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My sister and I were sitting around, working on school, when we saw a woman walk by outside. For a second, we thought she was someone we recognised, but I quickly shrugged that off, realising that her figure was a bit thicker than the person we were thinking of. I then felt slightly self-conscious saying such a thing about someone else, and explained that I meant that the woman whom we were talking about was simply a bit thicker, and not fat or anything like that. I described her as a bit “chunky”. She wasn’t bad-looking or anything (at least not from what I saw, since she had her back to us and most of the attraction I find in a woman is in the face) according to her figure, merely a thicker size than the typical “skinny” girl. I told my sister that I actually find “chunky” girls rather attractive, and went to Google Images to look for a good example to demonstrate what I meant.

First of all, after my original search for “chunky women,” I had to amend it to “chunky women with clothes on” to get rid of the underwear, bikinis, lingerie and thongs. That…helped, at least. I actually got some results of fully-clothed women after the amendment. However, not a single lady in the resulting pictures—not one!—was anywhere near “chunky”. Every one of them was a thin, slender, fit lady. Every single one. I tried changing the word “chunky” to the word “thick”; no changes except which pictures of slender women came up. I then said, “This is really sad…I didn’t want to have to go here.”

I tried typing in “fat women with clothes on”. Sure enough, some women, very fit and likely just with a larger, thicker-set bone structure, popped up on the screen. Of course there were a couple of pictures of large, obese women, but the majority were merely fit women with larger frames. Some quite attractive women, too, I might add. Most of them had very nice, full figures. And I’m not trying to sound like a womaniser or say anything dirty here—I am talking purely about the æsthetic features of these poor women’s bodies. These women are very pretty, classy ladies (for the most part) with the wonderful bodies God made them, being described as “fat” because their circumference is more than two inches. Why is the media referring to them like this? As my sister put it, “No wonder so many girls are so self-conscious about their bodies.”

I was shocked and quite appalled at this realisation. I knew that the media has always had a tough grip on the thought trains and self-esteem of women, but this just made me angry: the fact that these beautiful women in fit, well-kept condition, are being not only rudely described but ridiculed by the media, and on no basis whatsoever. Heck, even people who are actually fat don’t deserve this! I wouldn’t even say the word “fat” to an overweight person unless I was talking in a purely medical sense! Every woman, girl, and lady on this planet is a beautiful creation of God’s, and none of them deserve to be referred to as they are. Ladies, if you are doubting yourself and your image, and you want to know if you could be considered “attractive,” don’t ask social media. Don’t ask anyone. You are perfect exactly the way you are, corny as that sounds. Even the geekiest, dorkiest, pimple-ridden girl with glasses and braces, and the biggest, roundest girl who overeats to hide her emotional pain are beautiful in God’s eyes, and my own. Stand up for yourselves and get rid of this monstrosity filling up our media!

Oh…and put some clothes on. I don’t want to have to add “with clothes on” to any search I make containing the word “women”. Show some respect for yourselves. God bless.
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  • Listening to: "Twilit Dragon: Argorok" by Twilight Symphony
  • Reading: Eragon
  • Watching: Criminal Minds
  • Playing: Halo: Reach
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Clutch45 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015
Hey, thanks for faving those favs you faved! I really appreciate it!
XOrdinary1998 Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
No problem bro! I'm a friend of Dree's. She showed me your page, and gotta say, your work is really great. Nice to meet you!
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OH, haha, very cool! I'm glad you like my stuff, nice to meet you too!
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Thanks for +fav "what would happen if...".
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