BBW-Are we regulating?

BBW is everywhere. We are round, feminine and caring. We are "plus" size. There are many websites that only target "big" or "large" women. Which stores offer clothing, which stores provide aircraft seat expanders, which airlines have the most seats, and dating sites [there are many of them!].

Many blogs come with BBW chat and discussion features. These sites attract a lot of people, and I'm always surprised. If we should be a minority, why are there so many of us? I suspect that there are more people on average than the "plus", but large advertising companies, television and movies have brainwashed us and made them think that thin, curveless women are normal. No! It's not unhealthy to be a big size woman. Losing weight is not inherently healthy. See your doctor and relax if your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar are normal. If this is not the case and you want to lose weight to avoid weight-related health problems, eat more vegetables and fruits. go for a walk. Less exercise can extend life.

Big beauties [and MHM, big handsome guys] have some special needs when traveling, especially air travel. On most domestic flights, you will need a seatbelt expander. Although most airlines provide these services, you must request them, and not all airlines are sensitive to the needs of adults. You can also ask for an empty seat next to you on the plane to make more space. However, it is only available when the flight is not sold out.

There are many options for XL ladies now, not even ten years ago. I am encouraged that society will truly accept people of all sizes and stop classifying us.