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    BBW "Pink" – – – (An SSBBW Reality)

    "Pink" – – – (An SSBBW Reality) ____________________________ If I told you that I was Invisible . . . Would you Believe me? Or, would you rely upon the fact That you can see me? But – what is it that you see Can you see the airé that I breathe Or... can you see me breathing OK then; so you know...
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    “Weight Classes”

    Thank You, to Everyone for your replies. They are very much appreciated. It's nice to have a place to converse with people who are in the Plus Size community.
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    “Weight Classes”

    Interesting post. Do y'all have Stores that you can walk into, nowadays, to buy clothing your size? And/or are you able to order a lot of your clothing online, from EU stores? I note, that here in the US there is increasingly more variety in clothing. Though, still somewhat pricey. A store...
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    “Weight Classes”

    DISCLAIMER: This is my first time on this site. So, I figured that I had to go by what terms currently exist. And, as all I've seen thus far is weight classifications, I went with that. That said, TBH, I actually believe that dress sizes are a better determination of BBW-ness. I obviously...
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    “Weight Classes”

    I Disagree. -- The terms themselves are accepted in the Plus Size Community. It's the specific definitions that vary. Correct? And BBBW, has long been defined as "Big Beautiful Black Woman." BBBW | What Does BBBW Mean? My understanding is that, this definition goes back to the 80's, in the...
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    “Weight Classes”

    I've gone back and reviewed, and you're absolutely right. BBW Magazine did not designate an actual weight to "BBW" in 1979. My understanding though, is that 250 lbs was a milestone, at one point. And I do note that currently (2021), "BBW Wiki" defines BBW as being between 200 - 350 lbs...
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    “Weight Classes”

    A bit of research. Most of it is common knowledge, at this point.
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    “Weight Classes”

    1. The terms "BBW" and "Big Beautiful Women", were coined by Carole Shaw in 1979, when she launched “BBW Magazine”, a fashion and lifestyle magazine for "plus-sized" women of 250 lbs or more. 2. The term "SSBBW" (Super Size), was coined in 1991; and was originally designated at 400 lbs. It has...
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