I Am Indeed, A Bbw...

For years, I always felt like my weight was an issue. I am currently 23 years old and 220 lbs. Since the age of 16 I've always been attached to whatever guy would have me, because while I loved my body, I was also ashamed of it and felt like I was being stared at all the time and ridiculed.

I tried diet after diet and when they failed, I lost a lot of my self esteem. then, one day about 6 months ago, my ****-addicted boyfriend who wouldn't even throw a look my way was on a free cam site, so I decided to get his attention and jump on cam on the site he was browsing. I have to tell you, there are a lot of men out there who actually LOVE BBW's and i managed to find them in one short cam broadcast. hundreds of emails and one half hour later, I got an offer that turned my lfie around and I then got into erotic modelling. There is nothing more sensual, I've found, than a big girl who loves herself  and isn't afraid to show it.

I'll attach a picture from my website, but I just wanted to let you guys know that yes, I Am a BBW, and it is great!

So be proud of yourself and your body and good things will happen

Anorei Anorei
22-25, F
8 Responses Mar 1, 2010

Anorei you should be very proud of your natural gifts, good health, spirit, and demeanor.<br />
When I was in my early 20s, I started to give BBW second looks but thought something was wrong with me ba<x>sed on how the media portrays image and "beauty." Now in my early 30s, I am borderline obsessed with BBWs and have no problem expressing my desires for soft, curvy, beautiful women. You are truly blessed with some magnificent gifts -- don't let anyone tell you otherwise!

I think even if you were not a BBW you would always be cute in my book!! you seem very attractive and of course very smart! stay pretty you rock!!!

You look fabulous - a real woman and obviously proud of it, as you should be. Most men appreciate proper curves on a lady, unlike what the fashion mags would have everyone believe.

Well done hun, your pics are great, I bet you have a huge great fan club !!

PS. I''m 31. and have no pain. and I won't. Everyone's body is different Crack. And it is Possible to be Big and Happy (notice.. no quotes.) <br />
If that's what works for you and your people, keep working it out. But respect the fact that everyone's make up is unique....

Right on Anorei. People always get on those of us who have been through so much and have learned to love ourselves. The unhealthy card is the first one they want to throw out. I have been blessed to be a healthy BBW. I have no Major health problems so far, and I couldn't be happier. But when they throw that Card out... they seem to forget that there is an ENTIRE Deck. lol... <br />
Stress is the always on the top of the list when it comes to "what's unhealthy for our bodies". <br />
They forget that...... .<br />
.... Body builders are also considered over weight.... (300 lbs is 300 lbs....)<br />
-----Smoking, drinking, some sexual fetishes, and extreme sports... all Hard on your organs... .<br />
.... Drugs.... hard on the organs... .<br />
.... Corsets.... Hard on the organs... lol..<br />
.... Extreme dieting rather than Maintaining a weight that your body is used to... Unhealthy.... .<br />
.... and The list goes on... <br />
So "Waahhh" to those who can only focus on the weight.... I always tell them.... "I can loose what you weigh instantly.... "

Perhaps, cracklewalk, you should consider that you are on a BBW board, first and foremost. Secondly, it's not up to you to educate anyone on the health risks of being overweight. We already know them. This board, from what I've read and gathered, is more about the emotional well being of those women who ARE bigger and need to feel good about themselves. Your statement in no way furthers the sentiment of loving yourself or that it is ok to be who you are no matter what your size or shape.

I am glad to read that you are "happy". However being overweight or obese is very hard on your organs. You are at an increased risk for diabetes, heart problems/failure, stroke. Do your knees or hips hurt now? They will very soon.<br />
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My wife weighed 268 lbs and her doctor told her she was borderline diabetic. She was 36 and had become unhappy with her shape. She began walking 3 miles a day, joined a fitness club and lost 88 lbs over the course of 2 years. She weighs 186 today. She's still overweight but she feels a lot better. <br />
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Following her lead I dropped 20 lbs just by walking and limiting how much I ate. Something to think about.<br />
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C.