This is how I feel. I'm all 3 (4 if you count both breast and curves), and being genuine towards men as myself has gotten me harassed, bullied, and bulldozed.
They don't see our great personalities the way HVM, women, mentors, and children do. They think you're in love with them and desperate for your attention, simply because you are more friendly than other women.
Although my family means well, they keep giving me advice that has gotten me stuck, even if it works for them. They are not any of those things (well one is kinda bubbly).
These past few weeks have been tough, with report cards, parent teacher conferences, and just dealing with so much outside of work. I would just love to have someone help me escape my reality for a night or maybe something consistently.
I am a black 27 year old female
Curvy and short about 5’3 all thighs and 🍑
I go to the gym regularly so everything is in the right places. I’m a bit of a nerd so I’m very much into books, video gaming and comics. I live alone and I can also travel to you what ever works best for us at the moment. I also enjoy wearing lingerie, I have a picture of myself wearing my favorite piece on my page... this page is a throwaway, I can send you my main page where I do like to show off my collection. Im not too picky when it comes to guys although I tend to gravitate to men with an athletic build, in need of someone to handle all of this 🍑 lol but open to all sizes and races. I’m really into older men, but age isn’t really a deal breaker. As long as you are well experienced and confident at what you are doing.
I don’t know why it seems like women that are on the thicker side aren’t appreciated the way they should be. In my experience, being involved with a cougar with curves in all the right places is such a turn on.
Plus, I enjoy whenever I give a nice massage to help with relaxation. I always say that it doesn’t always have to be straight up sex with me, just the idea that my touch can help take her to a place of utter bliss and pleasure, I get a kick out of that alone (but the next step is always welcomed as well).
Just an appreciation post is all, Happy New Year everyone 😌
I have always wanted a cute bralette that could be worn as a fashion piece and therefore needs to be supportive enough on its own. I wanted to try the Cosabella Curvy Bralette but was afraid to order it online. I found one in store to try on and bought it. I figures you might appreciate my thoughts on it.
Overall I am a big fan! It is comfortable and supportive and very cute. I wore it on a long haul red eye flight and it was comfortable to sleep in.
Of course over time walking around and moving a lot things slip a little bit and it needs to be readjusted but not significantly.
I didn't fit any of the sizes exactly. I bought the large and have a 32 band so the band is a touch loose on me. If you fit into the recommended size bracket exactly you will have an ever better fit.
I am already thinking about buying more colors!
This Post Applies To Both Sugar Mummies/Daddies
The Title Is Misleading - Sorry I have tried to edit it.
I ask because as a minority, not everyone wants a girl taller than them, or a black sb let alone one with curves. Is anyone in this current market and how did you go about it.
I’m a Black British African, brown peanut butter skinned, 5ft 11, Size 12 and 26 years old btw.
Please understand that in different countries, race does play a big part. So if your not from England don’t start the racial talk with me please as it may not apply to me.
Hi! This post may seem odd but I felt like talking to other NB would understand more than regular groups:
I am currently 260 lbs and want to develop a routine that will not only help me lose weight to be fit, but keep my thick thighs and curvy shape. How should I go about this?
Any suggestions for running leggings and long shorts? I’m typically a size 8 curvy in AE jeans or a size 10 in other brands, so between M/L (waist 29, hips 43). I prefer higher waisted typically because it helps them stay up. TIA!
kibbe gets more insane every day. the rules are overturned every day. SNs are no longer wide ladies - accommodating width means you can be narrow don’t you know!
srs: people on the main sub are acting as if wide is a bad word. like who decided that having a wide frame was worse than a narrow frame? they’re acting as if being a natural is an insult
ISO curvy historical romance. Either authors or books. I am having a hard time finding more. The steamier the better... of course.
My Recs for curvy heroines: At the Bride hunt ball by olivia parker The sherbrooke bride by catherine coulter Duke to Darkness by Nicola Davidson
Please share what you have!
Anyone have some suggestions on some fun roads?
This happened a few weeks back. I needed some new business casual/formal outfits for work and I went to a well-known retail store for women's clothing.
I graduated from college earlier this year, so this was the first time I was shopping for nice, well-fitting clothing. I picked out a variety of skirts, slacks, blouses and suits and grabbed several sizes of each to try on. The two employees in the fitting room helped me a ton with grabbing additional sizes and helped me learn that petite sizes fit me better.
One of the pairs of slacks I picked for myself was a "curvy fit" style. I have a small waist and wider hips, and have always had issues with slacks and jeans fitting properly - I always wear belts because waistlines are too big. The pair I picked were slightly too big and long, so I asked one employee to grab me a size smaller in petite and told her I'd like the curvy pant. She looked me up and down, then said "Girl, you are NOT curvy! Curvy is not going to work for you. I'll get the "straight fit" for you!" The other employee walked by as she said this and agreed with her. I told them that I have a small waist but they insisted. I tried on the straight pant they brought me... and as expected I had a significant gap at the waistline.
So I got dressed, walked onto the floor to grab the "curvy fit" in petites, tried it on and it fit like a glove! The one employee came by my fitting room again when I had the slacks on and she complimented how well the new straight fit suited me. I told her it was actually the curvy style, she just said "well..." and walked away. Either way, I wore those slacks to work this week for the first time and got a ton of compliments on them!
Hey lovelies! So I'm a super curvy person (like G cup bra and hips for weeks) and I've been wanting top surgery for a while now but I started getting scared of hating my body even more after because of how unbalanced it would potentially look? Did anyone else deal with this? Does me being scared means I don't really want a full top surgery and maybe should just look more into just a reduction?
I have a character that I really want to shell. The problem is that the character is chubby, and there aren't many options out there for that. I would like her to be MSD or short (50cm) bjd.
Any ideas where I can find that body?