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Posted: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 12:08:43 PM

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eviotis wrote:
Big girl, white girl, black girl, skinny girl, hairy girl, shaved girl, bi girl, hetero girl, makes not matter. If you are the girl for him, then...you will be his it girl. Peace.

Posted: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 12:58:57 PM

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As far as I'm concern if they're fuckable I'll take em
Posted: Sunday, July 17, 2011 1:43:24 AM

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Oh MAN I LOVE a girl with meat on her bones hehe something about it turns me on So MUCH. Like if I'm watching porn the chicks that are Freakishly skinny is on it kind of scares me. Who wants to see a bag of bones riding a guys cock. But when the bigger chicks come on Ohhh IT'S ON laughing6
Posted: Sunday, September 18, 2011 7:57:48 AM

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Not to be offensive but bigger women in my opinion give better head.
Posted: Sunday, September 18, 2011 10:30:37 PM

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Love curves and all sizes
Posted: Monday, September 19, 2011 4:33:32 AM

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size is not important its if u get on
Posted: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 12:53:39 PM

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Dancing_Doll wrote:
Magical_felix wrote:
Trying to live up to the standards that the media throws for out there are completely ridiculous and I refuse to live off of lettuce and water to look like what Hollywood deems acceptable. This girl likes her red meat and beer!
So do I.

I also came to the conclusion that a lot of guys probably would like the fact that they can toss me around without the fear of me injuring myself... who doesn't like a little rough play every now and then?
I know I enjoy it. And yes, it does take a bit of convincing in most cases.

I find the argument that Hollywood sets the standard for the weight of women a bit of a joke. If they could fill their movies with overwieght women because the ticket sales go up, they would. But the audience casts their vote by buying tickets. Did precious sell as many tickets as say... Suckerpunch, a movie with a dumb plot BUT thin attractive women? Has any movie with an overweight leading lady ever been a blockbuster?

Hairspray had pretty decent ticket and movie sales. Kathy Bates has been an amazing actress. Many curvy or full figured women do well in TV, like Christina Hendricks.

Also when I see tabloids in the supermarket they are either about skinny women who are having a mental breakdown or how impossibly fat an actress has gotten. I think it's fair to say mostly women buy those tabloids. Those tabloids poke fun of fat women and look down on very skinny women and mock their drug problems and such. Seems to me that this means most women want to be thin and not skinny or fat. Just healthy.

My goal is to just be healthy, and for people to view me that way. My best friend is a bigger girl, she is also one of the healthiest people I know. She's in amazing shape. I'm jealous of the shape she's in but she works for it. She makes healthy choices.

Also it's unfair to say that a slender girl will get hurt if you toss her around. Aren't most athletes thin? You think their will be less injuries in a soccer game of all 200 lb girls? Less then a a game between 120 lb girls? I wouldn't think so. Just saying.

I agree. I can't seem to break 100 lbs and I enjoy rough play and being tossed around. I've been described as strong many times in my life.

I agree... there is judgement and discrimination that goes both ways. A girl doesn't want to be called "skinny" or "rack of bones" anymore than a girl wants to be called "fat" or "tub of lard". Even in the forum, there are many threads about "skinny" versus "curvy" girls and the question of what do men prefer. Bashing the thin girls seems pretty culturally acceptable these days, even if it's all in wording. If you take the same thread and ask "do men prefer slender girls or chunky girls", the response might be a little different.

Amen! Thank you for saying that. People often don't think twice about making rude comments to a thin person.

I am naturally thin, and at certain points during the years when I was performing (dance), I was probably a little smaller than I prefer. It was hard to keep weight on sometimes because I would just burn it off so quickly. Getting that whole "why don't you go eat a sandwich" scorn from some larger people was just as frustrating.

I'm always smaller than I prefer. I have some health issues associated with my inability to keep weight on. For years I was afraid to order a salad while out to dinner, even if it's what I really wanted because of the comments and looks I'd get. Someone was once rude enough to send a pasta dish to my table saying that "I needed to eat something that stood a chance of fattening me up".

I've always been in favour of trying to keep to a healthy range of weight, depending on your frame and genetics. I don't subsist on salad and water, but I am careful about what I eat and I do work out and stay active. That just seems to work for me (professionally and personally). Nobody is advocating the 'eating disorder look' but the eye rolling because I choose to eat healthy seems to be really culturally acceptable these days, and I assume it's a backlash on the hollywood "pressures" to stay thin. That doesn't make it any better than the eye rolling when you see someone loading the chips and guacamole onto their plates either though.

That's just it, it's all about frame and genetics. My frame is small and my genetics keep me small. I don't come from big people. I believe the heaviest woman in my entire family is my mom, she's 5'9'' and 170 lbs and is a cook for a living. The woman loves to bake and eat ice cream. Can we say Ben and Jerry's Karamel Sutra? And yes, I introduced her to it. At work, my mom will often comment on how I am a great cook too, and the response is, "you can't trust a skinny chef". What is that? angry9
And I just have to say, the next time I get called "Bitch" because I'm thin, I just may have to hit someone boxing

Posted: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 8:26:54 PM

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Just how big are we talking?

Posted: Saturday, November 12, 2011 4:10:54 PM

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Size matters not.... but probably not obese!!!

A woman's naked arse would have to be one of the most beautiful things every created...
Posted: Sunday, November 13, 2011 12:12:44 AM

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Size doesn't matter to me but I do find myself being drawn to bigger girls.
Posted: Sunday, November 13, 2011 6:43:09 AM

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My wife is also on the larger side of the fence. I always had a thing for girls with curves. Initially, she had more than I ideally would go for, but in the end, it really didnt matter that much. She has a nice round ass I love to squeeze, and she is a beautiful women with personality to match. SHe has been overseas for months and has apparently lost about 60 pounds, so I keen to see what her body looks like. She wont send me picks, well, not of her whole body. She is one of those girls that people would look at and say "if you lost weight, you would be gorgeous". Well, she is already gorgeous to me and I can nly imagine when she reaches her goal (not much more to go), I know people will look at her differently. Im not a stickler for skinny girls. Its all about proportion to me, but I love a wide round ass. As nice as slimmer girls are to look at, I go for a bigger girl with spunk and outgoing personality than a thinner girl who has nothing on that side of things.

Posted: Sunday, November 13, 2011 9:57:43 AM

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Love 'em!!

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