Saturday, September 17, 2011 7:07:42 PM
I'm 6`1 and 180 at a size 13/14 is healthy for me...for the males wanting to comment on this.. you have no clue how retailers and women`s actual sizes work. Every woman is different. I have to go to three different places for jeans that are long and big enough, and a bizillion damn places for shirts because I have a large chest, long torso, and broad shoulders. No ONE brand can fit just every female out there.
Thursday, September 15, 2011 5:36:19 PM
"THIS is what's wrong with the mentality in this country. you automatically assume that "full-figured" means "fat." it DOESN`T. full-figured means you have a bit of meat on your bones, and curves in all the right places. it means you don`t starve yourself to fit into a size 0, but you`re not a size 24 either."
If you look at the picture of Ms. Upton, though, she has curves in all the right places, and quite a few of the wrong ones.
You see, curvy means two curves, T&A. Think Christina Hendricks.
Curvy does not mean ten curves, Chin, Chin, back tits, front tits, roll, roll, gut, gunt, ass and thighs.
And again, you`re right. Someone 0 or smaller may very well be less healthy than someone 24 or larger.
For some reason, though, you`re ignoring that, in the majority of cases, an 8 or 10 is significantly healthier than a 12 or 14.