Saturday night my friend and I were walking home from a bar when we heard a man yelling at us from a taxi as he was getting out of it with some friends, one male, one female. I looked back again and noticed at this point he'd caught up to my friend and was trying to entice her to let him embrace her from a closer proximity. She declined, he crossed the street, still mumbling about his affinity for big women and how all he wanted was a hug. I verbalized that he should take his simple ass home. I rolled my eyes, thinking about the man who came up to us at a networking event during a travel conference in Durban and broke the ice with, "Let me tell you about big women. I was floored at this man's lack of self-awareness and overall irritated that he chose our bodies as the opening line of conversation.
Husband's tribute to his 'curvy' wife sparks backlash
Subcutaneous injection: Definition and what to expect
Since I have been writing the weekly Gun Thread, I have intentionally tried to keep it apolitical. Honestly, I think we get enough coverage of the rage-inducing antics of the left during the week and it's nice to take a break from that on the weekends and discuss something we all seem to enjoy to one degree or another. Plus, I'm pretty sure we all share essentially the same position on the subject of firearms, so there isn't much point in discussing how much we all agree with each other on the same thing. So please forgive me for dipping a toe in the political waters and following up on the topic from last week of how our rights and freedoms are under constant assault and how they must be protected. The political balance in my home state of Virginia has tipped to the point where the densely populated and liberal areas of Northern and Southeastern Virginia have matched the number of conservatives in the rest of the Commonwealth. Today, Republicans maintain razor-thin majorities in the state House and Senate of and , respectively.
These 15 Images of Real Women's Thighs Prove That Cellulite Is Beautiful
A person is most likely to find cellulite near their thighs or butt or around their breasts and arms. It is, at the most basic level, fat that sits under the skin and pushes on connective tissue, making the skin dimple. While it's not totally clear what causes it, weight gain and pregnancy may make it more pronounced , even though people of all weights have it. Dimpled skin is a natural feature, and yet all too often we shame people — particularly women — for having it. While there are ways to try and minimize the appearance of cellulite, there's another option: celebration, or at least acceptance, of cellulite.
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