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CREATOUCH by Soluchi

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New York, New York, US

What do you think about curvy models?

Oct 08 11 01:50 am Link

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Maryam Amjad

Posts: 174

London, England, United Kingdom

What is even curvy these days?

Oct 08 11 01:55 am Link

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Z_Photo

Posts: 6957

Huntsville, Alabama, US

what's that a euphemism for?

Oct 08 11 02:12 am Link

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CREATOUCH by Soluchi

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New York, New York, US

Maryam Amjad wrote:
What is even curvy these days?

lol. I don't know how to answer this.

Oct 08 11 02:37 am Link

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CREATOUCH by Soluchi

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New York, New York, US

Z_Photo wrote:
what's that a euphemism for?

Are you referring to me?

Oct 08 11 02:38 am Link

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Nico Simon Princely

Posts: 1889

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

I have yet to see a human body that did not have curves. I don't like that expression and it's used by fat/overweight/thick women to make themselves feel better.

You know if you want to feel beautiful call your self a BBW or whatever, fat is beautiful to some people.

But don't say curvy I know fitness models and playmates with better curves than most heavy or thick women I have seen. And most of the time women that say curves should be saying rolls.

That's like a bald guy saying "I have a shiny head" or "Do you like guys with smooth shiny heads?" except that's more accurate as it can't be misconstrued like "curves" can.

To OP: If you're referring to Tahiti Cora in your port as having curves  I love those curves.

Oct 08 11 02:57 am Link

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CREATOUCH by Soluchi

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New York, New York, US

Nico Simon Princely wrote:
I have yet to see a human body that did not have curves. I don't like that expression and it's used by fat/overweight/thick women to make themselves feel better.

You know if you want to feel beautiful call your self a BBW or whatever, fat is beautiful to some people.

But don't say curvy I know fitness models and playmates with better curves than most heavy or thick women I have seen. And most of the time women that say curves should be saying rolls.

That's like a bald guy saying "I have a shiny head" or "Do you like guys with smooth shiny heads?" except that's more accurate as it can't be misconstrued like "curves" can.

To OP: If you're referring to Tahiti Cora in your port as having curves  I love those curves.

lol @ rolls.
I believe rolls isn't curvy or thick. That'll probably be classified as BBW.
I personally love women with curves and those that have nice bodies in general. No rolls. Just curves.

Oct 09 11 02:22 am Link

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T-D-L

Posts: 10303

Los Angeles, California, US

The problem with the description "curvy" is that it's entirely subjective.   For me, when I hear curvy I think of a glamour type model....kinda like the Victoria's Secret girls or maybe someone on Maxim magazine, etc.  For some of my friends, curvy is a size 4.  Then you get some girls who are 5'3" and 300 lbs and they think that they're curvy.

Can't really say I like "curvy" as it's too subjective and could mean a world of difference depending on who's using the term.

Oct 09 11 02:39 am Link

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Hollee Brinlee

Posts: 153

Los Angeles, California, US

I think curvy is a definitive area to area difference. Breast to waist, waist to hip, back to butt, whatever place someone finds sexy is where they're going to see potential curves.

Oct 09 11 05:54 pm Link

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DVP Photography

Posts: 2865

Broomfield, Colorado, US

On MM, "curvy" is almost always used by overweight models to say something positive about themselves.  So as the question again:  What do  you think about overweight models?  Then let's see what you get.

Oct 09 11 10:10 pm Link