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The ScaleyAlbereto Fat Munters Thread (NFSFW)

Whenever I see fishnet attire, I get the urge to dig out my felt tips and colour in the little diamonds.
 

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Would it be fair to say that pic no 5 constitutes the epitome of a “perfect woman” and that this thread cannot improve on her ..?


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Would it be fair to say that pic no 5 constitutes the epitome of a “perfect woman” and that this thread cannot improve on her ..?


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Slightly under weight for my tastes, but definitely has potential...:cool:
 

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Target rich environment for the chubby lover.
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Body positivity movement: 'Why is my body not important?'

The body positivity movement has taken over social media and forced the diet industry to reinvent itself.

Its mainstream success has lead to more diversity in the beauty and fashion industries, but not all feel included.

Enam, Kayela, Lyza, Nyome and Vanessa are plus-sized models and active members of the online body positivity community, who say they have experienced exclusion and unequal pay.

They feel the movement fails to represent fat, black women.

The BBC's Lorna Acquah reports



Plus size models for barrage balloons
 
Target rich environment for the chubby lover.
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Body positivity movement: 'Why is my body not important?'

The body positivity movement has taken over social media and forced the diet industry to reinvent itself.

Its mainstream success has lead to more diversity in the beauty and fashion industries, but not all feel included.

Enam, Kayela, Lyza, Nyome and Vanessa are plus-sized models and active members of the online body positivity community, who say they have experienced exclusion and unequal pay.

They feel the movement fails to represent fat, black women.

The BBC's Lorna Acquah reports



Plus size models for barrage balloons

I thought it was a sketch from Wittle Bwitain.
 
Target rich environment for the chubby lover.
View attachment 487612
Body positivity movement: 'Why is my body not important?'

The body positivity movement has taken over social media and forced the diet industry to reinvent itself.

Its mainstream success has lead to more diversity in the beauty and fashion industries, but not all feel included.

Enam, Kayela, Lyza, Nyome and Vanessa are plus-sized models and active members of the online body positivity community, who say they have experienced exclusion and unequal pay.

They feel the movement fails to represent fat, black women.

The BBC's Lorna Acquah reports



Plus size models for barrage balloons
Well, that ticks every box in the thread title. I wouldn't bone a single one of those ugly porkers.
 
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