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    Quote Originally Posted by Norman Pride
    I didn't imply that she wasn't curvy, but that she wasn't plus sized.
    I had no idea whether you did or not, it was your choice of words which left for room for doubt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gefjon
    Curvy chicks = fat.
    When women are corpulent they stop being the right/best/proper/only/original kind of curvy.

    Just think of random swimsuit models when looking for examples of curvy women. Or even STpeach from Twitch.

    STpeach is curvy and she isn't overweight:









    Hell yes; there are thin, curvy women out there.
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    Okay, Chlodovech, you like flat-chested women. You just want them slender/thin with slightly "curvy" hips/butt.

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    Chlodovech & oreiar, try creating a dating profile for a chick and describe her as curvy, dudes are gonna be cautious and watch out for chub. Yes, curvy is used by PC folks who don't wanna be called fat, so why would a thin chick wanna use that word?

    The chicks in the photos seem to have pear shaped bodies so most of the fat deposits are on their butts. Large butts and thick legs = fat. Also, they're wearing clothes and posing in positions which make the butts stick out. Wouldn't exactly call them fat tho, but they could easily slide into the thick category if they put anymore weight on their lower bodies.

    Slender = proportional, a minimal amount of fat on the whole body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norman Pride View Post
    Model with a BMI of 17:

    Wtf. My BMI is 16.3-16.5 and I do not look like that. That's just the camera and the distorted pose.
    I swear my ass is fatter than hers.

    Anyway, My mom says that my body type would be considered 'thin' in the 60s and 70s, but not anywhere as stand-out as I am considered in society today. All humans were 'thin' back then. What looks normal and what doesnt depends on the person's body type, and what you're used to looking at in your society.

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    Obviously there's different types of bodies and constitutions, fat distributes in different places with some folks, not to mention differences in height. So the same BMI might look different on different folks. I've seen chicks with the "infamous" BMI of 18 and under who looked chubby, as well as chicks with a higher BMI who looked more slender cause they had a different type of body. The chick in the pics looks tall & ectomorphic, not to mention she's wearing heels. And yeah it's probly the pose too

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    The new norm

    I don't believe this is the norm. I remember women had curvy hips for child bearing in early movies, but they were not overweight. Being skinny was not very popular until the "60's "Jewish" media sported Twiggy as the new norm for women. It seems that Jewish managers turn the art form and human body into a commodity and grossly distort the human image much like Picasso (Spanish though). You hear so many complaints about directors and modelling agencies that exploit women for profits and literally assault them behind doors. Look at some of the old time actresses and models like Gardner, Monroe, Paget, C. Baker and others who had very healthy shapes and didn't live off of salads! They rather see nice young females suffering with anorexia and eating disorders ruining their lives and even reproductive years, again for capitalist profit. It's a sad business today and did not start out like this during the early 40's. Women's bodies still have a healthy, lively image and not the narcissistic half dead look. We know it is more self-destruction among European women in the fashion world plagued by drugs, eating disorders, and suicide. In the old days, they had REAL breasts that can functions later on (for infants) and nice curvy shapes for men to admire. Average and Slightly overweight also means more fertile, and that does NOT mean 30 lbs plus. Healthy women range from size 6-10, a small or medium.

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    I have no sympathy for anyone who blubbers about their weight or acts like they are a victim for a weight that they choose to be. Males are judged for this as well. There are also just as many girls who are unintelligent and shallow as males who are. Such as those who pretend to claim that penis size matters and that they like big penises, or that they don't like small penises. Not only is it untrue but they are also talking about themselves and putting themselves down without realizing it. That is only one example of many in which they are unintelligent and immature.

    Anyone who blames being very overweight or obese on a health condition or whatever else is just making excuses for a complete lack of willpower and discipline. They have no ability to maintain a diet over a prolonged period. If you burn more calories than you consume over a given amount of time, you lose weight. It is impossible not to. If someone is unhappy with their weight then they can change it. They should want to be within a healthy weight range, not severely over/underweight.

    It is also clear that girls who obsess over their weight do so because of other girls and pop culture/social media. The fashion industry or "instagram models," etc. Why do they even care about these things to begin with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fjaran View Post
    Anyone who blames being very overweight or obese on a health condition or whatever else is just making excuses for a complete lack of willpower and discipline. They have no ability to maintain a diet over a prolonged period. If you burn more calories than you consume over a given amount of time, you lose weight. It is impossible not to. If someone is unhappy with their weight then they can change it. They should want to be within a healthy weight range, not severely over/underweight.
    Being over or underweight can be primarily medical in cause and blaming it on people "just making excuses" is being ignorant of such medical conditions. For example take those suffering from Prader–Willi syndrome, who feel constant hunger and to such a debilitating extent that they steal food, eat out of trash cans and have to be strictly supervised for the rest of their lives. This is because in addition to the constant feeling of hunger, these people suffer from intellectual impairment. Such people cannot be expected to have the same willpower and personal discipline a healthy adult has. There are also people suffering from certain conditions - like diabetes - who need to eat a certain amount regularly or face potentially life-threatening consequences. You can't expect a diabetic to be able to crash diet the same way that a healthy adult can. People with high food sensitivities and allergies can also be included here, as their diets are also not as flexible. That obesity is only caused by overeating is a myth, as genetics also affect hormones involved in fat regulation. Those who have obesity in the family might inherit such genes. If they also suffer from conditions like diabetes or hypothyroidism or if they are also poor and cannot afford to eat healthy and organic all the time, they might eventually put on some extra weight. Not to mention those suffering from physical handicaps. Many hormonal conditions also result in unintended weight gain, without that the person increases their consumption of food and without decreasing their physical activity. Women with polycystic ovary syndrome have a much harder time losing weight than normal women. Also not all weight gain is caused by food intake. Some cancers - such as ovarian - cause weight gain, tumors being the major cause. Water retention is often a problem for people with heart conditions, etc.

    Same goes for being underweight. It isn't only the anorexics and dieters who are underweight, but a wide range of people suffering from various debilitating medical conditions. Hyperthyroidism, the opposite of hypothyroidism causes weight loss due to an increased metabolic rate. Or conditions such as Addison’s disease, not to mention stomach ulcers or similar conditions that cause the ingestion, swallowing or digestion of food to be painful or resulting in uncomfortable symptoms.

    It's very easy to judge people without being aware of their particular situation. Look at this woman, for example:



    A lot of people only see the ugliness and they'll be quick to judge her, but the fact is that she suffers from a medical condition that prevents her from gaining weight.

    And in the end, the inside also counts. In fact, what's on the inside is much more important, as it's what really makes us valuable as people. Given enough money and in the hands of the right professionals, nearly anyone can undergo cosmetic surgery and make their outside appearance look better. If you are ugly on the inside, on the other hand, that's far more difficult to hide or correct.

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    I don't think citing very rare conditions like Prader-Willi syndrome is valid in this discussion. The others are all manageable and many cases of PCOS symptoms first occur because of the individual becoming very overweight/obese. Losing weight is the first line of treatment for it. It is still manageable either way and just used as an excuse. You should also note that I specifically said very/severely over or underweight, or obese.

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