Voluptuous women for dating

Okay, we got it, you hate fat people--and that is what the word means to you--Kate Moss anyone?

I'm 34-22-36 and I don't consider myself curvy or voluptuous in the least!

according to internet dating: it equates to being 'fat'....overly 'obese' etc....(laughing my ashnet off) doesn't anyone have a clue?

Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.

Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Actually, when you say "voluptuous", I'm thinking Rabelaisian woman, with a kinda earthy attitude. The term used to mean the same thing "curvy" meant to me. volumtuous, volupshus, vuluptuous, volutpous, voluptous, volumptous, onomatopoeiaous, etc..


So, what is the big issue of being unlike the figures we see on magazines and being compared to them by others?I am happy with who and what I look like, if it isn't your cup of tea...don't accept a sip. I have a large bust and am plump and do not have an hourglass shape and am also told that I am voluptuous by most men I date, so as some have suggested.....means different things to different people. To me, voluptuous means a woman with a fair sized pair of knockers and a big bottom with a waist that is smaller than the both mentioned qualities.Many if not all women can and are 'voluptuous'...(quoted from websters) full of delight or pleasure to the senses conducive to or arising from sensuous or sensual gratification.When did being voluptuous become the new 'big boned' 'obese' 'huge knockers' etc...????? With this meaning ::: I am not extremely thin nor excessively overweight.

I am full figured and carry my body size well (in my mind-your thoughts of my body image are yours exclusively), my waist isnt 10 inches smaller than the breasts or backside..is a mere 4 inches ..ribs are there, the curve is there and the hips are as well.I don't wear a size 3 as I did fresh out of high school, I have grown in mental and physical aspects of life.



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