Do curvy women have the right to be curvy?
Women should be afforded the opportunity to dress comfortably. However,
in the Western world, skinniness is treated most favorably and
thickness is frowned upon. I agree that obesity is a big problem in this
world and I personally don’t believe that fat woman have any business
glorifying being fat. What types of messages does that send to the
children, who will be faced with similar perceptions and topics for
debate as we are in our current era. However, just because a woman is big, doesn’t necessarily mean that she is obese. The two are not the same at all. Some people actually look better at bigger sizes that actually fit the proportions of their physiological body design.
Kim Kardashian is a current prime example of how well curves can look on a thick woman.
Beyonce is another fabulous example.
These woman are not naturally skinny, but they make curves look good. Let’s face it, when most men say they are into thick women with curves,
what they really mean to say is women with shape and that are not fat.
I’m sure that there are men amongst the broad that actually appreciate
fat women, but those numbers would appear quite less abundant than men
who just prefer woman with a hot shape and build.
The distinction between fat or obese women
and women who are meaty or curvy needs to be made, because this can be
confusing to many. Women in many cultures are naturally built with well
defined curves. These are not thin women. I think the stereotype
genuinely comes from Western civilization, which is an extension of the
European subculture. The Europeans typically had less curves and it became apparent that curves were seen as less desirable. So when their women started developing curves and rounder shapes, this was perceived as obesity.
Curvy women have made mainstream modelling and entertainment sexier. The curves on a woman’s body
sends more signals to a man’s mind than other form of beauty. I believe
that this is so in all cultures. Even in European subcultures where
women are not naturally curvy. No woman should ever be ashamed of her curves in my opinion, but, she should just want to enhance her curves.
if you take other cultures such as African or even Spanish regions, the
women were naturally curvy and there assets were more visually pleasing
to the men from those cultures. In contrast, men from other cultures
had always admired traits that women from their cultures possessed, such
as larger behinds and chests. In America, these cultures began
influencing how beauty should be perceived, and so today larger assets are virtually more accepted and desired. There still seems to exist the stigmatization of lumping curvy or plump women with obese or fat women. The two are not connected in that way at all.
is not in proportion with the rest of her body. Meat hangs and the
curves don’t fall in the right natural places. This is usually do to a
corrupt diet or a lazy lifestyle, though sometimes genetics does play a
part. Obesity is not healthy, while curvy women can be perfectly healthy.
me just say that every woman should want to look naturally her best. No
woman should be satisfied or happy with being obese or overly fat. I
think it is a mistake for women to embrace such a thing. This is when I
think that insecurity can be a good thing, because of the fact that it
will provoke women to make their bodies look more desirable. This is
perfectly acceptable in just about any culture. When a women works out
and watches her diet, it means that she is willing to take better care
of her body. For religious women, it’s a sin to let your bodies go and
accept our imperfections.
Our constant aim as humans is to improve
ourselves, and though we will never be perfect, while we are alive, we
should all strive to perfect. Simply saying that you are fat and proud
is not good enough. However, if you are merely curvy and proud, then you
Curves on a women are virtually accepted in every society as being closer to perfection.
Anorexic models have invaded mainstream media and the only reason it is appealing to fashion designers is because it allows consumers to focus more heavily on the clothing
that is being showcased. On a camera, thinner does look better.
However, an anorexic woman walking on the street looks like a disaster
in clothes and is very unsightly and unappealing.
There is nothing wrong with a women’s arms being big,
but if they are flabby then she should consider doing what is in her
power to tighten up her body. The less jiggle the better her body will
look, regardless of actual size.