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Old 12-21-2015, 08:45 AM   #13
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Azreal: You know how some people might feel most comfortable in their body if they have a beard or are clean-shaven, in athletic wear or dressed up, when they've been doing a lot of endurance work more than if building up a lot of muscle with less endurance, etc?

Well, some people just feel best about themself when they are fat. To me fatness has always had 'warm fuzzies' about it -- since I was little I've gravitated to fatter people, looked at them more charitably, felt more comfortable around them ... and wanted to be one of them. Logically I know that fat people are a mixed lot just like any other sort of people, most of my friends are thin and I obviously like them just fine, and I do try to limit how fat I let myself get -- but still I have these 'warm-fuzzies' about fat people and about being fat(ter).

Now, it is also sexual for me, but I liked this before anything was sexual for me, and I'm quite sure that for me it goes well beyond the sexual, into a broader fat=good thing.
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