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They look good to me. Would take a time machine and smash 1945 Miss Boston
post #1847 of 5582
So there was post, now deleted, where an SJW-feminist told a woman who had been a rape victim that she couldn't have been raped ("just look at her" she has no eyebrows) and that she was privileged.

Got it.
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

http://www.worldlifestyle.com/beauty-style/here-s-what-thigh-gaps-looked-like-in-1945

Maybe I'm wrong? But I would consider them thin. That or I just don't care what adjective people use.

The person attacking those women for not being "thin" by today's standards is a giant fatty. Those chicks are attractive. The author of that crap is not.

From the comments -
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Stacey Haskins · Dental assistant at Dental assistant
Oh I wish people would eat healthy, work their bodies and brush their teeth, and contribute to their neighborhood somehow, be know for who they are, not their thigh gap.

WTF Stacey?
post #1849 of 5582
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Maybe I'm wrong? But I would consider them thin. That or I just don't care what adjective people use.
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Originally Posted by Harold falcon View Post

The person attacking those women for not being "thin" by today's standards is a giant fatty. Those chicks are attractive. The author of that crap is not.

There's this odd campaign to "reclaim body image" or whatever, but as a proxy for fat-acceptance. The standards for beauty are absurd today (for men and women), and you could make a reasonable case that it's harming normal looking people into trying to live up to unrealistic standards. Women don't need to have thigh-gaps, men don't need to have rippling abs, fine.

But that doesn't redeem the fatties, and that's the majority of the people pushing this campaign.
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post


There's this odd campaign to "reclaim body image" or whatever, but as a proxy for fat-acceptance. The standards for beauty are absurd today (for men and women), and you could make a reasonable case that it's harming normal looking people into trying to live up to unrealistic standards. Women don't need to have thigh-gaps, men don't need to have rippling abs, fine.

But that doesn't redeem the fatties, and that's the majority of the people pushing this campaign.

I disagree, the standards for beauty are quite reasonable. If that means only 5% of people qualify as "beautiful" then so be it. Beauty means something better than average. There's a lot of average people. And a lot of below average people. But there aren't very many beautiful people, and we shouldn't expect there to be. I'm sorry, but your wife working at the Five and Dime has decent curves and nice gams but she's not beautiful. She's just good looking.
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Speaking as one of those 5% I have to agree
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Not as big as I feared, but still pretty big.
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She's pretty rough on my eyes but at least from the quotes in the article, she's got a good attitude about everything. If it makes her feel great and other people like viewing her, then that's fantastic.

At least she doesn't appear to be a fucking SJW who will shame you or attack you if you don't like what she does
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my only issue with "encouraging" her is that she is a young woman (and mother), all that weight on her organs, regardless of how good she feels, is not healthy. Carrying that weight as she gets older will not be a good thing. The fact that she is athletic now, its like someone who smokes 2 packs a day but is still able to run a marathon. Eventually the bad habits will catch up to your body.

Lastly, I feel for her husband as I cannot imagine what it most be like when she sits on his face.
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post

She's pretty rough on my eyes but at least from the quotes in the article, she's got a good attitude about everything. If it makes her feel great and other people like viewing her, then that's fantastic.

At least she doesn't appear to be a fucking SJW who will shame you or attack you if you don't like what she does

So you like having to pay for her medical services?
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Originally Posted by brokencycle View Post

http://www.worldlifestyle.com/beauty-style/here-s-what-thigh-gaps-looked-like-in-1945

Maybe I'm wrong? But I would consider them thin. That or I just don't care what adjective people use.

They are. They don't look like today's runway models, but they don't look like the runway models of their time either. None of them are fatties for sure.
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post


There's this odd campaign to "reclaim body image" or whatever, but as a proxy for fat-acceptance. The standards for beauty are absurd today (for men and women), and you could make a reasonable case that it's harming normal looking people into trying to live up to unrealistic standards. Women don't need to have thigh-gaps, men don't need to have rippling abs, fine.

But that doesn't redeem the fatties, and that's the majority of the people pushing this campaign.

the guys with ripped abs are looking for chicks with thigh gaps and vice versa. The rest of us just don't want to be fat or have a fat s.o. I doubt it's hurting anyone who isn't a neurotic already.
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Saving it for the dance floor.
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