Big beautiful women...  

helga_hansen 49F  
3122 posts
9/16/2005 10:45 am

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Big beautiful women...

It's not easy being a full-figured woman. Atkins, GI, detox - you name it, someone I know is on it. I, however, am not. I love my D cups, revel in the roll of my thighs, and my curves are bursting with pride. And sometimes it seems like the world feels the same way.

Pick up a celebrity mag... oh joy, you may think as you check out the cover. More ranting about stars who are too skinny. Hell yes, you may crow, it's about time thin women got some of the stick that fat women have been taking for years. Flab fights back! The belly's revenge! Bingo wings are beautiful!

But then you'll open the mag and your heart will fall. Because, as usual, the dispute is between skinny, and something defined as curvy, personfied by some butt-famous celebrity like Beyonce Knowles, a woman whose arse has its own personal trainer! This is a woman who is so airbrushed it's amazing we can still see her. And she's supposed to be flying the flag for the non-skinny brigade? I don't think so!!

To add insult to injury, these mags have a habit of talking to the Man On The Street to find out his opinion on the great debate. This is supposed to make us curvy girls feel better, as the aforementioned Average Bloke invariably likes his ladies with "something to hold onto" or "some meat on her bones". How this is meant to apply to real women is unclear when under curvy we have the likes of wank-tastic Kelly Brook - big breasts, hair, doesn't talk too much, seems like a nice girl.

Now I have nothing against these women in general. Fair play to them - they can wear all those lovely TopShop size 10s and don't have to venture into raincoat-populated Soho to find a decent bra. But I don't want to be one of them. And I don't give a toss anymore which category of size men prefer. Pleasing men, ironically, seems to come down to being happy in your own skin. Someone who likes herself and enjoys her own body, imperfections and all. And you'd be very surprised to know that I've only just recently realised this...

Yes, so my spare tyre may bulge in even the most flattering of lighting, but that isn't going stop me from having fun anymore. Okay, it's good that the man in my bed likes something to hold onto, since I happen to have something that wants to be held, but I am no longer going to diet to please a woman-hating body fascist culture that equates my sexual worth with my shape!!!

Love, hugs and kisses from ♥♥HH♥♥

CuriousDDD 35F
1 post
9/16/2005 11:26 am

I myself am not the skinnyest nor am I the fattest. I agree with the way magazines portray how a women is "supposed" to look and that is the reason most people try to lose weight is to look better to themselves and the opposite sex. But if you are overweight (and by no means am I talking about just a little padding) than you shouldn't give up dieting because their are a lot of health risks associated with obesity. And anyways by exercising and dieting it makes you feel better and live longer.

brightblonde3 58F

9/16/2005 12:20 pm

Helga, the average American woman wears a Size 14. BB3 wears a Size 10 in the land of women who aspire to wear Size 0.... In other parts of the globe, someone would think I needed a good meal. LOL.
Good food and drink are two of life's great joys.

No one has kicked me out of bed...yet...(wouldn't dare...)

Happy D-Cupper

beewulf9 38M

9/16/2005 12:50 pm

Nor should you.

AlbertPrince 57M

9/17/2005 6:11 am

At last .... you took your time, but I knew you'd get there!

AmberSolaire 42M

9/17/2005 11:02 am

Who cares what the average bloke thinks.Especially in this country.......

TheQuietGuy2005 54M
2386 posts
9/17/2005 9:52 pm

Maybe I'm just not average ...

GB_Cple 66M/55F  
3042 posts
9/18/2005 2:24 am

good on yer girl,
hubby loves all my spare tyres , lol

helga_hansen 49F  
1987 posts
9/18/2005 5:47 am

DDD - thanks for your words. As it happens, I do exercise (I swim), and whilst I'm not munching on lettuce leaves, I'm not eating 6 meals a day either!

Blonde - I'm quite happy to be anyone's fat friend

bee - I know, I know... it's just taken me a while to realise it.

Al - and I couldn't have done it without your help!!

AS - where have you been?? And no, I wouldn't have said you were average!

Q - I know you're not average!!

GBC - he does, does he??

Love, hugs and kisses from ♥♥HH♥♥

rm_dizzyandfun 48F
752 posts
9/18/2005 6:49 am

Helga..what is average? I lost a lot of weight ( through circumstances..never dieted in my life LOL - enjoy food and wine too much) and cant seem to get it back again. Does it worry me? No. It did. But, once youre happy with yourself if just doesnt matter.
And I ve never been kicked out of bed (yet) either LOL

You go, girl !!!

Diz xx

Luvwetcunt1000 48M
1258 posts
9/18/2005 10:48 pm

Helga, as long as you're happy with yourself, happy about what you do, and happy with those around you. That's all that matters.

brightblonde3 58F

9/19/2005 7:54 pm

Helga, by the way, fierce new blue bra. When I get over there, take me shopping and help me find one. Should make my visit even more memorable.

As we curvy ladies know, we can wear these sexy items quite well, thank you very much!


rm_YogiBearHugs 64M
22 posts
9/20/2005 10:12 am

In my experience, a perfect 10 in a dress is seldom a perfect 10 under the sheets - or anywhere else, for that matter.

Besides, being about 3st overweight, I should be the last to talk.

rm_YogiBearHugs 64M
22 posts
9/20/2005 10:14 am

In my experience, a perfect 10 in a dress is seldom a perfect 10 under the sheets - or anywhere else, for that matter.

Besides, being 3st overweight myself, I'm the last one to talk.

rm_EE407 41F
3903 posts
9/21/2005 11:15 pm

yeehhaawww... add me to that list & rant....

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