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    Self-loathing because of your (*air quotes*) fetish?

    Sigh, this very much speaks to me. I don't like to identify as an FFA (I don't like the extra F implying that the default designation for Fat Admirers is male), but I am a woman who's into fat guys. And I have a fat fetish. Fat turns me on. And I don't objectify my boyfriend (without consent)...
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    BHM/FFAs Introduce yourself here

    Aw thanks!
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    BHM/FFAs Introduce yourself here

    I've been lurking here since before I was allowed to be lurking here. I thought it was finally time to delurk and introduce myself. I'm an smart, kinda chubby, open-minded, almost 19-year-old college student in the USA (DMV area) who's finally been able to admit to herself and the world that she...
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    The show your face/introduction thread

    Name: Regina Age: 18 Sex and Gender: Female Location: USA:DMV; close to where Obama lives. Profession: Student Music: Whatever's popular, Classical, Broadway, Folk Music, Whatever sounds good... Likes: History, Philosophy, Cooking, Food, Sex, Piercings, Kink, Feminism, Social Justice...
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    FAs, how do you feel about fat on a person of the gender you are NOT attracted to?

    I would have to agree with that. With fat on women you hear the term Goddess Sized or fertility goddess like, but then what would a male be? Does it work both ways?
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    People defiantly were aware of size before 'modern era'. Being fat was considered a good thing. Lillian Russel was considered a beauty and while she wasn't that big she was still around 200 lbs. But, that was around the late 19th century... I think I read Sherrlyn Kenyon's book too...I was...
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    Hello, I'm new to the board, but I've rediscovered my account sooo.... I was wondering, am I the only one who can't find any books with BBWs or really anyone that's even even a little fat? There are really not many of them out there especially in romance books. One would think that in a...