Models who lie about their weight

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  1. Apr 20, 2019 #1

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    Has their ever been a thread that talks about models who purposefully lie about their true weights in order to get sales? Two come to mind right away but I was wondering if anyone else has noticed this as well.
     
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    i think that is possible to be happening i mean, i am guessing that the first five pounds that they gain are fun and easy to come and with time it becomes a bit less of the above and they feel -in some cases correctly- that the clients are there only for the gain and there recur to that kind of marketing, not sure what to think about it, but there is no better road than honesty in my opinion. if you are enjoying the gain let the world know if not, do the same and live in peace
     
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    Lying to get sales? No, that has never happened, ever!
     
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    I think honesty is the best policy as well. I mean if you join a site thinking a model is 500 pounds but in actuality she's closer to 250, I think that's wrong. Like today for instance I came across Tiffany Cusionberry's Youtube channel where she was talking about her nearly 200 pound weight loss yet her studio would lead you to believe she's still at her heaviest.
     
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    There is also the opposite the telling of incorrect weight say less than more . Not a model channel but a gal named Amberlynn Reid is causing a stir about her weight with her followers. She mention a weight she is.But many others say she is much more bigger and like more than the My 600 lbs gals from the tv show. I do not know. Youtube suggests vids for me to look at.
     
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    Some people (most especially women and youg girls, I've noticed) feels uneased about mentioning overtly their weight because of their insecurities, low self-esteem, by being self-deluded by body dysmorphia behavior, anxiety angsts or a combination of both and so on.
     
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    Why would you care about their "true weight" in the first place? You aren't looking at models with the thought of actual marriage. You aren't going to be taking care of them. You are there strictly for fantasy purposes and as such, you can fantasize them as whatever weight you choose. Most models don't use their real names; should we be concerned that they're lying to us about who they really are?
     
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    What he said... they are selling you a fantasy, just enjoy it. You're not confused when Chris Evans isn't Captain American in a non-mavel move right? Enjoy the moment.
     
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    Does it really make a difference?
    Most guys are just into the fantasy I think. I could be wrong too
     
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    For me weight doesn't matter...I like big women..
     
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    If someone doesn't want to give their weight, that is fine. But when people lie about it, then all trust is gone, not only with that person, but with all posts. I think we know that FA's like numbers.
     
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    If a model posts a size that is bigger than she actually is she is playing into the fa's fantasy.

    Her reader is not in the room with a scale or a tape measure. And what does it really matter? She is there for a fantasy. She is not there to court you into marrying her. She just treads a slippery slope when she increases her numbers without increasing her actual size. If you look at a picture and think that she is 300lbs and she posts that she is 350. Wouldn't that excite you more?

    If you think that no one ever lies to get a sale then I have a timeshare, a used car and waterfront property in Arizona to sell you.

    In the end enjoy the fantasy and take the numbers at face value. And be happy that she does give you numbers because not all models do.
     
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    ok, it is a complex matter i concede but... well, i guess it depends on from where are you looking at it. for example. if someone is purely into seeing someone eating then ok, you can make a video probably edit some things out and see her finishing that pizza, harmless, if well done, perfect product, the fantasy machine is working. if you are into just seeing someone fat, there is not sugar coating it i mean, what you see is what you get there is no way to edit fatness in the long term, you can wear tight clothes yes and you can say you are fat but people have eyes so there is only one thing left that can be edited which is the weight itself and for me is... as i see no point in lying i would like to get just the true number, if it goes up great, if not, so be it. keep in mind the height of the model but i do not think there is reason to lie because with time comes the truth. it is not just an act if you are planning on having years-long relationships with the world. it is not i come here i add 5 magical pounds to my weight and i go on, if you like it, embrace it and tell the truth, in life, not just in bbw modeling
     
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    So if you guys want the truth how about if a woman posts that she is 400lbs. Then next week she posts 395. Then 390. Then 385. It would be the truth. At what point would you loose interest?
     
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    Good question
     
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    Just to be clear on my statement.
    If a person that is modeling for a erotic pay site I don't really care if lies are put out about their weight and size. It is just a fantasy.

    Now if someone posts a lie on a social media site like dims on a thread like "what is your weight?" Then I may get a little upset. Mostly because they are just lying to themselves with nothing to gain. Pun not intended.:):p
     
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