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My own rally cry

Hi folks :)

So per last nights post, I would like to invite you to think about a couple of questions for me. I will be at Fattylympics on Saturday, and can't wait to meet everyone and enjoy all the festivities. I didn't want to restrict my questions to just those whom will be attending though, so thought it'd be a good idea to post them now:

*What are your attitudes to being "plus size"?
*What do you do when you're having one of "those" bad body days?
*What is your best feature and why?
*What type of style do you wear to compliment your body?
*For those still confused and/ or feeling abashed due to their size, what advice would you give them?
*Promote yourself! Share your own blog/website/Twitter links so people can get in touch and/or follow you :)

I will be posting every participants answers and will not edit- I hate it when things are chopped up and things get lost in translation.

If you would like to email me your answers, you can do so via my contact page above, giving you first or full name (your preference). Alternatively, feel free to jump me at Fattylympics, and I will either hand you a sheet or video record you for posting (again, your preference).

Thank you, thank you, thank you in advance- can't wait to hear what you have to say.

Love and hugs!


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