2.) Women with a perfect hourglass figure (ie. goddesses), with almost no visible fat except on the breasts and badonkadonk behind.
3.) Women with a bit of extra padding, but enormous tits and buttocks that usually make up for it. A respectable alternative to women whose ribs show through their skin.
2.) Bull Dyke- Rosie O'Donnel is curvy. Guy- No, she's fat. Beyonce is curvy.
3.) Guy- I'd rather do America Ferrera than Paris Hilton. I'll take the waist if it means I get all that ass.
Curvy, in the traditional sense, means having an ample bosom, trim waist, and round butt.
Seventeen dresses all of their size 16 "curvy" girls in outfits from Torrid.
in turn causing those ones with truly good, curvy figures
to believe they ,too, are fat.
tonne Tessy. You be proud of your "curves". It's healthy to be completely obese.Because it means you aren't skinny."
Now, the media is pressuring young girls and women to look like Scarlett Johansson or Angelina Jolie. If you have naturally small breasts, don't have a tiny waist, or particularly shapely hips, you're labelled as anorexic or "not a real woman". This same media claims to support "loving yourself", but if "yourself" hasn't got a perfect hourglass figure, then you're done for. Hypocrisy knows no bounds, right?
Because she wasn't a "real woman" without double d's.
Oprah Winfrey: Chubby
5'5" size 10: generally curvy
5'5" size 16: fat