Adding this just to have it on here as well. Anon can’t be verified. Didn’t she try selling Cherye’s coat in the recent storeenvy thing?
Okay, I want to do a little experiment.
A lot of things is subjective and obviously this is true to things we read.
Today, I want to know who thinks which of these two is more “body shaming.”
The image of Felice Fawn in a suite and the comment made by it, (Choose Latex) TOP RIGHT PHOTO
Or Felice’s comments on big girls having sex. (Big Girls).BOTTOM PHOTO
The reason I added the Choose Life TOP LEFT PHOTO image is because some of you might not understand the comment in Choose Latex. In the Choose Life photo Felice is making a statement for recovering from her ED and not far from that photo she said she did not feel comfortable modeling in such a sick time. The second “Choose Latex” photo came AFTER the Choose Life photo which let’s say was about 2-3 weeks after. (I can’t keep track of time if you guys know, let me know so I can correct it.)
The bottom image has no history.
Again: Which one do you people believe is more Body Shaming?
Inbox me, or reblog your response.
It annoys me when people say things like ‘oh everyone makes a ‘clapping’ noise when they fuck’, well yes, exactly so why the fuck did she feel the need to say about the person being a ‘big girl’? It was an unnecessary and rude comment to make.
I don’t think either of those are incredibly body-shaming, though the one that stands out to me a is the “big girl getting banged” comment. I don’t feel that there’s any body-shaming in her latex photo, I dislike it for other reasons.
As for the tweet, well, there really was no need for it. She’s adding the “big girl” bit to make it funny, as if being fat, or a fat woman having sex, is funny in any way. Would she have posted it without the word “big”? It’s like news articles that say “Lesbian couple murdered so-and-so.”, they never mention sexuality when a straight couple murder, what’s the point in adding it when it’s a gay couple?
I hope I managed to get my point across, my English is wobbly lately for some reason.
I agree with this and freelicers points. Also, dumpling, she really does that often, adding the unnecessary based if it seems relevant or stereotypical. Like when she stated that a black guy told her she was a good dancer or complimenting her dancing. It couldn’t have just been a guy, it was a black guy . Needless to say the fact that he was black is completely irrelevant, but that’s just another example that one could consider. The sound was also not really that loud if Rich easily passed it off someone cleaning their shoes.
As for the choose life/oh,and life set , I had a hard time interpretting what it is the person was trying to convey because you need to actally have a bit of background information before you can see their personal point which can lead it to be misinterpretted or interpretted in other ways. The way I see it is the latex suit represents fashion/beauty and the ‘oh and life’ represents how ‘life’ or more specifically the whole ‘choose life’ fiasco becomes an afterthought. Which makes me feel that they are trying to say that Felice has reached a point where choosing life becomes an afterthought, right after Maja’s store, her blog, her fashion needs/wants. Basically, insinuating that she isn’t taking it seriously , especially when juxtaposed with her very serious photoset and posts on how she wanted to recover. I’m not sure if it’s body shaming because I’m not seeing it the way feliceinfatuation is (whose post I did read). The image doesn’t imply that she can’t wear latex, just that latex or the symbolized fashion/beauty markers seem to come at the forefront of her priority list. And, choosing life an after thought.
Anonymous asked: Felice's model face drawing anon here : yes! that was what I was talking about. Keep up the good work please ;)
Thank you and thanks for your help ~ :)
Anonymous asked: I've already sent this to freelicers but I'll send the link to you as well just in case: personales(.)mundivia(.)es/pedromi/ArrupeNuevo/Arrupe(.)jpg, ta-da! No idea who he is though, but I don't think Felice knows either.
Picture in question:
This looks like the closest thing I’ve seen thus far. I’m amazed at your skills though xD I don’t think she knows who he is either. But thank you for this. Tomorrow I’ll see if any of it matches in overlay.
Anonymous asked: There's also this one you posted about: /post/40781592292/no-one-else-posted-it-so-im-posting-it-here-i
@.@ Right, with the original “face” being the face seen here - http://sansfaireunbruit.tumblr.com/post/40792803992/where-is-the-original-art-work-that-felice-copied-from
and that’s as far as I know when it comes to particular images we have found that she’s traced over.
Felice is up to her old tricks again.
She post this photo to her DA 7 hours ago claiming she did it. A quick Google search pulled up the original artist from 5 months ago.
Is she actual serious? Link here if you need to see it bigger http://i50.tinypic.com/otm07t.png
Mod comment: I really have no mature response to say to this, other than “oh shit!” thank you for submitting this!
Did anyone contact the artist about this?
The thing is, this photo has been around and she has been claiming it as her ‘own’ for longer than 5 months or whenever it was posted on the googled site. Simply taking full works without any sort of re-adjustment, isn’t Felice’s usual modus operandi. That being said, the probability of the image having been traced is high. Some other things to note is that the google site doesn’t really tag the artist, it seems more like an image sharing site. Also, in Felice’s deviant art image she has her name written on the bottom right corner, in the image on the google site, that signature is not there. I think the submitter is wrong on this one. Now if someone could find the original photograph then that would be an awesome submission.
Anonymous asked: I was waiting for someone to upload an original pic of that drawing, just like with Felice's other drawing, another model's face. Do you remember it? It isn't on her DeviantArt though.
You mean the other trace she once did? This one ? :
I don’t know who made the gif or the source of the original photo, but this was on Encyclopedia Dramatica. Or, are you referring to a different drawing?
to people who think self harmers should photo shop out their scars
I get what you’re trying to say, I hope you’ll listen to what I have to say. Expectations and actualities are not the same. I did notice you’re talking about expectations, and so the question becomes why should those who self harm be expected to censor themselves or photoshop out their scars, etc. I think the answer lies in the fact that most people are asked to stop doing something or limit their activity of something to a particular area usually if it’s a danger to 1. themselves (and this person who is asking is close to them and are concerned for their welfare) or 2. a danger to others / putting the lives and well being of others at risk. This could be comparable to smoking/non-smoking sections that are around in various places. There’s a time and a place to smoke, and people ‘expect’ those who smoke to smoke in smoking sections. That’s because although they are free to do whatever they want to their own bodies, they have no right to harm or cause any sort of injury to other people, in the way of putting them at risk of secondhand smoke and lung cancer. People still expect those who are trying to fight off an addiction to nicotine, for example, to still be courteous of other individuals and not inflict any sort of harm upon them. What does this have to do with self harm ? Like so, even though you are 100% free to do as you wish with your self-harm, but you should know or acknowledge that when you put them out in public , as much as you may feel like a warrior for doing so and not being ashamed, you could be harming other people in the process-in the form of triggering them. It’s expected that you would be kind enough to step outside of yourself for one second and not wish any of the pain that you felt to fall, on someone else again. This is just a societal expectation, not a reality. The reality is, some people just don’t give a fuck. Other people view their scars as ‘battle wounds’, which, there is nothing wrong with that. However, those that do should understand that if you (general) don’t care whether or not you (general) hurt or trigger another individual then you are in no position to complain about people being upset/angry/furious that you are showing such disregard towards others. So people get mad at those who are so stuck on themselves that they fail to see the pain they may be inflicting upon others, and proceed to tell those other people to just look away or proceed to justify the harm they’re inflicting on others by saying ‘anything can hurt people’. Statistically speaking the probability of someone getting triggered by a cancer survivor who lost all their hair in chemo, although not impossible, the probability is very low, especially when held in juxtaposition to the probability of someone being triggered by seeing self harm. Could the walker, walk around the person who is smoking in a non-smoking area, probably, they could, but that doesn’t make the person who is smoking a great person for being self-centered enough not to want to conform to societal rules and regulations for now so that others don’t get hurt. I know there’s this IDGAF, ‘all about me’ etc attitude that people confuse with confidence, but it’s not. You’ve become confident in yourself when you know that you don’t need your scars to remind you that you’re a ‘warrior’ , you just know you are. You’re confident when you’re no longer defined by the battles you have already been through, but you’re willing to look forward and take on any battle that may lie ahead, whether difficult or not, because you already know you’re a warrior. The reason scars or anything that could potentially cause harm to another person should be considered is not for the sake of the individual who have suffered through it all or are, it should be considered for those who do not want to fall back into that cycle of pain. It is my belief , that a legitimately good person does not try to harm others, and if they do, they try to correct that hurt they cause in some way shape or form. A legitimately good person knows that there is a time and place for things, and they try their best not to hurt others even if they are in pain. No one should be made to feel ashamed for their self-harm and truly, if you want to see pictures of your scars as a reminder of how far you’ve come take all the photos you want for your personal usage, but the second you make it public, know that you’re pictures have probably triggered a few people into hurting themselves, especially on tumblr. The second one acknowledges that, they can either continue or find ways to fulfill their desires while preventing injury or other people from being triggered, more specifically, in this case. In the case of Felice’s recent photo (which I think this is about) , it would be easy for her to fulfill her goal/desire (to sell the latex bodysuit) and not cause others harm by triggering them into self-destructive habits (self harm) by even rotating her arm inward towards her body (or photoshopping). The reality of it is she doesn’t. The expectation is that she would so she wouldn’t hurt others. Tell me, should people be able to hurt others? or, how is it that you rationalize that a person is not being hurt if they fall into self-destructive habits after being triggered? or…do you not think about? Blissful ignorance doesn’t keep other people from getting hurt, imo.
Anonymous asked: where is the original art work that felice copied from the gif you posted?
Sorry I was afk heh. Someone else found the model to be Nastya Kumarova (or Nastya Zhidkova ). I’m not sure which is correct. The photographer is Anna Bormental and her formspring : http://www.formspring.me/GabrielYared It’s mostly in russian though.
Edit: Information based on http://vk.com/wall243680_1011
Edit of the edit: I’ll post the original image LOL which is what I think you were actually asking for in the first place :