In Defense of Busty Women  

rockwriter58 58M
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3/20/2006 6:29 am

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In Defense of Busty Women

Part I

You may think busty women need no defending. They do just fine in a breast obsessed world, no?

Well, not so fast.

First, what qualifies as busty? Different people have different opinions on that.

And as we have learned, even busty women have opinions on what they consider to be too busty. (For the earlier threads of this conversation, please see: Too Much of a Good Thing and Fun With Photos, No 3.) Unfortunately, we have also seen how busty women, including busty models, easily become the targets of derision.

Some of this may be because busty women and super busty women are sometimes also BBWs (Big Beautiful Women). Some folks know, I dated a few BBWs in high school, but they were not my primary interest. In graduate school, I dined on a steady sexual diet of BBWs and grew to love their bountiful breasts, some of the very biggest I’ve had the pleasure of toying with in bed. So my view is to defend the busty woman, whether she is a BBW or not, because personally I love their curvaceous forms and lovely physical attributes. It takes someone very big to be too big for me. But my days with BBWs are behind me. However, I am still sensitive to their views.

(The remainder will conclude inside.)


(This entry NEVER appeared on the main blogboard due to a morning blogjam on March 20, but this author chose not to repost.)


rockwriter58 58M
1389 posts
3/20/2006 6:30 am

Part II

Some have written recently in more eloquent terms about how society finds it easy to joke about people who are heavier than the societal norms and how many find it easy to denigrate them. (For an excellent viewpoint on this, see Princess Karma’s blog and the entry, Yes, I'm Fat So what.) Because some busty women are also BBWs, they also become the butt of plenty of jokes. People, both male and female, seem to disconnect to the fact they are talking about a person and instead equate that person with a disembodied set of large breasts. And that type of derision also affects busty women who are not BBWs. In a way, these women become the ultimate sex object, robbed of their humanity except for their connection to sex through their breasts.

Yet society seems to accept and encourage this view.

The controversial posts here on breast size generated some mail to me by women who did not feel comfortable posting their views. They were afraid folks would start poking fun at them, just as people did at busty model Scarlett.

One woman wrote:

I must admit that I was a bit offended by some of the comments made about the woman with the 36J chest.... Most of the women who commented seemed quite disgusted that there are women like this in the world. I believe that large chested women are just as self-conscious if not more than the smaller chested ladies. I will admit that sometimes men creep me out by their stares in public, but in a weird way it is flattering. However, disapproving stares from women make me more self-conscious than any drooling man. Women are more critical of ourselves and other women than any man would ever be. Yes a 36J may be too much but it is not like we chose them.


With those views in mind, is it possible for folks to have tolerance and accept the differences of others? That includes physical differences and sexual tastes. Can’t folks accept that some men prefer busty women (in a variety of shapes and sizes) and that some women (thankfully) are shaped that way?

Perhaps that is asking too much. Society’s supposed tolerance for the differences of others, these days, seems like a sorry excuse meant to cover over the gaps in poor human behavior that have become all too common.

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saddletrampsk 55F

3/20/2006 5:59 pm

Being a BBW..I always say..Once you've had fat you'll never go back..
But really I am smart enough to know I am not every man's cup of tea either just like I am not attracted to every man..


rockwriter58 replies on 3/24/2006 6:59 am:
Who knows what goes into the mysteries of attraction? This comment made me think of what I said about the best looking woman I'd ever been with (in [post 35751]) and how she didn't compare to several of the BBWs I'd been with before her. She could have been a foldout or a model, but she was rather sub-par between the sheets.

greatnsexy69 48M

3/21/2006 8:33 pm

Angelina Jolie isn't every man's cup of tea either. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I find demeanor to be much more attractive than the bitch with the hot body. There was one woman at work who many men would consider to be a model. I couldn't stand her and I would never want to put my unit anywhere near her. She had the worst attitude in the world. Now, whenever someone says bitch I usually think of that woman and cringe inwardly.


rockwriter58 replies on 3/24/2006 7:02 am:
I hear you Great & Sexy... attitude is really the best attraction. But attitude isn't the first thing we usually notice.

And as for Angelina Jolie....(*growl*) I'd take some of that any day!

And because we are reminiscing, perhaps you want to check out: Jen Brad Angelina.

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