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Old 12-12-2005, 02:20 PM   #1
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At what weight (or weight range) do we go from being a BBW to a SSBBW? I have been called both and I was just wondering which term is right for me?

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Old 12-12-2005, 02:42 PM   #2
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I guess being a ssbbw "starts" around 350lbs or 150kg I guess. We talked about it before in the old boards system.
I guess it also depends on a womans build and/or height, too.
Please let me know if you have a different mind...

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Old 12-12-2005, 03:06 PM   #3
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My understanding was that at one time women's clothing sizes were more neatly deliminated. Sizes up to 13/14 were regular sizes, carried in regular stores. Sizes 15/16 through 26 were plus sizes, carried in plus size stores. Sizes 28 and up were first of all almost non-existent, and were clearly something beyond plus sizes, sometimes called super-sized.

Of course, now Lane Bryant and other plus sizes stores carry at least up to a size 28, many regular stores carry Xl/size 16, if not bigger, and beyond that sizes have tended to inflate by an inch or more.

For a woman of average height, going into a size 28 used to typically happen somewhere in the vicinity of 300 pounds, I believe. Now probably a little heavier with size inflation.

In other words, the line is not precise, but somewhere around being a size 28 or much over 300 pounds (and average height) is probably how most people see it. Of course, some FA push those numbers higher (I've seen guys say that SSBBW doesn't happen until 400 pounds), because what they consider as fat and really fat is a lot bigger than what most people would think.

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Old 12-12-2005, 05:05 PM   #4
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ok... i'll post on this one..

I consider myself an ssbbw.. however (believe it or not) I have had FA's tell me that I'm not an ssbbw because I wasn't fat enough (haha.. ok) I don't give my weight but I'm 5'1 and I consider myself an ssbbw because of my size.

I kinda think it all depends on how you see yourself. But this is just my 2 cents.
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Old 12-12-2005, 05:09 PM   #5
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At what weight (or weight range) do we go from being a BBW to a SSBBW? I have been called both and I was just wondering which term is right for me?

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The conventionally accepted idea for SSBBWs is for them to be 350 lbs or more. Frankly, I see no need for differentiation because fat is fat. But who is or is not supersized is simply an unnecessary matter of nomenclature. Fat is fat.
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Fat may be fat, but sometimes labels are needed to give order to an inherently chaotic world. That said, I'm sure that one could use the BMI scale to determine the line between BBW and SSBBW and BMW or whatever if one really wanted to.

Does it really matter? Probably not.
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Thanks everyone who answered. I don't really care if I am a bbw or ssbbw....I am me and that's all that matters. That and I am happy the way I am.

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Again must I post my response. For that, we are all punished to give different answers every time.

Until about 2002, I was under the impression that supersize meant a weight of 500+. At that point in time I was corrected and told that "most women" will start calling themselves SSBBWs around 300+.

However, I've seen 150-pound women calling themselves BBW, so it probably won't be long before all women of all sizes, shapes and tonnage will call themselves SSBBW and not know what it means.
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I think the super-sized part is just something tacked on to larger (I generally consider this around 350lbs, but height is obviously a factor) women to differentiate from the now throngs of women online who call themselves BBW and they weigh 180lbs or 200lbs, etc. I am supersized, no doubt, most of my friends are, and Chicklets - I agree, you are in my eyes. Your build "reads" as supersized to me.

By definition, sure, they're BBW (bigger than the "world" thinks they should be), but I think the SS addition helps interested guys find the "bigguns" from the smaller set, if that's what they're looking for.
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Old 12-12-2005, 08:23 PM   #10
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350 for a woman of normal height. I'd deduct about 10-15 pounds per inch shorter than 5'5". By the same token, I'd add the same for a taller woman, given that the weight is spread around more on them. Sure, they're big, but not proportionally super-sized.
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I've been told I'm teetering right on the line between bbw and ssbbw. I'm 5'9" and around 360, though my weight is spread out and I have a fair bit of muscle too. However, like most of you, I don't get hung up on lables.

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ok... i'll post on this one..

I consider myself an ssbbw.. however (believe it or not) I have had FA's tell me that I'm not an ssbbw because I wasn't fat enough (haha.. ok) I don't give my weight but I'm 5'1 and I consider myself an ssbbw because of my size.

I kinda think it all depends on how you see yourself. But this is just my 2 cents.
Whatever your size.. just be confident in who you are.. makes life much better
I've had them tell me the same thing! I'm 5"3 & over 350lbs...I guess it just really is whose looking at you
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Does it really make a difference??? Is a 340 less beautiful than a 350? Its just a label. I almost never refer to SSBBW or BBW. You are all lovely at any size
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I've been called an SSBBW quite a few times. But I don't really consider myself to be (feel a bit of an imposter! LOL)

I find it's the UK FA's that call me SS and the americans that say I'm not LOL
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My understanding was that at one time women's clothing sizes were more neatly deliminated. Sizes up to 13/14 were regular sizes, carried in regular stores. Sizes 15/16 through 26 were plus sizes, carried in plus size stores. Sizes 28 and up were first of all almost non-existent, and were clearly something beyond plus sizes, sometimes called super-sized.

Of course, now Lane Bryant and other plus sizes stores carry at least up to a size 28, many regular stores carry Xl/size 16, if not bigger, and beyond that sizes have tended to inflate by an inch or more.


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Ed (and everyone else) The lane bryant website (lanebryant.com) associated with the store is now carrying extended sizes in certain styles. Like the Avenue, they go up to size 32.
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Ed (and everyone else) The lane bryant website (lanebryant.com) associated with the store is now carrying extended sizes in certain styles. Like the Avenue, they go up to size 32.
The store does? That's wonderful! I was disappointed because I'm currently at their (what I thought was) highest size, a 28. *yeys*

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only through their website. I believe old navy is carrying extended sizing through their website, too.

edited because I found the link
http://lanebryant.charmingshoppes.co....aspx?attr=910

Extended sizing includes a 12! Poor size 12 as if you can't find it anywhere. nope, nosiree
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Was so excited upon reading this as I love LB's clothing but after visiting the store's website it appears the highest size is still only a 28. The catalog goes higher but IMO the quality isn't quite the same. I'll stick to The Avenue and keep my fingers crossed for the future.
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Again must I post my response. For that, we are all punished to give different answers every time.

Until about 2002, I was under the impression that supersize meant a weight of 500+. At that point in time I was corrected and told that "most women" will start calling themselves SSBBWs around 300+.

However, I've seen 150-pound women calling themselves BBW, so it probably won't be long before all women of all sizes, shapes and tonnage will call themselves SSBBW and not know what it means.

Frankly, I think SSBBW should start around 300.

With our society's needless, senseless obsession with weight loss, I'm not surprised to see 150 lb women labeling themselves BBWs. I'm on BBW Datefinder and I see average size women on there. This does not make sense.
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i read somewhere online that at 240 i am considered a plumper. what the hell that means i have no idea but evidently there is something behind this whole labeling.
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The 'rule of thumb' I've always heard around here is that over 300 and the woman is an SSBBW, under and she's not. Not that it matters, really.
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