I wish i was pretty
I wish i was thin
I wish i talked normal
I wish i could wear a bikini
I wish i could look at my body and smile
I wish i wasn’t peoples seconds or convenient at the moment
I wish i didn’t trust easily
I wish my walls didnt fall so easily
I wish i wasn’t everybody emotional punching bag
I wish i had a backbone
I wish i was smart
I wish i had something to show for
I wish i was funny
I wish somebody wanted me
I wish somebody would take me away
I wish somebody would love me
I wish i wasn’t fucked up and had these thoughts
I wish i didn’t have to wish.
Courtesy of curvy singers like Nicki Minaj, bigger bums have finally made it into the musical mainstream, to the extent that they even have their very own “booty songs”. Billed as an alternative to pop’s otherwise stick-thin image, their popularity has left the “thigh gap” trend in the dust, for now.
I found this and its talking about how the songs aren’t that positive because they discriminate against skinny people. which is completly untrue, first nicki minaj song is about booty and butts and all that and its not saying curvy girls are better its just a song about..butts. But “all about that bass” is about loving yourself even if your on the larger side. she does mention “I’m bringing booty back Go ahead and tell them skinny bitches that No I’m just playing. I know you think you’re fat But I’m here to tell ya Every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top”.So shes not skinny hating or anything but this song appeals more to people who are on the larger side but it for everyone. It just really pisses me off that there arent a lot of songs are role models that basically tell you to love yourself or about being a bit fat is okay. but when there is a song or a rolemodel saying whatever you are your perfect from the bottom to the top apparently now is hating on skinny people. Its just bull.