I’m glad you help put on SlutWalks. :D They’re very important. Keep up the good work.
We discussed it and since we no longer have the original code we are not giving it out. The code we do have it edited for our blog specifically and we are being selfish and don’t want other people having the exact same theme, since it is for our blog. I think if you message the girl under the credit you might be able to get the original code from her! Good luck and sorry again.
me too anon. Me too.
I’d say the majority mindset is “sex is a personal thing and I don’t live in lolita anyways so why is it a thing you’re concerned about.” Unfortunately slut-shaming is prominent in most modern cultures, not just lolita. Also I feel like the people who disapprove of it aren’t actually that high in number, they just made their opinion very clear. Because of their loud badmouthing of sexually active lolitas though there was a huge backlash by the sex-positive lolitas and honestly just a lot of drama and secret making back and forth and blahblah. Most of the slut-shamey type stuff I see is personal attacks and not sweeping statements about everyone.
Basically, just like….don’t be jerks k. u_u
After doing some research (minimal honestly) bodyline’s M dresses equate to about an 8 or 10 in American and the first Angelic Pretty dress I saw also equated to an 8 or 10 in American. If you’re not American simply use a converter to get a translation. Does that mean the average lolita is that size? No. That is just the size being catered to. (That and smaller I’d say for brand, though shirring does help for some people). I see lots of lolita labeled as “plus-size” that aren’t, by my standard, actually plus-size. But being plus-size in lolita doesn’t make you necessarily plus-size by normal standards. That being said, the American fashion industry considers anyone size 12 or higher plus-size for women. As a plus-size person I don’t agree with that because the average woman is a size 16. You see the problem? If 16 is average then it shouldn’t be plus-size IMO. Obviously not everyone sees it that way. I think there are a LOT more big people getting into lolita in recent years and honestly, that’s awesome. As lolita starts to become less cool in Japan brands are catering more and more to their larger foreign market.
Vintage Plus-sized OG LIfestyle Lolita
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