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Kaylakitten

How did you get to love yourself?

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For me, I stopped hiding that I was fat.

I started wearing more crop tops and less baggy t shirts. I made more content that I really loved & turned me on. I started to believe compliments and accept them! I surrounded myself with other beautiful BBWs and BHMs, and loved watching them live their life with confidence, so that helped me live mine with confidence. :)

also, touch your body more and use positive self talk! Since getting fat I use a lot more lotion and oils 🥰 it's self care!

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It's sad but true, it took hearing that people actually like my body after a lifetime of being socially conditioned to be fat-phobic.  Once I started seeing what others saw and liked, I began to accept and like it too.  Now i feel like the embodiment of abundance and femininity.  A walking, talking Rubens ☺️

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Guest Plump_Belly_Lover
4 hours ago, Miss September said:

It's sad but true, it took hearing that people actually like my body after a lifetime of being socially conditioned to be fat-phobic.  Once I started seeing what others saw and liked, I began to accept and like it too.  Now i feel like the embodiment of abundance and femininity.  A walking, talking Rubens ☺️

A walking talking Rubens … perfect description of YOU!!😃❤️❤️

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For me, the self-love really cemented itself when I started taking more photos of myself. I've always been big and gained weight easily, and while I was "comfortable" with being fat, I wouldn't have said that I loved or embraced it. When I started taking more selfies and really getting to see what I looked good in, and that I liked taking photos of myself and seeing the results, that was huge.  It definitely didn't hurt that posting those photos online also provided a huge confidence boost, too. 

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Guest Kaelala

Working on learning this too so thank you for the forum!!

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I've always thought my curves were cute! And I've gotten no complaints about them! 😂

Curvy is even sought after in many different countries over being skinny! It was historically a sign of royalty~

We're all Curvy Queens and we should embrace it!

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I'm a newbie to curve modeling but have been learning to love myself and all of body since I was about 19 years old. I realized that being fat and short was actually sexy and super cute. A super sweet lady-friend told me I was lucky to live as myself completely and that I shouldn't hide my size behind ill-fitting clothes or shame. She helped me through my journey A LOT and I will always be grateful to all the supportive women out there.

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It took quite a long time for me to learn to love my curves and embrace my growing body. Now I find different cute things about my body like my knee dimples. The way my stomach sits on my lap. 

So many cute and sexy curves on that beautiful body of yours.


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On 8/17/2022 at 8:59 PM, Kaylakitten said:

It took quite a long time for me to learn to love my curves and embrace my growing body. Now I find different cute things about my body like my knee dimples. The way my stomach sits on my lap. 

you are super cute. I found many cute things about your figure. thanks for sharing. 

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