A subreddit for tall women and topics related to tall women. Come ask questions, post your pictures, whatever you want (except porn!)
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If you're familiar with the feeling of your heart skipping when passing by an attractive tall person, and you're asking for more (or sharing some of your own bad self), this is the place for you! Welcome: Any-and-all appreciative of the lengthy ones.
This is a subreddit for those giants among who hold an interest in fashion and clothing. Many of us who scrape the undersides of door frames when we walk often struggle to look dapper because, as we know, fit is one the most essential parts of style.This is a community to help remedy that. All are welcome to interact and give advice on topical links and discussions, or ask any fashion-related questions you may have!
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, gaining weight, body image, and health.
This is a subreddit dedicated to asking women for advice. We welcome anyone seeking advice of a non-professional nature. Legal or medical advice is not permitted, and asking for advice on how to repair the brakes in your car is strongly not recommended. :)
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This sub is devoted to trans people to post pictures and solicit opinions about how they’re succeeding at passing. For transgender people, being unconsciously grouped with the correct gender (rather than incorrectly taken for members of our birth-assigned gender) is something most of us worry about quite a bit, at least at some point in our lives.
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