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Five!

I hope your new scooter is all girly and beautiful like you wanted it to be!
 

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hmm.. Ive never seen a scooterized fat chick in scotland..at least i dont think i have.
 

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View attachment Scooter pic.jpg

Fatty scooter girl.:D

I weigh over 300 pounds now.

I wanted to tell women who have disabilities, that we are just as beautiful, and just as sexy, as women who don't have disabilities.

This is my first scooter. I have had it coming up two years. I am just about to take delivery of a brand new scooter, a different more updated version, free of charge, paid for by the Australian government.

I am now too fat for my current scooter, lol.
 

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Looking great! I love the look of a SSSBBW on a scooter so all you gals live free enjoy your mobility and feel sexy as you are.
 

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This may not be very P.C. but I am incredibly turned on by the sight of SSBBWs riding scooters. It's not so much that I like seeing women lose mobility. There's nothing hotter than a SSBBW in motion. I prefer to see fat women free to go wherever they want. Scooters provide larger women the ability to fully enjoy life. There's something very sexy about a beautiful women not letting anything get in her way to go out and have a good time. The strength and vitality of a SSBBW is immeasurable. Ok, I'm getting a little too excited and rambling, lol. Anyway, SSBBW on scooters are sexy to me.

Does any other FA's have any feelings they want to share about the subject? Do any SSBBWs want to share pics of their lovely selves on scooters?


......i am too,i never told anyone this but i am.im sure the BBW and SSBBW wonder why im staring when there on there scooters.i think it's so hot....:blush:
 

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Hello,

my name is Markus, I´m from Germany, married with a SSBBLWSW (= SuperSizedBigBeautifullLovelyWonderfullSexyWoman:)). And I find this discussion very interesting. To be honest.... I somehow now feel a bit like an alien here... because here in Germany scooters are absolutely unknown. Period!

I`m 37 years old and never ever saw anyone using a scooter here. Neither on countyside nor in the cities. Scooters simply don`t exist here. And I can tell, that here in Germany no one should even dare to be seen on one. These poor person would openly ridiculed at, even harsh attacked. Because here people are very aggressive against fat people. Of course, most people wouldn`t say anything, just stare... but there are quite a few, that would openly attack the person on the scooter for beeing so fat.

In the last years the aggression against fat people has risen quite a lot here. Mainly, because our media bombard us all with the message, that fat people are expensive for all. And many Germans have the tendency, to make the worth of a person fix on an use/cost-ratio. This is sad, but true. Main reason for this is, that in Germany all people (exept the very rich) are forced to have a health insurance. And since this insurance is a model of solidarity (the healthy ones pay for the sick ones), there is a lot of heat here against fat people. I know many people, that openly argue, that fat people should be banned from health insurance and let be died, if they couldn`t afford medication. Because... why should they pay for the indiscipline of the fat people?

These people are simply brainwashed. Not using the own brain and doing, what media and gevernment says is the one great power of the average german :mad: (as always, there are a few exeptions). And so this is in Germany. We did never get something like a fat acceptance movement here. I wouldn`t even know of a german SSBBW, that would be willing to stand in this clima openly. Sad, but true. :(

To return to the topic: from my outside view of point, I can only say, that no one should hesitate to use a scooter, if this device would help you, to have more fun in your life. Because... it is my deepest belief, that having fun and enjoying our lives is the real reason, why we all are here. And only from this point of view I can imagine, that anytime in the future people would start to respect each other.

We all have to do anything neccessary, to have the maximum fun and joy in our lifes. I truly belive this. If this includes using a scooter, I`m for it. Because I want to life with happy people next door.

Germany mostly are not happy people. And so our lifes here are lived (for the most part - as with everything, there are a few exeptions of course) with not too much fun and joy. But maybe someday even this changes... I dream of it.

Love to all

Markus

PS: So... sorry, if I had nothing more specific to add to this discussion. But that is, because there are no experiences here with that objective.
 

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Hello,

my name is Markus, I´m from Germany, married with a SSBBLWSW (= SuperSizedBigBeautifullLovelyWonderfullSexyWoman:)). And I find this discussion very interesting. To be honest.... I somehow now feel a bit like an alien here... because here in Germany scooters are absolutely unknown. Period!

...geshnidt...

Germany mostly are not happy people. And so our lifes here are lived (for the most part - as with everything, there are a few exeptions of course) with not too much fun and joy. But maybe someday even this changes... I dream of it.

Love to all

Markus

PS: So... sorry, if I had nothing more specific to add to this discussion. But that is, because there are no experiences here with that objective.
I was born in Mannheim in 1955 and got to enjoy being with Oma und Opa in the 60's whenever
Dad was stationed in Germany. To me, Deutschland sure seems to have become a very socialistic
and harsh country since the 60's.
 

Shosh

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Hello,

my name is Markus, I´m from Germany, married with a SSBBLWSW (= SuperSizedBigBeautifullLovelyWonderfullSexyWoman:)). And I find this discussion very interesting. To be honest.... I somehow now feel a bit like an alien here... because here in Germany scooters are absolutely unknown. Period!

I`m 37 years old and never ever saw anyone using a scooter here. Neither on countyside nor in the cities. Scooters simply don`t exist here. And I can tell, that here in Germany no one should even dare to be seen on one. These poor person would openly ridiculed at, even harsh attacked. Because here people are very aggressive against fat people. Of course, most people wouldn`t say anything, just stare... but there are quite a few, that would openly attack the person on the scooter for beeing so fat.

In the last years the aggression against fat people has risen quite a lot here. Mainly, because our media bombard us all with the message, that fat people are expensive for all. And many Germans have the tendency, to make the worth of a person fix on an use/cost-ratio. This is sad, but true. Main reason for this is, that in Germany all people (exept the very rich) are forced to have a health insurance. And since this insurance is a model of solidarity (the healthy ones pay for the sick ones), there is a lot of heat here against fat people. I know many people, that openly argue, that fat people should be banned from health insurance and let be died, if they couldn`t afford medication. Because... why should they pay for the indiscipline of the fat people?

These people are simply brainwashed. Not using the own brain and doing, what media and gevernment says is the one great power of the average german :mad: (as always, there are a few exeptions). And so this is in Germany. We did never get something like a fat acceptance movement here. I wouldn`t even know of a german SSBBW, that would be willing to stand in this clima openly. Sad, but true. :(

To return to the topic: from my outside view of point, I can only say, that no one should hesitate to use a scooter, if this device would help you, to have more fun in your life. Because... it is my deepest belief, that having fun and enjoying our lives is the real reason, why we all are here. And only from this point of view I can imagine, that anytime in the future people would start to respect each other.

We all have to do anything neccessary, to have the maximum fun and joy in our lifes. I truly belive this. If this includes using a scooter, I`m for it. Because I want to life with happy people next door.

Germany mostly are not happy people. And so our lifes here are lived (for the most part - as with everything, there are a few exeptions of course) with not too much fun and joy. But maybe someday even this changes... I dream of it.

Love to all

Markus

PS: So... sorry, if I had nothing more specific to add to this discussion. But that is, because there are no experiences here with that objective.
What about people like myself with disabilities in Germany. They do not even use scooters?
 

Shosh

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People in my country town are absolutely fine with me using a scooter. They are actually very positive about it.

The only time someone said anything was an out of town person, who said under her breath that I would not need a scooter if I wasn't so fat.

I looked at her and said " I have Multiple Sclerosis"

She shut up after that.:rolleyes:
 

imfree

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People in my country town are absolutely fine with me using a scooter. They are actually very posisitve about it.

The only time someone said anything was an out of town person, who said under her breath that I would not need a scooter if I wasn't so fat.

I looked at her and said " I have Multiple Sclerosis"

She shut up after that.:rolleyes:
Judgmental people said that about my oxygen use, too. Funny how the self-righteous religious people around me can't figure out why I don't need oxygen, now, despite having regained most of those 120 lbs I lost last winter in two months!


I couldda' been HEALED!!!, ya' just never know.:happy:
 

Orsetti

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What about people like myself with disabilities in Germany. They do not even use scooters?
In fact, people in need use wheelchairs here. These wheelchairs are their own, sometimes paid by the health insurance, but not for people with too much weight. These people have to buy their own wheelchairs.

But what I understand from the discussion is, that in the USA these scooters are offered for use by i.e. Wal-Mart and other shops. Or hotels. I would guess, you can rent these?

This service is completely unknown in Germany. And I think, this may even be a reason, why in Germay it is extremly rare, that you can see a very fat person in public. Usually these seem to stay at home.

Best regards from Germany....

Markus

PS: Oh, and imfree... if you would ask people here, they would tell you, that the USA right now are on its way to become a socialist police-state. Worse, than we already have it here. This opinion is common sense here (I can not stress out enough, that this is the majority - a lot of people see this more differentiated - myself i.e.:)). But since this is not a politics forum, enough of that.
 

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In fact, people in need use wheelchairs here. These wheelchairs are their own, sometimes paid by the health insurance, but not for people with too much weight. These people have to buy their own wheelchairs.

But what I understand from the discussion is, that in the USA these scooters are offered for use by i.e. Wal-Mart and other shops. Or hotels. I would guess, you can rent these?

This service is completely unknown in Germany. And I think, this may even be a reason, why in Germay it is extremly rare, that you can see a very fat person in public. Usually these seem to stay at home.

Best regards from Germany....

Markus

PS: Oh, and imfree... if you would ask people here, they would tell you, that the USA right now are on its way to become a socialist police-state. Worse, than we already have it here. This opinion is common sense here (I can not stress out enough, that this is the majority - a lot of people see this more differentiated - myself i.e.:)). But since this is not a politics forum, enough of that.
In Australia stores and hotels do not offer scooters for use by customers.

The only scooters you see people using in stores etc are privately owned by people such as myself.

People who use scooters here are mostly people with disabilities.

My scooter and all my other disability aids were fully paid for by the Australian government, but I own them all.

I am just about to get my second scooter, as I need an upgrade.

I am realizing that I live in the best country in the world, that really takes care of it's citizens.
 

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Hotels in the US don't have scooters, either. Some stores do - but not all. I can only think of two stores here (target and walmart) where I live that have them. However, there are places where you can rent wheelchairs - and some of them also offer scooter rental. The people you see in hotels using them likely either own them themselves, or have rented them from a medical supplier.
 

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In my area they're in all the large stores for free use while shopping.
 

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