1st mainstream centerfold fatty ?

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  1. Jan 23, 2019 #1

    bubba350

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    Okay as one of the older members when we still had print magazines. Some time in the late eighties one of the big three had the courage to show case a real BBW. Might have been penthouse or hustler. Anyone remember who she was. I remember getting multiple centerfolds from co workers,my preference for BBWS was well known.
     
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    Not sure who you are referring to. I do definaty remember an issue of Playboy from probably the early 80s that had photo set of bigger women. They were 10 times hotter than the usual size women the magazine usually featured.
     
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    She was a blonde about 250- 300 lbs.
    Typical well shot centerfold spread.
    It was really something back then, how a beautiful a BBW could be a centerfold in a major publication. How far we have come to see BBWs as Tess Holiday as models,and all the lovely women here at dimensions.
     
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    My late father had a copy of Oui magazine from (late 70s? early 80's?) and it had someone called "Helen Melon" in it who claimed to weigh about 325. Later I found out that she was Ned's wife and, um, well there's no delicate way to put this but a certain artist we know was in the photoshoot as well. My dad threw out the magazine later on.
     

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