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naalajay:

dustyqueefs:

marlianguisette:

drunkenbruises:

brofisting:

coblynau:

sports

this gif fixes sadness

*kiss* 
*kiss*
*smile*
*boop*

World War everything ended.

look how the refs face softens when they kiss tho

i actually do love this

naalajay:

dustyqueefs:

marlianguisette:

drunkenbruises:

brofisting:

coblynau:

sports

this gif fixes sadness

*kiss* 

*kiss*

*smile*

*boop*

World War everything ended.

look how the refs face softens when they kiss tho

i actually do love this

(Source: 4gifs, via fitandfearless-forever)

— 3 days ago with 532347 notes
ruggedgrace:

"There is a wonderful transformation during the season as recruits come to realize that being strong and muscular makes someone more beautiful, not less; that routinely tackling other women into the ground on the weekends not only doesn’t compromise femininity, it increases self-confidence and assertiveness; and that women really can do something that almost everything and everyone says we can’t do."- Amy Perfors, "Why Play Rugby?"

ruggedgrace:

"There is a wonderful transformation during the season as recruits come to realize that being strong and muscular makes someone more beautiful, not less; that routinely tackling other women into the ground on the weekends not only doesn’t compromise femininity, it increases self-confidence and assertiveness; and that women really can do something that almost everything and everyone says we can’t do."- Amy Perfors, "Why Play Rugby?"

— 3 days ago with 105 notes

Rugged Grace (check out the blog for more!)

A photo project done by the Harvard Women’s Rugby team exploring what sport and community mean for their bodies and identities. We asked teammates to write what they loved and appreciated about each player on their body, in the hopes of opening a visual discussion about beauty, strength, and appreciation. We decided to have players write their favorite things about other players physically on their bodies to demonstrate the immense body positivity, encouragement of strength and utility, and the overall supportive nature of this team. Rugby is so much about physically throwing your body on the line for your teammates during games and training, and that intense appreciation, love, trust, and support for each other is what we wanted to reflect. The sport necessitates a strength that we find beautiful and powerful.

— 4 days ago with 146 notes
#body image  #body positive  #rugby