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Old 10-15-2009, 04:38 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by Tracyarts View Post
" I think you have a point. A lot of the people who are paysite models would probably not be considered attractive if they were thin. Yes, a lot are pretty, but a few are ugly, plain or just unattractive. Some are kinda pretty, some are really hot. So I think it's more their fat bodies that attract the men rather than the face. "

The "butterface" syndrome is not limited by body type and size.

Tracy
I dunno. There are women I find absolutely stunning who seem to be ignored by many, and others who strut around as though they're irresistible (note these are always thin), and i don't get the attraction. Is there a universal set of criteria for beauty? i don't know. I think it's possible that some people might cross different boundaries of taste --like musical crossover, perhaps, appealing to fans from all over--while there are some who are only appealing to a narrow group. The symmetrical, hourglass shaped girl with big eyes and big lips might appeal to people from more races, because she resembles the beauty ideal in several places, whereas a girl with a nice smile but thin lips and small recessed eyes won't be quite so universally adored.

There may also be a supply-demand thing at work here. Sometimes one can go for awhile in my town at least without seeing a ssbbw, and it feels to me as though one of the colours of the natural spectrum had been missing. When she appears, it's the same feeling on a sunny day when POW you suddenly have YELLOW mixing in with the other colours, warming you in a different way than when everything was cloudy, and gray/ blue. Does our perception of beauty perhaps change when we're missing something? i know that there are times of year i crave certain flavours, and then when i have had corn or apples available for weeks on end i am more blase, than when i am missing that flavour. So in other words, maybe our taste isn't consistent but changes at different times.

Isn't it wonderful how different we all are?
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