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No. 75631[Reply]

There is another thread for fit girl problems, but this is a thread open for everyone regardless of your experience with fitness and exercise.

Some ideas for what to discuss:
>share your fitness/body/health goals
>ask questions
>exchange tips and advice
>post routines
>update on progress
>vent about roadblocks
>give support!

Hopefully this thread can be a mix of people who are totally new and people who have been at it for a while. We can help each other out.
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No. 183326

>>183313
How about cycling? That way you can easily determine the level of intensity, starting out with a slower more leisurely pace and gradually increasing the speed and distance as you get used to it. Even better if you actually have a bicycle instead of using a stationary one, since it can be motivating to seek out nice routes.

No. 183332

>>182152
Me too (although I also want a nice proportional lower body). I wish I could get over my social anxiety and hit the gym. If only I had a gym buddy willing to hold my hand through my first few weeks.

No. 183336

>>183332
Have you tried finding a gymbuddy through social media or one of those find a gymbuddy-websites? I used to be too anxious to go to the gym aswell so I found a gymbuddy through a girlsforum I used to frequent, that was really nice.

No. 183350

>>183336
I discovered one site like that, but it's search function seem to be down now sadly. I guess I could try looking for Facebook groups, most facebook groups seem to be full of weirdos though, based on experience trying to find gaming buddies a year ago. If only I could accidentally fall into the arms of a strongwoman, in a straight way.

No. 183374

>>183313

Fellow asthmafag here, have you tried Advair? I know long-term steroids aren't really preferable for most people but it's genuinely changed my life. Used to have attacks just walking out the door in winter and they said my lungs were at 60% capacity before treatment. If yours is interfering that severely it could be worth looking into. I was never able to do cardio at all until I started it.

Otherwise, focusing on strength/resistance training instead of cardio could help, it tends to be easier on your lungs while still pushing your body to improve.



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No. 167817[Reply]

Didn't see a thread for this.

Same rules as the scrote version of this thread:

Post girls who are unconventionally attractive, gross, unattractive, average, ugly,creepy/weird, or shameful for their reputation.

Pic related.
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No. 179660

>>167849
i loved her, i thought every woman in Fleabag was beautiful bc they all looked so distinctly different and like real women i could know and befriend irl. i love stuff made by women and i LOVE stuff where women look like real people and not unattainable caricatures that nobody in common life looks like (no shame to the actresses though bc they obviously look like that in their real lives too)

No. 179676

>>179660
I loved that scene where she was checking herself out at the funeral and was all "damn I look stunning" and everyone agreed. It was funny but I liked the show acknowledged that despite her being "unconventional."

No. 181721

Anya Taylor Joy looks gorgeous. I love her face.

No. 183278

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No. 183280

>>183278
Idk who this is but she looks 12 at the oldest



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No. 174105[Reply]

Please keep posts focused on women and female homosexuality! If you want to talk about attraction toward men it probably belongs in the bisexuality thread or questioning thread. Topics of discussion may include but are not limited to:

>first crush?

>what’s your local lesbian/LGBT scene like?
>cute stories about your gf
>favourite lesbian media?
>lesbian media you hate?
>coming out stories
>are there any cows you’d uhaul with?
>bitch about being lonely
>butch? femme? how do you feel about labels?
>how did you know you were gay?
>which lesbian stereotypes do you fit? which ones don’t fit you at all?
>what were you like as a kid? tomboy? girly girl who made her Barbies kiss?
>get mushy and describe your dream relationship/date/etc
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No. 183167

>>182530
what i'll never understand is how sexuality and gender came to be such a huge trend. make something actually cool a trend, like playing an instrument or something. not who you fuck

No. 183170

>>183167
>make something actually cool a trend, like playing an instrument or something
Nah, that requires actual effort

No. 183176

>>183146
No, yet I don't like body pains
>>183162
>Old lady queendom
based lezzie. Can't wait hehe

No. 183192

>>183167
but then they don't get their complexes, personality disorders, and paraphilias enabled and validated, nonny. they are getting unhealthy psychological "needs" met and that's a hard drug to quit once they start

No. 183222

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>>183146
Not afraid, would love to embrace it with someone I loved



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No. 154681[Reply]

Previous thread: >>124317
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No. 183290

>>183266
I don't get it either because I was speaking from my personal experience desperately trying clothes in as many stores as possible in my fairly city, so the anons either way bigger breasts than average, or trends where they live aren't the same as where I live so they can easily find clothes I can't find. Or maybe they think having an A, B or C cup counts as flat when I'm literally so flat that bras my size do not exist at all.

No. 183295

>>183266
As a flattie, while I love being flat and not looking overly sexualized in a low cut top, I encounter low cut or feminine tops that are "empty" and have surplus fabric at the breasts area semi-regularly. It's not frequent enough for me to see it as a problem though.
I dress like >>183231 said though so it's even a less of a problem for me, most of my shirts are turtlenecks. When I try to find cute tops and dresses for the summer that aren't shapeless I often have the problem of not being able to fill in the breast area.
I'm tall and average weight, but I still wear xs female tops so that they're tight enough. My arms are getting a bit chubby lately and I'll have no options once they start looking weird in xs tops with tighter sleeves, which is why I'm trying to tone them a bit but yeah

Like all other clothing, tops are made to fit average sized chests the best

No. 183297

>>183266
>women's tops are constructed to be filled up with boobs
Not all of them are, what kind of tops do you mean

No. 183312

>>183290
ok, then approximately where do you live? If things are cut too generously in the chest, try storez that cater more toward teens. I still refuse to believe you can't find modest shirts, because most women irl don't want to show off cleavage at work. I mean that sincerely.

No. 183394

>>183312
I'm in Western Europe, and you telling me to go to stores catering to teens isn't helping because exactly all the things I said above. The clothes I'm talking about don't show anyone's cleavage unless they're flat so I'm starting to think you weren't paying attention at all to what I posted this whole time.



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No. 160656[Reply]

Ever since I can remember I have felt old, even as a child in elementary school. Back then I told myself it's silly and I'm still a child but now, after turning 20, I am slowly starting to stress over my age again despite still being very young.
I am convinced that many women and girls feel the same as social media is especially obsessed with youth which must be rotting our brains to a degree.

>What are your thoughts on getting older? Do you struggle with accepting it?

>Have you ever had an experience in which you were perceived as lesser due to your age?
>How do you cope with the unrealistic age related expectations put on women?
>Do you have any tips to help other women with the problems mentioned above?
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No. 183148

>>183143
There's plenty of posts here that are OK with aging and advise to not care about malegaze shit though. There are also doomer anons that want to slit their necks over not being forver 21. It's just that the two groups talk past each other.

No. 183152

>>183143
—-→ >>183089 >>176192 >>175217 >>175196 >>169876 >>169705 >>163412 >>161116 etc.

No. 183154

>>183144
Nayrt but lmao I can't believe people actually believe this myth spread by incels and coomers. Most men prefer women in their own age range.
>B-but muh porn statistics
Do you really want to be with a pornsick degenerate? Come on sis, have some standards.

No. 183155

>>183154
Thank you anon.

No. 183214

>>183064
Ayrt and I don't consider 26 a woman's prime by any means I was contextualising based off your perception that your life is over at 26. I'm 30. I've had periods where I've had a solid friend group and periods where I've been left to my own devices more which honestly is when you grow.

You never mentioned if your boyfriend has a friend group you could be welcomed into. You also say he's long term, so I'd assume a couple of years. Maybe you know you don't want to spend your future with him and want to see who else is out there? You could look into activities where you could meet others too, or if you work see if coworkers want to have a day out



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No. 141299[Reply]

previous thread: >>>/g/49363


Discuss your shitty brain here.
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No. 183061

>>183056
I second reading. Also maybe doing something physical? I started skateboarding this year and it's been great as an outlet for nervous energy that turns into anxiety if I just sit around at home. Just going on a walk is good too.

No. 183185

>>183056
Reading, yoga, knitting

No. 183218

I am so fucking angry all the time and all they ever give me is an antidepressant or mood stabilizer
It is not helping
I am so angry I am in physical pain and I cannot concentrate on anything

No. 183241

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I have intrusive thoughts that always try to convince me I'm an evil person / sociopath.

I will look back at all my interactions and feel like I was just putting on an act to use / manipulate people because I am inherently evil and selfish.

I'm not a perfect person but I try to be honest and kind to people who treat me that way too. It sucks because even though I'm aware of these thoughts and think they're untrue they're really hard to stop and not get pulled into.

No. 183254

>>183059
>>183061
>>183185
Not stupid in the sligthest, I will give these all a try. I'm up for anything and sick of denying that exercise helps, lol. It definitely does. I'd love to get into knitting, too. Thanks anons, I appreciate these activities!



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No. 182898[Reply]

>be me
>18 years old
>black female
>short hair that is growing, but not fast enough, even though I take care of it, I could probably do better
>acne that is also slowly going away, but will take forever either way, I've had this shit for years
>bad teeth, but my family has found a dentist for cheap, not yet started
>strawberry legs are preventing me from wearing skirts and dresses
>I am super feminine, and want to wear more feminine things, but I don't think I'm pretty enough sometimes, especially for J-fashion
>I am ladylike, but can do better in speech (no cursing) and posture (upright and cross legs when sitting)
>I love Japan (since I was 8 years old, I got into it), and I love cute things, it's my personality, and I don't know exactly how to get a pink princess room, but it's my dream to achieve it when we move this year
>I don't like showing my arms because they look wear and too muscular, and my elbows differ, they're both dark, but my left one is darker than my right one, even if no one else cares or notices
>I want to be apart of J-fashion and a bit of Lolita, but I think I'm too ugly for it for these reasons

Please give me tips to look better or products and companies to try out. I'm more or less the description in the picture, but uglier and not fit to be (I guess), just yet anyway.
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No. 182985

>>182898
Strawberry legs, AKA keratosis pilaris (or KP). It occurs because your skin is too stupid to know how to properly shed dead cells (mine is incredibly stupid), so they kind of get stuck together and plug up hair follicles. So what you wanna do is exfoliate with extreme prejudice. Get an Italy towel (they sell em in Korean and Japanese stores, also Amazon, they're like plastic rough-textured towels), get a body wash with salicylic acid (helps dissolve the gummy, dead skin cells), and go to town. Then afterwards, moisturize with something exfoliating, like urea cream (I just use Eucerin). Your mileage may vary, too, btw. This routine helped clear up my arms but my legs are still stubborn. Godspeed.

No. 182989

>>182898
Samefagging but if you really are dead-set on a princess room, hit up shopgoodwill.com and liveauctioneers for stuff to decorate it. But DO YOUR RESEARCH. Don't fill it with tacky, cheap plastic crap– look for vintage prints of castles, or antique perfume bottles.

No. 183020

>>182989
This is a good idea, I'd also recommend looking up local estate sales.

No. 183131

>>182902
What the hell are you talking about?

No. 183160

>>182898
just live



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No. 91134[Reply]

What celebrities have you been told that you look like?

About 95%, it’s usually Bjork for me. Because I’m white but I also look vaguely Asian. I’ve also gotten Selena Gomez, Miranda Crosgrove, Jackie O and Six from Blossom. Also one time a crackhead compared me to Emma Stone (because of my man jaw) and another time, I got compared to Lindsay Lohan (probably because of my freckles). Being compared to Lindsay Lohan actually made me angry lol.

What celebrities/famous people have you guys been compared to?
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No. 182969

>>182740
Yo I've got that same result on one picture. I wonder if that app churns out any Asian person for Asian people

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No. 183123

>>182969
I keep getting Carly Rae Jepsen 38% for mine and I'm Asian… Kind of feels bad.

No. 183360

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>>182259
I'm a kpopfag and while I don't see it I know a lot of people say that V looks Hispanic so your result isn't totally odd. Generally when people say that you look like someone of a different ethnicity it'd the facial structure aside from the characteristics that are distinguishably white/Asian. Like for instance I know it's bizarre but I swear that Ong Seongwoo and Drake Bell (sorry I mean, Drake Campana) look alike.

No. 183362

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>>183360
Another example of lookalikes is Shin Jimin and Samuel L Jackson, not my opinion but netizens' opinions fyi.



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No. 149288[Reply]

Haven’t seen one of these here, and I figured this would be a nice place for us to share support, beauty tips & tricks! As well as vent about the stigma around getting older
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No. 181707

>>181702
Well, I'm guessing if you have a significant amount of forehead muscle it could be possible. Just be careful about going close to the eyes as that seems to be where some people are noticing droopage.

No. 181797

Can I replace Tactupump with Benzagel when I run out? Would I have to use retinol alongside it? I just don't want my acne to flare up again later

No. 182979

What are the best types of moisturizer to use? I have both Vanicream Moisturizing Cream and No7 Day Cream. I was thinking of using the day cream in the morning and the vanicream at night, but does it really make any difference? I'm also agoraphobic and go weeks without leaving the house so I don't use any sunscreen currently. Any advice appreciated!

No. 182983

>>182979
I was also wondering what the ideal ingredients are to look for in moisturizer if my main goal is anti-aging?

No. 183039

>>181697
This is straight terrifying. Anon do you know any other things that could cause drooping? Skincare products can be so sketchy



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No. 65399[Reply]

Can we talk about body hair?

Here are some questions to get the thread started

>How often do you remove (shave/wax/epilate) your body hair?

>What's your favorite and least favorite method? Do you have a routine?
>How do you deal with hair on sensitive areas?

Post opinions, problems, horrors stories, anything
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No. 182911

>>182844
I don't think I can shave without some kind of proper barrier for my skin though because the razor burn last time was so painful

No. 182973

I haven't shaved in years and don't plan to again (i like how my body hair looks and it would be wayy too much work), but lately I've been wondering if it's even possible to date scrotes in our modern day without shaving everything off. I think the most I would be willing to do would be trim the pubic area. I'm thinking that the only way to ensure the dude knows what he's getting into would be to have visible pits lol. Dudes get to run around with all their body hair intact without a second thought meanwhile us women have to painstakingly revert ourselves to our pre-pubertal state or else scrotes lose their lunch.

No. 182975

>>182973
None of the ones ive dated have cared, so you're in the clear. Keeping your body hair drives away the low-tier men. Do you really want to spend your relationships shaving just to satisfy an ungrateful male? Get a man who likes your body hair as much as you do.

No. 182976

>>182911
The body wash is a barrier I just lather up a lot but I also think razor burn happens when the razor is blunt or your shave too fast. Also hold the skin tight.

No. 182987

>>182973
My boyfriend doesn't care. Not shaving for a large chunk of the year has been my routine during the last 4ish years of our relationship. I only shave during the summer months because swimming is my favorite form of cardio and seeing other people's dead skin and hair floating around in a public pool makes me gag.

I honestly don't think he's ever brought it up, either. It's not difficult to find someone who's wise enough to not make rude comments about what you choose to do with your body so long as you keep your standards high.



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