsistent testimonials, skewed medical reports, junk science, homophobia and satanic ritual abuse, among other issues, are factors that have led to the imprisonment of four innocent women for 13 years and counting. This edition also presents work on other legal injustices such as transphobia within the legal system and documentation, rape culture, the feminist porn debate and a detailed account of sex worker Aileen Wournos’ unfair trial. 
Buy your copy HERE.
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muchachafanzine:

Muchacha Fanzine

Issue 6, Summer 13’

“The Case of the San Antonio Four & Other Legal Injustices”

This 28 pg issue features the story of the “San Antonio Four,” four Latina Lesbians who were wrongly convicted of the gang rape of two young girls. This 6th edition of Muchacha brings to light the injustices that these women have suffered by the hands of the criminal justice system. This issue calls into question how lack of evidence, inconsistent testimonials, skewed medical reports, junk science, homophobia and satanic ritual abuse, among other issues, are factors that have led to the imprisonment of four innocent women for 13 years and counting. This edition also presents work on other legal injustices such as transphobia within the legal system and documentation, rape culture, the feminist porn debate and a detailed account of sex worker Aileen Wournos’ unfair trial.

Buy your copy HERE.

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(via fyqueerlatinxs)

[image description: a photo of my body from the chest down taken from above.]

[image description: a photo of my body from the chest down taken from above.]

16mg:

Amy Winehouse - Tears Dry On Their Own

My fav Amy song forever

(Source: plantfitness, via masteradept)

Tags: music