Dating a full figured woman
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Of a body: thick and solid, although not necessarily fat.
I don't consider 'fat' to be pejorative, but I understand that that's not the case among the general population. I definitely have a full-body shot, and my main headshot is not at some weird magical downward angle.
I don't want to waste my or anyone else's time.
In fact, I got more compliments on my bigger butt than I did on my tiny perky butt.
I think it's more important to have a body shot or 2 so that your guys know exactly what they're getting. I'm not totally against switching to it though, I just kind of hate it.
That is, nicely filled out and sensually appealing, voluptuous.
Of a woman: buxom and shapely, with broad hips and lots of sensuous, womanly curves (as opposed to a twiggy, androgynous, stick figureed waif)Of a man: broad-shouldered and barrel-chested and often muscular (big and butch instead of a willowy pretty boy)Kate Winslet, famously full-figured, once said "I'm not a twig and I refuse to be"."Full-figured" does not mean "fat", per se, just a nicely filled and sensually shaped figure: nice, shapely legs; broad-shouldered and barrel-chested men; broad-hipped women generously endowed in the butt and breasts.
What I am saying is that it's better to be on the side of saying you're larger than you are, than saying you're skinnier than you are. I don't look at the body-type description, I look at the photos.
I think anyone who is particular about body type does the same.